Is IndyCar heading in the wrong direction?
IndyCar's race director Beaux Barfield has moved over to IMSA.
The IndyCar season has come to a close and Will Power has been crowned champion.
We all want to see the first prevail, but the latter always seems to come out on top in the end.
Now that the season is over, what will we see in this seven month offseason?
It was announced earlier today that IndyCar will run at NOLA Motorsports Park in 2015.
Pirelli World Challenge and IndyCar photographer David Yowe talks about his earthquake experience this past weekend at Sonoma Raceway.
Will Power won't lose any sleep over what could have been at Sonoma Raceway.
Will Power led the field to the green flag, Scott Dixon took the checkered flag, and a lot happened in between.
Memo Gidley's recovery is going fairly well.
Motorsport.com's Anne Proffit looks at the big news concerning the merger between Ed Carpenter Racing and Sarah Fisher Hartman Racing.
Will Power recalls his first impression of the Milwaukee Mile - "a road course with no right turns" - when he arrived for the June 2006 Champ Car race.
Josef Newgarden came within arm's reach of his maiden IndyCar victory this past weekend before a botched pit stop dashed his hopes.
Forecasts are calling for a wet weekend at Mid Ohio, and after the races in Toronto, many fans are wondering what to expect.
I may criticize the powers that be, but for once, I do have to come out in defense of IndyCar Race Control.
We saw a thrilling race and an even more riveting finish at Iowa Speedway Saturday night, and hopefully we'll be able to see more of the same in 2015.
The attendance at most IndyCar oval races has been dwindling for years now.
Juan Pablo Montoya secured his first IndyCar victory since his comeback this past weekend at Pocono.
On July 6 at Pocono Raceway, Juan Pablo Montoya cashed in on the biggest opportunity presented so far with a victory in the Pocono INDYCAR 500 fueled by Sunoco.
Should INDYCAR have come down harder on the Dale Coyne Racing driver?
Will Power leads Penske teammate Helio Castroneves as the series heads to Pocono.
Anne Proffit sounds off on the recent news regarding IndyCar's future at Pocono.
Spec racing is part of IndyCar now, and there's nothing wrong with that.
Christopher DeHarde reviews the weekend IndyCar's rookies had in Houston, and for most of them, it was nothing short of a spectacular showing.