Ground(ed) Effects

Indycar and general autosport opinion

If you were invited to play a somewhat unfamiliar game, for a large prize, on the invitee’s ‘turf’, viewed by a million people, and at risk of besmirching the company that provides your current lucrative living, one of two things might happen, so what would YOU say? “Heh, thanks, but no, thanks”. Something like that …

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THAT was maybe the most topsy-turvy Pole and Bump Day in recent history and maybe of all time.I can say that despite the all the nonsensicalness of who qualified when and where and got bumped and by whom…  I correctly predicted the outcome of qualifying…  for one driver anyway – Vitor Meira, middle of Row …

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Being a product of my heritage (analytical Germanic-type), my time (1967-current), my geographical upbringing (Indiana), and my primary hobby (sports appreciation), my Greatest 33 drivers at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway is better than yours. OK, I don’t really believe the previous statement and a subjective list such as IMS has created will certainly stimulate arguments …

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So it’s a Wednesday in the middle of November and I’m forced to reneg on a promise I made to myself LESS THAN A MONTH AGO, that was supposed to last until March 2011. Steph (@99forever) over at More Front Wing (a very well-organized and well-done Indycar blog) illuminated and challenged we Indycar slobs to not …

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