Originally Posted by jkeener24
I'm surprised no one has commented on the loss of the overhead air intake.
Maybe the intake stays, but the engine cover is open. I don't know, but I'm surprised and have a positive reaction to the number of area which are opened up for the kits. I expect that even with a new floor to reduce downforce, the cars next year will be significantly faster on the road courses.
Some where every year I do a prediction thread, story page some where on the internet about the Indianapolis 500. Figured this is as good as place to do it this year.
I'm actually more excited for the race this year then I have been for years, in fact this one will be the first 500 I've attended since 2009.
The excitement comes from the fact that returning former winners Juan Pablo Montoya and Jacques Villenueve along with former NASCAR champion Kurt Busch will be in
Originally Posted by MadisonIndyFan
Originally Posted by comfortably numb
How do you feel about trees and bushes?
Burt Munro says you should only pee on lemon trees.
The sport needs to adapt to what the fans want, or invent something better.
Originally Posted by 767
Had a couple of potential new fans watching the race with me yeterday. They were very happy with everything, but the finish. They liked racing in the rain. They were very impressed there were not more wrecks. They were actually pretty happy with the rest of the race because there was always action to watch. What they were not happy with was the ending. They felt robbed. They invested all of this time into the race, but got nothing at the end. The really funny thing is they did not say "Nascar