Hello again everyone! I thought I’d try something new for today’s race. I’m going to blog my thoughts and reactions as I watch the race. I make no apologies for having drivers who I like and drivers who I don’t like, so don’t expect me to be objective. You’re free to disagree, as long as you remain respectful. Variety is the spice of life, after all.
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The Verizon IndyCar Series is back! And what a weekend it’s been already!! For various reasons (a movie, shopping, a 7-mile run in the rain), today’s round of qualifying was the first chance I had to follow the action down in St. Petersburg. Kudos to IndyCar for deciding to wait it out and hold a full qualifying session. It was definitely worth the wait!
It’s a glorious time of year! Yes, it’s supposed to snow here in the DC area tomorrow, but who cares?! IndyCars will be on track FOR REAL in less than 4 days!! The excitement began to build last week and it seemed to bust out today with tweets and blog posts and all kinds of detailed analysis. If you’re looking for that, you’re probably in the wrong place. But I’ve pledged to get myself off of The IndyCar Blogs “Semi-Active Blogger” list, so here goes!
The next race is almost upon us already–actually the next 2 races are almost upon us already–but I still have so many thoughts floating around in my head from my 5 days at Indy. So here they are, in no particular order.
Isn’t is glorious to be able to say that?! I’m following the Honda Grand Prix of St. Petersburg warmup on racecontrol.indycar.com and I can’t stop smiling. It’s going to be a great day and PLEASE let us have only racing to talk about today. I don’t want to know what Beaux Barfield ate for breakfast, or what Mark Miles is listening to on his iPod right now, or which members of the Hulman-George family had a dispute last night. I only want to hear about how strong Simona de Silvestro looks now that she’s driving a Chevy-powered car, or how impressive Tristan Vautier is, or how Andretti Autosport is looking strong again this year. Continue reading