Posts Tagged ‘IZOD IndyCar Series – Scheduling’
Marshall Pruett joins us for this week’s podcast to review this past weekend’s Indy Grand Prix of Sonoma.
Bash wraps up her weekend coverage of the 2011 Indy Grand Prix of Sonoma at Infineon Raceway.
In this edition of Counterpoint, Paul and Steph debate whether Randy Bernard should listen to the sport’s current fans when planning the season schedule.
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.
In this edition of Counterpoint, Paul and Steph debate whether INDYCAR should be pursuing a second event in Brazil.
INDYCAR announced today that the IICS will not be returning to the track in 2012, citing differing business directions. This announcement should not be considered surprising, and few will be sad to see it go.
Back in early November when it was announced that Edmonton had been removed from the IZOD IndyCar Series schedule, it was suggested that the debacle was a sad situation. Well, the race is back — but unfortunately, it’s still a pretty sad situation.
Five weeks removed from Dario Franchitti’s clinching of the championship, Paul looks back at the highlights of the 2010 IZOD IndyCar Series.
Following a harried blitz of breaking news stories that tore across racing’s corner of the internet yesterday evening, the announcement became official today that the Honda Indy Edmonton will not be returning to the 2011 schedule after all.
The IZOD IndyCar Series announced its mostly final schedule for the 2011 season today at the Milwaukee Mile. Highlights include a return to the Milwaukee Mile, new races at New Hampshire and Baltimore, and the 95th Indianapolis 500 on May 29, 2011.
This week’s episode of the More Front Wing podcast covers a review of the events at Chicagoland and Kentucky, discussion of the respective futures of Dan Wheldon and Panther Racing, predictions for the 2011 IICS schedule, an interview with Eddie Gossage, and a look ahead to the AJ Foyt Oval Championship and the status of the overall Series championship heading into Motegi.