Two Sites for Sore Eyes

While I might not always be the best at picking up hints people are sending my way, I was glad to have received no comments telling George Phillips and me that we should remove all proof of our previous “Two Sites Unite” and never let another episode see the light of day.  (I will note that I received no comments telling us how great we were either, but that’s ok.)  With the implied approval of the video blog we posted a couple months ago, the cantankerous duo are back again to talk about the NTT IndyCar Series and the upcoming Month of May at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.

It’s always a good time when George and I get to spend time discussing IndyCar racing and this was no different.  In this episode, we run through a very quick overview of the NTT IndyCar Series season through the first four races of the year, including some surprise strong performances, some odd Penske performances, Honda’s apparent dominance this year, my reflections on my first visit to Barber Motorsports Park, and what I felt was a very lackluster Long Beach race.

Of course, no discussion with George and I would be complete without spending some time talking about the Indianapolis 500, and this episode shows just how excited we are to turn the calendar to the Month of May.  We look back on the recently completed Open Test at IMS and discuss how we think things might play out at 16th and Georgetown over the next four weeks.

We truly hope you enjoy this video post and the banter we present. We certainly don’t ever pretend to be professionals (we leave that sort of stuff to Trackside with Cavin and Kevin), but we hope you’ll enjoy hearing the thoughts and opinions of two guys who enjoy talking about the details of today’s racing as well as the nuances of days gone by.

Please drop a comment below to let me know what you think of this episode and share your thoughts about where you agree or disagree with me.

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