Well Hello again all! Hope you can all forgive my hiatus, I never intended to take one, but life hit my like a ton of bricks and I had to. But I am back to spread my thoughts on this crazy (in a good way) season! I mean seriously this is the best racing in … Continue reading Post Hiatus… yes I still watch racing!
Mid-Ohio offers a low-key, low-stress vibe, yet not lacking in excitement. With an abundance of land space and a wide variety of exciting spots to watch racing action, crowds are never overwhelming. Everywhere I turned, I saw families with young kids, all smiling and enjoying the weekend. And, with five different series with multiple events, … Continue reading Mid-Ohio Through a First-Timer’s Eyes
Are you sitting on the fence about attending the races at Mid-Ohio this weekend? Maybe you are one of those people that have said Mid-Ohio is boring, it’s a course designed for motorcycle’s and it’s too tight for race cars, blah, blah, blah… I attended Mid-Ohio for the first time last year and had an … Continue reading Reasons To Attend Mid-Ohio
Ayla Agren drives for Team Pelfrey in the F1600 Series. She is currently in second place in the championship, only three points out of first. She will have two races in Pittsburgh this weekend. She gives you a glimpse of her life in St. Petersburg, Florida and then how she is prepping for the Pittsburgh … Continue reading Ayla Agren Video Diary: Pittsburgh Prep
Topic 1:There’s been a lot of talk about ovals in IndyCar and that the current formula is not working. Fans are not showing up and with the downforce changes to get away from pack racing, some of the oval races have turned into snoozefests. Does IndyCar really want to race on ovals and adjust the … Continue reading Feature: July Fab 5
Henrik Furuseth and Adrian Starrantino drive in the USF2000 Series for Jay Motorsports. Here’s a look at what they do to prepare for each race. Continue reading Henrik and Adrian Video Diary: Physical Training
Gabby shares his thoughts with us from the Toronto Indy Lights race: Continue reading Gabby Chaves: Toronto Video Diary
Toronto was just one of those weekends where nothing really came together. Practice one came out promising, but once the big cars laid rubber down on the track it threw us a pretty big curve ball. In qualifying we were struggling to understand what our car needed to get around the concrete sections, putting us … Continue reading Austin Cindric: Toronto Recap
This how I see it. I am not going to get into whether or not IndyCar made the correct decision today. I am also not going to point out that it was advantageous for some driver’s to start a Coup d’état against racing today in Toronto. Although I would like point some things out! Basically on Sunday we … Continue reading How can a rooster tail, make the IndyCar Series look like a goat?
Marathoners are not hard to come by. They put weeks of training into a 4+ hour non-stop effort. They sign up because they simply love to run, and the discomfort from the high physical demands is a small price to pay for the sense of satisfaction from the accomplishment achieved. But how would you expect … Continue reading The Doubleheader: Is it worth the hassle?