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Josef Newgarden’s maturity and self-awareness set him apart from other racers in his class — and set him up ideally for rapid career growth.
In this More Front Wing special feature, IndyCar racer Pippa Mann sits down with Danilo Estrela, a rookie driving in the USF2000 series with Belardi Auto Racing, to compare notes on what it’s like for a career road racer to take those first race laps in an open-wheel car on an oval. Their conclusion: it’s harder than you think!
More Front Wing’s USF2000 blogger, Daniel Burkett, had a very difficult weekend at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course — from his 18-hour drive from Winnipeg to an unexpected race in the rain and a trip to the hospital for a concussion. Here, Daniel recounts for More Front Wing the entire event from his perspective.
As a fourth first-time winner joins the ranks for 2013, the More Front Wing crew offers our first impressions of the Honda Indy 200 at Mid-Ohio.
Day 2 of More Front Wing’s live blog from Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course for the Honda Indy 200.
Welcome to the first edition of the More Front Wing weekend live blog! This weekend, Steph is on the ground at the Honda Indy 200 at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course and is providing updates on the action all weekend long.
With so much talent driving in the Mazda Road to Indy, now seems like a good time to let the best of the best show what they can do in an Indy car.
With a bit more experience under her belt, Glass Hammer Racing–backed midget racer Jessica Bean recently spoke to Pippa Mann about how her foray into road racing has progressed.
In this guest column for More Front Wing, Canadian USF2000 racer Daniel Burkett offers a start-to-finish blog of his experiences from a weekend racing in front of a Canadian crowd in a Mazda Road to Indy series for the first time.
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.