As we find ourselves in the middle of the Speedway’s Centennial Era, there’s certainly much commemorative swag to be had. There’s the usual assortment of charms, Christmas tree ornaments, lady-bracelets & golf shirts & what have you. Which is fine, I suppose … … unless you were in the market for some Centennial Era FIREPOWER that generally scores [...]
Archive for April, 2010
(Look closely. How did we not notice this before?)
In theory, your favorite date-night restaurants would be determined solely on the basis of how good the food is. In reality, though, that’s just not true. Take “King Ribs Bar-B-Q” here in Indianapolis, down on Keystone Avenue. Every bite of their pulled-pork sandwich tastes like God lighting off bottle-rockets in your mouth. It is an entirely delightful [...]
We’re live from a Pagoda “safe house” in Indianapolis. A quorum has been reached. Jesus & Curt Cavin will be none too pleased.
Every year at Long Beach the crowd gathers on Saturday to catch a glimpse of celebrities driving around the racing circuit pretending to be real drivers. And by that I mean fans of the race imbibe lots of adult beverages and cheer for famous people to go all Death Race on each other while a [...]
So there was a little IndyCar party of some sort last night. In Hollywood. With a whole host of famous people & rock bands & Courtney Love’s rack in attendance, as well as throngs of curious onlookers getting introduced to the sport for the first time — all under the intense shine of an electric atmosphere. Borrrr-ing.
You know how typical IndyCar mailbags are all “informative” and “coherent” and “fact-based?” Booooooooo!, right? Right. Well fret no more. Because starting next week, we’re storming the formidable versus.com to fix that troublesome wrong. The plan? You all submit your IndyCar-ish questions/suggestions/ideas to me, and I address them in a weekly feature over there — the title of [...]