One day in, no clear cut front-runner at Sonoma

We are off and running for the final IndyCar weekend at Sonoma Raceway. Unfortunately though, one of the championship contenders had a delayed start to his Friday. Josef Newgarden was dealing with a case of food poisoning Thursday night into Friday, and his No. 1 Verizon Team Penske Chevrolet had some sympathy pains in the... Continue Reading →

Pigot shows promise, Newgarden claims top spot in afternoon practice laden with reds

Friday at Barber Motorsports Park was brought to you by the number 5 and the color red. Turn 5 was the place to be during today’s Verizon IndyCar Series practices, and according to fastest-in-session Newgarden, it was due to the strong winds. Particularly, the direction of those strong winds. “Today was very difficult with the... Continue Reading →

Andretti Autosport sets standard, investing in drivers to create careers

Andretti Autosport switched things up quite a bit since last season - with reigning Indianapolis 500 winner Takuma Sato exiting the team for a ride at RLL Racing, and Zach Veach taking over responsibilities of the No. 26 Honda. Veach, who got his first Indy car racing experience last year, did so with multiple teams.... Continue Reading →

Brazilian drivers Kanaan and Leist focused on building momentum for A.J. Foyt Racing

Well hello there, strangers! It’s been a minute. This off-season has been one of the most chaotic and jam-packed one that I can remember. Additional work and responsibilities in my career have put racing on a back-burner, but we are less than a month out from the Grand Prix of St. Petersburg, the excitement is... Continue Reading →

Newgarden earns first IndyCar Championship, plans to appreciate the moment

For the first time since 2012, the stars and stripes draped over the shoulders of the new Verizon IndyCar Series Champion. Josef Newgarden capped off his first season at Team Penske with a series title and a field-leading 4 wins to his name. He also celebrated with his engine manufacturer, Chevrolet, as they earned their... Continue Reading →

Push to Pass [S3E29] – Gateway to Awesome, Headed to the Glen w Anthony Martin

(WATKINS GLEN, NY) - Technical issues this week kept me from being able to record alongside Adrian and Gerhett, but I still recorded my segments, just bummed not to be able to debate and get into discussions with the guys about this past weekend’s event at Gateway Motorsports Park or look ahead to Watkins Glen. I... Continue Reading →

Push to Pass [S3E28] – Looking Back at Pocono, Heading West to Gateway

  Lots to discuss with Dusty this week - from a reflection back on Pocono and what was going on on-track and elsewhere while getting prepped for the series return to Gateway Motorsports Park for the first time in 14 years! Gerhett joins us at the end to bring everyone up to date with the... Continue Reading →

Push to Pass [S3E27] – Preview of the Tricky Triangle

  Dusty decides to spring a pop quiz on us this week - but he never said it wasn’t an open-book test. I can’t help that I’m good at using loopholes to my advantage. My handy-dandy Verizon IndyCar Series media guide is always by my side… how can I be expected to NOT utilize that... Continue Reading →

Push to Pass Live Saturday Re-Broadcast – Good Morning Mid-Ohio!

Dusty & I broadcast live from the top of the Mid-Ohio Tower this morning to recap Friday's practice session and take a look at the day ahead which includes a third Verizon IndyCar Series practice and qualifying in the Firestone Fast 6 format. Who will win the Verizon P1 Award in the 13th round of... Continue Reading →

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