Thanks, Given.

It happened. In fact, it’s happening right now. Writer’s block. No matter how much you love writing, no matter how many opinions you may have… about anything and everything… eventually it strikes you. That’s how I’m feeling right now. I had a topic picked out for this holiday week, an idea of where I wanted

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One Down, Four To Go

Well, here we are. Officially one month into the IndyCar off-season. As I sit here and hope with bated breath that a certain few charismatic drivers will renew their obviously-titled YouTube series for another winter, I have to admit that my time away from the tracks, while certainly difficult, is well spent and just as

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The Chase Has Altered the Perception of Jimmie Johnson

by Ryan Isley This has become somewhat of a coronation week for Jimmie Johnson as he heads to Homestead-Miami Speedway with a 28-point lead over Matt Kenseth and a 34-point lead over Kevin Harvick. The 38-year-old is looking for his sixth NASCAR Sprint Cup Series championship in eight seasons after winning five straight from 2006

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IndyCar Drivers: The Ultimate Athletes

“Oh yay… they went around in a circle AGAIN… how exciting!” That’s the kind of sarcastic commentary we as race fans have to listen to when those who do not follow racing decide to comment on it. One thing you may know about me is that I have an opinion – on just about everything…

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It's Election Day! Vote @hinchtown!

Every November, we come together as communities, states and a nation as a whole to vote on issues that directly affect us in our everyday lives. Whether it is a vote cast for the mayor of our city to continue moving our community onward and upward, a levy passed for our schools to give children

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2013 IndyCar Season in Review

The 2013 IndyCar season is behind us as the season wrapped up with a good old fashion 500 miler in Fontana. This season proved to be a pretty competitive one with ten different race winners in the nineteen race schedule. Four of those winners were first time winners in IndyCar and they were James Hinchcliffe,

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End of Season Struggle

I struggled to write an article this week. I still haven’t pinpointed exactly why – maybe it’s the fact that writing my last article about the 2013 IndyCar season truly solidifies that it is indeed over, maybe it’s because I can’t lie and say that it turned out the way that I, as a fan,

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Fontana Finale

This weekend is all about the numbers. 25 – the number of points that separate Scott Dixon & Helio Castroneves as they battle for the IZOD IndyCar Series Championship. It is also the number of cars entered into the Finale at Fontana. 11 – the number of different IndyCar winners we would have this season,

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