We know the off-season has already begun for you IndyCar fans and that a long winter is ahead of us. So, while you are at the bench why not pull up a race video? It can provide good motivation and references for your build. This section is a work in progress for me from earlier this year that is finally ready to see the light of day....
All AAA/USAC/CART/IRL/ChampCar/IndyCar races from IndyCar's official YouTube channel (that I have found) are listed here in an easier to find way via the board. It is a great way to relive the glory years and also as modeling reference.
To navigate there is a sticky thread at the top of the section where we have linked all of the years done in order, most recent to oldest. Here you get links to the individual threads for each year listing the race chronologically in the top post. At this point, the section is a bit more locked down than others were members can reply to threads but not start new threads.
Right now we have hundreds of races from over 30 different years in our directory. We even have races from both sides of the split listed, if IndyCar has posted them, and races are chronological in these years. One thing nice about sticking with only videos from the IndyCar channel, at this point, is they do not have ads and there is no risk of them being removed later for rights violations.
Please let us know your thoughts? Would having all of the sessions from the race weekend *available on YouTube* be helpful, too?
I hope you enjoy this little labor of love. Jordan
Not trying to open a debate but at least in the US, there is no longer official race replays being uploaded to YouTube by IndyCar. You will need IndyCar Gold Pass to access those but we will keep adding on the historical races as they are uploaded to IMS and IndyCar's official channels.
I hope you are enjoying these races, we appreciate your patronage here.
I just tripped over this great webpage. I know this is a video section on the forum but I felt this was appropriate to at least post, as its audio recordings of original Indycar TV broadcast from the 60's and 70's. Honestly recording with audio off the TV back then would have been the only way to record the TV broadcast back then...pretty amazing thinking back then to do this!