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IndyCar Title Fight Comes Down to Sonoma

by Frank Santoroski         @seveng1967 As the NFL is gearing up for the season, and NASCAR is ready for its Chase for the Championship, the Verizon Indycar Season is winding down, as planned, before Labor Day. The final race on the schedule, The Go Pro Grand Prix of Sonoma, will take ...

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What Justin Wilson’s Death Taught Me

Drafting the Circuits By: Candice Smith  @Chief187s   Death is the great equalizer. In racing, dying doing what you love adds you to a new fraternity. On Monday, August 24, 2015 Justin Wilson joined that solemn order. I was at Pocono International Raceway covering the Verizon IndyCar ABC Supply Co. ...

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Justin Wilson 1978-2015

by Frank Santoroski       @seveng1967 Most days, I love being the IndyCar correspondent at Drafting the Circuits, and it’s incredibly easy to write on and on about a number of race-related topics because I love this sport so much, and I’ve been around it as long as I can remember. On ...

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Lewis Hamilton Extends His Command Of The Formula 1 Title Fight

Drafting the Circuits Formula 1 Report Summer Break August 24 By Steve Aibel @steveaibel Lewis Hamilton extended his championship lead to 28 points with a textbook shellacking at the legendary Belgium Grand Prix at Spa Francorchamps. Hamilton took pole position and commanded every aspect of the 11th Grand Prix of ...

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Verizon IndyCar ABC Supply Co. 500 Preview

A Hollywood script could not have conjured up a more beautiful day than is dawning this morning – Race Day for the ABC Supply Co. 500 Verizon IndyCar race from Pocono International Raceway. The drivers will awaken to perfect conditions at the track for the penultimate race of the 2015 ...

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Marco Andretti Returns To Pocono Raceway

The name Andretti is synonymous with racing excellence. Pocono International Raceway is synonymous with racing excitement. On this weekend as the Verizon IndyCar Series competes at Pennsylvania’s top-notch facility, there is much expectation over what will unfold, especially for Marco Andretti. Marco Andretti, grandson of the legendary racer Mario and ...

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Belgian Grand Prix: Formula 1 Returns From Break At Spa!

Drafting the Circuits Formula 1 Report Summer Break August 17 By Steve Aibel The Formula 1 season will resume this weekend as the paddock returns to action in Belgium at Spa-Francorchamps. Perhaps the most scenic circuit in all of motor racing, this classic and legendary race track blends high and ...

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Formula 1 Mid Season Review

Drafting the Circuits Formula 1 Report Summer Break August 10 By Steve Aibel @steveaibel Just 2 weeks until Formula 1 returns at Spa in Belgium from their summer break. With 9 races remaining it is worthwhile to sift through the field and see who has delivered and who has not ...

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IndyCar: One-Car Team Poised to Slay the Giants

by Frank Santoroski          @seveng1967 It was back on March 23rd of this year that I wrote the following passage in my pre-season article for Drafting the Circuits. “While Graham Rahal surprised many by having the fastest Honda in pre-season testing, I believe that the team will still struggle in 2015. ...

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Kate Moss/Holly Golembiewski Is a Star

She had a smile that lit up a room, an infectious laughter that made you happy, and a presence that was so palpable you just wanted to be with her. Holly Golembiewski, also known as Kate Moss, was a beautiful person inside and out. We first me at Pocono Raceway ...

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American Entry in Formula 1: Enter Haas F1 Team

Drafting the Circuits Formula 1 Report Summer Break August 3rd By Steve Aibel For American racers, 2016 will be an exciting season in Formula 1. It has been a long time since America has had an American team competing in F1, but that will all change when Haas F1 Team ...

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Dale Earnhardt, Jr.: Last year’s Sweeper

By: Kate Moss  @KateMossRadio He finished 20th in June after sweeping both Pocono NASCAR Sprint Cup Series races in 2014.  Sure, his fans were disappointed, but no one was more disappointed than the No. 88. Dale Earnhardt Jr. explained his relationship with Microsoft in the Windows 10 400 as “an awesome ...

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Preview of the Windows 10 400 from Pocono Raceway

Pocono International Raceway has dialed up one of the Top 10 Days of the Year for the Windows 10 400 today. The sun is shining brightly, the excitement is palpable, and the speculation is rampant as to who will win today’s second event at the Tricky Triangle. There are some ...

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Jeff Gordon’s Last Ride at the Tricky Triangle

He has six wins at Pocono Raceway, plus 19 Top-5s and 31 Top-10s.  In his last race at the track that asks “What Turn 4?,” many are hoping that Jeff Gordon gets his first win of the 2015 NASCAR Sprint Cup Season. Gordon’s stats at Pocono speak for themselves, although his ...

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The Debut of the NASCAR Fanatics Superstore at Pocono Raceway

NASCAR and Fanatics debuted their brand new Superstore at Pocono International Raceway on Friday to much fanfare. The state-of-the-art shopping area was larger-than-life and boasted banners of the sports’ biggest stars of yesteryear and today. From Dale Earnhardt to Dale Earnhardt Jr., Richard Petty to Ricky Stenhouse Jr., and Kyle Busch to Danica ...

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Ray Black, Jr. Dives Into Competition at Pocono

  Ray Black Jr. is making a splash in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series competing for Rookie of the Year honors for this 2015 season with his No. 07 SS Green Light Racing truck. Currently 11th in the driver points standings, Black Jr. is well on his way to ...

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Sebastian Vettel Takes a Huge Win For Ferrari At The Hungarian Grand Prix

Drafting the Circuits Formula 1 Report Hungary Grand Prix By Steve Aibel @steveaibel   The Hungarian Grand Prix started with a show of solidarity and commemoration to Jules Bianchi, the Formula 1 driver who lost his life last week after a terrible accident in Suzuka, Japan last year. The drivers ...

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Jeff Gordon and Indy Are Tied Together

It’s difficult to find a track that four-time NASCAR Sprint Cup driver Jeff Gordon hasn’t excelled at in his career spanning over two decades. From Daytona’s Superspeedway to Martinsville’s Short Track, Gordon has made his mark with countless wins. He is, of course, third on the all-time win list trailing ...

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It’s Always Too Soon…Formula 1 Loses Jules Bianchi

Drafting the Circuits Formula 1 Report Jules Bianchi By Steve Aibel @steveaibel Jules Bianchi died on Friday, July 17th, from injuries sustained in an accident on October 5th, 2014 at the Japanese Grand Prix in Suzuka, Japan. Bianchi battled injuries from a diffuse axonal injury that left him comatose after ...

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The Kyle Busch Chase Conundrum

by Frank Santoroski       @seveng1967 As I’m watching the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series from New Hampshire Motor Speedway, I realize that Kyle Busch is a man on a mission. He made all the right moves and took his third race win on the season. Only Jimmie Johnson has more wins in ...

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