Use this hand-dandy driver spotter’s guide to help keep track of today’s Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach IndyCar race, set to air live on NBC Sports.
The ethanol screams of 675 HP twin-turbo V6 engines shook the city of Long Beach yesterday as the 2014 IndyCar season made its way to Southern California.
Qualifying for the IndyCar 2014 season opener in St. Petersburg made it seem like Takuma Sato and Honda’s race, but Will Power and his Chevy-powered Verizon Penske had other ideas!
With nearly 700 E85-fueled horsepower on tap and a tightly packed fields of drivers, IndyCar might just deliver the most exciting racing on four wheels – unless it rains, like it did in St. Petersburg.
The new, E85-powered Chevrolet IndyCar V6 engine is a 675 hp, 2.2 liter, twin-turbocharged champion in the making- here it is, in depth and up close.