IndyCar driver Will Power was not pleased with race officials this weekend at New Hampshire Motor Speedway and vented his frustration with two glorious, flaming birds of obscenity. And thus a meme was born. TO THE PHOTOSHOPS!
Heads up Indy Racing League fans (all twelve of you). The IRL's announced they're sticking with current chassis-builder Dallara for the next generation of lighter-weight and cheaper cars with customizable aero-packages.
The last lap of this year's Indy 500 provided the most excitement when Mike Conway's #24 car collided with an out-of-gas Ryan Hunter-Reay, sending Conway backwards into the catch fence. Here's the terrifying replay.
The 2010 Camaro SS will pace this year's Indy 500 in a boring twist for a boring race. To spice things up we asked you to name some better options. Here are our favorite ten alternative Indy 500 pace cars.
The Camaro SS will patrol The Brickyard for the 2010 Indianapolis 500 in bright Inferno Orange with white stripes as an homage to the '69 Indy Pace Car. The best feature? A trick light-bar integrated into the rear window.
When asked in an interview by Dan Patrick in this month's issue of SI whether she'd be willing to use performance-enhancing drugs or cheat, IndyCar's Danica Patrick said "it's not cheating" if you're not caught. Ballsy. We love it.