The RACER Mailbag, September 6

The RACER Mailbag, September 6
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The RACER Mailbag, September 6

“Welcome to the RACER Mailbag! Send your questions to, and we’ll do our best to answer them. Due to the high volume of questions, not all letters may be published, but we’ll try to address as many as possible. Questions sent after 3pm ET on Mondays will appear the following week.

Q: Should Coyne sign Sage Karam to be David Malukas’s muscle?
A: It’s an interesting idea, as Karam is much bigger than Malukas. It could create a false perception of Malukas being tough.

Q: What if a team combined components from various racing eras to create a supercar that could lap Indy at 300mph?
A: The key to high speeds at Indy is light weight, high power, and ample grip. Multiple engines would be challenging, but strapping two NHRA Top Fuel motors to a Dallara could generate enough speed on straights. Big wings and active aero would also be helpful.

Q: What caused Graham Rahal’s race to go wrong at Portland?
A: Several factors, including strategy by Ganassi and being caught in traffic after pit stops. Lapped cars and a fueling issue also cost Rahal valuable time.

Q: I’m excited to…”

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