Rossi earns fourth career pole in single lap stunner at Mid-Ohio

Scott Dixon might be Mr. Mid-Ohio but Alexander Rossi is quickly making a name for himself as well. A career that kicked off with a win at the 100th Running of the Indianapolis 500 in his rookie year, followed by a sophomore year with five top 5 qualifying positions and just as many wins -... Continue Reading →

Make GREEN your favorite, that’s your new favorite, okay?

We just finished Christmas in July and the reds and greens have been battling all day at Mid-Ohio, so a paraphrased Elf quote seemed to be the way to go with the post title. Plus, I’m a movie nerd that likes to talk to movie quotes, so there’s that. Four reds waved over the Verizon... Continue Reading →

IndyCar competition in Toronto is a chess match at 108 mph

Sometimes even the best of intentions don’t go as planned. I’m sure you’ve all been there. Plans are set, your motivation is there, and then something happens. Like unconsciousness. That’s a thing that happens, right? Ha. Yeah, I don’t sleep too much as it is - no secret there. Last night my body decided I... Continue Reading →

Ready or not, it’s race day in Detroit

“Fallin’ too fast to prepare for this.” That’s a line from one my favorite Imagine Dragons songs. It made me smirk as it played in my ears when I sat down to write just now. It’s been a day so far, you guys. But hey, that’s life. You’re not always ready for things, even when... Continue Reading →

Andretti Autosport sets standard, investing in drivers to create careers

Andretti Autosport switched things up quite a bit since last season - with reigning Indianapolis 500 winner Takuma Sato exiting the team for a ride at RLL Racing, and Zach Veach taking over responsibilities of the No. 26 Honda. Veach, who got his first Indy car racing experience last year, did so with multiple teams.... Continue Reading →

Could Mid-Ohio be Proving Grounds for Andretti Autosport?

Alexander Rossi could be on the verge of a breakthrough in the Verizon IndyCar Series. Two weeks ago, he achieved his best finish since his victory at the Indianapolis 500 in 2016, with a P2 on the Streets of Toronto. The driver of the No. 98 Andretti Autosport Honda had it dialed in this morning... Continue Reading →

Hunter-Reay Clocks Fastest Lap on Friday at Mid-Ohio

Two podiums and a pole position are listed on Ryan Hunter-Reay’s resume under the heading of Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course, but what he is really looking for is a victory. He has been coming to Mid-Ohio to watch races since he was a child, and got his first taste of on-track action in Lexington, Ohio... Continue Reading →

Team Penske is the Common Theme Across Honda Indy Toronto Practices

Unlike last year, I am not in Canada for the Honda Indy Toronto this weekend. Initially those reasons as to why, were related to work, but as it turns out I needed to be home for a family situation. I wouldn’t want to be anywhere else. The Verizon IndyCar Series, the work I am privileged... Continue Reading →

Honda Paces Final Practice, Hunter-Reay Hungry for Win

That’s how we start a Sunday! The Indy cars have rolled back into the paddock to rest up and cool down before the Kohler Grand Prix this afternoon. They took to the track early this morning for the final Verizon IndyCar Series practice session of the Road America weekend. A couple cars were noticeably missing... Continue Reading →

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