(Note: This article originally appeared at IndyCar Advocate)
There’s been almost a bewildering amount of news coming out of INDYCAR so far this week—single-file restarts back at several ovals, Conquest Racing sounding as if they’ll be missing the first races of the season, the carousel that is Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing continuing to spin, qualifying heats at Iowa—and it can be overwhelming to the fan. Honestly, most of us are just to the point where we want to see racing. I love
Does any remember the year that someone lost a tire and wheel and another car hit it sending it into the north end grandstands, fatally injuring a spectator? My Father in Law, at the time, was a Deputy Coroner in Marion County. There were two Deputy Coroners on 24 hour duty daily at the time. On Race Day one was assigned to the Track while the other covered the rest of the county. We had a cookout that day at our house, kind of a gathering to listen to the 500 since it isn't shown live. My Father
In the 60's I used to go to the track with my Dad. I remember a turbine car that seemed to practice but I don't think ever tried to qualify for the Indy 500. Recently I heard that there was a issue of a delay in throttle response when exiting the turns. It was owned by John Zink of Tulsa, Oklahoma. Does anyone have any info on this turbine that they wish to share? I hope so and thanks for reading my post.
A few years back I went into an old TV Shop on West Washington Street and happened to meet and interesting fellow by the name of Jackie Holmes. He proceeded to tell me of his driving of a Six Wheel Car in the Indianapolis 500. He even produced an old framed B & W post qualifying print. Although he has long since passed away I was wondering if anyone could enlighten me on Jackie Holmes and his ride in the Six Wheel Indy Car?
Originally Posted by Jojow
Josef will drive with No. 67, good luck to him!!!
Really hope this works out well for both him and Sarah. Josef is a super nice guy and can certainly drive I hope he has a good career in Indycar.