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More Front Wing continues its series of excerpts from “Hard Luck Lloyd.” In this second excerpt, titled ‘I blew a wheel,’ we get an inside look at the 1967 Indianapolis 500 and the slow-talking Texan’s response to his team’s tire woes.
Juan Pablo Montoya took his first turn behind the wheel of one of Roger Penske’s IndyCar’s last week, which ensured that the discussion once again turned to whether he would be the one to bring IndyCar back from the brink. But the sport’s other imports have struggled to find the results fans crave.
Belardi Auto Racing has become the first USF2000 team to formally finalize its lineup for 2014 with its announcement of Nico Jamin as the fourth and final driver for the squad.
In the coming weeks we will be running excerpts from “Hard Luck Lloyd” to help generate interest for the release of this new book authored by MFW contributor John Lingle. This first excerpt tells the story of how Lloyd learned to fight for himself in the rough and tumble world of midget racing.
Hard Luck Lloyd, a biography of USAC legend Lloyd Ruby written by MFW columnist John Lingle, is now available for purchase from Racemaker Press and will ship in time for Christmas.
The sun is about to set on the 2013 IZOD IndyCar Series season, and More Front Wing is on the scene to bring you minute-by-minute updates on all the action!
MFW co-editors Paul Dalbey and Steph Wallcraft are on the ground at Auto Club Speedway in Fontana, California, to provide live updates of the IZOD IndyCar Series 2013 season finale. Check back on this page often to follow along!
It’s down to the wire and the title is on the line. Who will win it all? Here, the More Front Wing crew makes our predictions for who will be crowned the 2013 IZOD IndyCar Series champion.
MFW’s USF2000 blogger, Daniel Burkett, reports on his experiences from the season finale weekend in Houston, Texas.
We’re proud to announce the third and final organization in our charity support initiative, the Cancer Support Community of Central Indiana.
There are only two drivers in the Mazda Road to Indy who are truly happy at the moment: Matthew Brabham and Scott Hargrove, the recipients of the Mazda champions’ scholarships. For the rest of the feeder system’s stars, their futures remain uncertain.
With the conclusion of the final rounds of the 2013 USF2000 and Pro Mazda seasons at the Grand Prix of Houston, the eyes of the Mazda Road to Indy inevitably swing towards next year and the inevitable search for sponsorship. But on the final night of the year, Dan Andersen and his team at Andersen Promotions paused to host the 2013 Pro Mazda and USF2000 Awards Banquet at The St. Regis Hotel in Houston. IndyCar driver and Mazda Road to Indy graduate Tristan Vautier was on hand to help with awards presentations, and the champion drivers, teams, and mechanics for 2013 were crowned.