Posts Tagged ‘Tony Kanaan’
The More Front Wing podcast returns for another season as Paul and Steph preview the 2011 IZOD IndyCar Series season with special guest Jake Query.
Here’s Bash’s list of things she’d like to see in INDYCAR in 2011. What’s on your wish list?
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.
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.
Steph’s Saturday thoughts from the 2010 event at Chicagoland Speedway.
Paul’s Friday thoughts from the 2010 event at Chicagoland Speedway.
Podcast episode 28: Featuring Tony Kanaan. From our earliest beginnings back at Planet-IRL.com.
Much ado has been made in recent days over the issue of whether lapped cars have a duty to make way for lead-lap cars that come up behind them. Three specific incidents in the last two races have been of particular interest.
An interview with Tony Kanaan.
“Holy cow, girl. Will you please shut up about Greg Moore already?” I will — in just a minute. This has an external point, I promise. Bear with me.
Since I’m stuck for 6+ hours at the Seattle airport, I’ve got plenty of time to jot down some thoughts on what we’ve seen in the IndyCar season so far. I haven’t reviewed anything, so whatever comes to mind are those events that really stick out.
You know what take mega-juevos? When you see someone strapped into a car that is ablaze and you run straight for it to help out in any way possible. What’s even more gutsy and impressive is when that person in that car is your competition, someone you set out to beat week after week after week.