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Podcast: IndyCar champion Scott Dixon remembers Dan Wheldon

Wheldon was an immensely popular character throughout the motorsport world.
An IndyCar champion in 2005, Wheldon won the Indy 500 in the same year before claiming a sensational second 500 crown in 2011.
In a special podcast, Motorsport.com editor Charles Bradley is joined by Motorsport.com's US Editor David Malsher-Lopez and six-time IndyCar champion Scott Dixon remember the late Wheldon on ...Keep reading
Source: Podcast: IndyCar champion Scott Dixon remembers Dan Wheldon
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Controversial paddle shift switch in Supercars now unlikely

The category has been investigating a move to paddles from its traditional sequential stick shift as part of its next-generation cars, which will feature electronic assisted shift.
The plan has been to sample both stick shift and paddles on the two prototypes, the Mustang being built with a stick and the Camaro with paddles.
However Autosport sources have indicated that the likelihood of ...Keep reading
Source: Controversial paddle shift switch in Supercars now unlikely
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Andretti impressed after Indy Lights champion's first test

The 22-year-old Andretti Autosport beat HMD Motorsport rival David Malukas to the title and won half of the season's 20 races, continuing his record of winning every championship on the Road to Indy ladder.
Kirkwood earned a $1,369,425 scholarship for three IndyCar races in 2022 - including the Indianapolis 500 - but is fully focused on landing a full-time drive in the championship for next ...Keep reading
Source: Andretti impressed after Indy Lights champion's first test
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V8 Supercars / Supercars pushes Gen3 launch back to 2023
« Last post by CanadianRacingOnline on October 14, 2021, 07:56:20 AM »
Supercars pushes Gen3 launch back to 2023

The Australian touring car series has scrapped plans for a sensational mid-season introduction of its all-new car next year.
Instead a more conventional roll-out of the next-generation hardware will take place ahead of the opening round of the 2023 season.
In a statement, Supercars pinned this latest Gen3 delay on factors such as international supply delays and local lockdowns caused by the ...Keep reading
Source: Supercars pushes Gen3 launch back to 2023
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V8 Supercars / Heritage vote saves Adelaide F1 Grand Prix track
« Last post by CanadianRacingOnline on October 14, 2021, 07:56:17 AM »
Heritage vote saves Adelaide F1 Grand Prix track

A 1200-metre stretch of tarmac through Adelaide's Victoria Park, formerly used to create the city's famous Formula 1 and Supercars street circuit, was put on the chopping block by a recent proposal to redevelop the area into a greener space.
The 'Reimagining Victoria Park' proposal was heard at an Adelaide City Council meeting last night, Professor Doug McEvoy speaking of a"major threat to the ...Keep reading
Source: Heritage vote saves Adelaide F1 Grand Prix track
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Harvey: RLL enticing because it’s “very good across the board”

The Briton, whose decision to leave Meyer Shank Racing was announced back in July, was confirmed as the driver of RLL’s newly full-time #45 entry for 2022 on Monday.
He will join Graham Rahal at the squad, while the departure of RLL's 2020 Indianapolis 500 winner Takuma Sato was announced last week - with Christian Lundgaard tipped to take his place in the #30 car.
Harvey remarked that he ...Keep reading
Source: Harvey: RLL enticing because it’s “very good across the board”
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Harvey confirmed for RLL's third entry for IndyCar 2022

In an elongated and ongoing IndyCar silly-season, Harvey’s departure from Meyer Shank Racing was the first – and arguably most surprising – piece of concrete news.
Soon he was linked with the team co-owned by Bobby Rahal, David Letterman and Mike Lanigan, but all parties involved remained publicly mute on the subject.
However, in August RLL announced its intention to evolve its third ...Keep reading
Source: Harvey confirmed for RLL's third entry for IndyCar 2022
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V8 Supercars / Sydney circuit receives anti-vax hate mail
« Last post by CanadianRacingOnline on October 11, 2021, 08:10:55 AM »
Sydney circuit receives anti-vax hate mail

The Sydney circuit will host four back-to-back Supercars rounds starting later this month, as the category scrambles to complete the five rounds required by its broadcast agreement.
The unprecedented quadruple header will restart a 2021 campaign heavily affected by long lockdowns in New South Wales and Victoria due to COVID-19 outbreaks.
Sydney has only today emerged from a month-long ...Keep reading
Source: Sydney circuit receives anti-vax hate mail
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Tickford signs Supercars young gun Kostecki, confirms Le Brocq departure

News of an expected driver swap between Tickford and Matt Stone Racing broke recently, with Kostecki and Le Brocq effectively trading seats for the 2022 season.
Tickford has now made its part in that equation official, the famous Ford team confirming that it has signed Kostecki to replace Le Brocq.
The 21-year-old will join Tickford for what will be his second full season in the main game ...Keep reading
Source: Tickford signs Supercars young gun Kostecki, confirms Le Brocq departure
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V8 Supercars / Adelaide Grand Prix track could be ripped up
« Last post by CanadianRacingOnline on October 11, 2021, 08:10:52 AM »
Adelaide Grand Prix track could be ripped up

The former Australian Grand Prix venue regularly hosted F1 title deciders between 1985 and 1995, before being revived as the home of the Adelaide 500 Supercars event from 1999 onwards.
The circuit last hosted Supercars in March 2020 before the Adelaide 500 was axed by the South Australian government last October.
Adelaide City councillor Greg Mackie is reportedly backing a residents' group ...Keep reading
Source: Adelaide Grand Prix track could be ripped up
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