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    He Fell Behind Early but Caught Up Fast

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    A special anniversary

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    Indianapolis to ring in 2015 with IndyCar descent

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    IndyCar 2014 Review (via RACER.com)

    "If there’s one glaring item to take away as a positive – it’s his increased competitiveness."

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    I went to Facebook. . . and I “liked” it

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    IndyCar’s Charlie Kimball an inspiration to other diabetics

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  • Tech Tuesday: A slightly modified steering wheel
    Oct 21

    Tech Tuesday: A slightly modified steering wheel

    Today's Tech Tuesday post is steered toward (sorry, I had to!) IndyCar steering wheels. You probably have a couple of buttons on your street car's steering wheel, perhaps radio volume, cruise control and a Bluetooth sync button. But if you hop into a Verizon IndyCar Series car, you'll find at least a dozen buttons and switches. From the cockpit, these buttons and switches allow us drivers to talk directly to our engineers, adjust fuel maps, slow down on pit lane, overtake with push-to-pass, take a drink of water... and even go in reverse (which, hopefully, doesn't need to be used often). All of this technology packed into one small piece of equipment has quite a big price tag. Steering wheels can cost up to $25,000 each! The dash on our steering wheels could be considered the main communication tool between a driver and his or her race car. The dash will display everything from lap times and speeds to gearbox temperatures and fuel mileage. If something doesn't feel right with the car, those readings can help determine or confirm the issue. My dash is slightly modified in that I can also view my blood glucose levels. Thanks to a continuous glucose monitor I wear on my skin every race weekend, my numbers are transferred to the dash (and the engineering stand). Just like I monitor my car's performance, we can also monitor my body too. Isn't technology great?! Check out INDYCAR 101 for more details on an IndyCar cockpit, including videos! [caption id="attachment_1554" align="aligncenter" width="626"] Photo courtesy of LAT Photo USA[/caption] Click here for more Tech Tuesday posts.

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  • Indianapolis to ring in 2015 with IndyCar descent
    Oct 17

    Indianapolis to ring in 2015 with IndyCar descent

    Via IndyCar.com A Verizon IndyCar Series car will help residents of Central Indiana ring in 2015 as a key part of a community-wide, public New Year’s event announced for by Indianapolis city officials. The car, suspended by a boom and a crane, will begin a 75-foot descent over the pedestrian mall on Georgia Street, which along with Bankers Life Fieldhouse, will serve as the site of the event. The car’s descent and countdown begins at 11:59 p.m. on Dec. 31. When it hits the ground at midnight, a fireworks display will help celebrate 2015’s arrival. “When they told me a race car was going to drop to celebrate the New Year, I thought it was going to be an electric light representation of a car, not an actual car,” said Indianapolis Mayor Greg Ballard. “This is going to be really special. This is going to be a lot of fun for a lot of people.” The family friendly event, which will kick off with an Indiana Pacers-Miami Heat game, will feature live music by The White Panda, An Innocent Band, Corey Cox, The Groove Factor, Greta Speaks and House DJ, DJ Lockstar. “Indy showed the world it could host a great celebration Downtown during the Super Bowl,” Ballard said. “I’ve always thought we should have an outdoor (New Year’s) celebration. There’s no reason why Indianapolis couldn’t do this and celebrate New Year’s Eve like so many other cities around the world.” To read more, please click here. [caption id="attachment_1551" align="aligncenter" width="626"] Photo via INDYCAR[/caption]

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  • He Fell Behind Early but Caught Up Fast
    Oct 17

