Articles By: Paul
Mark Jaynes of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Radio Network joins Paul to look back on what we’ve learned from the 2012 IZOD IndyCar Series and preview the Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach
Activity this year was highlighted by the first 220 mph qualifying lap, the first front row made up of the same team, Rick Mears’s third race victory, the first race ever to finish under the yellow flag, and the outstanding race performance of Jim Crawford.
Many in the INDYCAR community are asking, “Who will be Danica’s replacement?” The real question should be, “Who will be Danica’s successor?”
This year’s activity at the Speedway was highlighted by the dominance of Mario Andretti, the surprise race victory of Al Unser, and the large number of pre-race crashes. On the home front, my usual happiness at this time of the year was tempered considerably by the serious illness and hospitalization of Dad.
Oriol Servia, JR Hildebrand, and Tony Kanaan talk about the DW12 and the 2012 IICS season.
The State of INDYCAR has concluded, and Paul offers his insight on what he takes away from it.
INDYCAR CEO Randy Bernard addresses INDYCAR Mobile, Milwaukee, SMI, and more at the State of INDYCAR conference.
This year’s race was certainly one that will be remembered for a long time by anybody who saw it. It was the closest 1-2-3 finish in race history, the second-closest 1-2 finish in race history, the second time in five years that the race was red flagged before it started, the first race completed in less than three hours, the first race to be telecast live, and the first time since 1915 that the entire race had to be postponed from its original scheduled date.
In good times and in bad, Pippa Mann continues to find ways to connect with the INDYCAR Nation on a personal basis, one fan at a time.
Now that INDYCAR have released its findings of the Wheldon investigation, Paul examines what he likes and doesn’t like in the report.
Paul rebuffs outside accusations that INDYCAR foresaw the type of incident that occurred at Las Vegas Motor Speedway but did nothing to prevent it.
Paul remembers Dan Wheldon as a champion, both on the track and off.