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Posted On September 23, 2016By Christopher DeHardeIn Breaking News, Headline News, Spotlight On

F4 United States Road Atlanta Notebook

By Christopher DeHarde, Contributing Writer After the fourth race weekend of the inaugural season of the F4 US Championship Powered by Honda, numerous storylines emerged from the Road Atlanta circuit from a driver’s perspective and also from a team perspective. Here’s a look at two such stories from each category. Das Is Perfect Cameron Das is only in his first year of racing but has impressed in F4. The Baltimore native raced in USF2000 this year and racing that series helped Das get prepared for running in F4. The proofRead More

Posted On February 24, 2016By Christopher DeHardeIn Breaking News, Headline News, Indy Lights

Felix Rosenqvist joins Indy Lights

By Christopher DeHarde, Contributing Writer The 2014 and 2015 Macau Grand Prix winner is coming to the 2016 Indy Lights Championship. Sweden’s Felix Rosenqvist has been confirmed by Belardi Auto Racing as their second driver for the upcoming Indy Lights campaign alongside Zach Veach in a two car effort that puts Belardi at the forefront of a championship discussion. Rosenqvist has a strong European resume to back him up. He has won the Masters of Formula 3 race twice (2011, 2013) as well as the 2015 European Formula 3 ChampionshipRead More

Posted On February 17, 2016By Christopher DeHardeIn Breaking News, IndyCar

Historical: CART’s first race at Phoenix

By Christopher DeHarde, Contributing Writer On April 2nd, the Verizon IndyCar Series returns to Phoenix International Raceway for the first time since 2005, and it is with this upcoming race that we will take a look back at the start of another era in open wheel racing’s history at Phoenix. CART was formed in late 1978 as a response to USAC’s rejection of a change in philosophy for top level open wheel racing in America. As such, CART proceeded to host its own races in 1979 that were sanctioned byRead More

Posted On February 11, 2016By Christopher DeHardeIn Breaking News, Remembering a Champion

Remembering: Gonzalo Rodriguez

January 22, 1971 – September 11, 1999 Scored a point in CART debut 3-time winner in F3000 (1998 at Spa, Nurburgring, 1999 at Monaco)  The motor racing world is one of enormous emotional toll.  Often times, its fastest rising stars are the ones that never get the chance to see how their careers would have ended had it not been for a freak accident.  Gilles Villeneuve, Stefan Bellof, Greg Moore and Jules Bianchi are prime examples of drivers that had much more to give the racing world but weren’t ableRead More