Posts Tagged ‘IZOD IndyCar Series – Technical’
[INDYCAR PR] Lotus has confirmed that it will reduce the number of its engine leases from five to three for the remainder of the IZOD IndyCar Series season by making offers to Bryan Herta Autosport and Dreyer & Reinbold Racing to end their agreements.
[INDYCAR PR] The entries piloted by Katherine Legge and Oriol Servia will be among those serving 10-position penalties on Sunday’s starting grid.
Paul hates the INDYCAR “unapproved engine change” but feels changing the rule now would question the integrity of the sport
George Phillips of Oilpressure joins us this week to review the Honda Indy Grand Prix of Alabama at Barber Motorsports Park.
COUNTERPOINT returns for another season as Paul and Steph duke it out on the subject of whether the new car lived up to the hype. (Oddly enough, despite taking opposing sides of the argument — they agree!)
Steph and Paul welcome Tony DiZinno from RACER Magazine for More Front Wing’s 2012 season preview podcast.
[INDYCAR PR] The native setup in the DW12 is for left-foot braking. Some drivers, like Helio Castroneves and Tony Kanaan, are learning to adapt. But Dario Franchitti requested — and received — a right-foot brake retrofit.
The State of INDYCAR has concluded, and Paul offers his insight on what he takes away from it.
[Firestone PR] Firestone has announced its intention to remain with the IZOD IndyCar Series through 2014 and renewed its commitment as official tire and title sponsor of Firestone Indy Lights through 2012.
[INDYCAR PR] Sporting and technical regulations that comprise the 2012 IZOD IndyCar Series rulebook were distributed electronically to teams today by INDYCAR.
Now that INDYCAR have released its findings of the Wheldon investigation, Paul examines what he likes and doesn’t like in the report.
It’s the time of year when seasonal carols sing of bells ringing. But for many in the INDYCAR community, the only bells they’re hearing are the sounding of alarms.