Looking back over the top moments of 2014, we simply couldn't nail down one of these stories to make the list, so we thought they could share. Will Power wins the IndyCar title, and Dale Jr joins Twitter.
Roger Penske could potentially make motorsports history today.
Will Power spoke with Motorsport.com's Christopher DeHarde about the new/old team mates he will see next season.
Over the last five years, no driver has won more Indy car races than Will Power.
'Still sinking in,' says Power.
'It stings a little bit,' he admits.
First championship (finally!) for the Penske Racing driver.
The fight for the IndyCar championship is certainly on.
Will Power and Helio Castroneves are heading to Fontana to decide who will be the 2014 IndyCar Champion.
Chevy IndyCar V6 Program makes it three in a row.
Power secured his third win of 2014 earlier today.
Josef Newgarden: "Well, I think honestly the rain helped a little bit, just spread everyone out because it's so tight."
How the top four in the standings have fared since 2012 at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course...
Mike Conway brings home Ed Carpenter Racing's third victory of the year in the second race at Toronto.
Contact with Tony Kanaan at Toronto took RHR out of contention.
After a two hour weather delay, officials have given up on today's race.
After four aborted starts, three wrecks, and two red flags, today's IndyCar race in Toronto has been cancelled.