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Re: Indycar 2019 - News and Discussion

Posted: Mon Feb 11, 2019 20:50 pm
by John

Latest post of the previous page:

Bunch of stuff from Laguna I saw over at Reddit, sharing it here because why the fuck not?



New livery for Chilton to drive when he's not doing the beast with two backs with his Grade A girlfriend:
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to quote from elsewhere: This team is a goddamned catastrophe shitshow of a tire fire.



10 minutes of Laguna footage.

Re: Indycar 2019 - News and Discussion

Posted: Mon Feb 11, 2019 21:01 pm
by kals
A really good livery, a shitty driver. So it all balances out (like Lisa's burned and frozen fishsticks).

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The livery apparently gets it's inspiration from a Gallagher Premiership rugby ball

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Re: Indycar 2019 - News and Discussion

Posted: Mon Feb 11, 2019 21:50 pm
by DoubleFart
Livery is gorgeous and reminds me of watching Greg Moore in the Players when I was 10.

Re: Indycar 2019 - News and Discussion

Posted: Mon Feb 11, 2019 21:58 pm
by John
Neat touch with the rugby balls. Best livery so far this year, IMHO.

Re: Indycar 2019 - News and Discussion

Posted: Tue Feb 12, 2019 09:01 am
by Ian-S
I hate you break it to you @John but Chloe isn't Max's girlfriend....
She's his wife.

Re: Indycar 2019 - News and Discussion

Posted: Tue Feb 12, 2019 09:33 am
by John
Ian-S wrote:
7 months ago
I hate you break it to you @John but Chloe isn't Max's girlfriend....
She's his wife.
So he doesn't get laid any longer.

Re: Indycar 2019 - News and Discussion

Posted: Tue Feb 12, 2019 12:21 pm
by MonteCristo
John wrote:
7 months ago
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That's a beauty.
John wrote:
7 months ago
to quote from elsewhere: This team is a goddamned catastrophe shitshow of a tire fire.
A bloody shame. This guy deserves a full time ride after the awesomeness that was Sonoma. How are Mexican sponsors not all over him like Max on his wife?

Re: Indycar 2019 - News and Discussion

Posted: Tue Feb 12, 2019 12:41 pm
by John
MonteCristo wrote:
7 months ago
John wrote:
7 months ago
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That's a beauty.
John wrote:
7 months ago
to quote from elsewhere: This team is a goddamned catastrophe shitshow of a tire fire.
A bloody shame. This guy deserves a full time ride after the awesomeness that was Sonoma. How are Mexican sponsors not all over him like Max on his wife?
Is Tecate spending all their money at the F1 race these days?

Re: Indycar 2019 - News and Discussion

Posted: Tue Feb 12, 2019 13:35 pm
by Ian-S
John wrote:
7 months ago
Ian-S wrote:
7 months ago
I hate you break it to you @John but Chloe isn't Max's girlfriend....
She's his wife.
So he doesn't get laid any longer.
Probably but still that's another thing he managed to do better than his brother....

Re: Indycar 2019 - News and Discussion

Posted: Tue Feb 12, 2019 14:17 pm
by kals
John wrote:
7 months ago
Neat touch with the rugby balls. Best livery so far this year, IMHO.
That was until Tech 3 unveiled their 2019 bike :whistling:

Re: Indycar 2019 - News and Discussion

Posted: Tue Feb 12, 2019 14:18 pm
by kals
John wrote:
7 months ago
Ian-S wrote:
7 months ago
I hate you break it to you @John but Chloe isn't Max's girlfriend....
She's his wife.
So he doesn't get laid any longer.
Pretty sure they have a kid together, so no.

Re: Indycar 2019 - News and Discussion

Posted: Tue Feb 12, 2019 14:54 pm
by John
2019 ROTY Felix speaks his mind: https://www.motorsport.com/indycar/news ... s/4336061/
“I’m very much for the old-school kind of circuits, especially street circuits. I find I normally have better results on those kinds of circuits as well.

“I wouldn’t say COTA is like Abu Dhabi because this track has a lot of elevation change, and it’s a really cool layout and it’s pretty good to learn the limits of the car a little more. But I would take street circuits like St. Pete, Long Beach…”

“Coming from Europe, we have a lot of these tracks that have become a bit spoiled, I would say, by big runoffs that take the challenge out of the circuits. In the U.S., I like the way that… it’s not that the circuits are unsafe, it’s more that they have a certain DNA in the track that makes that track special. They don’t really change the tracks from year to year.
Amen, bruh.

Re: Indycar 2019 - News and Discussion

Posted: Tue Feb 12, 2019 15:03 pm
by Ian-S
kals wrote:
7 months ago
John wrote:
7 months ago
Ian-S wrote:
7 months ago
I hate you break it to you @John but Chloe isn't Max's girlfriend....
She's his wife.
So he doesn't get laid any longer.
Pretty sure they have a kid together, so no.
I thought it was only Tom that had got a commoner preggers?

