Don’t blame Josef Newgarden for leaving Ed Carpenter’s Verizon IndyCar Series team, and don’t blame powerful Team Penske for signing Newgarden. It’s the right thing to do for the employee and his new employer. 727 more words
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You might have trouble convincing Will Power that it’s been a dominant year on the IndyCar circuit for Team Penske.
At least you might have before Sunday’s second half of the IndyCar dual in Detroit at the Chevrolet Detroit Belle Isle Grand Prix. 217 more words
The last place Sebastien Bourdais expected to find himself at the end of Saturday’s Chevrolet Detroit Belle Isle Grand Prix was in first place.
“This should have been a Penske-fest,” Bourdais admitted, referring to the four-car monolith of Team Penske that has dominated the IndyCar Series in 2016, winning four of the first six races. 607 more words
Let’s roll back the clock a little bit. It’s October of 1973. You’re in southern California, you’re smack dab in the middle of the oil embargo, your boss Roger Penske tells you to start prepping for his International Race of Champions (IROC), you turn on your radio, and Free Ride by the Edgar Winter Group fuzzes into your speakers. 282 more words