Posts Tagged ‘Tony Cotman’
[INDYCAR PR] Turns 1 and 2 have been widened for this weekend’s Itaipava Indy São Paulo 300 presented by Nestlé, which should ease the crunch on restarts and result in faster lap times.
This milestone podcast features an in-depth interview with Tony Cotman, a chat with Edmonton native Mike Cockrall, and discussions of the Vegas contenders and the 2012 team-to-engine count.
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.
As More Front Wing kicks off our 2010 IndyCar Off-season Interview Series, we speak with Tony Cotman, Project Manager for the 2012 INDYCAR program.
Paul’s Saturday thoughts from the 2010 event at Chicagoland Speedway.
A statement has been released by the IZOD IndyCar Series naming Tony Cotman as Project Manager for the 2012 ICONIC project.
In the days since The Block, the chatter within the IndyCar community has been incessant. Brian Barnhart has defended the rule. Tony Cotman has defended the rule. The vast majority of drivers are backing it as well (everyone but Helio, it seems) with some taking the time to publicly explain the justification for it. Pressdog has tossed his hat into the ring in its favor. However, the vast majority of the masses are still wielding torches and pitchforks and screaming for justice.
Could we have asked for a better season opener? Yesterday’s track issues were sorted out perfectly (with thanks due to Tony Cotman and the team at NZR Consulting), and the IZOD IndyCar Series responded by offering up drama in spades — albeit with a bit of help from Mother Nature.
Why are you staring at me like that? It’s because I made some derogatory comments about the track surfacing issues at Daytona, isn’t it? I had a feeling that was going to come back to bite me. (I didn’t expect it to happen so soon, though.)