Andrew Kitchener Roar Guru

Andrew Kitchener

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http://kitchtrips.com

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Sport & sports media | (Ice) hockey, AFL, IndyCar, college football. Tweeting about sport, movies, music and other randomness from @kitchtrips

Member Since:
 
November 2013
Based In:
 
Sydney, NSW, Australia
Favourite Sports:
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2018 Indianapolis 500: IndyCar Series live race updates, blog

2018 Indianapolis 500: IndyCar Series live race updates, blog

6 hours ago

Join The Roar on Monday morning from 1:30am AEST for all the drama and pageantry of the world’s greatest race, the Indianapolis 500.

102nd Indianapolis 500: Full field preview (Part 2)

102nd Indianapolis 500: Full field preview (Part 2)

3 days ago

Down to the business end of the fabled field of 33 cars and drivers for this weekend’s 102nd Indianapolis 500.

102nd Indianapolis 500: Full field preview (Part 1)

102nd Indianapolis 500: Full field preview (Part 1)

4 days ago

The fabled field of 33 is set for the 102nd running of the Indianapolis 500-mile race. From last to first, here are my thoughts on each of the entrants.

Indianapolis 500: Pole qualifying talking points

Indianapolis 500: Pole qualifying talking points

6 days ago

There are few things in motorsport as exciting as the fast nine running their ten miles over four laps for the right to lead the field of 33 to the green flag at the Indianapolis 500.

Indianapolis 500: Bump Day qualifying talking points

Indianapolis 500: Bump Day qualifying talking points

20 May 2018

After an absence of a few years where the field of entrants for the Indianapolis 500 have totalled only the traditional 33 who see the green flag on the last Sunday in May, bumping has returned to the Brickyard in epic, controversial and heartbreaking fashion.

IndyCar 2018: Grand Prix of Long Beach talking points

IndyCar 2018: Grand Prix of Long Beach talking points

17 Apr 2018

The Grand Prix of Long Beach. It’s one of the premiere events in North American motorsport. Outside of the Indianapolis 500, it’s the event that every IndyCar driver wants to win.