Over the last five years, no driver has won more Indy car races than Will Power.
Three years ago today, we lost Dan Wheldon.
James Hinchcliffe is going to be racing with a new team in 2015.
He will oversee the development of rules and standards for IndyCar engines.
Dan Andersen is putting money behind his motives to find new talent.
Hunter-Reay is the most successful American driver currently racing in open-wheel competition.
The newly formed CFH Racing team will utilize Chevrolet power next year.
There are many unknowns concerning the 2015 IndyCar season.
Parker Kligerman will test an Indy Lights car this weekend.
Is IndyCar heading in the wrong direction?
Montoya enjoyed a successful comeback season to IndyCar this year.
'It stings a little bit,' he admits.
First championship (finally!) for the Penske Racing driver.
Rookie Mikhail Aleshin will miss season finale.
Aleshin is conscious according to a release from IndyCar.
The fight for the IndyCar championship is certainly on.
The 1.7-mile temporary circuit at NRG Park hosted doubleheader races in each of the past two seasons.
We had a surprise winner in Motorsport.com's poll asking what your favorite form of racing is.