Posts Tagged ‘Dallara Automobili’

New speedway body work gets first on-track test at IMS today

New speedway body work gets first on-track test at IMS today

[INDYCAR PR] Today’s test at Indianapolis Motor Speedway will see the debut of the speedway body work for the DW12. Fans can watch the action from the South Terrace and the Turn 2 Mounds from 9 AM to 12 PM and 1 PM to 5 PM.

MFW podcast episode 59

MFW podcast episode 59

Paul in joined by IMS Radio Network anchor Mike King to preview the IZOD IndyCar Series Season Finale at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.

Off-season Interview Series — Tony Cotman

Off-season Interview Series — Tony Cotman

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.

Chicagoland: Steph’s Saturday thoughts

Chicagoland: Steph’s Saturday thoughts

Steph’s Saturday thoughts from the 2010 event at Chicagoland Speedway.

Initial reactions to the 2012 chassis strategy announcement

There’s a lot of deeper consideration to go into the content of today’s ICONIC Committee announcement, but here’s an off-the-cuff response.

An interlude with a casual fan

Yep — I’m about to base an entire blog post on a 15-minute conversation that I had in an airport. But here’s the thing: it was a great conversation. And it provided quite a bit of insight into the potential fan base that us hardcore types don’t necessarily encounter every day.

Panther Racing’s John Barnes discusses the DeltaWing proposal

2012 that was the topic of conversation when Panther Racing co-owner John Barnes spoke with Planet-IRL recently.

More images of the 2012 designs from Dallara

More images of the 2012 designs from Dallara

More images from the proposed Dallara designs are coming forth.

Sneak Peak of the proposed 2012 IndyCar chassis from Dallara

Sneak Peak of the proposed 2012 IndyCar chassis from Dallara

Planet-IRL has obtained the first images of designs submitted to the Indy Racing League for the 2012 IZOD IndyCar Series Chassis.