The landscape of the 2020 NTT IndyCar Series season will be different.
Some drivers waltz from one position to another, seemingly gaining optimal rides primarily through innate talent. Others have to claw their way up the ladders of open- and closed-wheel competition.
McLaren’s takeover of Sam Schmidt and Ric Peterson’s team is complete.
This year, Chevrolet (with its Ilmor partnership) and Honda/HPD came into the 17th and final race neck and neck.
Another Pocono NTT IndyCar Series race, another big accident.
A day before departing for the Virginia NHRA Nationals, Todd paid a morning visit to Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
Within the past week, the newly renamed NTT IndyCar Series held a couple of tests in preparation for the Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg season opener, scheduled for March 8-10.
There was a time, with the Verizon IndyCar Series, when season starters posed the question of which Penske or Ganassi or Andretti operation would rise to the top. It’s fair to say that with a new, standardized aero kit for all teams for the 2018 season, and with new squads entering the series on both full-time and part-time bases, that this might be the first year with intrigue.
Getting into road racing isn’t the easiest endeavor around. There are a few in-roads, but beyond those things get much more complicated.
15-year-old Courtney Crone has landed a major sponsorship with Tom Malloy’s Trench Shoring.