Posts Tagged ‘Randy Bernard’
Bash offers her thoughts and reviews the events from Saturday 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.
During his media availability this afternoon at St. Pete, Randy Bernard responded to Roger Penske’s comments about the Vegas challenge. He also touched on the speed exhibition at Indy, the earthquake damage at Motegi, and the continuing issues with the loss of live streaming video.
Anyone connected to the IZOD IndyCar Series admits that this has been the best off-season for American open-wheel racing in recent memory. Unlike the last dozen years, there is little to no talk of politics, abysmal car counts, or races leaving the schedule.
Five weeks removed from Dario Franchitti’s clinching of the championship, Paul looks back at the highlights of the 2010 IZOD IndyCar Series.
Paul’s Saturday thoughts from the 2010 event at Chicagoland Speedway.
Bash’s Saturday thoughts on the 2010 event at Infineon Raceway.
In today’s edition of Counterpoint, Paul and Steph weigh the pros and cons of Tuesday’s announcement. First up is Paul’s view against the concept, followed by Steph’s view in favor.
The first hints that what we thought we knew of the 2011 schedule was going off the rails came while chatting with Randy Bernard on the Mid-Ohio race weekend. We learned that imminent announcements of 2011 NASCAR dates at that time were having a greater impact on the plans of the IZOD IndyCar Series than expected. With many of those announcements having now taken place, things appear to be back on track.
Steph’s Saturday thoughts from the 2010 Honda 200 at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course.
The CEO of the IZOD IndyCar Series, Randy Bernard, was kind enough to sit with me this afternoon to discuss a few current topics of interest.
It’s been a little over a month since we last looked at the 2011 schedule, and things have changed some since then. Some revised speculation appears to be in order.