Joe Jennings, IndyCar Correspondent
Counting down the top moments of 2013, the loss of Speed Channel was chased at the #2 top moment of the year gone by.
Highlighting ten drivers who were within arm's reach of the Indy 500 crown, but came up short.
Our number 4 top moment of 2013 was the moment that Dario Franchitti was launched into the catch fencing in Houston, and his subsequent retirement.
In 1965, the Wood Brothers pit crew brought a bit of NASCAR ingenuity to Indianapolis Motor Speedway
Ryan Hunter-Reay won the Indy 500, but son Ryden "stole the show"
Three generations of the Andretti family have attempted to win at Indy and since 1965, they've only emerged victorious once, and that was 45 years ago.
In 2011, INDYCAR sanctioning body was already in test mode with the new Dallara DW12 chassis that would house the powerplants for 2012. It is our seventh moment of the year so was the outcome as expected?
Simon Pagenaud will pay tribute to Ayrton Senna with a specially designed helmet for the Indianapolis 500.
Rob and Chris Dyson are more use to piloting a sports car around the racing tracks, and both father and son have won championships in endurance racing.
Nancy Knapp Schilke
Montoya on getting up to speed in open wheel, his NASCAR reunion and Kurt Busch's learning curve with the double
After being out of an Indy car since 2006, A. J. Allmendinger stepped into a Team Penske Chevrolet and quickly got up to speed during the preseason IndyCar Series testing held at Sebring.
Racing fans and technology lovers alike will want to catch a glimpse of the ground-breaking video.
Black Noon is a must-read for any fan of motorsports.
Ryan Hunter-Reay has said that he has not made a decision whether to sign a new deal with Andretti.
Helio Castroneves will enjoy his trip back to his homeland as the IndyCar racer hopes to give the Brazilian fans good reason to celebrate.
Dakota Meyer is an amazing man who had a blast this past weekend in Long Beach.
“It is not an easy golf course,” stated Jeffrey C. Williams.
A. J. Foyt had to forgo his role as the 2012 grand marshal for the Rolex 24 last year, but the former winner at Daytona was present for this year’s event. As usual – except for a few topics – Foyt was willing to give his opinion and thoughts.