Chevy Dual in Detroit Tag

By Frank Santoroski, Staff Writer The Verizon Indycar Series has concluded their action-packed weekend featuring two races on the Raceway at Belle Isle, with Team Penske’s Will Power coming home victorious in Race Two of the doubleheader. Here are five takeaways from the second half. 1 ) Are separate qualifying procedures necessary?  Double-header weekends for the Verizon Indycar Series feature an abbreviated qualifying procedure for the second race of the weekend. With the dual-race format having disappeared at Toronto, and Houston leaving the schedule entirely, Race 2 at Detroit isRead More
By Frank Santoroski, Staff Writer The Chevrolet Dual in Detroit for the Verizon IndyCar Series is halfway down with KVSH Racing and Sebastien Bourdais taking a big win in Race One. Let’s take a look at some of the talking points coming out of Saturday. 1 ) Is Detroit really the place to be after Indianapolis?   The Verizon IndyCar Series is coming off of the biggest Indianapolis 500 in the League’s history and heads straight to Detroit, a city that has been suffering from population loss, urban decay, highRead More
By Frank Santoroski, Staff Writer This coming weekend the Verizon IndyCar Series will return to the Raceway on Belle Isle for the Chevrolet Dual in Detroit, continuing the 2016 season. The race weekend will be the only double-header of the season featuring two full races. The event is slated for June 3-5, 2016. About the Race The Chevrolet Dual in Detroit comprises rounds seven and eight of sixteen for the Verizon IndyCar Series in 2016.  The event is held on a temporary street circuit, one of five such races onRead More

Posted On May 29, 2015By Frank SantoroskiIn Breaking News, IndyCar

IndyCar Dual in Detroit Preview

Fresh off of an exciting Indianapolis 500, the stars and cars of the Verizon IndyCar Series have arrived in Detroit, Michigan for a double-header weekend: The Chevrolet Indy Dual in Detroit presented by Quicken Loans. Held in the birthplace of American automobile manufacturing, the event itself has an on-and-off history and a checkered past. Many drivers, past and present, have a love-hate relationship with Detroit. he first incarnation of the Detroit Grand Prix was held in 1982 as a Formula One race. A temporary street course was built in theRead More