One of the most notable changes between the IR18 and the DW12 was the removal of the airbox over top of the driver’s head, returning the look of the IndyCar to that classic open air look prevalent up to the late 1990’s. That airbox, however, served an important purpose; supplying air to the engine’s combustion […]

Andrew Kinsella

From the rolling green hills of upstate New York, we travel now to the orange and red cliffs of Grand Canyon country. The Lionheart Retro series roars into Phoenix International Raceway for the Indy Elite Series 150. It was domination from start to finish last time out for debutant Alex Saunders. Saunders led every lap […]

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This is not your typical pre-race story; but then again, this is not your typical event. This is the Oma’s 200 at Kentucky; a race dedicated to all the Grandmother’s, Grandma’s and Oma’s out there, and to one Oma in particular. Sharon (Shari) Boggs, this race is for you. Oma’s are special people in the […]

Andrew Kinsella

The major selling point of the IR18 so far has been that it “moves” most of the downforce creation from the top side of the car (through the use of wings and wickers) to the bottom side of the car (through the use of ground effects). Ground effects have the advantage of being less reliant […]

Andrew Kinsella

This is the dawning of a new era for the Lionheart IndyCar series presented by First Medical Equipment. New partners have joined the series. New teams have replaced old. A new car has arrived. And, through it all, a new champion will be crowned. It all begins with the First Medical Equipment 200 at Homestead […]

Andrew Kinsella

It was an offseason of change for the stars of the Lionheart Retro Series presented by HPP Simulation. New drivers, new teams and a new series sponsor have changed the landscape of the series dramatically. But it is a familiar track for the Lionheart drivers as the series opens the schedule at Homestead Miami Speedway, […]

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