    He Fell Behind Early but Caught Up Fast

    Via The New York Times Charlie Kimball had a crush on Kathleen Thompson when they met 14 years ago as sophomores at Rio Mesa High School in Oxnard, Calif., but they were traveling at different speeds and clearly heading in opposite directions. “We were two different people,” said Ms. Thompson, 28, a founder and an owner of Porch Light Public Relations in Indianapolis. “I wasn’t the most grounded child,” she said, “and Charlie, though he was sweet, was a very conservative and nerdy kind of guy who was into go-karts and wore a Stanford sweatshirt to school every day because that’s where he wanted to go to college.” Though Mr. Kimball and Ms. Thompson shared many classes, played on the tennis team together and had mutual friends, the idea of the two of them ever dating was as much a dream to him as racing in the Indianapolis 500. “She was just too cool and had too much going on to ever have the time to be interested in me,” said Mr. Kimball, 29, now an Indianapolis-based driver in the IndyCar Series. To read more, please click here. [caption id="attachment_1547" align="aligncenter" width="626"] Nathaniel Edmunds Photography[/caption]

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  • A special anniversary
    Oct 16

    A special anniversary

    Today marks a special anniversary--my "diaversary," or diabetes diagnosis date. It gives me a chance to reflect on my life since that day in 2007, when I thought everything would change and my racing dreams were over. But it was also the day my doctor told me there are people with diabetes doing amazing things, every day, all over the world. It turns out, he was right! I've met countless people of all ages since my diagnosis that continue to inspire me. On my diaversary, I also try to take the opportunity to thank those who have helped me along the way... from medical pros to family members, and from young kids I've met at conferences to long-time friends. That podium finish for my first race back in the car following my diabetes diagnosis wouldn't have been possible without all of you. And having type 1 has given me the opportunity to do some really cool things since then, too, like becoming a spokesperson on behalf of Novo Nordisk and sharing diabetes awareness within the IndyCar community. People with diabetes celebrate in many different ways (or maybe not at all, of course!). Some enjoy a special treat, while others receive gifts--almost like a birthday!--from friends and family. For those in the diabetes community, how do you celebrate your diaversary or the special day of a loved one with diabetes? Share with me using the hashtag #CKsCrew on Twitter and Instagram. Your tweets and pics just might show up on CharlieKimball.com!

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  • Tech Tuesday: IndyCar technical inspection
    Oct 14

    Tech Tuesday: IndyCar technical inspection

    Happy Tech Tuesday! I'll kick off this new series by sharing some insight into the Verizon IndyCar Series' technical inspection process. At the start of each race weekend, the cars roll out of the transporters and crews begin setting up for the first practice session. But before it can even take one lap, every car must go through technical inspection. IndyCar officials check everything from wing heights and total weight of the car, to driver helmets and pedal position. Not only are the inspections in place to keep a competitive and level playing field for the teams but also for driver safety. As drivers, we must go through weigh-in at tech immediately following the first on-track session of the race weekend. The cars will go through four more inspections throughout the race weekend, including post-race. To learn more, visit INDYCAR 101. [caption id="attachment_1530" align="aligncenter" width="626"] Photo via INDYCAR[/caption]

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  • IndyCar 2014 Review: P14 - Charlie Kimball
    Oct 13

    IndyCar 2014 Review: P14 - Charlie Kimball

    Via RACER.com Marshall Pruett says… Plenty of factors and considerations are made while concocting these reviews. Of the two metrics I use on a regular basis – the company a driver keeps in the standings, and where they finished last year--it would be easy to conclude Charlie Kimball aka “Charlie Murphy” regressed in 2014. Kimball broke through to win his first race in 2013, and put in a strong body of work to claim ninth in the Drivers’ championship. It set the Californian up for one of two outcomes this season, and unfortunately for Chuck, it didn’t involve a move deeper inside the top-10. Instead, Kimball dropped from ninth to 14th, and despite having the full might of Ganassi’s four-car program to lean on, found himself behind the mercurial Josef Newgarden and Sarah Fisher Hartman Racing's single-car effort. Dropping five spots in the championship and getting beaten by a kid on minuscule budget could be a humbling outcome for Kimball, and I hope he takes it to heart, but a deeper look at his results reveal there’s more to Charlie’s season than just his place in the final standings or who finished directly ahead of him. The Novo Nordisk-sponsored driver spent his first two seasons at Ganassi without making much of an impression on the race track. Nice kid, great sponsor, fantastic salesman for his sponsor’s product, but nothing to worry about once the green flag waved. In 2013, and with Ganassi dropping down to three full-time cars, Kimball found an extra gear we didn’t know existed. 10 top-10s, including his win at Mid-Ohio and a podium at Pocono seemed to indicate he was finding the swagger that had been missing. A return to four cars in 2014 could have taken some of the attention away from Kimball, and even with new teammate Ryan Briscoe recording an underwhelming season in the No. 8 Ganassi Chevy, the Aussie still managed to finish three spots ahead of Kimball in 11th. If there’s one glaring item in Chuck’s season to take away as a positive—as positive as you can be about finishing 14th in a Ganassi car – it’s his increased competitiveness. To read more, please click here. [caption id="attachment_1526" align="aligncenter" width="626"] Photo via INDYCAR[/caption]

