Rahal Comes into Watkins Glen Race Hot Off Firestone 600 Win

“The last nine laps (of the Firestone 600 at Texas Motor Speedway) were as thrilling of racing as you're ever going to get…” Sure, I might be quoting Graham Rahal, who you could argue is biased based on the fact that he won said race, but even he went on to say that it was... Continue Reading →

Push to Pass Podcast #44 – A Look Back at Texas; Previewing the IndyCar Return to Watkins Glen

  Zach, Dusty and I might have had our drinks spiked during the recording of this podcast. I’m kidding but hey, it was a good time and we hope you enjoy listening. As always, please make sure you tweet at us, using the links below and let us know what you think about our topics,... Continue Reading →

Push to Pass Podcast – Ep. 43: ABC Supply 500 Review / Firestone 600 Preview

  Should pit road incidents have blame placed on drivers or the entire team? Is Marco Andretti’s time with his family-owned team nearing it’s end date or will he just jump the ship that is IndyCar for another racing series that might be more in his wheelhouse? Plus, was anyone else feeling the weight of... Continue Reading →

Newgarden and Daly Will Not Compete in Firestone 600 Completion at Texas Motor Speedway this August

Man, what a weekend this was for Josef Newgarden. First, Ed Carpenter racing had J.R. Hildebrand ready as a substitute driver for the No. 21 Chevy, assuming Newgarden would need time to heal from a fractured clavicle and wrist. How silly of us to assume such a thing! Beyond most common understanding, Newgarden managed to earn medical... Continue Reading →

From Detroit to Texas, IndyCar Underdogs Are Having Their Day

The past week presented us with two fantastic examples of on-track Verizon IndyCar Series talent. We started the week on Sunday with the second race of the Dual in Detroit and ended it on Saturday in Fort Worth, Texas. The tracks couldn’t be any different - the former a temporary street circuit on a island... Continue Reading →

IndyCar 2015: Ready, Set, Race – Part II of II

Life happens, folks. I tried my best to get this second portion of the 2015 Verizon IndyCar Series season breakdown to you earlier this week but sometimes despite our best efforts, things get delayed or pushed back beyond our control. Regardless, here is a look at the last 8 race weekends for next year –... Continue Reading →

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... Continue Reading →

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