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.
It's days like this I miss Coach Knight.
I know, football versus basketball, whatever. If I was going to allow my son to play college level sports, I know which coach I'd prefer to be his mentor.
Wonder what he's thinking right now.
To recap the 2011 season:
St. Petersburg: Contact (Collected by carnage)Barber: Contact (Stupid Move)Long Beach: WinSao Paulo: 6th (Electrical problems in the rain forced a restart toward the back of the field)Indy: DNQ (Whole team had speed/qualification problems)Texas 1: 24th after starting 22ndTexas 2: 17th after starting 24thMilwaukee: 12th after starting 20thIowa: Contact (Collected by Ana Beatriz)Toronto: Contact (Collected by carnage)Edmonton:
The Last 18 days have been difficult for me. I've seen/met drivers that have died before, Colin McRae and Peter Brock, I was sad for them but it didn't have the Same Effect as this one. The First Indy Racing League season i watched was the 2005 season, where Dan was Dominating. Dan soon become on of my favorite drivers from that point on and coming From England was also a bonus. Every Year I go to Goodwood Festival of Speed and every year expect this year the festival has always run on the
Man, this was hard to write:
Nearly a decade ago, fans of IndyCar racing were first introduced to Dan Wheldon at Chicagoland Speedway. The young driver from Emberton, England was given an opportunity to drive a second car for Panther Racing. He showed enough promise at the time that, although most fans had never heard of him (and likely thought he was just another “foreign ride-buyer,” the furthest thing from the truth), he was already making an impression in the paddock.