Acronyms dominate the headlines in the early part of this week’s episode of the official podcast of The Apex while dormancy comes into play for Episode 33’s brief in-depth topic.
With IMSA still dealing with complaints from January’s Rolex 24 at Daytona, the WeatherTech Championship’s focus has shifted to testing at Sebring. Editor-in-Chief Aaron Durant and Executive Editor Ben Hinc then bring in an international perspective before moving on to some Pirelli World Challenge stories.
Following a lone Mazda Road to Indy headline and a barrage of IndyCar news, Durant and Hinc engage in a short in-depth topic regarding why The Apex sometimes goes dormant.[powerpress]
- Sportscar365: Continental Responds to Daytona GTD Tire Issues
- The Apex: Mazda Completes Sebring Lineup With Franchitti
- RACER: Cadillac DPi slowed with Sebring test BoP
- RACER: ACO sporting director weighs in on DPis
- RACER: Nissan confirms global racing plans
- RACER: PWC GT Cup champ Udell moves up to top classes
- Sportscar365: Davison Rejoins TRG for St. Pete PWC Season Opener
Mazda Road to Indy
- The Apex: Donison Named to Cape USF2000 Program
- RACER: Honda switch ‘a good reset’ – Dixon
- RACER: Bourdais – Reopening tech will widen divide
- RACER: Derani set for Sebring IndyCar test with SPM
- The Apex: Juncos Announces Indy 500 Program
- Motorsport: Andretti to run five cars at Indy 500 again
- RACER: IndyCar future at Long Beach secure – Kalkhoven
- Motorsport: “Performance criteria” will decide when 2018 IndyCar is unveiled
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