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  • Kimball-Thompson wedding ceremony with a twist
    Sep 30

    Kimball-Thompson wedding ceremony with a twist

    Via IndyCar.com Sept. 30, 2014 The bride was radiant in her cap-sleeved, A-line lace white gown. The groom was beaming in his gray formalwear. And waiting to officiate the Sept. 27 marriage ceremony between Kathleen Thompson and Charlie Kimball on the sun-splashed Old Washington Street Pedestrian Bridge in Indianapolis was James Hinchcliffe. Verizon IndyCar Series driver, good friend and recently-ordained minister James Hinchcliffe. “It’s something that Charlie, Kathleen and I joked about years ago, and after they got engaged they invited me to dinner and said, ‘Remember how we used to joke about you marrying us? Well, we’ve thought about it and actually would like you to do it,’ ’’ Hinchcliffe said. “In my mind, it’s about the greatest honor somebody could ask you to do so, of course, I accepted.” Hinchcliffe took his minister licensing and wedding training online through American Marriage Ministries. “They come from different religious backgrounds and I said right away that if you ask me to do this I’m going to do it my way and they said that was the point. They didn’t want anything formal,” Hinchcliffe added. “For me and what I had been asked to do and by whom, I did a lot of research into what institution made the most sense and found one that fit well with the values of the people involved.” The couple wrote their own vows. “This is really a celebration of the two of them and hopefully the start of a long journey together,” Hinchcliffe said. Following the ceremony, a stroll along the Indiana Central Canal led family, friends and many from the racing community to the reception at a downtown restaurant. They’re currently on an extended honeymoon. Kimball, 29, and Thompson, 28, attended Rio Mesa (Calif.) High School and reconnected a few years later. They moved to Indiana in 2009 when he began competing in Indy Lights. Last month, Kimball completed his fourth Verizon IndyCar Series season with Novo Nordisk Chip Ganassi Racing. Thompson is a founder and co-owner of Indianapolis-based Porch Light Public Relations. [caption id="attachment_1517" align="aligncenter" width="626"] Nathaniel Edmunds Photography[/caption]

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  • Chevy numbers to note: Terabytes and wins
    Sep 26

    Chevy numbers to note: Terabytes and wins

    Via IndyCar.com Sept. 26, 2014 Chevrolet clinched its third consecutive Verizon IndyCar Series Manufacturer Championship with the 2.2-liter, twin-turbocharged, direct-injected V6 engine. Some factoids about the bowtie brand in the series: 12 – Chevrolet-powered cars won 12 of the 18 races during the 2014 season. 33 -- Races won with a Chevrolet engine in the past three seasons. 78 – Percentage of Chevrolet-powered cars in the Fast Nine qualifying positions for the Indianapolis 500 Mile Race since 2012. 100 – Man hours to assemble one race engine. 108 – Average distance in miles traveled by a piston in the Chevrolet race car engine cylinder during the 98th Running of the Indianapolis 500 in May. 1,851 – Race laps led during the season by Chevrolet-powered cars. 9,500 – Individual parts in the race engine. 30,065 – Revolutions of Ed Carpenter's engine during his four-lap qualifying run in the Fast Nine to secure his second consecutive Indianapolis 500 pole start. 250,000 -- Half a terabyte of data is collected by Chevrolet engineers throughout the course of the racing season, which is equivalent to about a quarter million pictures worth of data. To read more, please click here. [caption id="attachment_1514" align="aligncenter" width="591"] Photo courtesy of LAT Photo USA[/caption]

