It’s a third career Detroit win for Dixon at Race 2

DETROIT - The NTT IndyCar Series weekend of insanity has concluded for the Chevrolet Detroit Grand Prix on Belle Isle with Chip Ganassi Racing's Scott Dixon crowned the winner of Race 2. After a dramatic and delayed race yesterday evening and an odd qualifying session this morning, the second of the Dual in Detroit races … Continue reading It’s a third career Detroit win for Dixon at Race 2

Pagenaud is the 103rd Indianapolis 500 Champion

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

Short Revs, May 11, 2018

'Tis the most wonderful time of the year (for race fans): IndyCar really begins the month of May with the Indy GP this weekend. F1 takes on Spain. And fresh faces in Formula E.  (Photo: Screenshot from Newgarden's Instagram video as a digital letter to Simon Pagenaud and a challenge for the next #DefendThe1 tag.) … Continue reading Short Revs, May 11, 2018

Short Revs, May 4, 2018

It’s MAY. Welcome to the best month in racing. That’s all you need to know. Also, May the 4th be with you…. (Image: Simon Pagenaud stands with his greatest work of art in the #INDYCARautographbattle. From IndyCar media.) INDYCAR #INDYCARautographbattle Just as things were starting to cool off, it appears the shenanigans have hit an … Continue reading Short Revs, May 4, 2018

Short Revs, April 27, 2018: The “weekend eve” of the Month of May Edition

We’re just a few days away from the month of May, otherwise known as the biggest and best month in racing--in Indianapolis. While IndyCar enjoys a short break before things get going at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, there's still racing to look forward to this weekend. Back to Baku anyone? INDYCAR Sweet Rainy Alabama There was … Continue reading Short Revs, April 27, 2018: The “weekend eve” of the Month of May Edition

Short Revs, March 9, 2018

Racing season is finally, truly here as we gear up for the 2018 IndyCar season kicking off in St. Petersburg, FL. While we can speculate how that race is going to end, those new, racier body kits promise a mix-up compared to prior seasons. From St. Pete, get ready for a race weekend, just about … Continue reading Short Revs, March 9, 2018

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, February 23, 2018

After too many cars on the GpGrl.com page, it was essential to change it up this week. Reality shows are probably not quite your thing either, but it’s only fair Rossi and Daly receive a sweet send-off for making it through to the season finale of The Amazing Race. The photo, posted on Rossi and … Continue reading Short Revs, February 23, 2018

Short Revs, February 16, 2018

Bringing the drama and the excitement, there is almost too much going on in racing this week. From Danica Patrick landing her final racing ride for the Indy 500 to a scuffle between the Formula 1 and Formula E bosses, here is what happened this week in racing. Featured image: The Haas F1 car did … Continue reading Short Revs, February 16, 2018

Short Revs, February 9, 2018

A relatively quiet week in motorsports, as there are some big breaks in-between IMSA (next up Sebring) and Formula E (next up is Mexico City) races the last couple of weeks. Formula 1 is heating up, and IndyCar owns the media feeds with testing and media days in Phoenix. (Featured image: Scott Dixon with new … Continue reading Short Revs, February 9, 2018

Short Revs, February 3, 2018: The Late, Late Edition

Short Revs 2.2.2018 The 2018 racing season is truly underway and there is more news than I know what to do with. But for now, here’s the best of the week and weekend. (And apologies for the delay. Lost a family member this week and things were put on hold. Thank you for being patient … Continue reading Short Revs, February 3, 2018: The Late, Late Edition

The Bold and The Beautiful: IndyCar reveals the 2018 aero kit at NAIAS

If you needed to know one thing summing up this morning’s reveal of the 2018 IndyCar Universal Aero Kit at the North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) here in Detroit, it would be to expect that the aero kit is better, safer and will make for some exciting racing heading into the 2018 season. Fans … Continue reading The Bold and The Beautiful: IndyCar reveals the 2018 aero kit at NAIAS

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

Survivor: IndyCar at Texas Motor Speedway Edition

Wild. Shocking. Enraging. "Adorable." These were just some of the words used by viewers, drivers and commentators to describe Saturday night's Rainguard Water Sealers 600 at the Texas Motor Speedway. A newly paved track surface and brand new Firestone composite tires were promised to make for a more spectacular show at Texas, but I don't … Continue reading Survivor: IndyCar at Texas Motor Speedway Edition