Tag: Honda 200

Push to Pass Live Sunday Re-Broadcast – Raceday at Mid-Ohio

Dusty and I broadcast from pit lane at Mid-Ohio in the quiet moments of raceday morning – hear our takes on the Saturday track action as well as some commentary from Tony Kanaan, Graham Rahal and WIll Power! Aaand maybe a little bonus material from Josef Newgarden regarding a Twitter controversy…   http://dts.podtrac.com/redirect.mp3/www.slipstreamnetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/07/P2P-Live-from-Mid-Ohio-Sunday.mp3   Find

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Push to Pass Live Saturday Re-Broadcast – Good Morning Mid-Ohio!

Dusty & I broadcast live from the top of the Mid-Ohio Tower this morning to recap Friday’s practice session and take a look at the day ahead which includes a third Verizon IndyCar Series practice and qualifying in the Firestone Fast 6 format. Who will win the Verizon P1 Award in the 13th round of

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Push to Pass [S3E24] – Exciting Aero, IMS, and OH! IO!

Let’s talk about IndyCar coming back to Mid-Ohio. Let’s talk about the new 2018 AeroKits. Let’s talk about sponsors and testing and upcoming events… Dusty, Zach and I couldn’t get enough of all the news and excitement around the Verizon IndyCar Series this past week. So take a listen and let us know about your

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Defending Race Winner and Hometown Hero Fight to Lead First Practice at Mid-Ohio

Simon Pagenaud is back in the easily-identifiable Menard’s yellow livery this weekend at Mid-Ohio. It’s a different look than last year’s car, when he ran the PPG colors (on the No. 2 of Josef Newgarden this weekend) and won the Honda Indy 200 for the first time in his career. What is familiar however, is

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Mid-Ohio Weekend: Fueled by Adrenaline and Milkshakes

I look forward to this weekend every year – the weekend IndyCar comes home to me, right here in Ohio. While we all know how much I advocate for Cleveland to make it’s way back on the schedule, racing at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course is not something I would be willing to give up in

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Pagenaud Grabs 6th Pole of 2016, Further Proving the Resilience of IndyCar Athletes

Add another point to the tally. Simon Pagenaud just earned his 6th Verizon P1 Award of the 2016 Verizon IndyCar Series season. It was the 8th of his career and his first at the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course. Pagenaud finished on the podium with a P3 finish at the Honda Indy 200 last year, alongside

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Five Championship Contenders Break Out in Final Practice at Mid-Ohio; Power and Dixon Each Looking for Third Honda Indy 200 Pole

The final practice for the Verizon IndyCar Series at Mid-Ohio this weekend yielded impressive numbers. The top 16 cars out of the 22-car field ran laps faster than the track record. Remember that practice times do not count towards official track records, so we will just have to hope for a dry track and prime

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Power Runs Quickest Overall in Friday Practices at Mid-Ohio

The Honda Indy 200 afternoon practice session on Friday at the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course ended prematurely when the skies opened and huge rain drops began to scatter across pit lane and the entire 13-turn track. The drops came down in an individual fashion, almost as though they each had a purposeful destination and when

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Mid-Ohio: Back in the Comfort Zone for Dixon; Back Home Again for Many Others

Home race. That’s Mid-Ohio for me. It seems to have a special meaning to most people. Maybe this is where they grew up during the summers – watching race cars from multiple series tear around the course, training their ears to differentiate engines from the age of 5 months. Or it’s where the infield became

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