IndyCar: Benjamin Pedersen Signs with AJ Foyt for 2023

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Fresh off of placing 5th in the 2022 Indy Lights Series, Danish racer Benjamin Pedersen will compete for AJ Foyt Racing in IndyCar in 2023 After an Indy Lights career resulting in one victory, 11 podiums, and placements of fourth and fifth in the previous two championship campaigns, Dane competitor Benjamin Pedersen will move up […] READ MORE


IndyCar Announces 2023 Schedule

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The NTT IndyCar Series has announced the schedule for its 2023 campaign! It was at 12:04 PM. Nine days ago. The completion of the 2022 IndyCar Series was just seven days removed. A season of success in greatness realized. Through the Twitter account of the official television partner, it may not have been much but […] READ MORE


IndyCar: Brian Barnhart Joins Arrow McLaren SP

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Brian Barnhart, A prominent IndyCar figure most recently of Andretti Autosport, has joined Arrow McLaren SP in an undisclosed role. In a developing story out of Indianapolis, Brian Barnhart, former Vice President of IndyCar competition and two-time IndyCar race director, has joined Arrow McLaren SP in an undisclosed role. On Tuesday, Team President Taylor Kiel resigned unexpectedly […] READ MORE


IndyCar: Taylor Kiel Steps Down as Arrow McLaren SP Team President

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In a surprising development out of Indianapolis, Arrow McLaren SP’s IndyCar operation suddenly finds themselves without Team President Taylor Kiel. At Last Word on Sports, we were reviewing the record-setting calendar for the 2023 Formula 1 season when we received breaking news from the IndyCar Series. Taylor Kiel, Team President for Arrow McLaren SP was […] READ MORE


Alex Palou to stay at Chip Ganassi Racing for 2023

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Can fences be mended when two parties sue one another under the guise of a breach of a contract? Apparently, yes they can. After a tumultuous display of back-and-forth issues between driver and car-owner, the likes of which American open-wheel racing has not seen in thirty years, a compromise is seemingly met for all parties […] READ MORE


Going Dutch: Zandvoort’s Greatest F1 Grand Prix Moments

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LWOS trawls through the archives to chronicle some of the memorable moments from the Dutch Grand Prix’s long history. Zandvoort was largely a mainstay on the F1 calendar from its debut in 1952 until 1985. The scene of some horrific – and sometimes fatal – accidents, Zandvoort had been maligned by drivers for its lack […] READ MORE


Mick Schumacher to leave Ferrari at end of the F1 season

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Mick Schumacher’s contract with Ferrari’s Driver Academy will end at the end of this season, according to reports. It is said that the Haas driver, and son of 7-times World Champion Michael, will not be retained by the American outfit for next year, with Ferrari Reserve Driver and current Formula E competitor Antonio Giovinazzi becoming […] READ MORE



Grand Prix of Road America preview, TV schedule, and how to watch

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After Will Power took a dive into both the fountain and the championship lead in Detroit, the IndyCar Series continues its streak of Midwest races as it returns to Wisconsin’s Road America for the Sonsio Grand Prix at Road America. In his post-Detroit press conference, Power put it simply. “I don’t have to put anything […] READ MORE


Detroit Grand Prix: Power bests Rossi in a battle of strategy

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DETROIT — It was a rare caution-free race around Belle Isle, something unfitting for the final race on the island. But Will Power held on to his alternate red tires for the final 20 laps, as a hard-charging, win-hungry Alexander Rossi missed out on his first win in three years by just a second. “Oh, […] READ MORE