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A Ramble on Tires, Push and the Future

As the season reaches the halfway point the future of indycar is starting to look quite bright. Something as simple as an in-depth look at the odd link between downforce, pushy racecars and tires, a bone of contention in their … Continue reading

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Will Dallara Come to the Rescue, Again?

In 1996, Arie Luyendyk broke the single lap record at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway with a speed of 237.498 miles per hour. During that same qualifying attempt, he also broke the four lap average qualifying record with a speed of … Continue reading

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How I Saw it… The Yellow Free Doube-Shot Edition

Another one in the books at Mid-Ohio, and still not a single yellow to be seen in two races. I’m really liking this kinder and gentler, but way more hardcore style of racing we have seen the last few weeks. … Continue reading

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How Fast is Fast… How Slow is Slow?

218. Miles. Per. Hour… in 2012. My how things have changed. It seems so slow; last year we were at 224 on pole day; a drop of six mile an hour! And the year before we were at 227. We … Continue reading

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