The Apex offers information and insight into the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship and IndyCar Series for fans who care about attention to detail and believe world-class racing deserves high-quality writing.
We launched The Apex in 2015 to write about an array of global racing championships and events. Our editorial philosophy has since become one of quality over quantity, prompting us to reduce the topics we cover and heighten the depth with which we cover them.
With your help, we currently attend most events on the IndyCar calendar and a handful of WeatherTech Championship races to strengthen our written work as well as our weekly podcast, The Braking Point. What we lack in formal journalism education and experience we make up for in our demand for quality, drive to learn and dedication to the cutting edge.
The time you set aside to read our work is immensely valuable to us so we dig deep to create articles that are easy to understand but challenging to read — in a good way. Furthermore, we make our creations the focus on every page by displaying no advertisements and we protect your privacy by eliminating all third-party trackers.
We intend to demonstrate that the 24-hour news cycle doesn’t even belong in the fast-paced world of motor sports. Disregarding that path, we aim to delight by carefully producing articles about some of the fastest objects — and people — on the planet.
Don’t forget: Apexes and braking points are a racetrack’s slowest features, but they’re also where the most positions can be gained.