The revolutionary DeltaWing coupe saw its first on-track action Tuesday and Wednesday in a successful initial shakedown at Roebling Road Raceway.
The Grand Prix of America in New Jersey does not appear on a provisional 2014 F1 calendar given to the teams circulating in Monza Thursday.
Wednesday’s IndyCar test on the infield road course at Indianapolis Motor Speedway appears to have been a success on all fronts.
Testing multiple configurations throughout the day, IndyCar and speedway officials were looking to learn more in advance of a possible $100 million upgrade to the facility, as well as an additional IndyCar race on the course to kick off the month of May.
When all was said and done, it seems everyone walked away from the test optimistic that not only could IndyCar pull off a race on the infield road course, but it would create exciting racing.
A world-class Concours d’Elegance has long been envisioned as a focal point for Arizona auction week every January, when all eyes in the collector-car world turn to the Scottsdale/Phoenix area for its famous array of automobile auctions.
On January 12, 2014, the vision comes to life when the inaugural Arizona Concours d’Elegance at the Arizona Biltmore Resort and Hotel starts off auction week with a premium event of style and luxury.
Forbes has published a fascinating list of the highest earning drivers throughout the world of motorsports. Of the 10 that made this coveted list, five drivers represent NASCAR, four come from Formula 1, and one comes from the world of MotoGP.
As stated by Forbes:
The highest-paid drivers in motorsports come from the world of Formula One, Nascar and MotoGP. We looked at earnings between June 2012 and June 2013 derived from salaries, bonuses, endorsements, as well as the drivers’ shares of winnings and licensing.
Check out the list and count up to the highest paid driver in all of motorsports.
No. 10 Jenson Button - $14 million – Formula 1