Millions of mostly legal voters turned out across the U.S. on Tuesday, exercising their sacred right to have a say in the nation’s direction. They decisively chose Trump, and in so doing made pollsters, pundits and pantywaists everywhere look beyond foolish. Meanwhile, IndyCar’s silly season continued unabated, with business as usual in the IndyCar paddock.
Daly Employment Report: In at least their third wise selection of the last couple weeks, A.J. Foyt Racing elected to fill the second ABC Supply seat with Hoosier Conor Daly. Barring deportation, the underdog American will be paired with Colombian Carlos “OK” Munoz in what should be a definite improvement over the past several years. Seems to be a nationwide trend.
Ne’er-Do-Well List Grows: No, Jay “Pissin’ in public” Penske hasn’t been up to any new nastiness, although an actual ex-pilot has been. Former IndyCar driver and Indy 500 starter Jon Herb was recently convicted of crimes too heinous and revolting to describe on this site. Suffice it to say his lengthy prison sentence is far too good for the deviant disgrace deserving of disdain. He joins the freshly suspended Rafa Matos, banned from driving in a lesser series for a drug violation, on the series’ sh*t list. At this rate and since Mr. Obama’s no longer using it to house terrorists, IndyCar may want to consider taking over GITMO for its former drivers.
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Penske Celebrates Yet Again: Team Penske turns fifty this year, and the IndyCar owner with the most Indianapolis 500 wins in history plans to do it right, as per usual. The Cap’n’s golden anniversary plans include displaying his winning cars at the definitely worth a visit IMS Museum, media blitzes and even a snazzy new logo. We only hope Mad Will Power‘s not featured in the television spots and that the logo’s not as lame as IndyCar’s lowercase laugher.
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Andretti Forced to Auction Off Car: In a sign of just how bad the economy has gotten at Andretti Autosport, Continue reading →