Fast Six highlights the best social posts from across the Verizon IndyCar Series. It’ll help you keep up with the fast-paced lives of our extraordinary drivers, teams and alums.
On Hollywood Boulevard
Folks, we made it. After years of not receiving the recognition we deserve from the Primetime Emmy Awards, Conor Daly and Alexander Rossi took the show by storm. Kind of.
The duo appeared on screen briefly Monday night as “The Amazing Race” was nominated for Outstanding Reality Competition Program. Daly was making some … interesting faces.
Already back at it
The 2018 Verizon IndyCar Series season may have concluded Sunday with the INDYCAR Grand Prix of Sonoma, but that doesn't stop racers from racing. Graham Rahal and Simon Pagenaud didn’t waste any time getting back in the saddle, this time with the Team Penske Acura sports car program.
Sadly, the 2018 season has come to a conclusion. Oh, Beau Power. We get you, man. We really do.
Comeback kid? Or grandpa?
After MC Hammer took a ride in the Honda Fastest Seat in Sports piloted by Mario Andretti at Sonoma Raceway, he said the former champ still had it. And, naturally, the rumors started to fly.
More love for Wickens
This week saw Robert Wickens, the Sunoco Rookie of the Year for both the Indianapolis 500 and the entire Verizon IndyCar Series season, return to social media for the first time since his crash at Pocono Raceway in August. We’re all glad to see him back.
Wickens also received quite an endorsement for fans to vote for him in the 2018 Fan Favorite Driver poll.
You don’t know Jack, but you will
We’re very, very excited about this, Jack Harvey. We want to know all about you.