Many fans have called the new-style Indy car that was introduced for this season sleek, sexy and bold.
But there’s still likely tens of thousands of race fans will get their first up-close look at the new livery when they arrive at Indianapolis Motor Speedway on May 27th for the 102nd Running of the Indianapolis 500.
You’ve likely seen videos such as the Evolution of Dance and the Evolution of Music, right?
Well, the folks from partcatalog.com put together a great video/graphic of the Evolution of the Indy Car.
Check it out:
Dan Ticktum wins crash-marred FIA F3 World Cup in Macau
Ticktum won Macau’s qualification race as well as the Grand Prix, starting first in both events. For his victories, he earned 10 points, which combined with 25 for his runner-up finish in the European F3 Championship leaves him just five below the 40 needed for the license.
This was Ticktum’s second Macau Grand Prix victory.
“It was a dominant performance that I was preparing for,” Ticktum said on his web site. “I don’t think I’ve ever prepared as hard as I did for this race and it all worked out. In the final race a lot of variables were thrown at me but I handled them.”
On his way to victory lane, Ticktum had to survive several restarts including the lengthy red flag period following Floersch’s accident to repair the barrier.
“I can’t count how many safety car restarts we had to do,” Ticktum said. “It puts a lot of pressure on a driver here with such a long run down to the first corner. I can’t remember a weekend when I’ve put it all together so well.
“The car was absolutely perfect all weekend, it was so good and I can’t thank Motopark enough for that. I’ve never been so involved in the set-up, felt so at one with the car as I did this weekend.”