Newgarden looks to sweep weekend with pole for second Detroit race

(Image: Joe Skibinski for IndyCar Media) DETROIT - The fun continues as surprises continue to pop up and hinder race activities here on Belle Isle. But that didn't stop yesterday's Chevrolet Detroit Grand Prix winner, Team Penske's Josef Newgarden from nabbing P1 for this afternoon's race with a 1:14.8607, just a hair faster than Andretti … Continue reading Newgarden looks to sweep weekend with pole for second Detroit race

Rossi dominating Detroit GP weekend with pole for first race

Andretti Autosport's Alexander Rossi continues his impressive lead from yesterday's practices to take the pole for the first of the "Dual in Detroit" races here at the Chevrolet Detroit Grand Prix. Rossi appears to still have the hunger leftover from Indy in his last competitive laps with Team Penske's Indy 500 Champion Simon Pagenaud and … Continue reading Rossi dominating Detroit GP weekend with pole for first race

Free Prix IndyCar Practice Results

(Image: Marcus Ericsson, for Schmidt-Peterson Motorsports takes off during this afternoon's Pit-Stop practice) The NTT IndyCar series completes their first two practices sessions of the weekend, preparing for tomorrow's qualifying and the 70-lap race. Andretti Autosport's Alexander Rossi, still running hungry from his battle with the current Indy 500 Champion Simon Pagenaud, remains at the … Continue reading Free Prix IndyCar Practice Results

Pagenaud is the 103rd Indianapolis 500 Champion

Penske wins again with Simon Pagenaud for the 103rd running of the Indianapolis 500.

Go big or go home: It’s time for The Greatest Spectacle in Racing

INDIANAPOLIS - The thin line of bricks that lay neatly surrounded by the long blacktop hold more history than one may be able to imagine. Names like A.J. Foyt, Jimmy Clark, Johnny Rutherford and this year's celebrated Mario Andretti (who won this very race 50 years ago),  have each crossed this line after tackling the … Continue reading Go big or go home: It’s time for The Greatest Spectacle in Racing

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, March 2, 2018

March means racing season is finally here. The next four weeks will be quite active trackside as Formula E returns for the Mexico City E-Prix this weekend. Next weekend is IndyCar in St. Pete. IMSA returns the following weekend for the second race of the season at Sebring and Formula 1 finishes the month with … Continue reading Short Revs, March 2, 2018

Short Revs, January 12, 2018

Featured image from F1 site. Oh the colors! F1 F1 New Rules and Regulations…F1 released the new technical rules and sporting regulations for the 2018 season. And oh does it get interesting… Sporting regulations for the 2018 season include: - Only three engines are allotted for each team to use this season, down from four for the … Continue reading Short Revs, January 12, 2018

Christmas karts for the kids! (and small adults like myself!)

  Okay racing fans and enthusiasts. I was keeping this post in my back pocket for the holiday season, seeing there are many of us looking for a fun gift to give this season, especially for our kids that we are secretly turning into racing nuts... You know you're one of them. A few months … Continue reading Christmas karts for the kids! (and small adults like myself!)

Honda Indy 200 at Mid-Ohio

Qualifying for the Mid Ohio race this weekend set the grid in a more unique fashion. The more prominent and consistent drivers who usually make the fast six were scattered in the latter pole positions like Scott Dixon's 11th place start, or Sebastien Bourdais' 16th place start. However, pole positions didn't make for a huge … Continue reading Honda Indy 200 at Mid-Ohio

German GP at Hockenheim

A more quiet race brings Formula 1 into the summer break. Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes) takes his sixth win of the last seven races, thanks to a fantastic start at the green flag and a consistent hold of P1 the entire race. And Red Bull made an impressive finish again, this time grabbing  the other two podium spots, Daniel Ricciardo for P2 … Continue reading German GP at Hockenheim

British GP at Silverstone

Sunday, we learned Mercedes loves their penalties and Lewis Hamilton still has that winning spark in him. It's not to say we haven't seen this before--especially with Hamilton winning his home grand prix now for the third year in a row. There's also the almost painful deja-vu of Mercedes' actions coming into question. Thankfully, at least this … Continue reading British GP at Silverstone

Indy and The Great Road America

Indy's 2016 season consists of some of the most anticipated races of the year. In May, the 100th running of the Indianapolis 500 did not fail to disappoint, especially with rookie Alexander Rossi's incredible win. The canceling of the Boston race created a rescheduled move to Watkins Glen, which hasn't seen an Indy race since … Continue reading Indy and The Great Road America

Dual in Detroit, Day #1

Having watched a mix of Juan Pablo Montoya, Scott Dixon, Helio Castroneves and Simon Pagenaud in the top-3 today, it came as quite the surprise to see Sebastian Bourdais take the checkered with Conor Daly following. It was a well-deserved win considering the light on-and-off drizzle--a sign of unpredictable weather, which I'm sure was making teams rethink their race strategies … Continue reading Dual in Detroit, Day #1