Charity race will raise money for Alzheimer's Association.
IZOD IndyCar Series driver Graham Rahal to test various track configurations on the Indianapolis Motor Speedway's road course on September 4th
A.J. Foyt: "Who would have thought Franchitti last year would have come up and win the race?"
The opening day of practice for the Grand Prix of Indy is complete.
The Indianapolis speedway will host the final run of the Boston Marathon competitors prior to the Indy 500.
Thousands of fans watched as the pit crew of Helio Castroneves won the annual Pit Stop Challenge on pit lane at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway May 24.
Lazier Partners Racing adds 34th entry to 2013 field
“The little team that could” beats super squads in Indy 500 qualifying Saturday in dramatic fashion
KV Racing Technology has gotten together with legendary open-wheel racer Al Unser Jr., who will assist the team as a driver coach this month.
Chevrolet IndyCar V6 driver Helio Castroneves earns podium finish at Inaugural Grand Prix of Indianapolis; Chevrolet continues to lead series manufacturer standings
Champion Ryan Hunter-Reay, Andretti Autosport, and Chevrolet receive 2012 awards in Indianapolis. During the night of celebration, Indy Lights title winner Tristan Vautier received his prize and the Greg Moore Legacy Award.
Derrick Walker brings his own past history of motor sports along with his astute business sense to INDYCAR.
Welcome to Indiana-ville by Jay Alley as he reflects through his camera lens on the passion-filled victory by the Brazilian.
Sato was unable to reach his early morning's speed so his best lap in his qualifying run was his first -- 226.071 mph and he will start 18th in the 33-car field.
Legend Michael Andretti will be on hand to provide driver coaching and assist in getting Kurt Busch up to speed quickly.
It's race morning at Indianapolis as everyone prepares for the 98th running of the Indy 500.
Allan Brewer, IndyCar Correspondent
SFHR breaks ground for their new shop within sight of turn one of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway
Simon Pagenaud won the first Verizon IndyCar Series race on the IMS Grand Prix road course by .8906 of a second over Ryan Hunter-Reay.
It's a rags to riches story that could only happen in America, and it's a home-grown Hoosier whom is becoming a legend in his own time who has written it.
Chip Ganassi invited Alex Zanardi to the Indianapolis 500 race in order to surprise him with a special gift.