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IndyCar: Hinchcliffe Victorious in Messy NOLA Debut

by Frank Santoroski   @seveng1967 Highly disappointed. These are the best words that I can use to sum up my feelings after the checkered flag flew at The Indy Grand Prix of Louisiana on Sunday. I was hoping for a stellar first-year event, and a highly competitive race, at a new ...

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Event Preview: The Indy Grand Prix of Louisiana

by Frank Santoroski  @seveng1967 The initial seeds of an idea to bring The Verizon IndyCar Series to Louisiana began in 2012 when a small group of IndyCar executives were introduced to Laney Chouest, owner of NOLA Motorsports Park. Both parties were intrigued with the possibilities, and it wasn’t long before ...

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Sebastian Vettel And Ferrari Have Washed Hope Over The Entire Formula 1 Paddock

Drafting the Circuits Formula 1 Report Chinese Grand Prix Preview By Steve Aibel @steveaibel Hope! Ferrari has ignited the spark of Hope in the Formula 1 paddock and now many teams have been revitalized. They have realized what was previously out of reach, may not be out of reach at ...

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IndyCar Aero-Kits: Hit, Miss, or Just Something New to Bitch About?

by Frank Santoroski @seveng1967 Bitch (bich) verb (used without object) Slang. to complain; gripe: ex: The favorite pastime of the IndyCar fan is to bitch about the Series. The Verizon IndyCar Series opened their 2015 season this past weekend with the highly anticipated debut of the new aero-kits. The IndyCar ...

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IndyCar: Montoya Tops Penske Teammates at St. Pete

by Frank Santoroski @seveng1967 One year ago, Juan Pablo Montoya arrived at The Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg to drive an IndyCar for the first time in fourteen years, having spent that time in other racing disciplines. His goals on that day were quite simple: to learn the car ...

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Ferrari And Vettel: The Scuderia Is Back

Drafting the Circuits Formula 1 Report Petronas Malaysia Grand Prix By Steve Aibel @steveaibel With only one race completed in the 2015 season, Mercedes AMG Petronas were practically crowned champion after a dominating performance in the Australian Grand Prix. There was chatter about a boring F1 season and an inability ...

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My Love Affair With Martinsville Speedway

Martinsville Speedway is a magical place and a huge part of my story in terms of racing. The paper-clipped shaped track was the first venue I ever witnessed a live NASCAR Cup race. I was in awe from the moment the traffic slowed our progress to the track until we ...

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What’s Up in Cup After the First Five

Five races into the NASCAR Sprint Cup 2015 Season and intrigue, drama, and suspense thickens. No surprise that Stewart-Haas Racing’s Kevin Harvick, the current Sprint Cup Champion, is atop the points at this juncture. His momentum carried solidly over from 2014. The team is full of confidence; their team is ...

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IndyCar 2015: Rating the Field

by Frank Santoroski It is hard to fathom that the Verizon IndyCar Series’ extra-long off season is finally drawing to a close.  In less than a week, we will be watching the IndyCars in their new aero-kit formations for the first time in competition. As a writer, I do enjoy ...

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Preview of the Formula 1 Petronas Malaysia Grand Prix

Drafting the Circuits Formula 1 Report Petronas Malaysia Grand Prix Preview By Steve Aibel @steveaibel The Heat is ON! The Formula 1 championship returns for round 2 as the paddock moves from Australia to Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia. The Petronas Malaysia Grand Prix offers up the challenges of the Sepang ...

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