Tag: Ed Carpenter

Push to Pass [S3E13] – A Pinch of Lemon with Ed Carpenter

This content was originally posted on Slipstream Network:  Dusty catches up with Ed Carpenter to discuss Fuzzy’s Vodka fan outreach ahead of the 101st Indianapolis 500 as Push to Pass returns for a two-wide episode. Zach and Dusty break down the latest news, including more live streaming, 33 cars for Indy and the potential for

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Team Chevy Dominates IndyCar Return to Phoenix

Simon Pagenaud finished in the runner-up position at Phoenix International Speedway on April 2nd, the same result he landed in the season opener at St. Petersburg just three weeks ago. This marks his best career finish on an oval track and also boosts him into the points lead. “I just want to say… how much

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Daly and Newgarden Look Ahead with Continued Optimism

I have to start out by saying that while a disclaimer might not be necessary, I felt the need to tell you all that I wanted to get these answers to you much sooner… but, sometimes life has other ideas for my calendar! I assume most of you can relate. So without further adieu, I

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Another Penske Party in Pennsylvania

Roger Penske knows how to throw a party. He’s at it again this year at Pocono Raceway. The driver of his No. 3 Chevy, Helio Castroneves, soared around the track on Saturday to capture his 45th IndyCar Series pole position. The happiness, honest joy and pure excitement that comes from this man is absolutely contagious.

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Ed Carpenter Airborne Incident in 500 Practice Makes Three

This article was originally published on MTAF Wheels, which is now dark. Thank you for enjoying it here through the Live Full Throttle Archives.  Three Chevy incidents over the past week in practices have led to just as many upside-down Dallaras here at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Helio Castroneves (Team Penske, No. 3), Josef Newgarden

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Cold Winter Months Yield Hot-off-the-Press IndyCar Announcements

Most people don’t think of December as a motorsports kind of month. Those people would be wrong. The Race of Champions took place this past weekend in Barbados, announcements throughout multiple series are dropping on a daily basis for the 2015 season and on December 11-13 in Indianapolis, the Performance Racing Industry show took place

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Carpenter’s Circus Under the Stars

You guys okay? You sure? Alright. I’m just checking. This is the first weekend without any IndyCar track action in a month and a half and I don’t want any of you suffering through withdrawal by yourself. I promise you… you are not alone. I am here. Sam is here. And I assure you that

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Let Me Qualify that by Saying…

Both weekends at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway this month have been incredible. I’ve been surprised by the occurrences of every single day. Opportunities present themselves, individuals introduce themselves, networking is constant and the making of new friendships and lifelong memories are too numerous to count. So much has been going on that I actually found

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Drivers, Sunshine & Good Times – Part I

Last week in Orlando, there was a whole lotta fun going on. Now, that might not sound surprising considering that the city is one of the top family and vacation destinations in the United States. But instead of cartoon characters, rollercoasters & superheroes… they had racecar drivers. Which, when they think about it, kind of

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Testing… Is This Thing On?

Can you believe it? Our beloved DW12’s will be back in all their glory next month. Yep, next month! I’m not the only one hyped up about it, either… On my way to Sebring for the first test of the season! Finally the wait is over!@AndrettiTV @Cinsay — Carlos Munoz (@CarlosMunoz034) February 3, 2014 @ECRIndy

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