Racing car enthusiasts come from all over the world to watch the Edmonton Indy Car Series. Edmonton hosted the first inaugural race in 2005 and was formerly known as the West Edmonton Mall Grand Prix. Average speeds during the race is 105 miles per hour. Spectators love the thrill and excitement of Grand Prix racing events. There are a host of activities during the races including live concerts, food and beverage offerings.
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We get a lot of great races on our directTV but one of the lesser-covered sports is Grand Prix. There are a few races coming up that may not be televised in your area but you should follow, nonetheless – here are our picks for the top three:
Indian Grand Prix: The winner of this race will have a guaranteed spot in the World Finals and the Indian tracks are known for being fast and dangerous. If you’re looking for action and controversy you’ll undoubtedly find it here.
Singapore Grand Prix: Most of us can’t afford a flight and tickets to the SGP but this race often has a bigger impact than fans think. Often Singapore can knock out on-the-line drivers and cast the draws for the rest of the year.
Baltimore Grand Prix: You’ve actually got a good chance of getting this race on TV every year within the US and though 2011′s has already been decided next year’s is sure to be just as contentious and loud. Baltimore is a fast track and there’s always a crash or two.
When training to become an Indy Car Series Racer, drivers have to take the time to really improve the quality of their drive, and must put in hours a day, for the training they will be doing. Other than this, they are going to have to have the natural ability and skill level, which is required to race at such a high level of competition, and they are going to be required to have the level of competition, which they are always looking to take the title. Racers at this level are not able Read the rest of this entry »
When it comes to learning to race in the Edmonton Indy Car Series, you better be on you’re a game.
When I was younger, one of my favorite things to do was head to the Edmonton Indy car series. There was nothing better than being able to see all my favorite race car drivers. The thrill of the cars zooming around the track at maximum velocity; the smell of tires burning on the pavement; and the sound of the indy car fans, constantly cheering for more.
These days, indy cars have come a long way from the old school cars that use to hit the tracks back in the day. The sky is truly the limit when it comes to the size of these massive tracks. The stands for spectators have also come a long way.
One of the best racks around is easily the Edmonton Indy Car Series. This event features some of the best drivers in the world. The series also is a counterpart to some of the larger Indy car series in existence.
So remember, the next time your recalling some of your favorite Indy car races from the past, don’t forget how the times have change and how far the great sport that is Indy racing has come.
For car racing fans, the series in Edmonton is one of the biggest in Indy car racing series. So, whether you are a team fan, or whether you are a fan of a particular driver, or just of the car and the sponsors on their car, choosing your racer and team, and finding the best cars on the track, is what all car racing and Indy race fans do during a big event or race. So, when going to a race, many fans will base their pick off not only the Read the rest of this entry »
The Edmonton Indy Car Series is one of the most exciting car series anywhere in the world. With drivers like Danica Patrick, Dario Franchitti, and Takumo Sato, the Edmonton series has plenty of star quality. Danica Patrick is one of the most widely celebrated drivers in racing history. Between her endorsements and modeling, she is as famous off the track as on it. And you can follow her at the Edmonton Indy Car Series.
The Grand Prix race has many upcoming events. They have events taking place Read the rest of this entry »
The 2011 Edmonton Indy Car Series took place in Edmonton, Alberta on July 24 at the Edmonton City Centre Airport. The top 5 racers included: Justin Wilson, Tony Kanaan, Dario Franchitti, Helio Castroneves and the race winner, Will Power.
Justin Wilson, the driver who came in fifth place, is originally from Sheffield, England and joined the IZOD indy car series in 2008.
Tony Kanaan, a Brazilian native, came in fourth place on the 24th. He won the Indy Car Series title in 2004 after a spectacular season in 2003. Read the rest of this entry »
Every year thousands of people sit around and watch the Grand Prix. The Grand Prix is an exciting and intense race that occurs all over Europe making for an exciting event for everyone to watch and enjoy. Finding information on the Grand Prix can be difficult but looking in the proper places is a great way to find info on all the latest and popular Grand Prix races. The Grand Prix is an exiting race that has everyone’s adrenaline running from the drivers to Read the rest of this entry »
Everyone is learning to drive all over again at Edmonton. This year it has been a quick course for the drivers, one on how to drive in the Edmonton Indy Car Series. Nothing is more frustrating so far than the weather that is after the eventful racing days as they are beginning. Drivers and crews had to bide their time waiting in the downpour of rain, but others found out the problems that can occur from water weight when it disrupts or Read the rest of this entry »