Via The Toronto Star
It will be the drivers who’ll get most of the attention when the Honda Indy Toronto rolls into Exhibition Place this weekend – and rightly so. They’re the ones out there risking their lives.
But, as they’ll be the first to acknowledge, they can’t do what they do on their own. How fast they go and how well they do depends on the efforts of a whole team, as well on their own skills. And the other key player in that team is their race engineer.
Just what does a race engineer do? To find out I asked Todd Malloy, a 20-year veteran on the IndyCar circuit. Full disclosure: that last name is not a coincidence. Todd, I’m proud to say, is my son.
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