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Brown on AMSP progress, fourth entry
Argentine demo set for JHR-Chevy
Arrow McLaren SP reveals new line-up
The top 10 IndyCar drivers of 2022
Daly to make Cup debut at Roval

Both McLaren CEO Zak Brown and Arrow McLaren SP’s newly promoted racing director Gavin Ward believe the team made progress relative to rivals in 2022 despite a slip in the standings, and open-minded regarding a fourth car.

The #77 Juncos Hollinger Racing-Chevrolet IndyCar will perform demonstration runs at two tracks in Argentina, driven by touring car ace Agustin Canapino.

Gavin Ward will become Arrow McLaren SP’s racing director next year, and Brian Barnhart will take on the role of general manager, following the departure of team president Taylor Kiel.

It was a thrilling 2022 NTT IndyCar season that saw five drivers head to the finale with a mathematical chance of winning the title. Did the points table accurately reflect form across the 17-race season? Nearly, but not quite, says David Malsher-Lopez.

IndyCar Series driver Conor Daly, who has made a handful of starts in NASCAR, will make his Cup Series debut next weekend at the Charlotte Roval.

Foyt signs Indy Lights race winner Pedersen for IndyCar 2023

Benjamin Pedersen will graduate to the NTT IndyCar Series next season after signing a multi-year deal with AJ Foyt Racing-Chevrolet.

S5000 adds Pro-Am class

S5000 has added a Pro-Am class for both the 2022 Tasman Series and the 2023 Australian Drivers' Championship seasons.

Australian Racing Group boss steps down

Matt Braid will step down from the CEO role at Australian Racing Group at the end of this month.

How F3's all-female test proved physicality is no barrier to progression

Breaking into the Formula 1 feeder series pyramid has long proved tough for female drivers, but Abbi Pulling is among those making it her goal. She told what it was like to take part in F3’s all-female test and what more can be done to help women progress

2023 IndyCar schedule of 17 races revealed

Next year’s NTT IndyCar Series calendar will run from March to September and will see 13 of its 17 races broadcast on NBC.

Why F2 are "pioneers", not lab rats, over sustainable fuel switch

FIA Formula 2 CEO Bruno Michel has insisted the series is “not being a testing ground, we are pioneers” as it prepares to switch to sustainable fuels next year.

Jimmie Johnson retires from full-time racing

Seven-time NASCAR champion and IndyCar sophomore Jimmie Johnson has announced he is to step down from full-time racing in 2023.

S5000 blocked from racing at Bathurst

Motorsport Australia has effectively blocked S5000 from racing at Mount Panorama during the Bathurst International later this year.

Bortoleto fastest in F3 Jerez post-season test

Gabriel Bortoleto topped the timesheets in the FIA Formula 3 post-season test at Jerez, setting the fastest overall lap on Thursday for Trident. 

Lights star Rasmussen joins Era LMP2 team for Petit Le Mans

Indy Lights ace Christian Rasmussen will race for Era Motorsport in next week’s IMSA finale, the 2022 Motul Petit Le Mans at Michelin Raceway Road Atlanta.

McLaren management plans fluid, Kyle Busch is Indy 500 target

Arrow McLaren SP is expected to reveal its IndyCar management structure within the next seven days, and is also targeting Kyle Busch for a fourth AMSP-Chevrolet in the Indy 500.

Honda's left-field pick for a shot at F1 feeder series glory

Honda junior drivers racing in Formula 2 has become a regular sight in recent years, but eight years ago the Japanese marque made a rather left-field choice for its first driver to send to race in the F1 support series.

Kiel's McLaren exit sparks IndyCar management flux

Taylor Kiel has resigned as president of Arrow McLaren SP, triggering rumors over his ultimate destination as well as the identity of his replacement.

Red Bull had planned DTM outing for F1 aspirant Colton Herta

Red Bull had firm plans to field IndyCar race winner Colton Herta in this weekend’s DTM races in Austria as part of its effort to get him into Formula 1, it has emerged, only for the guest entry to be aborted at short notice.

Power’s race engineer Faustino on winning a second IndyCar title

Team Penske-Chevrolet’s Dave Faustino has been Will Power’s race engineer for 15 of the last 16 seasons. He gives David Malsher-Lopez the inside story on how the 2014 champion delivered in 2022.

Doohan: Alpine F1 discussions add motivation to perform in F2

Jack Doohan says the discussions around his future with Alpine have served as motivation for him to perform in Formula 2, but claims they have not added any pressure.

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What the future holds for two Red Bull juniors fighting in the F2 battleground

Despite having two talented drivers, albeit at very different stages of their careers, Prema Racing has had mixed fortunes in FIA Formula 2 this year. Both drivers told how they rate their seasons so far – and their next steps beyond 2022

Logan Sargeant: Carrying America's F1 hopes on his shoulders Prime

Logan Sargeant: Carrying America's F1 hopes on his shoulders

Two feature race wins in as many rounds have helped Logan Sargeant to emerge as the closest challenger to runaway Formula 2 points leader Felipe Drugovich. The Williams F1 junior couldn't have timed his rise better, with interest in grand prix racing on the rise in his US homeland, and he could be his country's best shot at getting a driver on the grid for the first time since 2015.

What racing in Australiar the future of F1's junior series Prime

What racing in Australiar the future of F1's junior series

The announcement that FIA Formula 2 and 3 would race alongside the Australian Grand Prix from 2023 came as a surprise, not only to fans but to the series’ teams too. But with Formula 1’s boom in popularity bringing more fans to the championships, team principals are relishing the opportunity

The other Doohan charting his way to motorsport success Baku Prime

The other Doohan charting his way to motorsport success

Heading into FIA Formula 2 this season, there was a lot of pressure on Jack Doohan. The 2021 F3 runner-up joined a new team for his next challenge, as well as signing up to the Alpine Academy. He told how he’s tackling the step up - with some help from his motorcycle legend father