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The Dale Coyne Racing No. 18 has its third new driver in as many days.
A last-second change in the IndyCar entry list.
Motorsport.com spoke with James Hinchcliffe about his new home.
More teams receiving their new Dallara IL-15 cars.
Today marks the 15 year anniversary of Greg Moore's tragic death.
Ten teams are registered for next season.
James Hinchcliffe is going to be racing with a new team in 2015.
The newly formed CFH Racing team will utilize Chevrolet power next year.
Parker Kligerman will test an Indy Lights car this weekend.
Belardi Auto Racing takes the crown in tight battle that ends in a tie.
Ohio driver started from the pole.
Polesitter never seriously challenged in Mid-Ohio win.
Sebastien Bourdais: "We had a great weekend (at Toronto) and finally capitalized on the pace and promises we've had coming into the season..."
Teammate Chaves extends his points lead.
Simon Pagenaud finished sixth last year in Iowa.
Simon Pagenaud and Mikhail Aleshin finished sixth and seventh in this past weekend's race at Pocono.
Simon Pagenaud and Mikhail Aleshin finished 1-2 in Race 2 on June 29 at the Grand Prix of Houston.
Pocono 100 set for Saturday
The 10-turn NRG Park in Houston, Texas has a reputation for punishing drivers physically with numerous bumps on its concrete surface.
With much of the IndyCar schedule looking like a street course series, will we see more in the future. Mark Wilkinson discusses where the money is for IndyCar
Schmidt Peterson Motorsports removed downforce before making qualifying attempts.
Fans at Texas Motor Speedway for the Firestone 600 will also be entertained by "Big Hoss," the world's largest high-definition video board.
The team won the race at Circuit Park Zandvoort after an exciting battle in the opening hours with the No. 9 Scuderia Praha Ferrari 458 GT3 Italia.
IndyCar has handed down some penalties following the Indianapolis 500.
After winning on the road course, Luiz Razia hopes to conquer the oval after earning pole position for Freedom 100 at Indianapolis.
Pagenaud's four-lap average speed of 230.070 mph in his third attempt in the No. 77 Lucas Oil Dallara/Honda/Firestone car was seventh fastest overall.
Simon Pagenaud won the first Verizon IndyCar Series race on the IMS Grand Prix road course by .8906 of a second over Ryan Hunter-Reay.
Josef Newgarden finished 17th when the checkered flag flew in the first Verizon IndyCar Series road race at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.