Indycar Win Droughts Among Active Drivers

Photo Credit: Those who have never won (# of races run): Jack Hawksworth (34 races) Mikhail Aleshin (19 races) Luca Filippi (16 races) Conor Daly (8 races) Alexander Rossi (4 races) Max Chilton (4 races) Those who have won an Indycar race (# of races that driver has run since their latest win- last race won): Marco Andretti* (80 races- 2011 Iowa (see picture)) … Continue reading Indycar Win Droughts Among Active Drivers

Saavedra Will Not Race at Indy

Photo Credit: Indycar driver Sebastian Saavedra has been rules out of this year’s Indianapolis 500. He was supposed to drive for AFS Racing as a 1-car team using a chassis from Chip Ganassi Racing, which had run Saavedra’s car for AFS last season at Indianapolis. It boiled down to the team being unable to prepare the chassis and make the necessary updates to the Chevrolet aero … Continue reading Saavedra Will Not Race at Indy

Redskins Release Chris Culliver

Photo Credit : The Redskins and Chris Culliver are parting ways. The veteran defensive back is now a free agent. Culliver has not had the best of luck in Washington. 1 year after signing his 4 year 32 million dollar deal, he was plagued with injuries and faced a suspension due to violating the NFL’s personal conduct policy. With Josh Norman inking a mega … Continue reading Redskins Release Chris Culliver

2011 Indianapolis 500 Controversy

Photo Credit:, gmcjetpilot on I cannot believe it has been almost 5 years already since the best/worst finish in Indianapolis 500 history occurred. The 2011 Indianapolis 500 was dubbed the most important race in the history of the sport. It marked the 100th anniversary of the Indianapolis 500 tradition, which started back in 1911 and was won by Ray Harroun in a time … Continue reading 2011 Indianapolis 500 Controversy

NFL Playoff Predictions

Photo credit: I know it is a little early to start predicting with free agency still in progress and training camp not having yet begun.  I’m still going to try anyways!  These are my predictions so if you feel strongly about something, let us know in the comment section. AFC 1. New England Patriots 2. Pittsburgh Steelers 3. Jacksonville Jaguars 4. Oakland Raiders 5. … Continue reading NFL Playoff Predictions