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Beaux Barfield takes first step into vast IndyCar minefield


For Beaux Barfield, newly-announced director of Race Control for the IZOD IndyCar Series, each brick at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway start/finish line may be an unexploded mine.

Defending Randy Bernard


INDYCAR CEO Randy Bernard has become an unjustified scapegoat for the tragic accident that killed Indy 500 champion Dan Wheldon.

Evolution or revolution? IndyCar drivers face critical crossroads with new restart rule


The big debate in the hours following the Honda Grand Prix of St. Petersburg IZOD IndyCar Series race was whether new restart rules were too dangerous for the drivers. We take a closer look.

Randy Bernard on "The Big Joe Show" on 1070 The Fan


INDYCAR CEO Randy Bernard stopped by "The Big Joe Show" on 1070AM The Fan in Indianapolis yesterday. Follow the jump for the interview.

When "more of the same" ceases to be a good thing


Randy Bernard has helped energize IndyCar by breaking it out of its stagnant state. Perhaps other racing series can learn by example.

The Brickyard Redemption: Thoughts on a glorious off-season


For the first time in almost two decades, the IZOD IndyCar community is enjoying an off-season full of hope for the future.

On giving credit where it is due


When IndyCar was struggling, everyone tried to duck blame. Now that it is rebounding, everyone wants credit. We look at who deserves the plaudits.

Dinner at Big Bill's: A Questionable Allegory in One Act


As we enter the weekend, here is a little IndyCar-related satire to keep you laughing.

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: The Paddock Pulse (November 10 Edition)


Paddock Pulse is back with more bloggy goodness for the IndyCar community!

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