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Patrick Added to NBC Sports Indy 500 Coverage(?)

Editor’s note: This is a complete opinion piece. Prepare yourself. Since rescuing my dog, Boomer, back in November, he has quickly become one of the loves of my life. Still, my 68-pound man-child of a dog still does things that absolutely frustrate me. Like the other night, when he pulled one of my favorite hats…

Rosenqvist Impresses in IndyCar Debut

One of the common themes from last weekend’s NTT IndyCar action at St. Pete was the superlatives directed towards Chip Ganassi Racing pilot Felix Rosenqvist and his impressive run that culminated with a fourth-place finish in the race itself. The 27-year-old from Sweden was at the top of the speed charts in practice, qualified in…

Newgarden Dominates the Streets of St. Pete, Wins IndyCar Opener

It took eight tries, but Josef Newgarden finally figured out the streets of St. Pete. In his previous seven NTT IndyCar races at the Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg, the 28-year-old Team Penske driver had never finished better than seventh. He greatly improved on that record Sunday, as he led 59 of the final…

Another Beautiful day in Paradise

Indycar has done it again in my opinion, St. Pete was a great opener to what is sure to be a fantastic season! The fans were out in amazing numbers and were more than ready to get the year rolling. And boy did the drivers and teams deliver! I am going to just give a...

Power Wins 8th Pole at St. Pete

The streets of St. Petersburg have been really good to Will Power over the years, as he has captured seven pole positions and has twice (2011, 2015) won the Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg. Power, piloting the No. 12 Penske Chevy once again dominated the competition Saturday, using a last-lap flyer just as time…

Friday Practice 2: Floridians Hunter-Reay, Pigot Lead the Way

Racers never truly get to have “home games”, but the Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg has recently been good to Floridians. Sebastien Bourdais, who lives about 10 minutes from the 14-turn, 1.8-mile temporary street circuit, has won the last two races here, and Friday afternoon, two more Florida natives found their way to the…

Will Power Looking for “Consistency” in 2019

For any other driver, winning the 2018 Indianapolis 500 and finishing third in the NTT IndyCar Series season points standings would be a pretty solid year. Will Power doesn’t roll that way. A handful of bad results in was what really kept the Penske Racing driver from running away from the field last season, and…

Indy 500 Qualifying Changes…Again

Depending on who you ask, qualifying for the 2018 Indianapolis 500 was either a hit — or a complete disaster. For everything that went right, something went wrong, at least in the eyes of many fans. While 35 entries meant there was bumping for the first time in a while, at the end of the…

Five Thoughts from the COTA Test

The first full-field IndyCar test session rolled out earlier the week at Circuit of the Americas in Austin, Tex., and it really produced an interesting mix of results. Here are my Top 5 thoughts. 1) COTA Is Freaking Beautiful The first part of that statement I knew already as I spent a weekend in September…

Welcome to The Pit Lane Parley Experience with Harding Steinbrenner Racing

In addition to our weekly episodes, we at Pit Lane Parley wanted to bring INDYCAR fans some new and exciting content throughout the 2019 season. With that in mind, we’ve teamed up with Harding Steinbrenner Racing to bring an inside look at everything that goes into making an INDYCAR team work on a race weekend….

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