Re: Indycar 2019 - News and Discussion

Posted: Tue Feb 12, 2019 16:50 pm
by John

Re: Indycar 2019 - News and Discussion

Posted: Tue Feb 12, 2019 18:20 pm
by John
Colt .45 tops the morning session at COTA. And I'm way more psyched for St. Pete's than Australia.

Re: Indycar 2019 - News and Discussion

Posted: Wed Feb 13, 2019 10:17 am
by John
Full COTA times for yesterday:

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1	88	Colton Herta	1:46.626	--.----	--.----	11	22	1:55.024	21	 	24	115.132	2:59:36.720	Honda	P	27	Harding Steinbrenner Racing
2	12	Will Power	1:47.104	0.4786	0.4786	27	28	1:48.244	25	 	16	114.617	2:58:04.112	Chevy	P	10	Team Penske
3	3	Helio Castroneves	1:47.695	1.0691	0.5905	35	36	2:06.033	33	 	22	113.989	2:58:15.408	Chevy	P	2	Team Penske
4	10	Felix Rosenqvist	1:48.045	1.4193	0.3502	27	38	2:15.156	35	 	5	113.619	3:00:27.551	Honda	P	8	Chip Ganassi Racing Teams
5	9	Scott Dixon	1:48.047	1.4216	0.0023	22	28	1:50.989	27	 	4	113.617	2:53:50.376	Honda	P	7	Chip Ganassi Racing Teams
6	22	Simon Pagenaud	1:48.058	1.4324	0.0108	23	33	2:05.953	29	 	18	113.605	3:00:23.929	Chevy	P	17	Team Penske
7	27	Alexander Rossi	1:48.122	1.4958	0.0634	22	30	1:49.897	29	 	11	113.539	2:57:13.635	Honda	P	21	Andretti Autosport
8	15	Graham Rahal	1:48.341	1.7152	0.2194	25	32	1:53.344	31	 	17	113.309	2:59:08.656	Honda	P	12	Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing
9	19	Santino Ferrucci	1:48.385	1.7593	0.0441	16	22	1:49.844	21	 	9	113.263	2:58:30.747	Honda	P	14	Dale Coyne Racing
10	21	Spencer Pigot	1:48.399	1.7729	0.0136	20	38	1:48.827	36	 	3	113.249	2:58:37.400	Chevy	P	16	Ed Carpenter Racing
11	7	Marcus Ericsson	1:48.406	1.7799	0.0070	22	28	1:50.884	25	 	25	113.241	2:56:55.838	Honda	P	5	Arrow Schmidt Peterson Motorsport
12	5	James Hinchcliffe	1:48.410	1.7843	0.0044	27	28	1:53.800	25	 	20	113.237	2:54:52.889	Honda	P	4	Arrow Schmidt Peterson Motorsports
13	2	Josef Newgarden	1:48.421	1.7952	0.0109	17	22	1:50.207	21	 	23	113.225	2:58:26.278	Chevy	P	1	Team Penske
14	26	Zach Veach	1:48.569	1.9435	0.1483	22	26	1:49.728	24	 	13	113.071	2:55:44.945	Honda	P	20	Andretti Autosport
15	28	Ryan Hunter-Reay	1:48.710	2.0838	0.1403	20	21	1:49.256	19	 	12	112.925	2:42:33.834	Honda	P	22	Andretti Autosport
16	98	Marco Andretti	1:48.714	2.0885	0.0047	15	20	1:50.215	19	 	15	112.920	2:57:36.908	Honda	P	28	Andretti Herta Autosport with Curb-Agajanian
17	60	Jack Harvey	1:48.901	2.2757	0.1872	27	27	1:48.901	24	 	8	112.726	2:58:20.517	Honda	P	25	Meyer Shank Racing with Arrow SPM
18	23	RC Enerson	1:48.996	2.3697	0.0940	15	27	1:50.201	24	 	19	112.629	2:43:30.517	Chevy	P	18	Carlin
19	20	Ed Jones	1:49.208	2.5819	0.2122	19	28	1:48.975	26	 	10	112.410	2:58:49.238	Chevy	P	15	Ed Carpenter Racing
20	18	Sebastien Bourdais	1:49.223	2.5973	0.0154	23	30	1:48.924	27	 	7	112.394	2:58:59.463	Honda	P	13	Dale Coyne Racing with Vasser-Sullivan
21	59	Max Chilton	1:49.266	2.6403	0.0430	29	30	1:55.928	26	 	14	112.350	2:55:31.333	Chevy	P	24	Carlin
22	4	Matheus Leist	1:49.498	2.8717	0.2314	11	17	2:07.782	16	 	1	112.112	2:59:54.320	Chevy	P	3	AJ Foyt Enterprises
23	30	Takuma Sato	1:49.524	2.8981	0.0264	11	19	2:14.076	17	 	2	112.085	3:00:09.071	Honda	P	23	Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing
24	32	Kyle Kaiser	1:49.875	3.2489	0.3508	34	34	1:49.875	32	 	21	111.727	2:46:48.326	Chevy	Po	9	Juncos Racing
25	14	Tony Kanaan	1:51.079	4.4533	1.2044	6	6	1:51.079	5	 	6	110.516	41:10.484	Chevy	P	11	AJ Foyt Enterprises