11 days more waiting for the Formula E season to begin…

***Note: Please continue to read the titles in the “On the first day of Christmas” style 11 days to wait, 11 teams for the season. And now, 22 drivers. Introducing the teams and names to look out for in the 2018/2019 Formula E season. Audi Sport Abt Schaeffler Formula E Team Drivers: (#11) Lucas di … Continue reading 11 days more waiting for the Formula E season to begin…

The 12 Days of Formula E

T’was 12 days before the season, and all through the lands, Were enthusiastic and eager fans, They marked off their calendars, and patiently stared, For hopes their favorite racing season had neared, The Gen 2 cars were prepped and primed, Teams and drivers had already been timed, New gear galore, with team shirts and hats, … Continue reading The 12 Days of Formula E

Short Revs, April 20, 2018

A busy two days in motorsports last weekend with F1, Formula E, IndyCar and IMSA series all hitting the track. Included this week is short racing recaps so you’re prepared going into this quiet weekend. (Image: Rossi leading the field in Long Beach. Credit to Chris Owens, IndyCar media site) INDYCAR Rossi wins Long Beach … Continue reading Short Revs, April 20, 2018

Newgarden stunning pass to win Phoenix Saturday

Photo: Penske's Josef Newgarden standing on the start/finish line at ISM Raceway in Phoenix after his short-oval victory Saturday night. (Image by Chris Owens, via IndyCar Media) Another unpredictable night of racing for IndyCar at the Desert Diamond Phoenix Grand Prix this weekend at ISM Raceway. Saturday night was a highly-anticipated race and started with … Continue reading Newgarden stunning pass to win Phoenix Saturday

Newgarden dominating season and championship with win at Gateway

The last oval of the season is always a bittersweet one, and luckily at least this time, put on a decent show as well. If you managed to stay up until the past-midnight finish, you were in for treat. At least for most of it. Penske's "rookie" and the Champion leader, Josef Newgarden took the … Continue reading Newgarden dominating season and championship with win at Gateway

Dixon breaks runner-up streak with win at Road America

Ganassi's Scott Dixon, who has been a runner-up on nearly every podium this season finally nabbed his first win of the season this weekend at the Kohler Grand Prix at Road America. His patience not only solidified his lead in the IndyCar Championship standings, but also shows his cool "Ice Man" collective, while demonstrating his … Continue reading Dixon breaks runner-up streak with win at Road America

Indy 500 Champion Sato takes pole for Race 2 in Detroit

Indy 500 Champion Takuma Sato takes the pole for the second race of the Detroit today. The Andretti driver's pole winning lap time of 1:13.6732 made for his sixth career pole, and second all-time pole in Detroit, while also breaking the track lap time record. Sato has been running strong the entire weekend having qualified … Continue reading Indy 500 Champion Sato takes pole for Race 2 in Detroit

Rahal dominates the first race in Detroit

Rahal Letterman Lanigan’s Graham Rahal can breathe a small breath of relief after his victory this afternoon at the first of two races on Detroit’s Belle Isle. Rahal has been quite vocal about his poor outcomes this season: 17th (St. Petersburg), 10th  (Long Beach), 13th (Alabama), 21st (Phoenix), 6th (Indy GP) and 12th (500). He always would go back to the … Continue reading Rahal dominates the first race in Detroit

The Dual is about to begin, on the isle and the track

The Dual in Detroit is off to an interesting start with Rahal Letterman Lanigan's Graham Rahal earning the P1 award for the first race of the weekend after Team Penske's Helio Castroneves fastest time was dismissed with a penalty. The 3-time Indy winner Castroneves was said to have had his fastest, record-breaking lap on the … Continue reading The Dual is about to begin, on the isle and the track

A quieter start to the “Greatest Month in Racing”

The month of May finally arrived and so it brought with it the first weekend of racing festivities in Indianapolis: the Indy Grand Prix. And compared to the previous races of the season, it was a rather tame one. (Above: Annnnnd they're off! The starting grid making their way to the green flag.) The main takeaway is … Continue reading A quieter start to the “Greatest Month in Racing”

Newgarden earns first win with Team Penske at Barber!

Roger Penske has to be quite proud of the newest addition to his team this year. Josef Newgarden definitely earned his keep with the team today with his first win in only his third race with Team Penske at the Honda Indy Grand Prix of Alabama at the Barber Motorsports Park. Not only that, but … Continue reading Newgarden earns first win with Team Penske at Barber!

Power Pole for Barber

Will Power gains his 46th-ever pole position at Barber Motorsports Park on Saturday--making it also his 4th time with the pole at Barber. So, it's relatively easy to notice and say "we've done this before." Other things not so surprising about IndyCar qualifying at Barber Saturday afternoon: - All four Penske drivers are in the … Continue reading Power Pole for Barber

The Chinese Grand Prix: A New Battle Begins

Alas! Our days of enduring a Mercedes-on-Mercedes Drivers' F1 Championship is over! (Or so we hope.) It's a new era, with Sebastian Vettel's Ferrari win at the Australian Grand Prix, followed by Lewis Hamilton again showing how incredibly talented of a driver he is by nabbing the win in China this past weekend. And this wasn't … Continue reading The Chinese Grand Prix: A New Battle Begins

A Tricky Race at the Triangle

Lo and behold, the summer break is over and everyone is back to school on the track. Although, patience was of the essence as a rain delay meant we had to wait one extra day for the season to actually come back in session. It was one heck of a race to come back to. The … Continue reading A Tricky Race at the Triangle