The Grand Prix of Houston will feature two races on the 1.69-mile, 10-turn NRG Park temporary street circuit.
The 10-turn NRG Park in Houston, Texas has a reputation for punishing drivers physically with numerous bumps on its concrete surface.
Fans will now be able to see every session live between television coverage and online streams.
With much of the IndyCar schedule looking like a street course series, will we see more in the future. Mark Wilkinson discusses where the money is for IndyCar
Two 90-lap races in Texas summer could be a hot one
As IndyCar and NHRA collide, is there anything the famous Rahal can learn from the famous Force that could translate to the open-wheel side? Anne Proffit thinks there is.
Firestone 600 was the second victory of the season for the team.
Graham Rahal is the team's full-season driver in the No. 15 National Guard car.
Bourdais on probation for rest of season
The Verizon IndyCar Series takes a two-week hiatus before returning to action for the Grand Prix of Houston June 28-29.
You may remember Christopher DeHrade's story on five drivers who had to perform at Texas. Well, did they?
Sebastien Bourdais and Justin Wilson made contact severely damaging both cars thus ending their races with Bourdais in 20th place.
Derrick Walker took a moment to talk to the media ahead of the IndyCar race at Texas tonight and revealed some interesting things about the schedule, as Christopher DeHarde explains...
Newgarden’s time of 217.835 mph will see him start from second on the grid.
Schmidt Peterson Motorsports removed downforce before making qualifying attempts.
Teams experienced some severe tire fall-off during both practice and qualifying at Texas Motor Speedway.
Will Power has secured pole position for the Verizon IndyCar Series race at Texas Motor Speedway.
French IndyCar driver is a near-novice on the Forth Worth oval
IndyCar heads to Texas for a showdown in Forth Worth after the duel in Detroit. Here's Christopher DeHarde with a list of five drivers who are hoping for a strong and uneventful showing this weekend...
Fans at Texas Motor Speedway for the Firestone 600 will also be entertained by "Big Hoss," the world's largest high-definition video board.