IndyCar OP-Ed: Three Wide For the Triple Crown? No thanks!

Editor’s Note: This piece has been generously donated by John Olsakovsky. These are his views on the three-wide announcement for the remainder of the Triple Crown. This views are of his opinion only. That being said, this is not a page where we insult folks for having an opinion. Keep the comments respectable or they will be deleted upon moderation. Recently, our buddy Beaux Barfield announced that IndyCar Triple Crown events at Pocono Raceway and Auto Club Speedway will start the race three-wide, just like at the Indianapolis 500 Mile…

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IndyCar – Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach Recap

By: Kevin Neeley Will Freakin Power. What does it take to keep him in the back of the grid? Not even a ten grid spot penalty for the mass unauthorized engine change for all Chevrolet teams could keep the Terror from Toowoomba down. For the second race in a row, Power overcomes qualifying woes to take the win. This time, it just happened to be on the Streets of Long Beach. The Top Ten was an interesting mishmash of names, but the real thrill was right at the front for…

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IndyCar – Thursday, March 29 Barber Report

Editor’s Note: Kevin Neely has been kind enough to write some articles for us while down at Barber Motorsports Park this week. I would like to personally thank Kevin for reaching out and offering his observations! There’s one thing for certain about late March/early April in Central Alabama; the weather is going to be anything but predictable. For the past two years, the Honda Indy Grand Prix of Alabama presented by Legacy Credit Union has had the luxury of Chamber of Commerce weather conditions. This year, however, that streak looks…

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IndyCar – Stunning in St. Pete

This weekend’s opening round of the IZOD IndyCar Series had a lot of questions around it. Had Randy Bernard fixed some of the credibility issues, would the new cars and engines be competitive, would the field of talent be as good as what they were predicting? The answer to all of these questions (at least after the first round) was a resounding yes. St. Petersburg lived up to everything we had hoped for and then some. Great story lines, great drivers through the field, and the cars looked very¬†competitive in…

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