Posts Tagged ‘Road to Indy’
The 2011 Firestone Indy Lights calendar was released yesterday, and it revealed a few surprises — some good, some potentially less-than-good, and some that lead to more questions.
In this episode of the More Front Wing podcast, Joe Berkemeier from TrackSideOnline.com joins Paul to discuss the recent Chevrolet announcement and the IndyCar silly season.
Sage Karam, the inaugural champion of the relaunched USF2000 National Championship, laid down a thoroughly dominant season under the tutelage and experience of Andretti Autosport. His performance has garnered quite a bit of attention, the latest being a nomination for Sports Illustrated SportsKid of the Year 2010.
Bash’s Saturday thoughts on the 2010 event at Infineon Raceway.
In a special feature, guest contributor Ashley Wilson takes a look at Andretti Autosport’s USF2000 star Sage Karam and his dedication to a cause that is helping children around the world.
Sunday thoughts from the streets of St. Petersburg.
Saturday thoughts from the streets of St. Petersburg.
In response to a recent post on the current flaws with the Road to Indy feeder system, Planet-IRL has been contacted by Tony George, Jr., the Manager of Business Development for the Firestone Indy Lights series. With his permission, his response is provided for your perusal.
It’s been said that a dose of heavy criticism goes over best when softened with a bit of positivity. So, let’s start with something positive: establishing a clear ladder system to guide young American driving talent into IndyCars is a massive step in the right direction, and it’s one that was sorely needed. However, a great deal of work needs to be done before the Road to Indy can be considered viable.