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25 Years Ago: 1993 in Racing

by Frank Santoroski           @seveng1967  The early 1990s were a golden period for motor racing. In the United States, the PPG Indy Car World Series offered a strong racing platform and a diverse offering of race tracks that attracted former formula one drivers, featured second-generation champions and rising stars that competed ...

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Scott Dixon and the Case for Greatness

Drafting the Circuits by Frank Santoroski         @seveng1967 New Zealand’s Scott Dixon made headlines this past weekend by taking home a fourth Verizon IndyCar Series Championship in spectacular come-from-behind fashion. In the wake of this, there is a lot of talk as to Dixon’s legacy as one of the best ever ...

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‘Greatest Races Ever: The 1984 Grand Prix of Dallas’ by Frank Santoroski

Greatest Races Ever is a series of articles that looks back on some of the wildest, most competitive, controversial or just plain odd races over the years.  This week’s installment takes us back to 1984 to have a look at the Grand Prix of Dallas. While the current Formula One ...

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