With two rungs of the Mazda Road to Indy hitting Barber Motorsports Park’s 17 turns this weekend, the ladder system of the Verizon IndyCar Series makes a triumphant return to The Braking Point.
Editor-in-Chief Aaron Durant and Executive Editor Ben Hinc begin with a few sports car headlines before diving into the latest on the Tatuus PM-18 and Indy Lights Presented by Cooper Tires’ historic 400th race.
The latest Verizon IndyCar Series news and a look ahead to the weekend of racing in Alabama finish out the 41st episode of the official podcast of The Apex.[powerpress]
- Sportscar365: Bonanomi Tipped for PR1/Mathiasen Drive after COTA Test
- Sportscar365: Montecalvo, Sanchez Confirmed in Always Evolving Nissan for SprintX
- The Apex: SprintX Entrants Capped at 35 for VIR
Mazda Road to Indy
- RACER: Pro Mazda Tatuus PM-18 impresses at test
- RACER: Flinn Lazier to race USF2000 for NWR at Barber
- The Apex: Indy Lights to End Barber Weekend With 400th Race
- The Apex: 15 Drivers Set for Barber Doubleheader
- RACER: New ‘Back Home in Indiana’ singer for Indy 500
- The Apex: Veach Replacing Injured Hildebrand at Barber
- Motorsport: Penske engineer worried over potential Chevy deficit at Indy
- RACER: Beach Whiskey, Outback Steakhouse to sponsor IndyCar Qualifying Day at Phoenix
- AP: So what that Alonso is racing the Indy 500?
- Motorsport: Mario Andretti livid over critical Alonso Indy 500 column
- Race Report: 2017 Honda Indy Grand Prix of Alabama
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