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COTA Open Testing 12:15 Update with Session 1 Time Sheet!

By Patrick Stephan As the session wound down, we saw Marcus Ericsson put his Honda in P1, going not just sub 1:50, but also sub 1:49 with a 1:48.8392. RC Enerson continues to impress, slotting in P2 with his Carlin Chevrolet. Zach Veach, Dixon and Herta rounded out the Top 5. One thing we are…

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COTA Open Testing – 11:35am Update

By Patrick Stephan (TSO_Patrick) Good morning from the Circuit of the Americas outside of Austin, TX where it has now warmed up to 53 ambient and a track temp of 56 degrees as of 10:00am (data courtesy of Firestone as always). My travel notes are easy. Hopped on the plane in Denver, and immediately realized…

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Good morning from Austin and TSO’s 24th season of NTT IndyCar Series coverage – a few notes about COTA and travel

By Steve Wittich Good morning from the first official day of TSO’s 24th season of coverage. Both Patrick and Steve are on site for the official start of the 2019 season and beginning of the NTT era of the IndyCar Series. The Circuit of The Americas (COTA) is a 3.427-mile, 20-turn Herman Tilke designed road…

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WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca testing preview, some other driver and team notes, a different look at the NBC Gold package

  By Steve Wittich What was originally a Team Penske private test at WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca, quickly became much more as the majority of the NTT IndyCar Series paddock added the 2.238-mile, 11-turn road course to their schedule. The teams and drivers scheduled to test are listed below. The Monterey, Calif. circuit has played…

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Gallagher Returns to NTT IndyCar Series with Carlin and Max Chilton for 2019 Season

Gallagher Returns to NTT IndyCar Series with Carlin and Max Chilton for 2019 Season ROLLING MEADOWS, Ill., Jan. 21, 2019 – Gallagher, a leading global insurance brokerage, risk management and consulting services firm, is proud to announce that they will renew their motorsports partnership with Carlin for the 2019 NTT IndyCar Series season with Max…

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More Notes from Arrow Schmidt Peterson Motorsports 2019 Unveiling 

By Patrick Stephan Ok, here are some additional thoughts and notes on this unveiling. Again, one of the coolest parts of today’s ceremony was simply that it happened. Last year, Arrow Schmidt Peterson Motorsports unveiled their 2018 cars at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis. Considering Lucas Oil is also a major backer of Arrow SPM,…

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First Set of Notes and Pics from Arrow SPM Unveiling Today

By Patrick Stephan TSO was able to attend today’s unveiling of the 2019 paint scheme for Schmidt Peterson Motorsports at the Pepsi Center in Denver, Colorado. The key point of the unveiling was made early when Sam Schmidt announced that Arrow Electronic, Inc was further deepening their partnership with SPM and the team will now…

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A few notes from a pair of Indianapolis Motor Speedway press conferences – Mario Andretti and NBC

By Steve Wittich TSO was able to attend a pair of press conferences held at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Most drivers are in town for their annual driver physicals and accompanying meetings. After arriving at the media center, the first thing I noticed out of the window was that a photo shoot was occurring on…

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Mario Andretti To Be Honored in May 2019 for 50th Anniversary of Indy 500 Victory

Commemorative Logo Unveiled; Other Activities Planned INDIANAPOLIS, Wednesday, Jan. 9, 2019 – Race fans around the world will join with the Indianapolis Motor Speedway in May 2019 in a variety of activities to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Mario Andretti’s Indianapolis 500 victory, including a featured exhibit within the Speedway’s museum and a commemorative logo…

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NBC SPORTS – THE HOME OF MOTORSPORTS – SHIFTS INTO HIGH GEAR WITH MORE THAN 1,500 HOURS OF MOTORSPORTS COVERAGE IN 2019

More Than 500 Hours of NASCAR Championship & Playoff Coverage in 2019, Including Season Finale at Homestead NBC Sports is Exclusive Home of INDYCAR in 2019, Highlighted by 103rd Running of the Indianapolis 500 Inaugural Season of IMSA Coverage Begins with 57th Rolex 24 at Daytona on Saturday, Jan. 26 800 Hours of Mecum Auctions…

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