To the faithful, it seems an eternity, but, short of the arrival of the Omega variant, according to IndyCar's official 2022 schedule, the human drama of athletic competition begins once more in just twelve weeks.
Synchronize your watches.
IndyCar 2022 schedule
February 27 – Streets of St. Petersburg (NBC)
March 20 -- Texas Motor Speedway (NBC)
April 10 – Streets of Long Beach (NBC)
May 1 – Barber Motorsports Park (NBC)
May 14 -- Indianapolis Motor Speedway road course (NBC)
May 29 – Indianapolis 500 (NBC)
June 5 – Detroit Belle Isle GP (USA)
June 12 – Road America (NBC)
July 3 – Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course (NBC)
July 17 – Streets of Toronto (Peacock)
July 23-24 – Iowa Speedway doubleheader (NBC)
July 30 -- Indianapolis Motor Speedway road course 2 (NBC)
Aug. 7 – Streets of Nashville (NBC)
Aug. 20 – World Wide Technology Raceway at Gateway (USA)
Sept. 4 – Portland International Raceway (NBC)
Sept. 11 – WeatherTech Laguna Seca Raceway (NBC)
Questions, so many questions . . .
Will IndyCar actually race in Canada this season?
Will people rediscover where USA is located in their cable/streaming menu?
Will Alex Palou recover from his sophomore slump?
Will Dalton Kellett remain committed to ending his races somewhere in the vicinity of Turn One?
Will Romain Grosjean's move to Andretti mean he'll be known for racing again, instead of for penning an oft-criticized-but-not-yet-read book?
More seriously . . .
Will AMSP put together a two-car effort? A three?
Will Alexander Rossi rediscover his mojo?
Will Castroneves and Pagenaud raise the game at Meyer Shank Racing?
Will teammates stop answering Palou's questions?
Graham. Jack. Christian. Who's fastest?
Will this be the last year in IndyCar for SAAATTTTTOOOOOO? For Rosenqvist? For Kanaan? For Johnson? For Power?
Will a long-awaited third engine manufacturer finally appear?
Edited by red stick, 05 December 2021 - 14:50.