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Power to Lead Battling Field to Green at Mid-Ohio

This is the fifth time I have sat down to write a qualifying results post about Will Power winning the Verizon P1 Award in 2017. As usual, he dominated in the Firestone Fast 6 segment, earning the 49th Verizon P1 Award of his IndyCar career (tying him for fourth of all-time with Bobby Unser) with

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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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Push to Pass Podcast [S3E10] – Tackling the Twitter Talk; HIGPA Preview

The original crew is back to it this week, and by ‘it’ of course, I mean shenanigans. A preview of the Honda Indy Grand Prix of Alabama wraps up a week of IndyCar news, so catch up on what you may have missed: First robotic Grand Marshal named to an IndyCar event Back Home Again

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Mid-Ohio Warm-Ups Lead to Spin-Outs

Two of the three fastest in morning warm-ups for the Honda Indy 200 at Mid-Ohio, ended up in the tire barriers at opposite ends of the track. They both generated red flags in the short half hour session, within the last 10 minutes. Andretti Autosport driver, Ryan Hunter-Reay, set the fastest lap of the morning,

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IndyCar 2014 – Team & Driver Profiles

While we are all very ready for this off season to be over, there is no denying that a lot has happened in the duration of it. Teams changing engines, new engines all together, drivers changing teams, new drivers entering the series & getting their first shot, old drivers returning to the series in search

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Save Me a Seat

Over this past weekend, I shared with you the exciting news of a Cleveland-based company, Collection Auto Group, entering into the world of IndyCar with a sponsorship of Bryan Herta Autosport’s #98 car for the 2014 season. The only lingering question we were left with at that point was who the driver of that twin-turbo

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