Tag: Milwaukee Mile

Track Tech: Verizon Wireless’ Samsung S6 Edge

Stunning. That’s really the only word to describe my initial impression of the Samsung S6 Edge. I reviewed the Black Sapphire unit and it was truly unlike anything I’d seen. The screen spanned from side to side and around the namesake edge of the phone, creating a unique appeal. Powering up the unit was also

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Newgarden Continues to Impress, Briscoe Making His Mark

Josef Newgarden. If you don’t know that name by now, you should probably get used to hearing it in the world of IndyCar. The CFH Racing driver is in his fourth year with the Verizon IndyCar Series and in his first year with the newly formed team. It would appear that working as part of

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Coasters and Road Trips and Practice, Oh My!

Yesterday was a strange day. It was one of the craziest and longest days for me, but one of the shortest IndyCar track days that we’ve ever had. One thing was for certain, Saturday’s events were the definition living full throttle. For me personally, it started off with riding rollercoasters at Cedar Point in Ohio,

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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 –

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Track Tech: Verizon Wireless’ HTC One M8

Last month, I reviewed a particular smartphone per the request of a friend. He was really excited about the new HTC One M8 – and I was flattered that he wanted my feedback on the product before making his next Verizon Wireless purchase. I’ve greatly enjoyed doing product reviews for Verizon Wireless over the past

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And Then There Were Three: IndyCar Weekend at the Milwaukee Mile

After two practice sessions yesterday, it seemed that James Hinchcliffe would be the man to beat at the Milwaukee Mile. But towards the end of practice #2, the back of his Honda-powered UFD-sponsored Andretti Autosport DW12 got away from him and backed him into the wall. This did not affect his spot at the top

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