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By Andrew P. Napolitano
Obama's veil of secrecy is pierced
Topic - Mike Conway
A day after Dario Franchitti announced his retirement, another IndyCar driver said he was also getting out of his car.
What seemed to be a Ryan Hunter-Reay runaway took a strange and sudden turn on the streets of Long Beach, where tempers flared long after Mike Conway took a surprising win.
Tempers flared all around the streets of Long Beach, where drivers declared friendships over after a surprisingly physical race.
Ed Carpenter had a fast car last year at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, where he won the pole for the Indianapolis 500.
IndyCar owner/driver Ed Carpenter said Friday that he will run a partial schedule in 2014, driving six oval races and turning all road/street courses over to Mike Conway.
Mike Conway took the LMP2 class pole Saturday for the American Le Mans Series' event Sunday at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park.
Mike Conway will replace the injured Ryan Briscoe this week in the American Le Mans Series' event at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park.
Dale Coyne Racing has signed Mike Conway and Pippa Mann for five of the remaining eight IndyCar Series races.
Dale Coyne Racing has tabbed Mike Conway to drive its second entry this weekend in Detroit.
Mike Conway is certain it will take him only one lap to get up to speed at Long Beach, and he believes he's a threat to win Sunday's race.
Mike Conway doesn't regret walking away from last season's IndyCar finale, a decision made when he realized he simply wasn't comfortable racing on ovals.
There was unanimous support in IndyCar on Friday for driver Mike Conway, who pulled out of the season finale because he was uncomfortable racing on the oval at Auto Club Speedway.
Mike Conway dropped out of this weekend's IndyCar season finale at Fontana on Thursday, saying he is not comfortable racing on oval tracks.
IndyCar has penalized A.J. Foyt Racing for an illegal fuel cell in Mike Conway's car at Toronto.
Charlie Kimball believes IndyCar should consider going green on its finishes.
"We've got a really good group of people. Some great engineers on board and everyone is working really hard," Conway said. "If you've got that drive and that hunger within the team, you can definitely achieve anything."
"Slim, definitely slim. I wasn't sure if I'd make it back," Conway said.