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Roger Penske, Indianapolis and the Texas Two-Step

Drafting The Circuits Podcast

The DTC panel reacts to the biggest racing news in decades as Roger Penske will assume ownership of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway and the Indycar Series. We also bring you the racing news from the State of Texas where Formula One ran at COTA and NASCAR put on a show ...

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Opinion: NASCAR Discards Tradition With New Schedule

by Luis Torres     @TheLTFiles A new chapter into NASCAR’s future has few perks as they’re further separating themselves from tradition once more. For what? To spice things up like its a game of Russian roulette? First off, I applaud the sport for making the Southern 500 at Darlington the ...

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Drafting the Circuits May 31, 2018 – Indianapolis, Charlotte & Monaco Recaps

Drafting The Circuits Podcast

Drafting the Circuits May 31, 2018: Indianapolis, Charlotte & Monaco Recaps – The DTC gang breaks down all the action from Memorial Day weekend, discusses the impact of an Indy win on Will Power’s career, recognizes Kyle Busch for his history-making accomplishment, and addresses McLaren’s rumored entry to Indycar. Hosts: ...

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Drafting the Circuits May 17, 2018 – Kansas, Barcelona & Indianapolis

Drafting The Circuits Podcast

Drafting the Circuits May 17, 2018: Kansas, Barcelona & Indianapolis – The DTC gang runs down the racing action from the past weekend, discusses the new aero package that the Cup series will debut in Charlotte, weighs in on the merits of F1’s feeder program, and previews the upcoming bump ...

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Rookie of the Year: The Curious Criteria at Indianapolis

by Frank Santoroski           @seveng1967  The Month of May has arrived, and the stars and cars of the Verizon IndyCar Series have set up camp in Speedway, IN for the next few weeks.  By the time Memorial Day rolls around on May 28, we will have a race winner, and a ...

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F1 in the United States: A Brief History

by Frank Santoroski                                      @seveng1967 As the Formula One circus arrives in Austin, Texas to contest the United States Grand Prix at the beautiful Circuit of the Americas, there is a certain significance this year. Formula One is now controlled by the U.S. based Liberty Media Corporation. The Liberty Group is ...

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