Fast Six highlights the best social posts from across the Verizon IndyCar Series. It’ll help you keep up with our extraordinary drivers, teams and alums, who lead fast-paced lives on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
If the suit fits
The lesson here is to never go to sleep before James Hinchcliffe, Tony Kanaan and/or Zach Veach. Now, Marco Andretti knows …
After announcing his plan to move away from Formula One in 2019, Fernando Alonso is stirring the pot on Twitter. He responded to our post about his 2017 Indy 500 run with an eyebrow-raising GIF.
The invite still stands to join us next season, Fernando.
Good guy Graham
Graham Rahal announced two $100,000 donations this week from his charitable foundation, with the money to benefit military veterans and the Colorado State University Animal Cancer Center. Another impressive gesture from the Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing driver who has shown his dedication to worthy causes many times over.
Getting (a little too?) into golf
Conor Daly was watching this weekend as Tiger Woods put together an ageless performance to make a run at the PGA Championship title. Daly, like pretty much everyone else, couldn’t help cheering for Woods.
Shoot your shot
He’s not the best shooter in the room, but Simon Pagenaud really knows how to talk smack and celebrate. Just look at this fist pump during the latest edition of the Penske Games videos! Like he’s in victory lane.
Stefan Wilson shared his new website this week, including a shop where fans can buy a shirt that celebrates Stefan and his late brother, Justin Wilson. They’re the first pair of brothers to lead a lap in the Indianapolis 500.
Justin, one of the most genuinely liked and respected drivers in the paddock, was affectionately known as “Badass Wilson” for his driving prowess.