The 2016 Verizon IndyCar Series track action kicks if less than 24 hours and at Paddock Eye we can not wait for the cars to hit the track for the first time this year at the Firestone Grand Prix of St Petersburg.
Over the coming days will get at least some answers to many questions such as how will former F1 drivers Alexander Ross?i and Max Chilton get on in their first IndyCar event?
The Firestone Grand Prix of St Petersburg takes place on a temporary 1.8 mile 14 turn clockwise street circuit. The race distance is 110 laps which is a total distance of 198 miles. For push to pass there are 10 activation’s for 15 seconds each.
Firestone have allocated seven sets of primary and three sets of alternate tyres for the weekend.