Bold Prediction, Ed Jones Will Win Indy 500 Rookie of the Year

INDIANAPOLIS – We already know almost one guarantee, Ed Jones will win the Verizon IndyCar Series Rookie of the Year award for the 2017 season. Barring an unforeseen disaster, Jones, the only full-time rookie in the field, will basically win the award by default. But, as we head into the 101st Running of the Indianapolis 500 (11 a.m. ET/ABC/INDYCAR Radio Network) on Sunday, everyone is pretty much assuming Fernando Alonso will be the Rookie of the Year for the race. 

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Max Chilton Turns Fastest Speed in Busy Monday of Indy 500 Practice

INDIANAPOLIS – It’s only a matter of time before the Monday afternoon practice session on race week becomes another big staple of the Month of May. The fourth year of this new added practice session, has grown rave reviews. The crowds are steadily growing in large numbers, as fans witnessed today 2,705 laps turned by the 33 starters in this Sunday’s 101st Running of the Indianapolis 500 (11 a.m. ET/ABC/INDYCAR Radio Network). They ran those laps in just three in-a-half hours. 

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5 Sleepers to Watch in Sunday’s Honda Indy Grand Prix of Alabama

Leeds, Ala – It would be easy to pick one of the four Team Penske drivers to win Sunday’s Honda Indy Grand Prix of Alabama (3 pm ET/NBCSN/INDYCAR Radio Network). They have been strong since the get go with three of their four drivers starting in the top three spots. Also, in two of the three practice sessions this weekend, they had all four cars in the top five of them. That’s why it would be easy for one of their four to win this weekend. But, these five drivers may…

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Great Start to the 2017 Season for Dale Coyne Racing

Long Beach, Calif – Don’t look now, but that team that used to weekly fill “TBA” as the driver of his cars, is now likely a championship contender for the 2017 Verizon IndyCar Series season. Yes, we’re just two races down out, but Dale Coyne Racing is arguably just as good as anyone this year so far. 

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Who Will be IndyCar’s Next 1st Time Winner?

INDIANAPOLIS – The 2017 Verizon IndyCar Series entry-list is virtually known at this point, as it appears that 21 cars will attempt to run in all the upcoming races this season. One of those entries though is split between two drivers meaning 22 drivers will make up the field. Among those 22 drivers though, are six winless ones and among those six, are very talented racers that are deserving of their opportunities. What I’m getting at is this upcoming seasons entry-list is among arguably the most deepest as well as potentially…

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Dale Coyne Racing Officially Signs Ed Jones

INDIANAPOLIS – Dale Coyne Racing has completed its full-time 2017 Verizon IndyCar Series driver lineup with the addition of reigning Indy Lights Champion Ed Jones as the driver of its No. 18 entry. Jones, an Emirati driver of English descent, now residing in the USA, came to America in 2015 to take part in his first season of Indy Lights racing. He impressed immediately, taking pole position in his debut race, winning the first three races and going on to finish third in the standings for Carlin Racing. This past season, Jones…

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IndyCar Silly Season Almost Over, Daly/Munoz Set to Join Foyt, Ed Jones to 2nd Coyne Seat

INDIANAPOLIS – Well, the Verizon IndyCar Series silly season has virtually over as far as full-time seats go, as three current vacant seats will be announced that they will be filled by this time next week. Both A.J. Foyt Racing seats are now taken as is the second Dale Coyne Racing entry. The Foyt seats we all saw coming as both Carlos Munoz as well as Conor Daly will pilot the two entries with the team. Munoz will replace Takuma Sato in the No. 14 entry while Daly will replace…

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