Katherine Legge takes on a new fight with legal team.
Bobby Rahal showcased his new American Le Mans Series BMWs at Daytona with the team drivers and will later head to Sebring, Florida for the preseason open IndyCar test days with his son Graham and James Jake.
Canadian James Hinchcliffe earns his maiden IZOD IndyCar race on the temporary St. Pete circuit after overtaking Helio Castroneves.
Confusing formats are not the way to bring fans back to the IndyCar series.
INDYCAR is now seeking new partnerships with brands looking to align with the fastest, most versatile form of racing.
While everyone is preparing for the Greatest Spectacle in Racing, the IZOD IndyCar Series drew attention to their three double-header events starting with the Belle Isle street circuit in Detroit followed by Toronto and later Houston.
The 2012 IZOD IndyCar champion topped the Firestone Fast Six competitors to secure the pole in his Andretti Autosport Dallara with Chevrolet power.
The reigning IZOD IndyCar Series champion set the fastest lap in the IZOD IndyCar Series open test at the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course in Lexington, Ohio.
Twenty-five drivers set faster laps today than the pole winning time last year by Will Power including the Aussie who set the fastest time today.
As they have in past Rolex 24 hours contest, Chip Ganassi’s two champions are ready for the race in Daytona. Scott Dixon and Dario Franchitti shared their thoughts on the 2013 IndyCar season.
2012 Firestone Indy Lights champion Tristan Vautier kept a secret during the recent Rolex 24 Hours event in Daytona, FL. The Frenchman moved up to IndyCar for the 2013 season.
Earlier today, IZOD IndyCar Series driver Graham Rahal, who joins the team co-owned by his father for the 2013 season, participated in a conference call to preview the 2013 season.
Not only is Tagliani returning but so is the entire crew of the No. 98 Barracuda - BHA Honda Dallara
The IZOD IndyCar series has officially started the new season on the temporary special built circuit in St. Petersburg, Florida with Team Penske’s Power setting the fastest time.
Tom Carnegie would be proud of today's IndyCar qualifying on the streets of St. Pete as the lap records kept falling.
For the fourth year, Penske’s Will Power earned the pole on the street circuit in St. Pete. The surprise was Japanese racer Takuma Sato taking the second grid slot for AJ Foyt Racing.
Foyt likes Sato's desire to win and will put him in the ABC Foyt Racing Honda for the coming season.