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  • Brasilia joins race lineup for the 2015 season
    Sep 18

    Brasilia joins race lineup for the 2015 season

    Via IndyCar.com Sept. 18, 2014 INDYCAR will return to Brazil in 2015 with a Verizon IndyCar Series event at Autódromo Internacional Nelson Piquet in the capital city of Brasília next March. “We’re eager to continue INDYCAR’s rich history of racing in Brazil with today’s announcement of a Verizon IndyCar Series event in Brasília next season,” said Hulman & Company CEO Mark Miles, who made the joint announcement alongside Maruska Souza Holanda, the President of Terracap, a government-owned company that owns the racetrack. “This event is an instrumental step in the growth of INDYCAR as we continue to execute our strategy of adding race markets and events that drive us forward. We’ve received a tremendous amount of support from Governor Agnelo Queiroz, the Government of the Federal District – GDF and the Bandeirantes Communications Group throughout this entire process. INDYCAR fans throughout the world are unbelievably enthusiastic about our sport and we’re excited to showcase another thrilling event next season.” The Brasília Indy will be held on March 8. INDYCAR previously sanctioned a Verizon IndyCar Series street race in São Paulo from 2010-13. CART raced in Rio de Janeiro from 1996-2000 on an oval circuit also named for Piquet. “I look forward to having the race in Brasilia; it will be a marvelous event not only for developing Brasília but for all of Brazil,” Governor of the Federal District Agnelo Queiroz said while visiting the Indianapolis 500 in May. “The racetrack is located close to downtown and we expect more than 100,000 fans at event. The racetrack is a permanent facility and built in the center of the city in 1973, and we were determined that the track should meet requirements for INDYCAR, F1 and MotoGP. We truly hope the event will bring investments and economic development for the whole Central region of Brazil.” To read more, please click here. [caption id="attachment_1510" align="aligncenter" width="610"] Photo via IndyCar.com[/caption]

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  • Kimball earns "Don't Crack Under Pressure" Award
    Aug 31

    Kimball earns "Don't Crack Under Pressure" Award

    Via IndyCar.com August 31, 2014 Charlie Kimball claimed the $25,000 TAG Heuer “Don’t Crack Under Pressure” Award for advancing the most cumulative positions during the season. Verizon IndyCar Series award winners Championship driver (Astor Challenge Cup): Will Power Jostens Championship Driver Award (ring): Will Power Championship team (Astor Challenge Cup): Verizon Team Penske Championship team manager: Jon Bouslog Chief Mechanic of the Year Award: Matt Jonnson Sunoco Diamond Performance Award ($75,000): Will Power for three race victories Sunoco Rookie of the Year Award ($50,000): Carlos Munoz TAG Heuer “Don’t Crack Under Pressure” Award ($25,000): Charlie Kimball Tony Renna Rising Star Award: Jack Hawksworth Verizon P1 Award: Will Power for field-high four earned poles Dan and Susie Wheldon “Make a Difference” Award ($1,000 charitable donation): Susie Wheldon To read more, please click here. [caption id="attachment_1505" align="aligncenter" width="626"] Photo via INDYCAR[/caption]

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  • Live from Trackside - Fontana
    Aug 30

