One day in, no clear cut front-runner at Sonoma

We are off and running for the final IndyCar weekend at Sonoma Raceway. Unfortunately though, one of the championship contenders had a delayed start to his Friday. Josef Newgarden was dealing with a case of food poisoning Thursday night into Friday, and his No. 1 Verizon Team Penske Chevrolet had some sympathy pains in the... Continue Reading →

Defining "Silly Season": Hinchtown-Powered Handlebar, Pagenaud to Penske & Potential 2015 Drivers

Eleven. It’s the amount of hours I spent in my SUV last Tuesday, making the round trip from Cleveland to Indianapolis and yep, back to Cleveland. It’s the number namesake to the Circle City’s professional soccer team – the Indy Eleven. And it’s also the year (2011) when James Hinchcliffe entered the IndyCar Series and... Continue Reading →

The Verizon IndyCar Series Takes Over Toronto

The final doubleheader of the Verizon IndyCar Series 2014 season kicked off yesterday on a gorgeous day in Toronto, Ontario. The Canadian classic (while not always a “two-for” weekend) has been an IndyCar tradition - consistently - for nearly three decades. This year’s race field yields only one hometown hero in James Hinchcliffe. Hinchcliffe is... Continue Reading →

And the Nominees Are…

RACER.com released the online ballots for Racer of the Year voting this week. There are six categories, with IndyCar drivers being eligible for four of them. Those four are 2013 Racer of the Year, 2013 Road Racer of the Year, 2013 Oval Racer of the Year and the 2013 Racer Rookie of the Year. I... Continue Reading →

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