Merry Christmas From Mr. & Mrs. Oilpressure

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In some ways, it seems like the last race of the 2012 IZOD IndyCar Series was a couple of years ago. Other times, it seems like it ran last week. In reality, it was just a little more than three months ago when the last lap of competition was turned. A lot has happened off the track since then – too much, in fact. The first part of the offseason should be about what driver will land where for next season or which team might swap engine manufacturers. Instead, what little movement there has been on those fronts, has been overshadowed by the ugly politics that seem to always be way too prevalent in this sport.

Fortunately, all of that talk has been set aside – until after the new year, at least. The owners, the drivers and the powers that be at 16th and Georgetown seem to have taken a few days off for the Christmas break. I will do the same as well.

But first, Susan and I would like to take a moment to wish everyone a very Merry Christmas. It’ll be hard for us to ever top the thrill of getting married at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway this past May, but we’re looking forward to our first Christmas together. We want to thank everyone who posted such nice things here when we were married.

We will be traveling over the Christmas break and I will, therefore, be taking a break from the keyboard. There will be no posts here over the week of Christmas. I will return here on Wednesday, January 2nd to kick off the second half of the offseason. Hopefully, it’ll involve more driver movement and new sponsor announcements rather than the latest speculation about who is running the sport.

Until then – Susan and I, along with my good friend John McLallen from the One Take Only videos, wish each and every one of you a very safe and Merry Christmas as well as a prosperous and Happy New Year! We’ll see you in 2013.

George & Susan Phillips

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11 Responses to “Merry Christmas From Mr. & Mrs. Oilpressure”

  1. Carburetor Says:

    George & Susan–have a great Christmas and safe New Years; thank you for this blog! I am looking forward to the new season and your perspective.

  2. Santa is giving me 4 tickets to the 2013 Indianapolis 500 in section A. 1913 was the year my grandfather crewed for Jules Goux, so it’s fitting that his grandson and great grandson are in attendence 100 years later!!

    All the best, be safe and I will see you in 2013!!!!

  3. Merry Christmas George and Susan!

  4. Right back at you guys!!

  5. james t suel Says:

    George & Susan hoping you have a wonderful christmas. Your blog is always a must read.!

  6. Many thanks to both of you for all that you do, and here’s hoping that you and all of yours have a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. Oh, and here’s hoping for an even better 2013 than 2012 was.

  7. Merry Christmas to everyone in the IndyCar community.

  8. Merry Christmas guys and I wonder if John has one of his tickets earmarked for the ol’ Lapper?!!

  9. Merry Christmas Oilpressure!

  10. Merry Christmas George and Susan. Thank you once again for all the effort you put into this site. Your knowledge and attitude and ideas are outstanding and something we all look forward to on each post. Enjoy all the holiday season activities and here is hope that the next years are even better for all of us. Take care!

  11. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year George and Susan. Thank you for your time and effort here.

    In the morning children everywhere will be grateful that Santa chose reindeer over a Lotus.

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