Indycar 2019

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jingars

806 posts

198 months

Thursday 22nd August 2019
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I too thought it was a slam dunk that Sato moved on Rossi.

Rosenqvist cleared to race at Gateway.

freedman

4,481 posts

165 months

Sunday 25th August 2019
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Way to go Sato

ZX10R NIN

18,904 posts

83 months

Tuesday 27th August 2019
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I have to say this season has been very enjoyable to watch with great racing & seeing strategy at play.

between this & V8 Supercars I've enjoyed my car motorsport.

JonChalk

3,521 posts

68 months

Sunday 1st September 2019
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Only just realised there's an Indycar race this weekend.

Bonus for Now TV pass bought for F1 this afternoon.

Looking forward to Portland - it's a track that usually generates a bit of overtaking, from memory.

FourWheelDrift

80,753 posts

242 months

Sunday 1st September 2019
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And lap 1 silliness.

FourWheelDrift

80,753 posts

242 months

Sunday 1st September 2019
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Jeez and we're back.

lap 1 silliness as predicted. Also Pocono dropped from the calendar, Indycar are returning to the shorter Richmond Oval.

JonChalk

3,521 posts

68 months

Sunday 1st September 2019
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FourWheelDrift said:
And lap 1 sillyness.
..you weren't wrong.

FourWheelDrift

80,753 posts

242 months

Sunday 1st September 2019
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Hunter-Reay and Rossi again, just like at Pocono. I'm certain now it was them squeezing that caused that not Sato.

JonChalk

3,521 posts

68 months

Sunday 1st September 2019
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..and now a complete knob move from RHR.

paulwoof

1,285 posts

113 months

Sunday 1st September 2019
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I just cant deal with the adverts in american broadcasting. 5 minute adverts (The same adverts over and over) come back and the leaders out of the race.

I dont know how americans do it.

Lentilist

774 posts

33 months

Sunday 1st September 2019
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paulwoof said:
I just cant deal with the adverts in american broadcasting. 5 minute adverts (The same adverts over and over) come back and the leaders out of the race.

I dont know how americans do it.
Neither drivers or broadcaster are covering themselves in glory this event.

FourWheelDrift

80,753 posts

242 months

Sunday 1st September 2019
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Sky is uninterrupted coverage. smile

jsf

19,183 posts

194 months

Sunday 1st September 2019
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Watching this just shows how far the F1 circuits have come in the last 10 years.

37chevy

3,280 posts

114 months

Sunday 1st September 2019
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jsf said:
Watching this just shows how far the F1 circuits have come in the last 10 years.
And that’s why American race tracks are some of the best in the world....

rallycross

11,005 posts

195 months

Sunday 22nd September 2019
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Is today’s race on Sky if so what channel? I bought a pass for week pass for now tv sky sports to watch the f1 thinking i would also get the Indy car from Laguna Seca but can’t find it on my now tv?

FourWheelDrift

80,753 posts

242 months

Sunday 22nd September 2019
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Sky F1 channel

Allyc85

7,090 posts

144 months

Sunday 22nd September 2019
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Yes, Sky channel 406 at 7.30pm.

JonChalk

3,521 posts

68 months

Sunday 22nd September 2019
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rallycross said:
Is today’s race on Sky if so what channel? I bought a pass for week pass for now tv sky sports to watch the f1 thinking i would also get the Indy car from Laguna Seca but can’t find it on my now tv?
It's on the Sky TV guide on F1 channel:




It better be there ;-)

Now TV on my TV only does now/next - no proper EPG.

2 sMoKiN bArReLs

25,142 posts

193 months

Sunday 22nd September 2019
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Beer in hand....

rallycross

11,005 posts

195 months

Sunday 22nd September 2019
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thanks look forward to seeing this race