Conor Daly earns IndyCar new fans, but not a ride?

Last year, A.J. Foyt Racing had nine Top 10 finishes and one Top 5. That best finish of the season was accomplished by Conor Daly at the series return to Gateway Motorsports Park just outside St. Louis. Daly has been a fan favorite for years, with voices on social media and at the tracks screaming... Continue Reading →

Related Incidents Spell Early End to ‘500’ for Daly and Harvey

The second caution of the day came on Lap 66, but was due to a much less drastic incident than that of Scott Dixon and Jay Howard earlier in the race. Conor Daly went two-wide into the Turn 3 with Charlie Kimball (No. 83 Tresiba Honda, Ganassi Racing Teams) on the inside. Daly got loose... Continue Reading →

Push to Pass [S3E12] – A Sleepy Night in Phoenix and The Mayor Himself

Three Americans, a Brit, and a Canadian walk into a podcast... stop me if you've heard this one before. No? Yeah, I didn't think so. The Mayor of Hinchtown, James Hinchcliffe, joins us to chat about the Verizon IndyCar Series season so far, including his win on the Streets of Long Beach. This week's 4-part... Continue Reading →

Push to Pass Podcast 54 – Conor Daly On Heading to Foyt

    This podcast has it all - from Conor Daly previewing his sophomore season in IndyCar, to a Dancing with the Stars recap and ideas from the Push to Pass team on how we could utilize more IndyCar doubleheaders to the advantage of the series, the fans, and the quality of race weekends! As... Continue Reading →

Skilled IndyCar Rookie Class of 2016 Prepares for Season Finale in Sonoma

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.... Continue Reading →

Honda, Coyne Find Speed at Watkins Glen in Final Practice

On a weekend where Chevy has dominated every session of practice and the first 4 rows of the starting grid for the IndyCar Grand Prix of The Glen, Honda made quite a statement in Sunday morning practice. Rookie teammates RC Enerson and Conor Daly of Dale Coyne Racing ran the second and fourth fastest laps... Continue Reading →

Daly Driving #88 in Honor of Clauson; Mann Returns to Tricky Triangle

In May of this year, Bryan Clauson raced with Dale Coyne Racing/Jonathan Byrd Racing for the 100th Running of the Indianapolis 500. He built friendships with Dale Coyne teammates Conor Daly, Pippa Mann and Gabby Chaves. When Clauson’s life was tragically cut short after an on-track accident in Kansas earlier this month, the USAC legend’s “Chasing... Continue Reading →

The Marketable Personality of IndyCar Racing – Part I

For years I’ve pondered why it’s so difficult for the average person to differentiate between IndyCar and NASCAR… in all reality, they couldn’t be more different. However, I’ve suspected part of the reason was due to exposure levels of each series. But it occurred to me this week, that can change. And it wouldn’t even... Continue Reading →

IndyCar Raceday Warm Up and the Conversation about Standing Starts

The Honda Indy Toronto warm up session for the Verizon IndyCar Series this morning went relatively smooth for the field. There were two short-lived red flags, one for Team Penske driver, Simon Pagenaud after he made contact with the tire barrier in Turn 8. He went into the barrier nose-first but the car was not... Continue Reading →

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