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Star Mazda Reality Check: Lucas Oil Raceway

May 26th, 2015 by

One of only two oval tracks on the Pro Mazda schedule, Lucas Oil Raceway combines short track oval racing with the excitement of Indianapolis, especially in May. Located about 20 minutes from the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, Lucas Oil Raceway (formerly Indianapolis Raceway Park) features an 11/16ths mile oval with a modest 12 degrees of banking. … Read the Rest »

Montoya + Penske . . . Lightning in a Bottle?

September 16th, 2013 by

Penske Racing’s announcement that Juan Pablo Montoya will drive a third IndyCar for the team in 2014 will send a jolt through the IZOD IndyCar Series. Where to begin? Let’s start with Penske Racing.  Paradoxically, while Helio Castroneves is closing-in on his first title after some two decades in CART and IndyCar, his has been … Read the Rest »

More than Meets the Eye

January 22nd, 2011 by

Taking a quick glance as Spencer Pigot’s profile, you’d figure he’d tried the service a year awhile ago and, for whatever reason, found it not to his liking.   One oval and two road racing starts in 2009, highlighted by a sixth place finish in a Pontiac Solstice race?  Not exactly the stuff of Greger … Read the Rest »

iRacer Sage Karam Up for Sports Illustrated Award

October 15th, 2010 by

iRacer and 2010 US F2000 Natioonal champion Sage Karam is a semifinalist for the Sports Illustrated Kids “SportsKid of the Year.” SI Kids looks for a young athlete who excels in sports, the classroom and in his/her community. The winner will be featured on the cover of SI Kids, honored at Sports Illustrated’s annual Sportsman … Read the Rest »

Andretti Autosport Signs iRacer

March 5th, 2010 by

Andretti Autosport announced it has signed 15-year-old Sage Karam to drive for the team in the 2010 USF2000 National Championship. Karam, a native of Nazareth, Pa., is an avid online racer with 76 wins in more than 350 races in iRacing’s Skip Barber Series, Star Mazda and Legends competition.  Karam has also spent the last … Read the Rest »