Never say never is the word of the day when it comes to driver’s who have left the hallowed grounds of the Indianapolis Speedway, to search for better pavement elsewhere. Andretti Autosport will sponsor the sixth car to race in the 2014 indy 500. While Go-daddy again becomes AA’s main sponsor for the #7 … Continue reading DANICA PATRICK, AN OFFER SHE CAN’T REFUSE! GO-DADDY TO PAY DANICA 100 MILLION IF SHE CAN FINISH THE INDY 500 & 600 IN 10TH PLACE OR BETTER. ANDRETTI AUTOSPORT WILL SPONSOR THE #7 GO-DADDY CAR ALONG WITH KURT BUSCH!
Were back finally! And I would like to say welcome back from the Abyss to what we lovingly call the new and improved Verizon IndyCar Series, and thanks for being so patient IndyCar fan’s. I don’t know which was worse, wondering if we would get a title sponsor to replace that lethargic IZOD of the … Continue reading St. Pete, or St. Pitiful? For Pete’s Sake IndyCar!
Topic 1:Verizon and IndyCar are now partners! What is your honest assessment? TonyD: I like it. Indy Car needed a title sponsor badly and I think the opportunities and interactions verizon brings are endless. Millions have Verizon phones and can access Indy Car at anytime. Lauren: This is excellent news. The series needs a title sponsor. … Continue reading Feature: March Fab 5
Yes I know, Danica is no longer with us. But what Danica, and IndyCar has done to women in racing in my opinion can’t go overlooked. I don’t think you will hear Elton John singing a new version of “Philadelphia Freedom” about Danica anytime soon. Or for that matter women going out and burning their … Continue reading IndyCar and Sexism: The day Danica Patrick slammed the door on women!
INDYCAR Officials Discussing Possible Return to Brazil in 2015 3/21/2014 INDIANAPOLIS (Friday, March 21, 2014) – INDYCAR confirmed today it is exploring a return to Brazil and is currently in discussions with event organizers in the capital city of Brasília regarding a Verizon IndyCar Series race in 2015. “Brazil has a real history in Indy … Continue reading PR: IndyCar looking for a return to Brazil in 2015
Fortunately CGR liked enough in what they saw in me at Daytona to invite me back to drive the 02 in Sebring. My teammates were Scott Dixon and Tony Kanaan. These men have accomplished everything in racing that I have ever dreamt of. Tony has been sort of a race weekend mentor for me the … Continue reading Sage Karam: Wrestling, Daytona and Sebring Part 2
Wrestling was something I went into this year with the thought that it would keep me in good shape for racing. However as the season progressed, I was winning big matches against quality and state ranked opponents. Before I departed to compete in the Daytona 24 Hour event, I won the championship of one of … Continue reading Sage Karam: Wrestling, Daytona and Sebring Part 1
In case you were under a rock yesterday, Verizon signed a 10 year $100 million deal to be the title sponsor of IndyCar. Mark Miles, the CEO of Hulman and Company, had many positive things to say about the deal like this, “You know, I’ve come to already not think of them (Verizon) so much … Continue reading Bolton: Verizon is a Game Changer
The following piece will be split into two sections, writing the introduction and the Protoype classes section will be Kent Mueller and the second part and GT portion will be our sports car ace expert Ross Fujibayashi. Without further ado we bring you the 12 Hours of Sebring preview. When the TUDOR United Sports Car Championship was … Continue reading TUDOR United Sports Car Championship: 12 Hours of Sebring Preview
In just a few hours time the 2014 Formula 1 season will kick off with qualifying for the Melbourne Grand Prix in Australia. It’s going to be an exiting year with big changes to shake things up. The previous 2.4 Litre v8 normally aspirated engines have been replaced for 2014 by 1.6 Litre v6 turbos … Continue reading Dunbar: F1 back in Oz 2014