Posts Tagged ‘Al Unser Jr.’
Thanks to some skillful interviewing by SPEED’s Marshall Pruett, we now have a better idea of what goes on in Race Control during an event. Unfortunately, the revelations offered by Al Unser, Jr.’s comments have only served to worsen the predicament.
Randy Bernard announced on Tuesday that a $5 million prize is on offer to any non-IndyCar driver who can beat the entire field of Series regulars at Las Vegas. If all of these takers pan out, INDYCAR could have a near-impossible task at hand in having to narrow the list down to five challengers.
This first Counterpoint article focuses on the pros and cons of races hosted on city streets.
All right. Let’s dive into an offshoot topic from yesterday’s post. The overall question: why aren’t we more invested in the drivers these days? A lack of meaningful rivalries was one of the first things that came to mind.