Discussion in 'Open Wheel Racing' started by FLRacingFan, Jul 13, 2018.
I never warmed to this circuit, but then I'm not big on any street course. It's not a question of whether they'll wreck going into turn 1, it's one of how many cars will be involved. Still, I'll probably watch since there isn't anything else on Sunday afternoon I'll be interested in.
They've only had two cautions two of the last three years so it might not be bad. A lot of the streets got resurfaced too so much of it is less bumpy, although the transitions between old and new portions of road might be tricky.
Seems like RLL is getting it together at the right time. Graham and Taku have certainly improved, I hope to see them stay together next season.
Man he is fortunate there was not a wall or catch fence there.
Penske vs. Dixon.
I would not sleep on Rossi, RHR, and RLL look really quick.
needed a flying Wallendas net for that
Robert Wickens for the win ...
Who was that who went airborne?
Hinch or Wickens winning would be awesome.
No attack, no win.
Good lord Sato and Rossi are insane.
What an opening two laps! These cars are so racy anymore
SeaBass has kind of tapered off in pace after the first quarter of the season.
I wonder what's going on at Coyne?
Indycar has become more and more like F1 in terms of competitiveness. Indy is far more competitive but it's becoming a 1 team pony show too often now with either a Penske car or a Chip car leading flag to flag.
At least with F1 you expect that kind of racing. Not here.
Typical Ganassi tactics.
Ed Jones has ****** that up.
Ed has been so bad, he might just be out of IndyCar after this year. He is talented, but damn he has been a disappointment.
Oh sh!t, I'm slow af.LOL
It's much easier for a team outside of the Big 3 (Penske/Ganassi/Andretti vs. Mercedes/Ferrari/Red Bull) to do well and even win races in IndyCar. Still very hard for one outside of those to sustain that over the course of a season and win the title though. I think 2002 when Hornish was with Panther was the last time that happened.
Hopefully SPM are able to take that next step.
SPM and RLL can take it to the big boys. They are the best bet IMHO.
Yeah Bourdais been cold for a while now...yikes.
Holy sh!t man, the wing disintegrated.
That was a first.
Maybe not, RHR is not a lap down.
Nice implosion by the Andretti guys. Title contenders shooting themselves in the foot.
now THAT was a restart.
That's an implosion.
What in the hell.
What a mess!
But, where did Hinch and Wickens come from?
What in tarnation.
Why the hell these guys gotta giftwrap the title to Dixon all the damn time.
IDK but is is about time that Wickens caught a break
That got messy.
My guy Wickens better divebomb the hell out of this restart. Take out Dixon and give the Canadians something to cheer about all at once.
You really hate Dixon bro.lol
I probably wouldn't mind him half as much if he didn't race for Ganassi lol.
Binder has been pure LULZ.
Put Kaiser in the car dammit.
I'm kinda surprised there wasn't another crash after this restart.
Wickens starting to bully back. I love it.
Wickens is now officially in full-blown beast mode. Simon may not have enough button left to escape.
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