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VeeKay Looking Forward to Getting Season Underway

by Luis Torres     @TheLTFiles When the 2020 NTT IndyCar Series campaign finally gets going, the battle for Rookie of the Year honors will be among the biggest angles fans will follow. Among the rookie contenders this year is last season’s Indy Lights runner-up Rinus VeeKay of the Netherlands, who’ll ...

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Indianapolis 500: Traditions and Superstitions

by Frank Santoroski           @seveng1967  With more than a century of racing in the history books, the Indianapolis 500 holds more tradition than, perhaps, any other motorsports event on the planet. The 500 also has its share of good luck/bad luck omens as race drivers are sometimes known to be rather ...

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Danica Patrick to Replace Retiring Ed Carpenter in 2018 Oval Races

by April Furst In a strange plot twist that few saw coming, the 102nd running of the Indianapolis 500 will not be the farewell race for Danica Patrick after all. Instead, it will mark the end of a fine driving career for team owner, Ed Carpenter, who will hang up ...

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IndyCar 2018 Boasts Impressive Rookie Class

by Frank Santoroski           @seveng1967 A successful rookie campaign does not necessarily make or break a driver’s IndyCar career. However, in today’s impatient climate, results speak volumes. Look no further than Ed Jones, 2017 Rookie of the Year, for evidence of this. Jones signed on for a full season with Dale ...

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IndyCar: More Drivers to Watch in 2016

by Frank Santoroski        @seveng1967 This is the conclusion of a two-part article. Part one can be found here. As the start of the 2016 season approaches, the teams and drivers of the Verizon IndyCar Series are ready to start with a clean slate and make a run for the title. ...

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IndyCar: Newgarden Tackles the Streets of Toronto

Drafting the Circuits by Frank Santoroski        @seveng1967 Races like the Honda Indy Toronto make me wonder why more folks aren’t watching the Verizon IndyCar Series. For sheer entertainment value, Sunday’s 85 laps through the downtown streets produced, arguably, the most exciting race of the season. What we saw was a ...

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Anatomy of a Crisis: Indianapolis Qualifying 2015

by Frank Santoroski    @seveng1967 At the risk of sounding like an old-timer that longs for the return of the ‘good old days’, I will tell you that some of my fondest childhood memories revolve around watching the high drama that once was Indianapolis 500 qualifying. There was so much that ...

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IndyCar at Barber: Just What the Doctor Ordered

by Frank Santoroski    @seveng1967 The Verizon IndyCar Series had a rough start to its 2015 season. The first two races were forgettable, to put it kindly.  A nice, if somewhat uneventful, weekend at Long Beach gave a glimmer of hope. With the Month of May looming, the Series entered Barber ...

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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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IndyCar: Three Drivers to Watch in 2015

by Frank Santoroski The 2015 Verizon IndyCar Series season-opener is quickly approaching. After an agonizingly long off-season, we will see the IndyCars in action on the streets of St. Petersburg the weekend of March 29. There has been a lot to talk about this off-season including driver changes, open seats ...

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