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Random Thoughts On The Silly Season

Posted in IndyCar on October 13, 2014 by Oilpressure

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While a couple of teams have made moves to either bolster their driver lineup or at least shore it up – others continue to have question marks.

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The 2015 Indianapolis 500 Logo Finally Appears

Posted in IndyCar on October 10, 2014 by Oilpressure

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The month of May is full of traditions. Some of them are obvious; like the release of the balloons, the bricks and drinking milk. Others may be a little more personal; sort of like wearing the same shirt every Race Day or having a rib eye sandwich from a stand under the north end of the Tower Terrace at 7:00 am. By the way, both of those are mine.

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A Good Move For James Hinchcliffe

Posted in IndyCar on October 8, 2014 by Oilpressure

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The dominos are continuing to fall in place for next year’s Verizon IndyCar Series. Yesterday, James Hinchcliffe announced he will be driving for Schmidt Peterson Motorsports, taking the seat occupied this last season by Simon Pagenaud.

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Team Penske Plans Ahead For Father Time

Posted in IndyCar on October 6, 2014 by Oilpressure

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First of all, I’d like to thank all the well-wishers that have passed along your concerns about Luckey, my ailing thirteen year-old lab. Through this site, e-mails, Facebook, Twitter and even texts; several people sent many heartfelt thoughts.

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Taking Care Of An Old Friend

Posted in IndyCar on October 1, 2014 by Oilpressure

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Forgive me, but there is no post here today or Friday. I’ve had a situation arise that has required practically all of my attention and has zapped my desire to write for the past day or two. If you’re a dog-lover, you’ll probably understand. If you’re not, you probably think I’m being ridiculous.

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No Excuses For Racing While Impaired

Posted in IndyCar on September 29, 2014 by Oilpressure

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Somewhat hidden in the announcement that Tony Stewart would not face charges from the Grand Jury in the death of Kevin Ward, was a disturbing nugget of news that has curiously flown a little bit under the radar – at least from the mainstream media. That is the fact that Ward was racing with traces of marijuana in his system – at levels considered to be enough to impair judgment.

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The Remaining Three Dominos

Posted in IndyCar on September 26, 2014 by Oilpressure

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By comparison, this has not been much of a silly season. After Josef Newgarden chose to stay with his side of the newly merged CFH Racing and Ryan Hunter-Reay re-signed with Andretti Autosport, there weren’t many top drivers left in play. All of the drivers at Team Penske are set to return, and the two Target cars will be the same as this year. Aside from Hunter-Reay, Marco Andretti will return to his father’s team, along with Carlos Muñoz.

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