The Grand Prix Masters - featuring some legendary single-seater drivers in equal cars - was a racing series that was destined for massive success but then ultimately went down the drain as most of the start-up initiatives in the motor racing community. Here’s the story of it all from those involved.
All it takes is a bit of cash in this charity auction. http://www.wedoauctions.net/bash15/item/24...
Ten years ago, Formula One nearly wrote itself and everyone involved off from one of the biggest markets it always wanted to conquer - driven by ego and self-interests. Here is what (probably) happened.
I had a thought or two about the show Formula E has to provide and came up with a ‘sound’ idea after a drink.
If you ever want to introduce motorsports to a person not interested in high-octane entertainment, the 1994 Indianapolis 500 is the race to do it. Conquest, tears, divorce, fuel. All in one package.
Immerse yourself in the affairs of Speedway, IN, during the month of May, and you will doubtlessly cross paths with the phrase “racing immortality.”
Went to the test today with my camera...
If you happen to be browsing your Netflix account for something to watch I would like to direct you to the 2014 documentary about racing driver Gonzalo Rodriguez. The movie follows his early racing career, from karting in his native Uruguay to the tragic practice session in the CART series at Laguna Seca. While some…
This is one of the best articles I’ve read today about JW. I appreciate the honest and raw emotions from a longtime Indycar person who worked closely with him. Also, it gives some frank insight into the accident, saying how much of a freak thing it was.http://www.foxsports.com/motor/story/ju...
A quote from Justin Wilson.
The Los Angeles Motordrome was one of the fastest tracks on Earth in the early 20th century, rivalling the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. A Hungarian racing entrepreneur, an English bicycle rider and an American oil magnate made it happen. WARNING: heavy use of gifs.
ETA - you have to click through and watch it on YouTube. Just a little friendly race between a MotoGP bike an and IndyCar. Looks to be of the 7/10’s promo variety, but still pretty cool to see the differences in corner speed v. straight line speed.
IndyCar announced that [redacted] will host the 2016 season finale.
Indy Car has fantastic racing. Road America is an amazing place to watch a race. I was ecstatic when I heard that Indy Car is finally going there! Last time I saw an Indy car at Road America, Alex Zenardi won. Oh wait, that was CART.
I was glued to the television when I turned on the race after work. An Ohioan won in Ohio, which made this Ohioan very happy.
Well that was a great race from Mid Ohio Sports Car Course