Matheus Leist Continues Winning Streak, Wins Race 1 At Road America

Plymouth, WI – Its been nearly one full month since the Indy Lights Series drivers were on the race track for a race, May 26 to be exact. Matheus Leist won the Freedom 100 at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway that day. Today, June 24, Leist continued that winning trend. 

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Down And Dirty Fantasy Pix

If you followed my column last week (except for the #2 car….DOH!) you did pretty ok for yourself.  You are welcome! As will be the norm here, I am not going to blind you with a whole lot of stats because honestly, there are a crap ton of other folks who have already done that. Go read their stuff. I encourage you to. Become smarter.  But here, my goal, to provide you with a very fast snapshot of Yahoo Fantasy picks that will keep you on the lead lap. So…

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With NASCAR Seats Set Be Filled Soon, IndyCar Could Really Benefit From The Way It’s Trending

It’s no secret, NASCAR is boasting with pride from the way this youth movement is playing out. They have a great group of young drivers coming through the ranks and ready to transition from one regime to another. With all that being said, and how this offseason is going to play out there, the Verizon IndyCar Series can really reap the benefits of this. Yes, you read that right. An open wheel series benefiting from NASCAR’s youth movement?

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OVeR88TeD

It’s a little like the star college quarterback, whose dad was also a star college quarterback. Yet father goes on to the NFL and has a Hall of Fame career, while the son, well; he has a great college career. Feel free to also use the names Kyle Petty and Steven Wallace here as well. Sure, there are exceptions. We are seeing that now with Chase Elliot and Ryan Blaney. But they are by far the exception to the rule of stock car greatness being passed on genetically. But few…

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4th Annual Brickyard Vintage Racing Returns to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway This Weekend

INDIANAPOLIS – For the fourth consecutive year, the Brickyard Vintage weekend returns to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. It may not draw the crowds like we see during the Month of May, but it’s an event that should. A ton of the drivers competing this weekend are former Indy 500 starters, in fact, there’s 33 of them to be exact that will compete in Saturday’s Pro-Am (1 p.m. ET). Four Unser’s will be competing in that race, Al Sr. Al Jr., Johnny Unser as well as Robby Unser. The only one really…

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Mobil 1 The Grid Previews The 24 Hours of Le Mans

We’re already to another year of the world’s longest active endurance sports car race. This weekend, the sports car world shifts its focus to the 85th annual 24 Hours of Le Mans that will run Saturday through Sunday. Once again, Mobil 1 The Grid knocks it out of the park with a great preview for this weekend’s endurance race and provides an indepth look with the big manufacturers and their goal to make dreams come true this weekend in France. Per Mobil 1 The Grid, “the 2017 24 Hours of…

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Tony Kanaan Replaces Bourdais In Le Mans, Joins Scott Dixon With Star Studded Team

Originally, just one current Chip Ganassi Racing driver in the Verizon IndyCar Series was supposed to race in the 24 Hours of Le Mans. That was Scott Dixon. But, when current Dale Coyne Racing driver Sebastien Bourdais was injured in a crash two weeks ago qualifying for the Indianapolis 500, his seat in the CGR No. 68 Ford GT for the 24 Hours of Le Mans was left open. Now, a second CGR IndyCar driver joins the mix next month in France. Tony Kanaan will join Joey Hand and Dirk…

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