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356 clicks; posted to Sports » on 09 Nov 2021 at 4:31 PM (27 weeks ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook



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2021-11-09 3:46:14 PM  
Better than nothing I guess. Maybe RP will rescue him when he finally cuts Will Power.
 
2021-11-09 3:50:11 PM  

NINEv2: Better than nothing I guess. Maybe RP will rescue him when he finally cuts Will Power.


Unless Foyt pulls a Carlin on him like Carlin did to Pato.

Still convinced that Andretti tried to push O'Ward out of the series altogether so whats-his-face could be the Golden Boy Rookie.
 
2021-11-09 3:57:16 PM  

question_dj: NINEv2: Better than nothing I guess. Maybe RP will rescue him when he finally cuts Will Power.

Unless Foyt pulls a Carlin on him like Carlin did to Pato.

Still convinced that Andretti tried to push O'Ward out of the series altogether so whats-his-face could be the Golden Boy Rookie.


No that was Harding Steinbrenner unable to secure the promised funding. And I'm looking forward to the next several years of JoNew, Pato, Palou, and Herta mix it up. I think Dixon still has some in the tank too, maybe Lundgaard could turn some heads as well.

/no Sato would be depressing
//no santino is going to be nice
 
2021-11-09 6:16:56 PM  
at the very least he's on the grid next season. he does bring some money from winning Indy Lights (I think $1.25 million), and that means he'll be out there battling Kellet and JJ for 21st place in St. Pete rather than sitting at home waiting for the phone to ring.

the #14 isn't the best car but Bourdais gave them a few good runs this season. if Kirkwood keeps his nose clean, regularly beats his teammate, and shows improvement over the season, I'm sure he'll be in the hunt for a better ride in '23
 
2021-11-09 7:54:23 PM  

poconojoe: at the very least he's on the grid next season. he does bring some money from winning Indy Lights (I think $1.25 million), and that means he'll be out there battling Kellet and JJ for 21st place in St. Pete rather than sitting at home waiting for the phone to ring.

the #14 isn't the best car but Bourdais gave them a few good runs this season. if Kirkwood keeps his nose clean, regularly beats his teammate, and shows improvement over the season, I'm sure he'll be in the hunt for a better ride in '23


Here's hoping. It would've been a black eye for the sport if someone that dominant couldn't get a ride.
 
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