    Live from Trackside - Fontana

    Saturday, August 30 11:15 p.m. I have to give a lot of credit to the entire Chip Ganassi Racing team, especially Novo Nordisk Chip Ganassi Racing. They were able to really come together and rebound from our incident last night. I knew from the first lap that the car was going to be really good. I got caught out in the dirty air and hit the wall lightly in the middle of the race. That put us behind a little, but we were able to fight back as a team and finish in 12th. After the night we had last night, I’d say that’s pretty good. Congratulations to Tony and Scott on the 1-2 finish! Last but definitely not least, thanks to the fans for all of the support this season! I truly appreciate it. [caption id="attachment_1500" align="aligncenter" width="550"] Sun is setting and it's time for the green flag![/caption] [caption id="attachment_1501" align="aligncenter" width="626"]IMG_0377 IndyCars under the lights![/caption] 3:10 p.m. I just finished up the systems check lap. Going to the backup car was seamless, all thanks to the No. 83 crew and everyone from the Chip Ganassi Racing team who helped out last night. I always know they will give me a quick car, no matter what the circumstances. The incident during the last practice session was just really unfortunate. I just had no place to go, and the guys had a long night rebuilding the car. I'm a bit sore today but otherwise totally fine. I'm definitely thinking of Mikhail and wishing him a quick recovery! Next up on the agenda is an USA Today interview, the IndyCar autograph session, a team strategy meeting, and dinner. Then it's time to go racing for the last time this year! Thanks for the support, as always. Tune in to the MAVTV500 at 6 p.m. Pacific on NBC Sports Network, and be sure to follow my Pit Lane Reporter on Twitter @racewithinsulin for updates during the race. Friday, August 29 6:15 p.m. The No. 83 NovoLog FlexPen Chevrolet has been really good both in qualifying in the heat and sun, and then also when it cools down in race trim. The Team Chevy power has been really good here all week and I'm excited to see what we can do in the 500-mile race. I'm really happy with the sixth place qualifying result, but we still have a little work to do before tomorrow night to make sure we have the best race car possible. Luckily we have a half hour session this evening with a race-like setting to get a few things sorted. Check it out at 7:15 p.m. PT! [caption id="attachment_1495" align="aligncenter" width="569"]TK giving me some insight after his qualifying run. TK giving me some insight after his qualifying run.[/caption] [caption id="attachment_1496" align="aligncenter" width="569"]On deck and ready to go! On deck and ready to go![/caption] 1:45 p.m. Hello from Auto Club Speedway! We had a pretty good first practice session this morning, mainly working on our setup for qualifying. We finished P6 on the charts, but more importantly I got a really good feel for the car and felt pretty comfortable. If we can start in the first few rows, I think we can definitely go racing from there. I'm 20th in the qualifying line, and our times will be the average of two laps. Qualifying starts in a half hour at 2:15 p.m. Pacific, so check it out live via INDYCAR Race Control or the broadcast on NBC Sports Network at 4 p.m. [caption id="attachment_1492" align="aligncenter" width="569"]All set for practice 1. All set for practice 1.[/caption] [caption id="attachment_1493" align="aligncenter" width="626"]Making changes to the No. 83. Making changes to the No. 83.[/caption] Thursday, August 28 4:50 p.m.  I'm looking forward to closing out the 2014 Verizon IndyCar Series season this weekend at Auto Club Speedway. It's been an up and down year, but I know the Novo Nordisk Chip Ganassi Racing team can end it on a strong note. There's a lot that can happen during those 500 miles, but we showed last year that we can be a contender here in Fontana. With the testing time yesterday ahead of the race weekend, it gives us just that extra bit of data and opportunity to improve the car before the green flag. It was pretty warm during the first test session so we worked on qualifying setups and general car balance. Once the sun went down, the track cooled off a bit and changed to conditions similar to how it will be on Saturday evening so we were able to work on race setups. The No. 83 NovoLog FlexPen Chevrolet will be quick, going for the win! Here's a race weekend schedule (all times Pacific): Friday, August 29 10-11:15 a.m. Practice 2:15-3:30 p.m. Qualifying (broadcast on NBC Sports Network at 4 p.m. PT) 5:30-6 p.m. Practice Saturday, August 30 3 p.m. Systems check (1 lap) 4-5 p.m. Autograph session (in the INDYCAR Fan Village) 6 p.m. Driver intros and live broadcast on NBC Sports Network begins 7:20 p.m. Green flag for the MAVTV 5oo! Check INDYCAR Race Control for live timing and video, and follow my Pit Lane Reporter (PLR) on Twitter @racewithinsulin for updates while I'm on track! Thanks for the support. [caption id="attachment_1465" align="aligncenter" width="609"]Setting up on test day. Setting up on test day.[/caption] [caption id="attachment_1467" align="aligncenter" width="569"]Ready to go for testing! Ready to go for testing![/caption] [caption id="attachment_1486" align="aligncenter" width="569"]Under the lights! Under the lights![/caption] [caption id="attachment_1487" align="aligncenter" width="569"]Our pit setup in Fontana. Our pit setup in Fontana.[/caption]  

