IndyCar prepares for Sunday sendoff with Sonoma, Verizon

For Sunday’s IndyCar championship finale, all eyes will be locked on the likes of Scott Dixon and Alexander Rossi as a season-long battle reaches its climactic crescendo.  The focus will be pointed to on-track racing action, as it should be. But when the dust settles this afternoon, the IndyCar Series will see Sonoma Raceway and … Continue reading IndyCar prepares for Sunday sendoff with Sonoma, Verizon

INDYCAR announces NBC as exclusive television partner in new deal

With the present Verizon IndyCar Series television deal set to expire at the end of this 2018 season, Hulman and Company CEO Mark Miles pleased many fans when he announced that IndyCar Series racing will be broadcasted solely on the NBC family of networks beginning with the 2019 campaign.  The new three-year deal was announced … Continue reading INDYCAR announces NBC as exclusive television partner in new deal

IndyCar Confirms Television Broadcast Schedule, Introduces New Camera Angles

On January 3, IndyCar announced its television broadcast schedule for the 2018 season.  Broadcast partners ESPN on ABC and NBC Universal will return in March to provide season-long coverage of the Verizon IndyCar Series, with a line-up that mirrors the 2017 television schedule. Beginning with the Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg, ABC will provide … Continue reading IndyCar Confirms Television Broadcast Schedule, Introduces New Camera Angles

Possible Insight to 2018 Television Coverage Provided by IndyCar App

Per the official IndyCar Series app produced by Verizon, it appears that there have been a few additions to the 2018 schedule giving fans a first look at the television line-up for next season. On the official IndyCar app, nine races have already been listed with television partners alongside.  Each of these races return to … Continue reading Possible Insight to 2018 Television Coverage Provided by IndyCar App