The Apex’s Editor-in-Chief Aaron Durant and Executive Editor Ben Hinc return for the 37th week of The Braking Point to tackle the second-longest race on the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship schedule as well as the latest Verizon IndyCar Series headlines.
It was a Cadillac-dominated day at the Mobil 1 Twelve Hours of Sebring with the three DPi-V.Rs sweeping the podium of the endurance racing classic while in GT Le Mans, Corvette Racing denied Ford a Florida sweep.
On the IndyCar side, Juan Pablo Montoya’s return and testing at Barber Motorsports Park are discussed ahead of an in-depth topic focused on Honda’s staying power after a strong performance to open the season on the streets of St. Petersburg.[powerpress]
- RACER: Montoya looks forward to Indy GP
- Motorsport: Penske: Newgarden is “key”, Castroneves may have sportscar future
- Motorsport: IndyCar brake issues are being resolved, says PFC director
- The Apex: Power Tops Test Day at Barber
- Motorsport: Is Honda’s IndyCar revival for real?
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