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  • I went to Facebook. . . and I "liked" it
    Aug 28

    I went to Facebook. . . and I "liked" it

    Last week before starting the race weekend at Sonoma Raceway, I had the opportunity to visit Facebook's headquarters in Menlo Park, Calif. along with eight fellow Verizon IndyCar Series drivers. Their campus is huge--and super cool. Not only do they have an open layout with outdoor courtyards and a climbing wall, but they also have a bunch of on-site restaurants and food vendors. All for free! But we weren't there just for the snacks... we also met with Facebook engineers and sports account managers to learn about best practices for athletes. They also set us up with verified pages and a new app created just for verified users, which makes it even easier for me to update my page while on the road. Awesome! With more than one billion (yes, BILLION!) users around the world it's no secret that as an athlete, having an active Facebook page is important in order to interact and communicate with fans. It also gives us a bit of a personal touch point--whether fans can make the trip out to a race track or not, they still have the chance to "talk" with their favorite driver via Facebook. It's almost become the electronic version of having a signed hero card! From sharing photos to videos and news links to contests, the opportunities are virtually endless. So, what is your favorite part of Facebook? What would you like to see more of on my Facebook page? Tell me here! [caption id="attachment_1482" align="aligncenter" width="626"] Check out that blue check mark--I'm official![/caption] [caption id="attachment_1480" align="aligncenter" width="420"]Chatting with a Facebook engineer and CGR teammate TK. Chatting with a Facebook engineer and CGR teammate TK.[/caption] [caption id="attachment_1481" align="aligncenter" width="569"]IndyCar visits Facebook! IndyCar visits Facebook![/caption]

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A quick layover in Miami (hey, Tony Kanaan!) then off to Panama City, Panama for Novo Nordisk's Global Diabetes Summit tomorrow. What's on your agenda this weekend?

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Throwin' it back to just one year ago for today's #ThrowbackThursday... a "bucket list" trip to the Grand Canyon with my dad. Any big trips on your must-do list? http://bit.ly/1wuPzoL

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I can read oil temperature, fuel mileage and lap times on my Verizon Wireless IndyCar Series steering wheel... oh, and my blood glucose numbers! Learn more in this week's #TechTuesday post.

2 days ago

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It's true... Jim put me back to work yesterday for two-a-days at PitFit Training! And today I'm in Phoenix to meet some new friends at Banner Children’s at Cardon Children’s and Banner Thunderbird and Phoenix Children's Hospital. Happy Tuesday!

3 days ago

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So cool to meet junior drag racer (and fellow type 1!) Parker Chambers here at Monroe Carell Jr. Children's Hospital at Vanderbilt's Diabetes Family Day with Novo Nordisk! Fun to swap track stories--I better get her autograph, too!

6 days ago

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Celebrating a different sort of anniversary today--my diaversary. Thank you to all who have helped me since that day in 2007! For those in the diabetes community, share your diaversary stories with me: http://charliekimball.com/news/?p=1535

8 days ago

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Learn about Verizon Wireless IndyCar Series' race weekend technical inspections in today's #TechTuesday post!

10 days ago

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It's Monday. In case you need a quick pick-me-up and some Team Chevy IndyCar Series sounds...

11 days ago

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A 10-year-old #ThrowbackThursday #TBT photo... getting set up for a British Formula Ford race at Brands Hatch in October '04! Where were you 10 years ago?

15 days ago

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A look back at Team Chevy's strong 2014 Verizon Wireless IndyCar Series season.

17 days ago

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Yes, you may have heard I had quite a big weekend... thanks to our friends and family who came out to enjoy a perfect day with us in Indianapolis! Now I'm off to spend some time with my beautiful bride!

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