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St. Petersburg race was exactly what we should have expected

People aren't quite sure what to think about the Honda Grand Prix of St. Petersburg IZOD IndyCar Series race on Sunday. We explain why the race was what everyone should have expected.

INDYCAR aero kit delay blessing for fans, series

The delay in opening aero kit development in the IZOD IndyCar Series to 2013 is turning out to be a blessing for a sanction under deadline pressure for the upcoming season.

Dale Coyne Racing sees open window of opportunity, leaps headlong through it

The winning duo of Justin Wilson and Bill Pappas will be returning to Dale Coyne Racing for the 2012 IZOD IndyCar Series campaign.

2012 IndyCar puzzle slowly coming together

The 2012 IZOD IndyCar Series season puzzle is coming together slowly but surely. Pop Off Valve looks at the pieces that have fallen into place so far.

2012 IndyCar concepts inspire fan consensus: no delay for aero kits

The long-awaited unveiling of the 2012 IndyCar concept vehicles met with various reactions, but a consensus that multiple aero kits should not be delayed.

BLOG: Restoring the power of positive thinking

Pessimism has ruled the IndyCar series for so long, some don't know how to live without it. But 2012 will be a year when many can finally escape its weight.

INDYCAR: Lotus officially in for 2012 with engines, aero kits

IndyCar: Lotus officially in for 2012 with engines, aero kits

Thursday IndyCar Potpourri

Pop Off Valve gathers some bits and pieces of IZOD IndyCar Series news for some sardonic commentary! A perfect Thursday appetizer.

Cotman's engine rule decisions will make or break IndyCar's future

Tony Cotman will write the 2012 IZOD IndyCar Series engine and chassis rules, it was announced today. Pop Off Valve examines the biggest decision he will have to make in that process.

Manufacturers' best bet for 2012: Go "all in"

The IZOD IndyCar Series is desperate for new blood from manufacturers for the 2012 season, when new aerodynamic and engine regulations come into play. But it may only make sense for new companies to build both - not one or the other.

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