Archive for the ‘Interviews’ Category
More Front Wing continues our Centennial Interview Series with the winner of the 1985 Indianapolis 500, Danny Sullivan.
More Front Wing continues our Centennial Interview Series with the winner of the 1983 Indianapolis 500, Tom Sneva.
More Front Wing continues our Centennial Interview Series with the winner of the 1969 Indianapolis 500, Mario Andretti.
More Front Wing kicks off our Centennial Interview Series with the winner of the 1963 Indianapolis 500, Parnelli Jones.
INDYCAR President of Competition Brian Barnhart officially addresses several controversies stemming from the Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach
On this edition of More Front Wing’s Off-season Interview Series, 2010 Indianapolis 500 Rookie of the Year and driver of the newly-christened #78 Nuclear Clean Air Energy/Entergy Dallara for HVM Racing Simona de Silvestro discusses what she takes away from a successful 2010 IZOD IndyCar Series campaign and looks forward to a very promising 2011. […]
Longtime IMS Radio Network announcer and Indianapolis broadcasting legend Howdy Bell talks about some of the highlights of broadcasting almost 50 years of the Indianapolis 500.
This latest installment of More Front Wing’s Off-season Interview Season sees us catch up with Alex Tagliani on the heels of FAZZT Race Team’s announcement involving Chinese driver Ho-Pin Tung.
As More Front Wing kicks off our 2010 IndyCar Off-season Interview Series, we speak with Tony Cotman, Project Manager for the 2012 INDYCAR program.
AJ Foyt sits down with More Front Wing to discuss the current state of the IZOD IndyCar Series and to share his view on its future.
At Chicagoland Speedway, More Front Wing spoke with Brian Barnhart about a wide range of topics, including the Texas Twin Sprints, the terms of the probations currently being served by Helio Castroneves and Milka Duno, his application of the blocking/defending rules, and his thoughts on the drivers forming a unified organization.
Today’s Around the Paddock segment features Mario Andretti, Keith Wiggins, Bobby Rahal, Dale Coyne, Simona de Silvestro, and Al Speyer of Firestone.