Victor in his rookie season in the USF2000 finished 5th in the championship for Afterburner Autosport. Get to know Victor and read how he answered Open Wheels Feature: 5 Questions 1. Who is your toughest competitor on the track? The driver I had more fights on the track was Aaron Telitz. Both of us were … Continue reading Feature: 5 Questions with Victor Franzoni
Well the Indycar season has come and gone now… so strange to say that in Sept. The only word I can think of that fits the season ending race is FINALLY! Finally TK won again, and with the joy that was so missed in victory lane. Finally Will power got his championship, and the relief … Continue reading Finally… and now…
2014 marked the start of my ninth year as an IndyCar fan. After spending the entirety of my teenage-hood wishing and dreaming of being at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway for the month of May and attending multiple races per season, I lived the dream. My experience as a fan this season had too many … Continue reading What Was Your Shining Moment?
Today NASCAR Sprint Cup Series driver, Tony Stewart held a press holding at the Atlanta Motor Speedway. This is the first time he has said something publicly since the tragic accident taking the life of Kevin Ward, Jr on August 9th. THE MODERATOR: Good morning. I’m director of communication for Stewart-Haas Racing. Up here … Continue reading Press Release: The Tony Stewart Transcript
Hi Everyone, There are so many words that can describe the last Pro Mazda Championship Presented by Cooper Tires weekend. Intense, dramatic, chaotic, unbelievable, amazing, etc. It really was a weekend no one could have predicted. In the end we came out on top. I won the 2014 Pro Mazda Driver’s Championship and we won … Continue reading Spencer Pigot: We Did It-Pro Mazda Champions!
Topic 1: IndyCar has a great crop of young talent coming up the ranks, thanks to the Mazda Road to Indy. Although Sage Karam has signed as a development driver for TCGRT, he only raced in the Indy 500 this year. Gabby Chaves and Zach Veach are two more drivers in Lights that could make … Continue reading Feature: August Fab 5
Marussia F1 team has just announced that their recently appointed reserve driver, Alexander Rossi, will replace Max Chilton at this weekend’s Belgian Grand Prix, becoming the first US driver to start an F1 race since Scott Speed in 2007. Skip Barber graduate Rossi recently left the backmarker Caterham team to join Marussia, who gained two … Continue reading Breaking News – Rossi to race F1 Belgian Grand Prix
Hi Everyone, We’re heading into the final two rounds of the Pro Mazda Championship this weekend in Sonoma, CA. So far it’s been a great season. We have had our share of disappointing races but we’ve had more ups than downs and I’m leading the championship by 18 points. I’ve been traveling a lot, racing … Continue reading Spencer Pigot: Nearing the End
This is part 2 of our open-wheels F1 half time review. Last time we looked at how the teams had been doing in the first half of the 2014 season, this time we’re looking at the drivers – who’s on top, who’s upside down, and who’s in the wall. The championship looks like this: 01 … Continue reading Dunbar: The Drivers – F1 Half Time Review Part 2
This past weekend brought to light the ugly side of racing again. So I feel its something that needs to be talked about. Over the weekend Tony Stewart, of Nascar fame, hit a competitor in a sprint car race is up-state New York. The resulted in a death that has been thrown across front pages … Continue reading Safety in Motorsports