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Honda Indy 200 at Mid-Ohio – Friday – Open – 7:45am

By Steve Wittich Good morning from a slightly foggy Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course. The current temperature is 65F and the forecast calls for a high in the upper 70’s. The forecast calls for a slight chance of rain this afternoon, but after that small annoyance, the forecast for the rest of the weekend looks terrific....

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2017 Honda Indy 200 at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course – Steve’s Preview

By Steve Wittich For the 33rd time, Indy cars will competing on the 2.258-mile, 13-Turn Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course. The track that opened in 1963, is located in the rolling country side just outside Lexington, Ohio. Scott Dixon, who is looking for his sixth win at Mid-Ohio, currently holds a slim three point championship lead...

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Ruoff Home Mortgage Expands Partnership with Andretti Autosport To Mid-Ohio

RUOFF HOME MORTGAGE EXPANDS PARTNERSHIP TO MID-OHIO INDIANAPOLIS (July 24, 2017) – The No. 26 machine of Takuma Sato will take on a familiar look when it hits the 2.258-mile track of Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course. The 2017 Indianapolis 500 winner’s car will resemble the Ruoff Home Mortgage Honda that brought the Japanese driver his […]

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