Posts Tagged ‘Indy 500’
[IMS PR] Throughout his racing career, Tony Kanaan has hungered to see his face on the Borg-Warner Trophy as one of the spoils of victory for winning the Indianapolis 500. That long-sought achievement was finally realized Dec. 2 during an unveiling ceremony at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Hall of Fame Museum.
Alex Tagliani and Barracuda Racing have all the tools to turn around their 2013 season. All they need is a little bit of good luck.
In her latest article for the Toronto Star Wheels, Steph looks at the common bond that draws hundreds of thousands of people to Indianapolis every year: tradition.
On this week’s More Front Wing podcast, Paul and Steph analyze the 2013 Indianapolis 500 from flag to flag and discuss the news that JR Hildebrand is out of his ride at Panther Racing before previewing the upcoming Chevrolet Indy Dual in Detroit presented by Quicken Loans.
Watch as MFW’s Steph Wallcraft takes two hot laps around Indianapolis Motor Speedway in a Chevrolet Hot Wheels Camaro driven by Stefan Wilson.
After finally making our way back home, the staff of More Front Wing offer up our first impressions following the 97th running of the Greatest Spectacle in Racing.
Chad undertakes an in-depth study in Tony Kanaan’s career at Indianapolis amid speculation of whether this will finally be his year for glory.
Need something to throw into your iPod for your drive to the Speedway? This week’s show has plenty to offer: interviews with James Hinchcliffe and Alex Tagliani; Indy 500 trivia with MFW’s Paul Dalbey and George Phillips of Oilpressure.com; the winners of our trivia contests; our picks for the winner of Sunday’s great race; and much more!
While some bumping was expected in setting the field for the 97th running of the Indianapolis 500, Chad reports that the 34th challenge never materialized.
With a little Hoosier and genuinely great guy winning the pole, Chad reports that it was an incredible finish to what was another exciting Pole Day at Indianapolis.
Fast Friday at IMS brought fast speeds, a torrential downpour, and uncertainty about who is ready to make a serious run at the Pole Position.
Today saw the first on-track incident of the month, but Conor Daly walked away and it was otherwise a more fruitful day than expected at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.