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  • Goodbye, Dan.

    Goodbye, Dan.

    I love no sport in the world more than auto racing. But there are times when that sport reminds us of its nature as well. In any sport a career-ending injury is a possibility. But in racing, all too often, the stakes are so much higher. Sadly, today was one of those days. 2-time Indy 500 winner Dan Wheldon, a 33-year-old Englishman who simply exuded class and cool talent behind the wheel, has joined the sad ranks of Ayrton Senna, Dale Earnhardt, Gilles Villeneuve, Jimmy Clark, all champions who...
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  • 1958 Syracuse. 1960 Trenton (April), 1972 Indy vid of week

    1958 Syracuse. 1960 Trenton (April), 1972 Indy vid of week

    I know its been a while since we updated this (May and getting out 1961 took all of our time), but we finally started posting new vids of the week last week (I forgot to post last week's vid of the week here, sorry). But this week's vid of the week at www.firstturnpro.com is: 1958 Syracuse won by Johnny Thomson. 1960 Trenton (April) won by Rodger Ward 1972 Indianapolis 500 won by Mark Donohue Enjoy, Brad Edwards First Turn Productions LLC....
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  • True Grit Award for Marco Andretti Strategist Paul "Ziggy" Harcus (2011 Indy 500)

    True Grit Award for Marco Andretti Strategist Paul "Ziggy" Harcus (2011 Indy 500)

    This is the first TrackForum video the boss would let me publish. The ones from the Snake Pit were way too edgy. It's a nice intimate moment you won't see anywhere else:
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  • My nephew's first Indianapolis 500 adventure

    My nephew's first Indianapolis 500 adventure

    This year I had the privilege of taking my 13-year-old nephew to his first Indianapolis 500 Mile Race. I’ll call him “Michael” or just “the kid”. He’s a sharp kid who splits time between households in Avon, Indiana and just outside St. Pete, Florida. He rides motocross and four-wheelers, boats, hunts, fishes, plays Call of Duty avidly and has spent time with his grandfather flying a two-seater airplane. He doesn’t try to be mean, but he can be impatient and he knows what he li...
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  • TrackForum: Our Story

    TrackForum: Our Story

    Welcome to the New TrackForum.com. Here's a brief explanation of who we are: a community of race fans, with just enough participation by the professionals and insiders to keep us on track.

    Since we are race fans, first and foremost, there are times when we have to be patient, adapt, and encourage one another - maybe even pitch in - sorta like the folks who find themselves at the track or in the cars, in the pursuit of speed.

    Above all, our story is our members -...
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  • My 2011 Indy 500 Blog Mess

    My 2011 Indy 500 Blog Mess


    This year is the third year of the Centennial Era Indy 500 Jamboree and Hootenanny.

    It’s party time in Indy, and if you know me, you know I like a good party with guns and booze and drugs and chicks and fire trucks and all the other things that make life worth living.

    Yes. 100 years, give or take, of pants-wetting open wheeled excitement at the palace of speed. I say, “Give or take,” because maths is hard for me. Actually the...
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  • A Brief Thought On Street Races

    A Brief Thought On Street Races

    For those of you who hate street races and complain about the small number of passes. There are two reasons for that. One is it is hard to pass, and the qualifying order is a good representation of race pace so there isn't a lot of shuffling around. It isn't like an oval where they can change the stagger and adjust the front wing in the race and find you a bunch of speed, and even if they did, a small difference won't get you past a car that is only 0.1 slower than you. It becomes a battle of...
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  • Thoughts on Long Beach

    Thoughts on Long Beach

    Whats your thoughts on what is usually a boring parade of a street race? My thoughts for todays race 1. Congrats to Mike Conway, im happy for him. He was so fast at the end, Power or RHR would not have held him off at that pace. Great job and anytime we get a non Penske/Ganassi winner I AM HAPPY 2. Also congrats to rookies James Hinchcliffe and Sebastien Saavedra. Saavedra ran good all day considering the car he has and brought home a decent finish. Hinchcliffe ran a very good, clean ...
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  • The Ultimate Indy 500 Winning Car Collection - you've got to see this

    The Ultimate Indy 500 Winning Car Collection - you've got to see this

    I was lucky to get a preview of The Ultimate Indy 500 Winning Car Collection at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Hall of Fame Museum. I'm sure you'll be reading about it and viewing the photos from "the pros", but I'd like to share what it meant to me and how I felt, seeing this collection in this unique, once-on-a-lifetime format.

    http://www.trackforum.com/images/ind...s/P3191895.jpg As I related to Doug Boles (afka "panther4" here at TF), every springtime race season for ...
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  • TrackForum Soundtrack Thread

    TrackForum Soundtrack Thread

    So we've got some musically talented folks onboard - Heath Hamilton (Absentstar), Dulcet Road (badart), CARTer (Henle and the Loops) and even hdolan (as Himself) having recorded and played professionally...

    ... and we have our favorite soundbites - Gomer Sings, Jim Phillippe's homage, Tom Carnegie's "On IT!!", the sounds of the novi, the offy, the ford, the turbos and the engines of today... ... and we have the racing-themed, car-themed, and even TF thread-themed songs and sound c...
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