The Farce of IndyCar: who is broadcasting this week?
The confusing qualifying at Iowa has Will Power on pole.
Confusing formats are not the way to bring fans back to the IndyCar series.
Helio Castroneves has produced five top-10 finishes in six races at Iowa but will be looking for his first win at the short oval on Sunday.
Former F1 driver, and IndyCar winner Takuma Sato talks about oval racing in the IndyCar series.
Servia to run two of the four race oval stretch in the #4 National Guard Chevrolet.
By Eric Mauk: Schmidt Hamilton Motorsports team was fined $5,000 by Indy Car for not complying with the series rule concerning the maximum capacity of the fuel cell in the car.
Josef Newgarden and Sarah Fisher Hartman Racing turned a bad car to a good one, until the rookie's ill-advised passing attempt turned it into a pile of broken parts
By Eric Mauk: Luckily for television viewers in the U.S., Franchitti used his sudden bank of free time to join the broadcast team and provide some valuable insight to Saturday’s Iowa Corn Indy 250.
By Eric Mauk: The A.J. Foyt Racing team and Mike Conway went backwards early on Saturday night in Iowa
KV Racing Technology driver Tony Kanaan recorded his second consecutive podium finish with a third place performance last night in the Iowa Corn Indy 250 at Iowa Speedway in Newton, Iowa.
Helio Castroneves produced a sixth-place finish Saturday night on an otherwise challenging evening for Team Penske
Ed Carpenter has been passing inside and out at the oval tracks this season
By Eric Mauk: Ryan Hunter-Reay takes second straight win ahead of teammate Marco Andretti
By Eric Mauk: Dario Franchitti jumped into tonight’s final heat for tomorrow’s Iowa Indy Car 250 on his last lap of practice, but he didn’t wait nearly as long in the heat race
By Eric Mauk: Tony Kanaan stalked Tagliani for the middle part of the race before setting him up and making the pass on the 21st of the 30 laps that made up the second heat.