Looking back at IndyCar 2018, Part II: Belle Isle to Mid-Ohio

This is part 2 of a 3-part series on Live Full Throttle, looking back on the 2018 Verizon IndyCar Series season as we approach the finale weekend at Sonoma Raceway in Sonoma, California. The only double-header on the schedule takes place in Detroit every summer and will continue to do so for many years to... Continue Reading →

Push to Pass [S3E22] – From Corn Fields to Hogtown

I’m not a runner, but I still participated in a relay event this week. Thankfully, it was in a recording format and now all of you amazing folks get to hear it! Life snuck up on us over the past few days, as life has a tendency to do, and it made it impossible for... Continue Reading →

Push To Pass Podcast in association with Live Full Throttle: Iowa Corn 300 Review & Honda Indy Toronto Preview

This week on the Push to Pass podcast, Dusty, Zach and I review last weekend’s Iowa Corn 300 at Iowa Speedway - noting that IndyCar will be returning to the fastest short track in the world for the next two seasons, discussing Newgarden’s dominance and highlighting how it is yet another amazing story in the... Continue Reading →

Iowa Speedway Announces 2017, 2018 IndyCar Dates

My first trip to Iowa Speedway was in 2014. That was the season that they extended the distance of the race from 250 laps to 300, rebranding it: the Iowa Corn 300. It was under the lights and it was my first time experiencing a Verizon IndyCar Series night race in person… trust me when... Continue Reading →

Pagenaud Clinches 5th pole of 2016; 500th pole for Team Penske

I’m about to throw a whole bunch of facts and figures your way. Are you guys ready? I promise they are really fun stats, not boring ones. You on board? Okay, awesome. Simon Pagenaud, driver of the neon yellow No. 22 Menards Team Penske Chevy, has achieved some seriously impressive things this season. The French... Continue Reading →

Ten Years of Racing at Iowa Speedway

This weekend marks the 10th Indy car race at Iowa Speedway. Over the nine races that have been run thus far, Honda has been the victor for seven. It is only fair to note that the first five years of the race, Honda was the only engine manufacturer for IndyCar. Since Chevrolet returned to the... Continue Reading →

Keep Your Eye on Iowa This Weekend

Alright, let’s do this quick because we have less than 48 hours! Here's a look at track activity for the Verizon IndyCar Series Iowa Corn 300 at Iowa Speedway, along with the when and where so you don’t miss a thing! This year in Iowa, we will go to a day race. While talking to... Continue Reading →

American Love Story: IndyCar & Iowa Speedway

Tonight was the first time since 2006 that IndyCar saw an all-American podium. The Indianapolis 500 that year had a podium consisting of race winner, Sam Hornish, Jr. plus the father-son combination of Marco Andretti & Michael Andretti running P2 and P3! The Iowa Corn 300 ended with all of us wondering if we were... Continue Reading →

What a Difference a Week Makes – Helio Grabs Pole in Iowa

At the beginning of this week, Helio Castroneves wasn’t permitted to qualify for the ABC Supply Wisconsin 250 due to late presentation of his car at the Milwaukee Mile. He did not allow this to become a wrench in his weekend however, making his way through traffic, circling the track smoothly for the duration of... Continue Reading →

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