Mr. Pug commented on the post, Sainz's victory means more than half the F1 grid are race-winners 1 month ago
@bullfrog George Flaherty jr. won the 1957 Indy 500 but he raced under the name Pat. The first junior to win an F1 race was Phil Hill at the 1960 Italian Grand Prix.
Mr. Pug commented on the post, Caption Competition 188: He's got a brand new combine harvester 1 month, 2 weeks ago
No Valtteri, you’re supposed to give them a good thrashing not threshing!
He’s having a really good year in a series where the playing field is level enough that a really good year can put you in title contention.
Mr. Pug commented on the post, Rossi to join McLaren SP in 2023 after signing multi-year deal 2 months ago
@ajpennypacker Rossi has 6 podiums since 2020 versus the non-Herta Andretti drivers 3 so while Rossi has performed badly compared to his 2017-19 form and Herta it’s not like the rest of the team has done much to i […]
Mr. Pug commented on the post, Ericsson repels last-lap attack from O'Ward to win Indianapolis 500 2 months, 1 week ago
As a Longtime Dixon fan, this one stings. He’s nearly matched Mario Andretti for career wins and it’s starting to feel like he’ll stay tied for Indy wins. Congrats to Ericsson on the well deserved win. For a momen […]
The road course cuts across the warm up lane so any wall would have to be temporary and probably couldn’t withstand an impact from a car traveling at full speed
Newgarden is eligible but as said by @tflb above I doubt he would leave Penske for Haas.
Strongly disagree. The U.S. GP was the first F1 race in the Americas in almost two years and there is no Canadian GP this year which certainly helped set the attendance record. COTA has had serious financial […]
Mr. Pug commented on the post, McLaren end second-longest wait between wins for an F1 team 10 months, 4 weeks ago
The last all orange Mclaren win I can confirm is the 1976 Indy 500. Johnny Rutherford would later win the second race at Texas World Speedway but I have not found a photo of his car at that race. The orange was […]
Mr. Pug commented on the post, Grosjean to make racing return in IndyCar with Coyne 1 year, 6 months ago
While not official it is expected that Daly will be driving Max Chilton’s car on the non-Indy ovals.
Mr. Pug commented on the post, How Pietro Fittipaldi narrowly qualified for his F1 debut this weekend 1 year, 8 months ago
@KeithCollantine Fittipaldi actually started the final five races of the 2018 Indycar season after he recovered from his broken leg.
Mr. Pug commented on the post, Masi was "more than comfortable" with timing of decision to start Q2 1 year, 8 months ago
Anyone who needs hindsight to realize that the same circumstances as the sport’s last fatal accident might be dangerous has no business as the race director.
Mr. Pug commented on the post, Grosjean 'regrets not checking the IndyCar calendar' 1 year, 9 months ago
There aren’t many seats left for him at this point. The Andretti seats are likely to be filled by Hunter-Reay and Hinchcliffe. With Bourdais signed Foyt would probably target someone who brought a lot of s […]
If the straight between Tamburello and Villeneuve was angled slightly to the left then Villeneuve could become a long sweeper with decent runoff and crash angles. The problem with removing Alta is the speed of […]
Vettel in both cases rejoined in the path of an oncoming car (and in Monza right at the apex of a corner making him almost impossible to avoid) while Kyvat was clear in front of Albon, slowed down to let him by on […]
Mr. Pug commented on the post, Brawn: Italian GP shows why F1 needs reverse grid races 1 year, 11 months ago
F1’s last attempt to recreate a chaotic, fluky race resulted in the high deg tires we all hate. Reverse grid qualifying races, like those tires, is simply a band-aid that does not address the real issues of huge p […]
Mr. Pug commented on the post, Alonso won't return to Indianapolis 500 before 2023 1 year, 12 months ago
So… O’Ward-Askew 1-2 in 2021 then?
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