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Tonight, we sift through the rubble after the mayhem that went down at the Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach. Alexander Rossi, super aggressive in qualifying and super smooth during the race, dominated the weekend, but newcomers Ed Jones and Zach Veach also yield impressive results. Ryan Hunter-Reay has a race he’d rather forget, and Bourdais makes t…
 
Tonight, we look at the winners and losers from the Desert Diamond West Valley Casino Phoenix Grand Prix. There were a lot of questions headed into this weekend. How did the new universal aero kit do? How did the rookies fare in what for many of them was their first oval race? Did anyone show up to watch? We also look forward to the Toyota Grand Pr…
 
Tonight we’re going to cover the Mazda Road to Indy! All three rungs were at St. Petersburg and each had two races: USF2000, Pro Mazda, and Indy Lights. There’s a whole bunch of new faces in all three branches and we also see several drivers graduating from one rung to the next. The Mazda Road to Indy is doing exactly what it’s supposed to do, grad…
 
This week we preview the 2018 Verizon IndyCar Series season opener on the streets of St. Petersburg, FL. Joining the IndyCars are all three of the Mazda Road to Indy junior formula series and the Pirelli World Challenge. It’s going to be a very busy weekend! Leading into the weekend, we’ve had a flurry of last minute driver announcements for the Ma…
 
We’re only three weeks away from the season openers for the Verizon IndyCar Series and the entire Mazda Road to Indy program at St. Petersburg, FL. IndyCar has been testing down at Phoenix, and is experimenting with a windscreen solution to the cockpit intrusion problem, a very different solution than Formula 1’s halo system. The Mazda Road to Indy…
 
Today on The Parc Ferme’s Cambered Corner we have pleasure of welcoming the SCCA’s Director of Marketing and Experiential Programs, Heyward Wagner, to talk about the recent revival of experience-driven events at race tracks around the country and specifically the renewal of the SCCA Time Trials program and the continuation of Track Night in America…
 
Tonight, we review the Verizon IndyCar Race race at the beautiful and historic Watkins Glen International. Team Penske showed a rare moment of weakness as they struggled with setup all weekend long, and especially during the race. Scott Dixon drove like a champion, while points leader Josef Newgarden drove like a chumpion. Meanwhile Alexander Rossi…
 
Tonight, we review the trio of races this past weekend at Gateway Motorsports Park including the Verizon IndyCar Series Bommarito Automotive Group 500. All three races had championship implications, and we look at who still has a chance this coming weekend at Watkins Glen. We also weigh in on the intrateam argy-bargy at Team Penske and Newgarden’s …
 
Tonight, we review the other 500-mile race on the Verizon IndyCar Schedule, the ABC Supply 500 at Pocono Raceway. The tricky triangle brought us some good racing, and some serious engineering challenges to a number of team.Bourdais is back even earlier than expected! He’ll run the No. 18 Dale Coyne car for the final three races which includes this …
 
Tonight, we catch up with the Mazda Road to Indy! The Pro Mazda and Indy Lights series held a test at the newly repaved Gateway Motorsports Park, and we were there to see if the junior formula cars were as suitable to the track as the IndyCars were the previous week. While there, we reconnected with Pro Mazda racer, TJ Fischer, and INDYCAR’s Mazda …
 
This week, we review last weekend’s race at the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course. The championship has taken a dramatic turn, and we analyze what the standings and chances look like before the coming race in Pocono. The Monday after the race, the 2018 road course aero kit got a shakedown, and received rave reviews from the drivers.On Thursday, the Verizo…
 
This week, INDYCAR takes over the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course. In addition to the Verizon IndyCar Series race on Sunday, the entire Mazda Road to Indy will be on hand with USF2000 and IndyLights running two races, and the Pro Mazda series racing three times over the three day weekend. This weekend will be a pivotal race in all four series, and we’ll…
 
Doug is in a cave somewhere scouting out underground headquarters to base his plans for worldwide domination. So... once again it is up to us to update you on Indycar. We missed last weeks show, sorry! This means with Indycars crazy relentless schedule at this time of year we’ve had two races back to back so we’ve got Iowa to recap followed by Toro…
 
After four straight busy weekends, including the Indianapolis 500 and a double-header at Detroit, the Verizon IndyCar Series returns to the high-speed, high-banks of Texas Motor Speedway. We also saw the series return to the pack-style racing that drew so much criticism in 2011. We parse through the Rainguard Water Sealers 600 and it’s nine finishe…
 
The rain gods love IndyCar racing! In spite of forecasts of rain for both the Indianapolis 500 and Race to at Detroit’s Belle Isle, the fans and racers enjoyed ideal race conditions. Belle Isle is the only double-header on the IndyCar schedule and comes with it’s own special qualifying format. We review the qualifying drama and the brilliant career…
 
Today, I have the great pleasure and honor to speak with ascendant Mazda Road to Indy driver, savvy businessman, and host of the “I Hate Racing Radio” podcast TJ Fischer. TJ last spoke with Formula1Blog.com in an interview with Todd “aka Negative Camber” McCandless as part of the FBC Downshift interview series while he was racing in Formula Renault…
 
