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Newgarden: Aeroscreen feels "normal"
Andretti reveals Lights test line-up
Penske makes cheeky Indy 500 offer
VeeKay to test for ECR at Mid-Ohio
Why IndyCar aeroscreen is a must

Josef Newgarden says he grew accustomed to IndyCar’s aeroscreen after just 30-40 laps of Richmond Raceway, as he and Scott Dixon began testing at the 0.75-mile oval which returns to the NTT IndyCar Series in 2020.

Andretti Autosport, the team that took Patricio O’Ward and Oliver Askew to the Indy Lights presented by Cooper Tires titles over the past two seasons, has announced four drivers for this weekend’s Chris Griffis Memorial Open Test on the Indianapolis Motor Speedway road course.

Roger Penske has invited Supercars team boss Roland Dane to run an Indy 500 wildcard entry – but with some cheeky conditions.

Rinus VeeKay, 2019 Indy Lights runner-up, will get a second test with Ed Carpenter Racing next Tuesday at Mid-Ohio SportsCar course.

IndyCar’s Red Bull Advanced Technologies aeroscreen looks odd from the head-on angle, sexy from the side – but if it protects the drivers and they approve of its application, aesthetic appeal ceases to be a priority, writes David Malsher.

Newgarden: Aeroscreen felt “kind of normal” in first test

Josef Newgarden says he grew accustomed to IndyCar’s aeroscreen after just 30-40 laps of Richmond Raceway, as he and Scott Dixon began testing at the 0.75-mile oval which returns to the NTT IndyCar Series in 2020.

Andretti Autosport reveals four drivers for Indy Lights test

Andretti Autosport, the team that took Patricio O’Ward and Oliver Askew to the Indy Lights presented by Cooper Tires titles over the past two seasons, has announced four drivers for this weekend’s Chris Griffis Memorial Open Test on the Indianapolis Motor Speedway road course.

Penske's cheeky Indy 500 challenge to Supercars squad

Roger Penske has invited Supercars team boss Roland Dane to run an Indy 500 wildcard entry – but with some cheeky conditions.

VeeKay set for second IndyCar test with ECR-Chevrolet

Rinus VeeKay, 2019 Indy Lights runner-up, will get a second test with Ed Carpenter Racing next Tuesday at Mid-Ohio SportsCar course.

Opinion: IndyCar aeroscreens show lives matter more than looks

IndyCar’s Red Bull Advanced Technologies aeroscreen looks odd from the head-on angle, sexy from the side – but if it protects the drivers and they approve of its application, aesthetic appeal ceases to be a priority, writes David Malsher.

Ghiotto expects to end single-seater career

Luca Ghiotto says he expects to call time on his single-seater career to focus on sportscar racing next season after making his first FIA World Endurance Championship start at Fuji.

Correa “grateful to be here” after tragic F2 crash

Juan-Manuel Correa, who suffered major injuries during the tragic Formula 2 race at Spa in September, has sent a video via Instagram in which he sends condolences to the family of Anthoine Hubert who died in the accident.

Ganassi signs Ericsson for 2020 IndyCar season

Chip Ganassi Racing will enter a third IndyCar next season as Marcus Ericsson joins fellow Swedish series sophomore Felix Rosenqvist and five-time champion Scott Dixon.

Hunter-Reay backs aeroscreen after wet test on road course

Andretti Autosport’s Ryan Hunter-Reay says he’s impressed by IndyCar’s 2020 aeroscreen after testing at Barber Motorsports Park today, his only misgiving being the need for improved cockpit cooling before the device comes online.

Peroni's return delayed after Monza crash

FIA Formula 3 driver Alex Peroni will miss the Macau Grand Prix and faces an extended three months on the sidelines after his spectacular airborne Monza crash.

Aeroscreen: IndyCar progressing a more desirable solution?

It’s a topic that’s been left to simmer for a couple of seasons in Formula 1, but are IndyCar paving the way for a more palatable driver head protection solution?

Doctors “confident” in Correa after 17-hour surgery

Alfa Romeo Formula 1 junior Juan Manuel Correa underwent 17 hours of surgery on Sunday, which was deemed successful by doctors according to a statement issued on his behalf.

Newey: Okayama podium makes up for ‘bad luck'

Harrison Newey believes his Okayama podium finish was payback for the bad luck that has marred his maiden campaign in Super Formula.

Power: After a day “you’d feel naked” without aeroscreen

Will Power says that after just a day of testing IndyCar’s new aeroscreen along with Scott Dixon, he’s so accustomed to the Red Bull Advanced Technologies-developed device that he would feel “naked” were it removed.

IndyCar aeroscreen makes on-track debut at IMS

Will Power and Scott Dixon have started testing the Red Bull Advanced Technologies-developed Aeroscreen at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.

Kobayashi blames Palou for race-ending crash

Kamui Kobayashi has put the blame on Alex Palou for the incident that forced the ex-Formula 1 driver out of last weekend's Okayama Super Formula race.

O'Ward "scratching off the boxes" with Okayama points

Red Bull Formula 1 junior Patricio O’Ward says he is “scratching off the boxes” after breaking into the points for the first time in Sunday’s Super Formula race at Okayama.

De Vries: F2 title feels like "revenge" for poor 2018

Nyck de Vries has described his 2019 Formula 2 title triumph as "revenge" for what he considers to have been a sub-par 2018 campaign.

S5000, TCR Australia promoter makes key commercial hire

Australian Racing Group has hired former Australian Grand Prix Corporation staffer Nestora Strintzos as its new commercial head.

Promoted: Schmidt on Arrow SPM’s progress in 2019

There were times this year when it seemed as is if Arrow Schmidt Peterson Motorsports’ big-rigs must have run over the black cats that crossed their path. But at the end of it all, Sam Schmidt tells David Malsher that the team is in a better place now to make the next step toward vying for championships.