After a scintilating month of flapjacks, tributes, jugglers, face painting, flu shots, brawling and overall non Racing activities, it is now time for the Shelbyville Gazettes crack reporter, Tippy Gomez, to once again favor the readership with some savory insider racing tips. While the month was down on laps, the managment at IMS fills the gaps with plenty of action for real race fans the whole month through. Here now to help you through the maze at the betting window are Tippy’s Tips for the 2007 Indianapolis 500 Mile Race, The 91st running of this classic slice of Americana.
It’s May in Indiana, and that can mean only one thing…….. Swag.
Here is a list of the weeks upcoming activities at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. The Speedway, and the Hulmas in general, have a long standing tradition of entertaining not only Hoosiers, but the world at large. So, come re-discover that Indy Magic.
As opening ceremonies for the 91st running of the Indianapolis 500 kicked off today, we sent crack reporter TippyGomez to the verneralbe speed plant in order to give you, our readers, some experienced insights to what is, “The Worlds Greatest Spectacle.”
Today was a day like no other opening day in the history of the Indianapolis 500, as none other than four time winner A.J. Foyt was celebrating his fiftyith year of participation in the great race. Fans were treated to flap jacks personally doled out by “Super Tex” himself. The question of the day seemed to be, “where the hell is Formula One garage #34?” After standing in line for at least 45 minutes, Tippy caught up with Tex
After a whirl wind tour of the Middle East, our own Tippy Gomez was summond to Henderson Nevada to speak with incarcerated two time Indy 500 winner Al Unser Junior who seems to have run afoul of the law yet once again. The crack reporter had been on assignment covering the Saddam hanging and had a little trouble getting out of Sandtown due to some footage on his cell phone. So without further delay, we bring you, our faithful readers, this current and topical human interest story.
As a service to you, the readers of the Shelbyville Gazzette, We have sent crack reporter Tippy Gomez on a treck to the World Famous Little “500″ at Anderson Speedway. Tippy was in awe of the amount of fans this event attracted, and the great atmosphere in which it was quite easy to determine that something special was about to happen. This was the 58th annual running of the Little 500, and the winners of this event read like a who’s who of American short track racing. We thought you would enjoy something different, and Tippys credentials were pulled at the last minute by angry supporters of the no talent wankers participating in this years Indy 500. Here is a report from a real race, supported by real race fans, who watched real racecar drivers.
After a day full of drama on May 21st, the field was set for the 90th running of the Indianapolis 500. It was a month full of human interest, technology and speed. When the smoke had cleared, the depth of the field, along with the quality of machines rivals that of the stellar 1996 grid. The Shelbyville Gazzette’s own Tippy Gomez will now handicap and already hobbled field so that you, our readers, can make sensable wagers.
Tuesday, May 9, 2006
Indy Racing League Teleconference Transcript
Tuesday, May9, 2006
An interview with A.J. Foyt
The Moderator, Tippy Gomez. Good afternoon you two. Thanks for joining me for todays Indy Racing League web blog teleconference. On this Tuesday, the opening day of practice for the 90th running of the Indy 500, Im honored to have a very special guest with me. Four time winner AJ Foyt.
After a prolonged absence due to an unfortunate immigration violation, We at the Shelbyville Gazzette are proud to have imported our favorite motorsports journalist Tippy Gomez back into our staff. With just a few days before opening festivities at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, We find it very fortunate that Tippy was allowed back onto the Lawn Crew. Mr. Gomez caught up with feared IndyCar series entrant Chip Ganassi at Blimy Sub Shop on Crawfordsville Road.