The rain held off and we turned a full 200 laps for the 101st Running of the Indianapolis 500 Mile Race on the Sunday of Memorial Day Weekend. McLaren F1 driver Fernando Alonso stole the limelight most of the Month of May and Race Day was no exception, but other former Formula 1 drivers also had their moments including Alexander Rossi, Juan Pablo M…
 
After dodging the raindrops on Saturday, the Fast Nine for Pole Day was set. We look at who succeeded and who underperformed, and what the Honda engine failures during Sunday’s and Monday’s practice sessions mean for Race Day. Monday’s practice session was all about race setup, and although we hesitate to read too much into the times, Honda still s…
 
The Month of May has begun, and we review the INDYCAR Grand Prix without resorting to using the term “lockstep”. As of Monday of this week, practice has begun for the 101st running of the Indianapolis 500 Mile Race and while the first two days saw Chamber-of-Commerce weather, Wednesday brought fierce winds that eventually brought a halt to the day’…
 
Doug and John look at IndyCar's desire to capture the live streaming magic that surrounded Alonso's test, we look at how seriously we should be taking the rumors of fly-away races to Mexico and China, and we preview this weekend's Indianapolis GP that marks the official start of the Month of May.By TheParcFerme.com
 
Tonight, we look back at the Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach. Reliability issues claim all four Andretti Autosport cars, while the Chevrolet teams make a comeback and Dale Coyne Racing’s Sebastian Bourdais quietly establishes himself as the dominating leader in the championship points standing. We also look forward to the Month of May and marvel at…
 
Tonight, we take a look at the artist illustration of the 2018 Indycar aero kit, which has emerged in recent days, and look ahead to this weekend’s upcoming Long Beach Grand Prix. We also take a look at the Mazda Road to Indy Races that opened the 2017 seasons for the USF2000, Pro Mazda, and Indy Lights Championships. All three series offered great…
 
The first race of the 2017 Verizon IndyCar Series, the Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg, is in the books, and what a great race weekend it was. There was an assortment of both the usual suspects leading practice as well as some surprises, drama about brakes and cooling issues, and a few off-track excursions that sent crews into furious action…
 
Today we take a look at the art and craft of motorsport photography with the highly talented Jay Alley. Jay is one of the staff photographers for Motorsport.com, an AP photographer, and Chief Photographer for the ARCA Racing Series. He has created magnificent images of a wide variety of racing including IndyCar, Formula 1, NASCAR, ARCA, USAC, myria…
 
The Race of Champions is over, and a young racer from Canada sticks it to the 2016 Global Rallycross Champion and the 2016 Indianapolis 500 winner, while JPM takes the title. The Rolex 24 is this Saturday, and there are a number of IndyCar and MRTI drivers in the line-up, and FBC’s home IndyCar race at Gateway Motorsports Park gets a title sponsor.…
 
Happy New Year!! The new year always brings new hopes and ambitions, and that’s true for the Verizon IndyCar Series as well, with repaves a plenty during this off season and a potential for new engine manufacturers. The 2017 TV schedule has been announced as well as the continuation of live streaming of practices. We get a glimpse of the next evolu…
 
Professor Doug Patterson, John “The Race Fan” Olsakovsky and Tom “The Motorsports Monk” Firth get together one last time in 2016 to parse the news and rumors surrounding the upcoming IndyCar and MRTI seasons. IndyCar rides are becoming more scarce as a few more driver signings are announced, and the Indy Lights grid is taking shape. Pro Mazda revea…
 
Doug is still tending to family matters, so it’s up to Tom and John to find a way to thin out the void of Verizon IndyCar Series news to fill up an hour of something kind of entertaining. There’s really only one seat left, so who will be in it when the music stops? Will there be a pair of mirrored balls in Gasoline Alley? And there’s a bombshell in…
 
As the offseason grows longer, speculation about the last few open seats runs rampant. Since our fearless leader Doug has to take care of family, Tom “TMM” Firth and myself, John “TRF” Olsakovsky will break down all we know. About who’s in and who’s out for 2017. Dallara is going to be Dallara or a while, but that’s not all bad, and we’ll tell you …
 
Since the captain of this ship, Doug “The Professor” Patterson is en route to somewhere that Hurricane Matthew ISN’T, it’s up to Thomas Francis William Archibald Firth - 17th Earl of Ryedale. and myself, John “The Race Fan” Olsakovsky to discuss all the goings on in the Verizon IndyCar Series. The season is over, so awards get handed out and driver…
 
We tried to provide you a show from the SCCA Solo Nationals and a preview of Verizon IndyCar Series finale at Sonoma Raceway, but difficult logistics and technical snafus thwarted our attempts at Episodes 9a and 9b. Third time’s the charm, and we have a lot to discuss tonight. The IndyCar and Mazda Road to Indy seasons are over and we have four new…
 
Tonight, we preview IndyCar's final 500-mile race of the season, the ABC Supply 500 at Pocono. We are also honored to have as our special guest, Aaron Telitz of Team Pelfrey. Aaron has been racing formula cars since 2012 when he competed in the Skip Barber F2000 Summer Series. He entered the Mazda Road to Indy in the USF2000 series with Arms Up Mot…
 
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