Push to Pass Podcast: Honda Indy 200 Review

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This week on the Push to Pass podcast, I joined Dusty and Angelica to review the Honda Indy 200 at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course in Lexington, OH. I was able to offer some insight from being trackside, and we all had a few good laughs, as is our nature.

 

It was another great race in central Ohio, with flawless rookie runs, rookie-esque mistakes by veterans, some real fights for position and a blatant battle cry signifying the start of the final stint that leads to the 2016 Verizon IndyCar Series Championship.

P2PP 40 CoverSimon Pagenaud and Will Power are both striving for the Astor Cup; current points leader, Pagenaud, proves that his determination only gets stronger when obstacles are put in his path.

We have a three week break between Mid-Ohio and Pocono and we already have that first week behind us, but there will still be plenty of track action between now and our race in Long Pong, PA – we will tell you where and when, so take a listen and enjoy!

Show notes for Push to Pass podcast Episode 40 are on Slipstream Network.


Most recent posts on Live Full Throttle dating back to the start of Mid-Ohio weekend:

The Marketable Personality of IndyCar Racing – Part II

The Marketable Personality of IndyCar Racing – Part I

Mid-Ohio Morning – A Love Note

Pagenaud Grabs 6th Pole of 2016, Further Proving the Resilience of IndyCar Athletes

Five Championship Contenders Break Out in Final Practice at Mid-Ohio; Power and Dixon Each Looking for Third Honda Indy 200 Pole

Power Runs Quickest Overall in Friday Practices

Mid-Ohio: Back in the Comfort Zone for Dixon; Back Home for Many Others


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