New Sponsors Coming On Board For Toronto

This is at least the third time that I’ve been glad to write a piece like this but business is still booming in the Verizon IndyCar Series. The best way to see the proof of that, not only do you look at the fans in the stands or TV ratings, but look at the sponsorships on the new cars as well. Another race is coming up and more new colors will be on some of the cars for Sunday’s Honda Indy Toronto. Sebastien Bourdais will carry the Mouser Electronics on…

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Spencer Pigot Surging To A Bright INDYCAR Future

Last weekend, I wrote that Spencer Pigot had a pressure packed race ahead of him at the Iowa Speedway. Entering the Iowa Corn 300, Pigot sat 15th in the Verizon IndyCar Series points standings. Last year, JR Hildebrand had actually had better finishes at that point of the year compared to where Pigot is at now and the latter was let go at seasons end. Plus, in 2016, Josef Newgarden led 282 of 300 laps at Iowa en route to a dominating win. He did so with a broken clavicle.…

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Takuma Sato Hitting His Stride With RLL

For the first time in five years, Rahal/Letterman/Lanigan Racing expanded back to a two-car operation. See, the last time that they did so was back in the 2013 Verizon IndyCar Series season. Graham Rahal had just two top five finishes and five top 10’s compared to James Jakes’ one top five and three top 10s himself. That was the moment that the team decided that it was time to scale back and focus on their one car effort with Rahal rather than just run a second car for the sake…

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