#86 HJ: „I’m very disappointed. If you look at our teammates we definitely underperformed throughout the second have of the regular season. I am looking forward to some good results now to keep my seat for next year.”
#86 HJ: “We really need a win here. No chance of getting to the playoffs by points. We’ve already had some good runs on road courses this season, so this gives some hope. Actually I can be satisfied by my rookie season. But this is a strong rookie class this year and we still need to show some...
#86-Jawkins: “yes, yes, yes! We’re in! That was fun.”
#86-CC: “Nice job, buddy. You’ve gained 10 positions tonight. Bring it in and we’ll set you up for the main.”
#86-SP: “Hold on, dudes. #68 didn’t make. Repeat: Mike’s not in.”
#86-Jawkins: “ **** “
I don’t like Ferrucci, either. He behaved in a way that shouldn’t proceed him to a top-class series. At least not the year after. Too bad, Fittipaldi decided to stay with F1. But he still is very young and has a lot of time to become a great in US-racing.
Alonso will be running at Daytona 24...
So - Ferrucci will be in the #19 at Dale Coyne full time next year.
What do you think about that?
Personally I don’t like that choice.
So - with 7 seats still available, what’s going to happen next?
What about starting the season with 26 drivers and fill the rest for Indy only?
With about 6 weeks left in 2018 it seems like we’re going to have a wec-like „super season“ .
I would have preferred the addition of another oval. The addition might be good from a marketing standpoint and it’s good for Cota having a major US-series running there.
I’ve watched every race of the MotoGP since they are running there. Most of those races provided intense and thrilling...
Just looked it up to get more knowledge about cross section paralysis. Even though this looks worse than what has been reported before, there’s no indication whether his state is permanent or not.
There are forms of cross section paralysis where the patient might not have enough...
Looks good to me but I have no clue of medical stuff so I won’t try to judge. Just hope that he will return.
So - with Alonso out and Jones in it will be only Carlin and Juncos Racing having seats still available. Apart from who might be in the #6 at next season‘s start.
What a pity. I was looking forward to that as well. Anyway - looks like there will be about 26 regular entries for next year so racing will be even better. Even without Alonso and McLaren.
The guys at the Trackside podcast said there might be some uncertainty about Wickens until January. Any...
So - Felix Rosenqvist will officially be in the #10 car next year.
Where will Ed Jones be and is there still a chance to see Alsonso full time in 2019?