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Paul takes a look at what happened with INDYCAR Race Control in the first race of the doubleheader on the Streets of Toronto.
Steph presents two IndyCar-related profiles that were published in Toronto Star Wheels ahead of this weekend’s double-header races in Toronto.
Chad examines the most likely scenario under which Ed Carpenter might secure his team a championship: giving up the reins on road and street courses to Mike Conway.
John Lingle shares his thoughts and observations following his first day at the track covering IndyCar for More Front Wing.
In her latest article for the Toronto Star Wheels, Steph looks at the common bond that draws hundreds of thousands of people to Indianapolis every year: tradition.
Watch as MFW’s Steph Wallcraft takes two hot laps around Indianapolis Motor Speedway in a Chevrolet Hot Wheels Camaro driven by Stefan Wilson.
Chad undertakes an in-depth study in Tony Kanaan’s career at Indianapolis amid speculation of whether this will finally be his year for glory.
While they are able to paint a perfect picture in our minds of what is going on during the race, we don’t get to see the Greatest Spectacle in Racing through the eyes of the people behind the IMS Radio Network — until now.
Alex Tagliani spoke candidly with More Front Wing earlier this week on his concerns that aero kits will hurt the smaller teams and that INDYCAR’s blocking rules need to be more clearly defined.
James Hinchcliffe won’t turn down a win, but he’s willing to make his views on the finish in São Paulo very clear. “Josef Newgarden should have won that race,” he says. “Takuma [Sato] blocked Josef.”
While some bumping was expected in setting the field for the 97th running of the Indianapolis 500, Chad reports that the 34th challenge never materialized.
With a little Hoosier and genuinely great guy winning the pole, Chad reports that it was an incredible finish to what was another exciting Pole Day at Indianapolis.