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Ford GT Program DONE | IndyCar to Sky Sports F1 — This Week In Racing



This Week in Racing…

Ford’s WEC and IMSA factory GT program will end in 2019 as reported by Marshall Pruett at RACER. The WEC program will end after this year’s Le Mans 24 Hours and the IMSA program after Petit Le Mans. We discuss what’s next for Ford in sports cars.

The Indianapolis 500 will have a new Pole Day and Bump Day qualification procedure. I break it down and tell you what’s new… and what could still improve.

Finally, IndyCar has struck a surprise TV deal with Sky Sports F1 to broadcast ALL IndyCar races and qualifying sessions LIVE on the channel. I talk about the significance of the deal!

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  1. Sucks for Ford, and their fans. F1 is too expensive for them, Nascar and WRC are dead, and IndyCar would involve a catch-up process. I can see them having a pop at the future production based lmp1 things, possibly with the butt-ugly Mustang. Ford make more money from selling F-150's and Transit vans ffs.

  2. Indy 500 qualifying sucks. Just because last year sucked worse doesn't make it okay. Locking in the top 30 on Saturday sucks. Having the remaining "unqualified" cars have one shot only sucks. When everyone running Sunday qualifies faster than the 30th car on Saturday you will truly have not the 33 fastest cars in the race. Sucks sucks sucks. None of that has to be that way. They could easily fix this and still have a good show for TV, there are any number of solutions, but they won't because they are truly idiots. D-

  3. All F1 races are repeated in full on free TV in the UK this year and the British Grand Prix will still be live and free (beyond the TV License). This is the first year that less than half of the races are not live on free TV for F1 in the UK.

  4. I get to see Indycar for the first time this year on Sky Sports F1. I’ve been a huge F1 fan for over thirty years but couldn’t afford the separate pay channels that Indycar used to be on. Now both series are on the same channel and it’ll be awesome.

  5. Spain has a TV contract with IndyCar through Movistar. The same company that broadcasts F1 in Spain, so kind of the same thing like Sky and IndyCar, both in the same network which is awesome. They will coverage the whole season

  6. DL, with the number of Britons in IndyCar, drivers or otherwise, why isn't there a UK event on the calendar? Seems like a no-brainer for IndyCar and the raising of their profile, especially internationally.

  7. I’m in the UK and Indycar going to Sky Sport’s F1 is bad news because now both Indycar & F1 are stuck behind a paywall. It’s a freaking joke that sky expect me to pay more money a month to watch the worlds 2 best single seater championships 👎

  8. I'm sure that the Indy 500 qualifying procedure will improve, but sadly I won't be able to see it. Now that Indycar is going to Sky Sports F1 that's robbed me of that chance, I used to watch that religiously on BT Sport the past few years. And I can't understand the logic behind that, seeing that Sky Sports F1 has actually been LOSING viewers since they were the exclusive live rights holder in the UK.

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