Aero Kits Tag

By Josh Farmer, IndyCar Reporter IndyCar announced today that development on the 2017 aero kit will be frozen immediately before switching to a universal kit in 2018. The decision comes in the wake of discussions held throughout the year with the teams as well as manufacturers Honda and Chevrolet of retracting the kits in favor of a spec design. Jay Frye, INDYCAR president of competition and operations noted that the move is part of the series’ plan to move forward while producing a competitive product on track. He also noted that theRead More

Posted On February 19, 2015By Motorsports TribuneIn In the Gravel Trap

In the Gravel Trap: Episode XVI 02/18

  Adam Tate (Tribute Racing), Josh Farmer (Motorsport Monday), Christopher DeHarde (, and Joey Barnes (Tribute Racing) gear up for the 16th instalment of “In the Gravel Trap” with the latest look into IndyCar media day, along with the NASCAR action from Daytona. Chevrolet has released its new aero-kits for the Verizon IndyCar Series, James Jakes is the new face at Schmidt Peterson Motorsports, and Chip Ganassi Racing gives its hotshoe development driver Sage Karam the nod for its fourth seat at the season-opening Grand Prix of St. Petersburg. DaytonaRead More