IndyCar Rising

Spring is in the air, and the Month of May isn’t far from the Motorsport world. IndyCar brings excitement for all divisions here; for MAD Sim Racing the Team, it means success – Co-Owner Tyler Beamon secured the ASRS IndyCar Championship in 2021, and with Patrick Stein, won several races in the season. The unique schedule of many IndyCar Series allows the team driver’s road and oval skills shine alike. In Media, it means the second consecutive road trip to the real Indianapolis 500, where ITA On The Road all began with the show taping at Daredevil Brewery, within eyeshot of the Dallara Factory and AJ Foyt Racing, and on Main St. Speedway, IN. The feel of the IMS grounds on Indy 500 weekend and day are difficult to describe, but with our return journey, clearly difficult to miss once experienced. It was no fluke for Into The Apex to visit Indy 3 times in 2021 – the approach to the track never wears off.

The MAD Sim Racing Team IndyCar “Program” has been silent since the Championship run in 2021 – and that is about to change. As the drivers begin to warm up to the Dallara IndyCar once again in anticipation of launching serious efforts at winning the iRacing Indianapolis 500 Special Event in May, team drivers Tyler Beamon and Patrick Stein will once again seek race victories in the car, now entering in the ESOM IndyCar Series on Sunday Nights, beginning in April. Into The Apex additionally will be the title sponsor for three of the season’s events. The team is excited to launch a new livery, which in turn promotes the massive May Into The Apex Road Trip, beginning with IndyCar in Barber, to IMSA at Mid-Ohio, and closing with the 106th Indianapolis 500. The new Blue, Silver, and White Dallara was drawn up by Brayden Hill Designs, Hill himself a Mechanical Engineering Student at UNC-Charlotte with an academic concentration on Motorsport. The same car will be driven by all MAD Sim Racing Team entries in the Indy 500 Special Events this May.

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