Articles By: Steph Wallcraft
For the past two years, Graham Rahal says, he’s worked for a racing business. Now that he’s working with a group he considers family, the results are coming quickly.
Now entering his third year in the IZOD IndyCar Series and his second with Andretti Autosport, James Hinchcliffe knows that he’s in prime position — and it’s time to produce results.
IndyCar refugee Ryan Briscoe proved his mettle by solidly pulling his weight in Level 5′s P2 class win at the ALMS 12 Hours of Sebring. Simon Pagenaud and reigning IndyCar champ Ryan Hunter-Reay formed two-thirds of the second-place P2 effort.
Steph feels that dropping the youth ticket prices for IndyCar races is a very wise move and should be done at as many events as possible.
Jenna Fryer at the Associated Press has acquired a copy of Boston Consulting Group’s report to the Hulman-George family. Here, Steph offers her off-the-cuff reactions to some of its key recommendations.
Steph looks at some of the pre-season advertising choices made by Green Savoree Promotions in Toronto and the opportunities that were missed as a result.
If you’ll be in Indianapolis on March 9th, there’s a big event happening you won’t want to miss — a tour of the Dallara factory and a fundraiser to benefit the Graham Rahal Foundation with driver appearances, the street-legal IndyCar two-seater, an iRacing competition, and much more!
Cracks have formed in the foundation of TRUECar Racing’s Women Empowered initiative, and Steph mourns the loss to women in all corners of the sport.
An unparalleled generosity offered by a fellow fan inspires Steph to reflect on the amazing camaraderie to be found within the IndyCar community.
Steph offers a rundown of the results posted by IZOD IndyCar Series regulars in GRAND-AM’s 51st Rolex 24 at Daytona.
Steph takes a detailed look at some of the key updates to IZOD IndyCar Series rules and procedures released over the past few days.
Steph wraps up her series on Fixing IndyCar with a few final points and a dose of optimism.