Welcome Back, Buddy Lazier
It's been about 26 years since Buddy Lazier made his first trip to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. That year, 1989, Lazier was among the youngest drivers to attempt to qualify for the race. Now, in 2016, gearing up for the 100th Running of the ...
Carb Day blog: Indy 500 practice, Indy Lights, pit stop contest
Indianapolis Star (blog)
11:40 a.m.: Scott Dixon joins the group of drivers topping 224 mph, moving into second fastest at 224.606. Buddy Lazier (crossing into the racing line too early coming out of the pits) and James Hinchcliffe (excessive pit speed) get drive-through ...
2016 Indianapolis (Indy 500) Q&A: IndyCar
HOW WAS THE RACE CHANGED SINCE 1996? "It's remarkably similar. These cars' aerodynamic efficiencies are actually more like the Reynards than say the first Dallaras were. The way the cars have evolved is that these are much safer than the Reynards; ...
In 20 years since 1996 win, Buddy Lazier has lived Indy's evolution
NBC Sports - Motorsports (blog)
INDIANAPOLIS – At 48 years old, Buddy Lazier isn't just the oldest driver set to compete in this year's 100th Indianapolis 500 presented by PennGrade Motor Oil. He's the link to several generations past, and link to the future for both himself and his ...