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IndyCar a "series of the people"? Amazingly, yes.

Humility forced upon IndyCar by its tumble from grace in the 1990s has wrought a great many changes in how it appeals to people who bother to experience it.

The Paddock Pulse: July 18 Edition

Make sure you keep up-to-date with the latest goings-on in the IndyCar blogosphere with PopOffValve.com's weekly Paddock Pulse!

"Speed dating" with the IndyCar drivers


Having trouble getting to know the IZOD IndyCar Series drivers? Here are a few quick details that might inspire you to get to know them better.

The Paddock Pulse: June 20 Edition


The busiest stretch of the 2012 IZOD IndyCar Series season wraps up this weekend, and the Paddock Pulse is here to give you a taste of how fans have reacted.

IndyCar's trust in drivers' skill pays off handsomely at Texas


For the first time in years, INDYCAR trusted their drivers to show top-level talent - and the drivers responded at Texas Motor Speedway.

The INDYCAR Fan White Paper


As rumors of power-hungry infighting dog the IZOD IndyCar Series only days after a stellar Indianapolis 500, fans take a page from the legendary Dan Gurney and voice their advice for the sport's...

Who belongs in the Indianapolis 500?


Should 47-year-old Jean Alesi have a chance to qualify at Indianapolis? The answer is definitely yes.

The three-headed monster of Indy 500 fandom


The Indy 500 has always meant many things to many people, but its meaning needs to be updated for the modern sports fan.

Our business: the entitlement of INDYCAR fans as consumers


What rights do fans have to voice criticisms of a sporting league like INDYCAR? The simple answer: the same rights as any other consumer.

Lotus gamble becomes scramble for desperate teams


Two IZOD IndyCar teams, faced with the prospect of being backmarkers at the Indianapolis 500, chose to cut ties with the manufacturer and hope for help from Chevy and Honda.

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