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Wrapping up NTT INDYCAR SERIES testing from COTA – Part 1

By Steve Wittich & Patrick Stephan First, we’d like to welcome quite a few new subscribers that came on board in the past few days. Second, this will be the first part of a multi-post wrap-up of NTT INDYCAR SERIES testing from Circuit of The Americas. Clearly focused and a hopeful omen. Nobody would ever...

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Preview NTT INDYCAR SERIES testing at COTA – the basics, how the ‘spring training’ winner fares, and Aeroscreen info

By Steve Wittich A quick NTT INDYCAR SERIES testing preview for Circuit of The Americas There are 25 cars with 27 different drivers scheduled to test on the 3.41-mile, 20-turn road course throughout Tuesday and Wednesday. The Chevrolet Indy V6 will power an even dozen cars, and the Honda HI20TT will power 13 cars. Seven...

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Carlin adds a pair of familiar Brazilians to Circuit of The Americas testing line-up

By Steve Wittich Carlin announced this morning that in addition to Max Chilton, a pair of Brazilians have joined the team’s testing line-up at the Circuit of The Americas. Felipe Nasr and Sérgio Sette Câmara, both Carlin alumni, will be in the No. 31 Carlin Chevrolet for the two-day test on the 3.41-mile, 20-turn road...

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INDYCAR Classic at Circuit of The Americas – Friday 9am – Open – Travel notes and today’s schedule

By Steve Wittich I took part in a track walk on Thursday afternoon that was one of the fantastic experiences offered this weekend by IndyCar Nation. That led me to book a flight on Wednesday instead of Thursday, and for various reasons, I’m glad I did. I flew from Indianapolis to Dallas, and then took...

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Previewing the 2019 INDYCAR Classic at Circuit of The Americas

By Steve Wittich Welcome to our coverage of the INDYCAR Classic from Circuit of The Americas. I (Steve) love these new events and can’t wait to see how things unfold this weekend. Basics and a little strategy The INDYCAR Classic is scheduled for 60 laps of the 3.41-mile, 20-turn road course, equaling 204.6 miles. That...

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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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Three open tests highlight INDYCAR testing regulations for 2018-19

Three open tests highlight INDYCAR testing regulations for 2018-19 INDIANAPOLIS (Friday, Sept. 28, 2018) – A preseason open test at Circuit of the Americas and in-season open tests at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway oval and WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca highlight the 2018-19 IndyCar Series testing rules issued to teams by INDYCAR. Circuit of the Americas, […]

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