Yannick wrote:Narain Karthikeyan has won the NASCAR Truck Series' prestigious Most Popular Driver award for 2010 - despite competing in only 9 of the season's 25 events. It's the first time a foreign (read: non-US) driver has won this (or any NASCAR) award that is decided by an online voting.
Chinese F1 Idol winner Ho-Pin Tung has been testing an IndyCar at Sebring for Alex Tagliani's FAZZT Race Team. They are considering him for their 2nd car that they intend to run besides Tagliani's in the IZOD IndyCar Series.
Yes, both of them are not quite rejects, but both are quite important characters to all F1Rejects podcast listeners out there.
ADx_Wales wrote:Are there any more events left this year?
Klon wrote:In a surprisingly eventless race, Markus Winkelhock finished seventh in the last DTM race of the season in front of Coulthard who takes his first point.
Martin Brundle, at the 2005 San Marino GP wrote:You can sort of imagine in four or five years time talking about these guys we've got on the front two rows of the grid today, can't you? They're very much the future of Grand Prix Racing.
Wizzie wrote:Well the final round of the V8s at the Sydney Telstra 500 is this weekend and former Jaguar test driver James Courtney is in a battle for the championship with reigning champion Jamie Whincup.
Mark Beretta wrote:So is it true that you've converted about 200 grand worth of race car parts into about $1500?
Garry Rogers wrote:Well, we actually got $1900 cash, plus GST! This is a legitimate sale!
Yannick wrote:Scott Speed has reportedly been dropped from Red Bull's NASCAR Sprint Cup lineup for next year. It is not known yet whether he and the sweet drink will stick together or where he will find a ride for next season. I guess he'd be a good fit for IndyCar, but who knows if Red Bull want to re-enter the series?
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