IndyCar » IndyCar Series introduces 'push to pass'


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Nealio - Unregistered

July 29, 2009 9:11 PM

Another desperate attempt to add race like action to a spec car series. It's like having the Daddies push off their kids soapbox cars at the start, big whoop! You want excitement? Bring back real racing, different chassis, engines, and tires, free developement and may the best win. And if you can't stand the heat find another game!

DBL

July 29, 2009 10:04 PM

Probably prompted by the last race in Edmonton, quite possibly the most boring race ever witnessed in racing history. The only reason there was a position change between Castro-Neves and Dixon was because a back marker got in the way. Aside from that it was one long procession. They set fire to Tony Kanaan in the pits just to wake everyone one up.

sokudo - Unregistered

July 30, 2009 1:37 AM

i'm actually quite worried about this because around the ovals, push2pass is going to make these cars stupidly fast and the barriers aren't exactly that safe. this is a move just to make more f*****g money without considering the safety of the drivers.

daves - Unregistered

July 31, 2009 12:27 PM

for push to pass, read "push to defend" so no change there then, just like F1 and kers it is used to defend far more than attack because overtaking is done in the pits.

Firefly

August 03, 2009 10:54 PM

They acknowledge the problem and bring a possible solution, and what do you get from the whiners on Crash? This.

I hope you all watched the incredible race saturday night.

Oh wait, you probably didn't.

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