Posts Tagged ‘Sage Karam’
In this first part of a two-part series, MFW’s John Lingle looks at IndyCar driver statistics from this past weekend’s Rolex 24 and compares them to those of their sports car teammates to revealing results.
[FIL PR] Patience aided 18 year old Sage Karam from Nazareth, Pa., who clinched his first title with a third-place finish. Carlos Muñoz, driving the No. 26 Dialy-Ser car for Andretti Autosport, won his fourth race of the season, holding off Gabby Chaves by .9966 of a second. Karam was 3.7 seconds behind.
On this week’s More Front Wing podcast, we turn the spotlight on the run for the Firestone Indy Lights championship and speak with the current points leader in that series, Schmidt Peterson Motorsport’s Sage Karam.
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.
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.