Articles By: Paul
Paul looks back on a busy qualifying weekend for the 97th Running of the Indianapolis 500 and presents his thoughts on some of the recent changes to the qualifying format for the Greatest Spectacle in Racing while adding some ideas of his own.
Current IZOD IndyCar Series points leader Helio Castroneves knows he’s off to a strong start again, but it could have been even better.
This year’s race will go down in history as one of the weirdest and most unexpected in history, highlighted by the large amount of caution time, cold weather, and the closest finish in the race’s history.
With a renewed spirit, fourth-year driver Simona de Silvestro looks to build on a solid weekend at St. Petersburg and is ready to find victory lane in 2013.
Paul discusses some of his highlights from his weekend covering the 2013 Honda Grand Prix of St. Petersburg.
Paul looks back on Saturday’s events of the 2013 Honda Grand Prix of St. Petersburg.
Paul highlights opening day at the 2013 Honda Grand Prix of St. Petersburg.
Paul outlines the stories he’ll be following at this weekend’s season-opening Honda Grand Prix of St. Petersburg.
The third consecutive year of rain on the first day of time trials, the possibility of not being able to see the race because of rain, Rick Mears’s fourth race victory, and the appearance of Norman Schwarzkopf at the race were among the highlights at the Speedway this year.
Neither IndyCar nor NASCAR can afford another accident that puts fans at risk. Paul says their collaborative effort is vital to ensuring spectators are protected for years to come.
The second consecutive year of having the first day of time trials washed out, the unexpected victory of Arie Luyendyk, and the unbelievable 15 mph increase in the winner’s average speed were the highlights of this year at the Speedway.
Paul offers his thoughts on the INDYCAR season finale at Auto Club Speedway, including the attendance, the venue’s viability as the season finale in the long-term, his final verdict on the DW12, The Red Flag, and much more.