Posts Tagged ‘Andretti Autosport’
At a fan Q&A session at the Canadian Motorsports Expo this past weekend, James Hinchcliffe discussed a number of points relating to the DW12 and the new engine formula, his new team and its plans for 2012, and many other topics, and he did so with his characteristic optimism and affability.
More Front Wing is proud to profile the individuals who work behind the scenes to keep the IZOD IndyCar Series on track. This latest installment of Featured Team Member profiles Neil Campbell, Rear End Mechanic for Andretti Autosport.
Paul and Steph are joined by some of their fellow IZOD IndyCar Series bloggers to break down the events of last weekend and preview this weekend’s Indianapolis 500.
Neither Paul nor Steph has anything to add on this topic that hasn’t already been said by many fans. Instead, we’ve opted to use this space to give those fans a more collected voice.
Paul shares news and observations from Pole Day at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
In this special series of Featured Team Member profiles, More Front Wing is proud to share memories from the individuals who work behind the scenes at the Indianapolis 500. This latest installment profiles Kyle Moyer, General Manager for Andretti Autosport.
Paul lets loose on the folly and foibles of the 37th running of the Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach.
Paul breaks down the Honda Grand Prix of St. Petersburg and wraps up his on-site coverage of the weekend.
Paul highlights the high and low points of qualifying day and the race morning warm-up for the Honda Grand Prix of St. Pete.
Anyone connected to the IZOD IndyCar Series admits that this has been the best off-season for American open-wheel racing in recent memory. Unlike the last dozen years, there is little to no talk of politics, abysmal car counts, or races leaving the schedule.
In this episode of the More Front Wing podcast, Joe Berkemeier from TrackSideOnline.com joins Paul to discuss the recent Chevrolet announcement and the IndyCar silly season.
Sage Karam, the inaugural champion of the relaunched USF2000 National Championship, laid down a thoroughly dominant season under the tutelage and experience of Andretti Autosport. His performance has garnered quite a bit of attention, the latest being a nomination for Sports Illustrated SportsKid of the Year 2010.