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IndyCar’s 2021 Long Beach Grand Prix Is Actually Going To Be Its Season Finale

The 2021 IndyCar schedule is already facing its first big change as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. The Long Beach Grand Prix, one of IndyCar’s crowning events, will no longer take place in April as normal. Instead, it’s moving to September 26, 2021, and it will become IndyCar’s season finale. Read more… Continue Reading […]

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F1 World Champion And Indy 500 Winner Emerson Fittipaldi Turns 74 Today

74 years ago today, a baby named Emerson Fittipaldi was born in São Paulo, Brazil. His family couldn’t have known it at the time, but Fittipaldi would grow up to become one of the most iconic racing drivers of his era, with wins and championships to his name across countless disciplines.Read more… Continue Reading at […]

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Romain Grosjean Isn’t So Keen On IndyCar After His Horror Bahrain F1 Crash

Romain Grosjean has had one hell of a month. From being forced to explore options outside of Formula One for the 2021 season to his horrifying crash on the first lap of the Bahrain Grand Prix to now wondering what the future holds, the Frenchman has pretty much had his life turned upside down. But […]

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Romain Grosjean Isn’t So Keen On IndyCar After His Horror Bahrain F1 Crash

Romain Grosjean has had one hell of a month. From being forced to explore options outside of Formula One for the 2021 season to his horrifying crash on the first lap of the Bahrain Grand Prix to now wondering what the future holds, the Frenchman has pretty much had his life turned upside down. But […]

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IndyCar Makes Good On Its Diversity Promise With All-Black Feeder Series Team Force Indy

Back in July, IndyCar announced that it was making diversity a primary goal of the series with its Race For Equality & Change program. Like a lot of motorsport programs announced at the time, it was pretty vague in its details and concrete goals—but some of the first benefits are popping up. Earlier this week, […]

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IndyCar Makes Good On Its Diversity Promise With All-Black Feeder Series Team Force Indy

Back in July, IndyCar announced that it was making diversity a primary goal of the series with its Race For Equality & Change program. Like a lot of motorsport programs announced at the time, it was pretty vague in its details and concrete goals—but some of the first benefits are popping up. Earlier this week, […]

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I’m Imagining The Alternate Universe 6 Underground Suggests By Showing Indy Cars In Abu Dhabi

Listen. I might be behind the curve on this, but I don’t watch enough TV to have commercials make an impression on me, but with my husband mainlining election news, I’ve noticed something that needs to come to the larger crowd. Are those Indy cars in the 6 Underground Abu Dhabi commercial?Read more… Continue Reading […]

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Scott McLaughlin’s Expectations For His IndyCar Debut

Three-time Supercars champion Scott McLaughlin will finally have his shot at an IndyCar Series debut. Originally scheduled to compete in the Indianapolis Grand Prix in May, the COVID-19 pandemic forced the New Zealander to put his open-wheel plans on hold. But today at the Grand Prix of St. Petersburg, he’ll be…Read more… Continue Reading at […]

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Scott McLaughlin’s Expectations For His IndyCar Debut

Three-time Supercars champion Scott McLaughlin will finally have his shot at an IndyCar Series debut. Originally scheduled to compete in the Indianapolis Grand Prix in May, the COVID-19 pandemic forced the New Zealander to put his open-wheel plans on hold. But today at the Grand Prix of St. Petersburg, he’ll be…Read more… Continue Reading at […]

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Will Power Takes IndyCar St. Pete Pole, Championship Contenders To Start Farther Back

Tomorrow’s Grand Prix of St. Petersburg marks the IndyCar Series’ final event and the one that will decide the championship contender. But at the end of a messy qualifying session came a little bit of the familiar: Will Power took pole position for the last race of the year.Read more… Continue Reading at https://jalopnik.com

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Will Power Takes IndyCar St. Pete Pole, Championship Contenders To Start Farther Back

Tomorrow’s Grand Prix of St. Petersburg marks the IndyCar Series’ final event and the one that will decide the championship contender. But at the end of a messy qualifying session came a little bit of the familiar: Will Power took pole position for the last race of the year.Read more… Continue Reading at https://jalopnik.com

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Out Of 19,872 Championship Possibilities, Josef Newgarden Only Has A One Percent Chance Of Defending His IndyCar Title

The NTT IndyCar Series championship is coming to a close on Sunday, and the battle for the Astor Cup has come down to the very last race. Right now, there are 19,872 different outcomes for championship contenders Josef Newgarden and Scott Dixon to score points—and only one percent of those outcomes will secure…Read more… Continue […]

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