IndyCar » Push-to-pass back for road and street races


IndyCar has announced that the 'push-to-pass' overtake assist feature is to return to the series for the remaining five street and road courses in 2012.

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Thorborg - Unregistered

June 28, 2012 5:42 PM

Not impressed.

DRS appears to work because only the following car can use it.

In the case of KERS and Push-to-Pass (when it has been used in the past) it seems most often the case that both drivers seem to activate the system at the same time leading to a stalemate.

Sure there are some situations where one driver has used up all his allocation before another and is therefore defenceless but from what I have seen that tends to be rare.

DGAS - Unregistered

June 29, 2012 8:55 PM

I agree with you Don. The PTP wasn't really effective in either Champcar or A1 as both defending and attacking cars can use it at the same time. Only the smart & brave drivers who use it in unusual parts of the track will gain an advantage. Hope it works tho..

Agnieszka - Unregistered

August 02, 2012 2:09 AM

If you want to work for the BBC you would need a portfolio and would rcemmoend having knowledge of being a journalist. To even be a runner you need alot of knowledge in the field (unfortunately). You don't need a British accent to be on the BBC. If you want the English accent, live in England for a couple of years you would tend to pick it up.Also the BBC is usually funded by the UK TV license (which we will have to pay) You'll learn the rest if you research about it.

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