Posts Tagged ‘Indianapolis 500’
[SPM PR] Jacques Villeneuve is slated to make first Indy car start at Indianapolis since his 1995 victory.
Country superstar Jason Aldean to headline Indy 500 pre-race concert as part of Legends Day Presented by Firestone May 24 at IMS.
Paul looks back on a busy qualifying weekend for the 97th Running of the Indianapolis 500 and presents his thoughts on some of the recent changes to the qualifying format for the Greatest Spectacle in Racing while adding some ideas of his own.
[INDYCAR PR] The team has confirmed that it will field a second entry in the 2012 Indianapolis 500.
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.
Paul and Steph are joined this week by SPEED’s Robin Miller and 2005 Indianapolis 500 and IZOD IndyCar Series champion Dan Wheldon.
The initial entry list for the Centennial Running of the Indianapolis 500 has 35 drivers confirmed to 42 entries.
Paul and Steph are joined by Sarah Fisher Racing driver Ed Carpenter to discuss recent events in the IZOD IndyCar Series through the eyes of a driver.
The More Front Wing podcast returns for another season as Paul and Steph preview the 2011 IZOD IndyCar Series season with special guest Jake Query.
Most of our readers likely know by now about the exhibit of Indianapolis 500 winning cars that is now on display at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Representing 71 victories in the Greatest Spectacle in Racing, these 67 cars represent the pinnacle of achievement at the world’s greatest race course. On paper, one can easily appreciate the […]
The sensational time trial run of Tom Sneva, the first new winning average speed in 12 years, and seeing the first scheduled day of time trials with one of my children were the highlights of this year’s activities for me.
One of the hot-topic issues preceding this year’s Month of May has been Randy Bernard’s quest to see the track records broken in an exhibition run. The stunt would garner attention, but breaking records at Indy needs to be done right.