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?
Garth Rickards drives for Team Pelfrey in the F1600 Series. He is currently the championship points leader with a 3 point lead over his teammate Ayla Agren. Garth will be making his debut in the USF2000 Series this weekend at Toronto with JDC MotorSports. You can follow Garth on twitter: @GRickards230 CoForce International: @CoForceIntl Continue reading Garth Rickards Video Diary: Training For Toronto
Saturday may have been the luckiest day of the year for IndyCar fans, at least in terms of weather. The forecast looked hopeless during parts of the day, and fans who were trackside swore it would be a washout. However, quite the opposite turned out to be true: despite a brief shower causing a 20 … Continue reading Iowa Corn Indy 300: A nail-biter from start to finish
Nazareth Speedway above^ Is Tony George at home laughing his ass off? We are in jeopardy of losing oval’s in our new age of IndyCar. I know I am not the only one who see’s the writing on the wall! How many of you can see, and are hearing what is coming down the pike … Continue reading By 2016 will IndyCar no longer be Ovalating?
Congratulations to Gabby Chaves on winning the Indy Lights race at Pocono! Open Wheels is very proud of you and your accomplishment. You have a bright future ahead of you Gabby. Here are Gabby’s thoughts on the win: Continue reading Gabby Chaves Video Diary: Pocono
Here is the first installment of videos from the CoForce International Gang of Ayla Agren, Garth Rickards, Henrik Furuseth and Adrian Starrantino. This video features Ayla at Mid-Ohio in the F1600 Series where she won her first race this weekend. Take a look at her pre-race ritual: You can follow all of them on twitter: … Continue reading Ayla Agren Video Diary: Pre Race Rituals
The Indianapolis 500 is rightfully titled “The Greatest Spectacle in Racing,” but the Pocono 500 is undoubtedly a spectacle of its own. Last year, Pocono Raceway was my first trip to an oval other than the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Seeing the cars shoot across the backstretches between turns 2 and 3, from corner to corner, … Continue reading Pocono 500
Hi Everyone, After about a month off, the Pro Mazda Championship was back in action in Houston, TX at a street course built in the parking lot of Reliant Stadium. We were coming off a difficult month of May, we had great pace at the Indianapolis Grand Prix and the Night Before the 500 at … Continue reading Spencer Pigot: Houston Grand Prix