We knew it was going to be one of the four Penske drivers sticking the P1 sticker on his end-plate. Just which one it would be was anybody’s guess as they continued to take turns one-upping each other each session. And while a few other drivers would challenge, no one really appeared to have anything for them. In end it was defending Series Champion Simon Pagenaud jubilantly hoisting the Verizon P1 Pole Award trophy.
If it's Saturday, around the middle of July, and you're in Toronto, then that means the IndyCar circus has made its way north of the border for the only Canadian stop on the schedule. The 31st running of this historic race falls in the latter half of the season, Read on
Hello everyone! Did you all have a good break? Lord knows the teams need one. At the very least to rebuild the piles of carbon fibre back into drivable cars. Anyway, we're back on track this weekend in heaven, er… Iowa. The action on the ovals has been hit (literally) and miss this season to say the least.
While Texas was a fail (again) both Phoenix and Indy provided a good show. Read on
Though they all gave it a valiant effort regardless, just based on the practices coming into this session it was a given that this would be a Penske party. And while we were all invited to the dance, it would be one of the Captain's drivers wearing the crown. Read on
One would think that after all of the stress and drama of Day 1 of qualifying weekend, it would be smooth sailing until next week's big event, but alas, other than a guaranteed placement in the Fast 9 shootout group, Saturday means nothing. Come Sunday morning the times were wiped, Read on
Following a strange week of weather woes, that saw most of the field opting to sit out portions of the practice windows, the first day of Qualifying for the 101st running of the Indianapolis 500 provided more of the same, a huge storm barrelling through the region, Read on