Indy Car racing

Indy Car racing

(ˈɪndɪ)
n
(Motor Racing) a US form of professional motor racing around banked oval tracks
[C20: named after the Indianapolis 500 motor race]
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The excitement and support of Steak 'n Shake's involvement with the team and Indy car racing has exceeded my wildest expectations," added Bobby Rahal, co-owner of RLL.
HPD was founded in 1993 as the performance arm of American Honda, to spearhead the company's entry into Indy car racing.
Off goes the boss and the three young things switch on a TV set to watch Indy car racing - possibly the only spectator sport worse than dominoes - and celebrate with, wait for it, cans of Pepsi Max.
It tells how Newman entered the racing world, explores his partnership with Carl Haas that produced eight CART/Champ Car titles during 25 years of Indy car racing, and uses trackside stories and interviews with those who knew Newman.
Topsham, ME, won all-expense-paid trips for two to a championship event for Indy car racing, baseball, football and hockey, respectively.
Burning rubber: Scott Dixon, Live Indy Car Racing League,
Dancing With the Stars gave Castroneves a chance to connect with fans who might not otherwise know Indy car racing existed.
6million funding to make his dream a reality, and has assembled a team of skilled engineers with experience as diverse as Indy Car racing in the USA and Formula One race car design in the UK.
As he approaches his 80s, Newman is happy to act only on odd occasions, and prefers to concentrate on his family (he has five daughters, his son Scott died of a drugs overdose in 1978), second wife Joanne Woodward, Indy Car racing and charity.
Indy Car racing is the US equivalent to Europeandominated Formula One with cars reaching speeds of more than 200mph.
Even the American Indy Car Racing League has just announced a sponsorship bigger than United's.