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  • Go-To Sites for Indycar Related Content?

    I Mostly check out Racer.com as their coverage is the best in regards to IndyCar and of course here at TF, but I came upon a Facebook/Instagram page called The Indycar Scoop that is pretty good. They are non-biased which you typically don't get with many sites/pages, and they are pretty spot on w/ speculation and rumors.

    What other sites do you guys check out for Indycar Related news?
    My Heroes are Lloyd Dobbler, Lloyd Christmas, and Lloyd Ruby

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    ESPN the Magazine's Body Issue.

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      Hard Pass on the Body Issue, but any publicity for the sport/driver is good.
      My Heroes are Lloyd Dobbler, Lloyd Christmas, and Lloyd Ruby

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        David Malsher is Motorsport.com's Indycar reporter. They'll sometimes break stories but do offer some really insightful pieces.

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          Originally posted by E Nasty View Post
          ESPN the Magazine's Body Issue.
          Looks like that issue was the one that broke the camels back.

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            Originally posted by JohnyComeLately View Post
            Hard Pass on the Body Issue, but any publicity for the sport/driver is good.

            Arrow would like to have a word...
            If you make something idiot proof, the world will build a better idiot.

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              trackforum.org is my go to source for everything IndyCar.

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                Once in a while you'll find gems like these..

                INDIANAPOLIS—Capping off weeks of protest from local parents and students alike, the Indianapolis Motor Speedway was forced to lower its speed limit to 20 mph Tuesday after an elementary school opened next to the straightaway. “If any IndyCar motorists are found speeding near Lincoln Elementary between the hours of 7 a.m. and 4 p.m., or otherwise while children are present, they will be fined and prosecuted to the highest extent of the law,” said Indy 500 spokesperson Tarah Kissel, adding the school, which was built on the Indianapolis Motor Speedway’s spectator mound, caters to hundreds of 6- to 10-year-olds who must cross the racetrack Monday through Friday to get to class, regardless of the race schedule. “We understand that parents are concerned, especially given the history of reckless 200-mph driving that occurs near the school crosswalks. That is why, if any driver is caught disobeying a crossing guard or passing a school bus in the drop-off lane, fines will be doubled.” At press time, IndyCar drivers were reportedly up in arms after a rogue basketball rolled onto the speedway during the school’s recess and caused a fiery 12-car crash.
                "Some say he once took two pieces of fire, to create a single piece of wood... And that he too is now officially listed as an endangered species..."

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