Posts Tagged ‘IZOD IndyCar Series – Marketing’
Many in the INDYCAR community are asking, “Who will be Danica’s replacement?” The real question should be, “Who will be Danica’s successor?”
In response to More Front Wing’s commentary last week on INDYCAR’s involvement in social media, INDYCAR invited us to spend some time with Kate Guerra, the sanctioning body’s new Manager of Social Media.
INDYCAR has once again being scooped by NASCAR on an innovation it was first to embrace. INDYCAR needs to take a long, hard look at the reasons why.
INDYCAR CEO Randy Bernard addresses INDYCAR Mobile, Milwaukee, SMI, and more at the State of INDYCAR conference.
[INDYCAR PR] The IZOD IndyCar Series confirmed today its broadcast designations for its 16-race 2012 schedule, highlighted by six races on ABC and 10 events on the newly rebranded NBC Sports Network.
[INDYCAR PR] Milwaukee has been officially announced as the 16th race of the 2012 schedule to take place on June 15-16.
[INDYCAR PR] Ed Carpenter Racing and Lotus Dragon Racing have been selected by INDYCAR for the last two spots of its 20-team Leaders Circle program.
INDYCAR has chosen its final Leader Circle contract recipients based on their ability to contribute to the growth of the sport. Ending the assumption that all teams are entitled to free handouts can only have positive results.
This week, tens of thousands of football fans, journalists, tourists, and talking heads will descend on Indianapolis as it prepares to host Super Bowl XLVI. How can INDYCAR benefit?
Bash previews her weekend’s coverage of this weekend’s IZOD INDYCAR World Championships at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
Steph shares her observations from Saturday’s events at the Honda Indy Toronto.
Terry Angstadt said recently on 1070 The Fan that IZOD IndyCar Series fans can expect to see races added to the schedule in relatively short order from two of the following locations: Brazil, Mexico City, China, and Qatar. Here’s why the latter two destinations are very bad ideas.