Even when there’s no on-track action to talk about, there are still plenty of headlines to cover on Episode 67 of The Braking Point, the official podcast of The Apex.
One of the Verizon IndyCar Series’ last remaining silly season dominos has fallen with James Hinchcliffe and Robert Wickens forming an all-Canadian driver roster at Schmidt Peterson Motorsports.
That headline joins sports car and IndyCar news as well as the return of the Mazda Road to Indy section with the announcement of the 2018 schedules for all three series.[powerpress]
- RACER: Mazda Team Joest adds Taylor to engineering team
- Sportscar365: United Autosports Signs Hanson; Two LMP2 Cars for ELMS, Daytona
- Sportscar365: ACO Approves Updates for Ligier, Dallara, Riley LMP2 Cars
- Sportscar365: ORECA Feels “Unfairly Penalized” in LMP2 Joker Allowances
- Sportscar365: Ligier, Dallara LMP2 Cars Granted Aero Updates Only
- Sportscar365: DC Racing LMP1 Program Unlikely for 2018
- RACER: Visit Florida weighing Cadillac switch
- RACER: Di Resta joins United Autosports Daytona P2 effort
- Sportscar365: Alonso Linked to Possible United Autosports Drive for Rolex 24
Mazda Road to Indy
- RACER: McLaren still undecided on 2018 Indy 500 run
- RACER: McDonald joins ECR engineering team
- RACER: Hinchcliffe, Wickens confirmed at SPM
- Motorsport: Schmidt targets Montoya for Indy 500 drive
- RACER: Indy Lights champ Kaiser advances to IndyCar with Juncos
- Motorsport: IndyCar plans to test cockpit shield “before the end of this year”
- RACER: F1 chance doesn’t rule out IndyCar – Hartley
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