Iowa Corn 300 Preview: AA’s Stompin’ Grounds


Host of one of IndyCar’s most riveting races, Iowa Speedway has seen Andretti Autosport stomp the competition. Nevertheless, a return of the fast cars to an exhilarating short oval is a welcome event. It makes us want to jump with joy.

Saturday, July 31, 2010 - Iowa Speedway

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Anticipate three wide oval-tastic fun on the 7/8s mile circuit with speeds exceeding a hundred and eighty miles per hour and plenty of passing. By comparison, NASCAR‘s junior league pole speed this year was in the hundred thirty range. Yawn. Speaking of NASCAR, the SAFER barrier’s certain to get a workout this weekend with Dallara Automobili making back some serious dough. Stomped upon stockholders demand it after an almost perfectly clean (and really boring) race at Road America.


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A quick, banked bull ring, Iowa Speedway’s one of the best tracks the series visits. The racing is routinely superior, Continue reading

IndyCar 300 at Kansas Speedway, April 27, 2008 in Pictures


It was a raw, windy, chilly day in Kansas, a three hour drive from home.


A good sized crowd attended the race and were not disappointed.

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The pit action was furious and directly across from our front stretch seats.


Several cautions kept the field bunched up for close quarters racing.


Two and three wide action was the norm on this day.


The seating at Kansas Speedway allows for views of the entire track.


The humongous American flag is a nice touch.


It wasn’t Team Penske’s day, although they ran strong as usual.


Ed Carpenter’s Menard’s paint scheme was simply gorgeous.


The late Dan Wheldon won the race that day for Target.