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Mid Season Observations: IndyCar 2017

by Frank Santoroski                                  @seveng1967 The Verizon IndyCar Series will be taking a much needed weekend off after a solidly packed schedule. Nine races are in the books, and eight remain putting the season past the halfway point. Let’s take a look at some of the developing story-lines from 2017. Its ...

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Podcast: Drafting The Circuits: October 20, 2016

Drafting The Circuits Podcast

The DTC crew talk “Everything Racing” with guest host Joey Barnes of Motorsports Tribune –

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Podcast: Drafting the Circuits: Jul. 5, 2016

“Chief187” Candice Smith returns to DTC for a Roundtable Discussion!

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A Study in Red, White, and Blue: Patriotic Racing Liveries

As Americans, there are a number of forces that divide us. These may include political ideology, religious beliefs, social status, upbringing, geographic location, or our own opinions on pressing issues. However, many of us are united by national pride, and the belief that we live in the greatest nation on ...

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Podcast: Drafting the Circuits: Jun. 7, 2016

Roundtable Discussion

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IndyCar: Month of May Rewind

by Frank Santoroski                        @seveng1967 The Month of May over, and the highly anticipated 100th running of the Indianapolis 500 presented by PennGrade Motor Oil is now behind us. It has certainly been an interesting month, with a story book ending for one driver, and some heartache for others. The Month ...

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Photo Journal from Indianapolis 2016

Frank Santoroski          @seveng1967 Here are some of the sights from the month of May as seen through the DTC lenses Team Penske’s Simon Pagenaud throws hats down to fans after winning the Angie’s List Grand Prix Juan Pablo Montoya in the cockpit. You can see the focus in his eyes.  ...

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The Indianapolis 500: Some Personal Memories

by Frank Santoroski         @seveng1967 When I arrived at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway last week and I saw the new gate, the new suites and seats, and the 100th running signage all over town, I got a little verklempt.  Now, that’s not entirely unusual, but generally I don’t get that feeling ...

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Podcast: Drafting the Circuits: May 24, 2016

Another Roundtable Discussion as the DTC panel heads into Memorial Day weekend chatting up last weekend’s NASCAR All Star Race, and the upcoming Indy 500.

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The 2016 Indy 500 Field: Stats, Numbers and Other Useless Facts

by Frank Santoroski        @seveng1967 I saw a poster recently for the 100th Running of the Indianapolis 500 presented by PennGrade Motor Oil that had the caption “50,000 Miles of Memories.” Now, those of you that know me well understand that I am fascinated with odd, trivial, interesting and just plain ...

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Podcast: Drafting the Circuits: May 17, 2016

Frank Santoroski is joined by Gray Warren & Steve Aibel for a Roundtable Discussion.

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Epic Race, Epic Place. What Might Make an Epic Headline?

by Frank Santoroski                             @seveng1967 When asked about the significance of winning the 100th running of the Indianapolis 500, Verizon Indycar Series driver, James Hinchcliffe offered this perspective:  “I think the driver that wins this one is going to be remembered in the same way that Ray Harroun is known. Not ...

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Interview: Drafting the Circuits: May 10, 2016

Frank Santoroski & Steve Aibel interview Pippa Mann to discuss her work with the Susan G Komen cause, preparation for the Indy 500, her early racing career, and personal appearance schedule.

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Podcast: Drafting the Circuits: May 3, 2016

The DTC hosts a Roundtable Discussion which included the results of the wreck filled Talladega & the Boston IndyCar debacle.

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Historical: The 1977 Long Beach Grand Prix

by Frank Santoroski       @seveng1967 The concept of racing on city streets is as old as motor racing itself, with events like the 24 hours of Le Mans and the Grand Prix of Monaco having graced the racing world since the 1920s. In North America however, street races have a spotty ...

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45 Years Ago: The Questor Grand Prix

by Frank Santoroski                 @seveng1967 Race fans are notorious for passionately arguing about “What if?” scenarios. One of the most common themes found involves pitting the drivers and cars of one series against a different series. Comparisons between Formula One and Indianapolis style racing cars have been discussed for years, and ...

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IndyCar: Random Reactions Following Phoenix

by Frank Santoroski          @seveng1967 With the Verizon IndyCar Series having completed their return to the desert, and the Desert Diamond Valley West Phoenix Grand Prix now in the record books, there are a number of different reactions amongst the drivers, fans, and the media. In examining all that has been ...

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Podcast: Drafting the Circuits: Mar. 29, 2016

Frank Santoroski, Gray Warren & Steve Aibel hold down the DTC Fort with a Roundtable Discussion.

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IndyCar: Six Storylines to Follow in Phoenix

by Frank Santoroski        @seveng1967 The Verizon IndyCar Series, having completed their season-opening round in St. Petersburg, will travel next to Phoenix for the first oval track race of 2016. The series will be returning to the one-mile oval in the Valley of the Sun for the first time since 2005. ...

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The Formula 1 Season Begins In Australia. Welcome To OZ!

There is something about the start of a Formula 1 season that gets the blood flowing.  Starting in the “Land Down Under” makes it that much better.  On Sunday, March 20th, the 2016 race for the World Championship begins anew with some fresh storylines that could make this a season ...

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