Alexander Rossi could be on the verge of a breakthrough in the Verizon IndyCar Series. Two weeks ago, he achieved his best finish since his victory at the Indianapolis 500 in 2016, with a P2 on the Streets of Toronto. The driver of the No. 98 Andretti Autosport Honda had it dialed in this morning
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Alexander Rossi paced the field this morning for the first Verizon IndyCar Series practice of the Kohler Grand Prix weekend at Road America. The sophomore year driver ran 1:43.3285 lap, edging out Simon Pagenaud’s best lap of 1:43.5625. INDYCAR PRACTICE 1 RESULTS – KOHLER GP, ROAD AMERICA Rossi, driver of the No. 98 Napa Andretti
Push to Pass goes international this week with Adrian Rickard joining us from the UK! Perhaps you will have better luck pronouncing his name than I did! Haha! From now on I’ll just call him the Anonymous Iguana. Zach takes a hiatus this week as Dusty, Adrian, and I take a gander at the ticket
This is the time of year when most kids are heading back to school, but for the “kids” of the Verizon IndyCar Series, it’s crunch-time! Max Chilton (No. 8, Chip Ganassi Racing), Conor Daly (No. 18, Dale Coyne Racing), RC Enerson (No. 19, Dale Coyne Racing), Spencer Pigot (No. 20, Ed Carpenter Racing / No.
Alexander Rossi coasted in on fumes this past Sunday, across the yard of bricks and into the history books. Rossi, piloting the No. 98 Napa Auto Parts Andretti Herta Autosport Honda, clinched victory at the 100th Running of the Indianapolis 500 presented by PennGrade Oil. He is only the 9th rookie to win in a
The Verizon IndyCar Series returned to Phoenix yesterday, setting new records over the weekend for qualifying runs and average race speed. While passing was not a habit of every lap, the passing that we did see was daring, controlled (mostly), and gasp-worthy. Even though Honda found their cars at the back of the field through
Given the spirit of the 2014 FIFA World Cup™ that has taken the world by storm, and factoring in the United States’ involvement in such, much talk has recently centered-in on who will next carry the Stars and Stripes in world’s second-most popular sport, Formula 1. This discussion has recently seen a bit of a