More teams receiving their new Dallara IL-15 cars.
Parker Kligerman will test an Indy Lights car this weekend.
Dan Andersen is putting money behind his motives to find new talent.
Series has engine partner for the first time since Infiniti quit in 2006.
Scott Dixon and James Hinchcliffe have prior experience in Indy Lights.
Ten teams are registered for next season.
Duo is moving up from Pro Mazda to Indy Lights for 2015.
Tristan Vautier turned in 85 reliable laps, the quickest of which eclipsed the prior weekend’s Indy Lights pole time by more than a half second.
Former Indy Lights champion Tristan Vautier does the shakedown.
Belardi Auto Racing takes the crown in tight battle that ends in a tie.
Canadian driver climbing the ladder to test with 8Star Motorsports.
Over the decades in motor sports, the safety of the racers has changed and the leader in field is of course the FIA as they set the standards worldwide.
Performance friction brakes and Cosworth partnerships confirmed.
Gabby Chaves secured the Indy Lights win at Pocono Saturday.
Polesitter never seriously challenged in Mid-Ohio win.
Our number 8 moment was the finish of the Freedom 100 at Indianpolis, that saw the first four wide photo finish in Indianapolis history.
Six full-course cautions on the street circuit slowed the field down.
A breathtaking four-wide finish saw Peter Dempsey take the checkered flag of the Indy Lights Firestone Freedom 100 at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, nipping Carlos Munoz, Gabby Chavez and Sage Karam by 0.0026 of a second.
Arie Luyendyk Jr., the 2003 IRL Menards Infiniti Pro Series "Most Popular Driver Award" winner, will be contributing regular race journal entries to Motorsport.com throughout the 2004 racing season. Arie Luyendyk Jr.. Photo by Earl ...