As the daughter of a pioneering female sports reporter and an automotive journalist, it is no surprise I fell in love with open-wheel racing.
In 2006 I attended my first Indianapolis 500. It was on that day, I decided I would be the first woman to win the race. Evidently, my dreams changed, but I still held on to that ambition. Today, I am a university grad who works in the sports marketing/communication field.
I was looking for a way to merge my childhood dreams with my career skills and this blog was born. If you’re interested in any media involving the world of IndyCar and F1, then this is the place to be.
- Your Indianapolis 500 Starting GridWho’s Who in 10 words or less… Scott DixonSix-time IndyCar champion, one-time 500 winner. “The Iceman” Colton HertaYoungest IndyCar race winner and part-time drummer. Rinus VeekayMost recent race winner, one of two Chevrolets in top-nine. Ed Carpenter The hometown hero, second of Chevrolets and team owner. TK, Tony Kanaan My mother’s favorite, one-timeContinue reading “Your Indianapolis 500 Starting Grid”
- Back Home Again…It’s May. In the Osburn family and for IndyCar fans, it is our holiday season. For there’s no better celebration than the Indianapolis 500. Although I have kept a close eye on the 18+ hours of practice this week, I haven’t written much about it. I began a new job in the racing industry asContinue reading “Back Home Again…”
- Palou’s Passionate Plea vs. Power’s PaceThe countdown is no more…IndyCar is back and what a race to start the season with. Can we just take a moment to appreciate Alex Palou’s absolutely brilliant drive? Following 90 laps at Barber Motorsports Park not enough praise can be given. I’ve said it once, I’ll say it again, he is a force toContinue reading “Palou’s Passionate Plea vs. Power’s Pace”
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