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Rossi: No shift in Andretti protocol
Juncos Hollinger to test Pedersen
Herta tops Indy road course test
Castroneves eyeing NASCAR Cup start
Best of Chevy’s 101 wins in 2.2 era

Alexander Rossi says that signing a deal with Arrow McLaren SP-Chevrolet for 2023 has not ruined the atmosphere within his current team, Andretti Autosport-Honda.

Current Indy Lights driver Benjamin Pedersen will have his first test in an IndyCar next Monday driving the #77 Juncos Hollinger Racing-Chevrolet.

Colton Herta led the field in the eight-car test at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway’s road course today.

Fresh off a stock car win last weekend in the SRX Series, IndyCar Series star Helio Castroneves has plans in the works to make his NASCAR debut as well.

Chevrolet has won 101 of the 173 IndyCar races held since it was lured back to the series by the 2.2-liter turbo formula. Chevy’s current and former IndyCar program managers spoke to David Malsher-Lopez about the company’s achievements.

Rosenqvist extends McLaren stay; IndyCar or Formula E possible

Felix Rosenqvist has signed a multi-year extension to his McLaren deal, as the team assesses whether to keep the Swede in IndyCar or move him to its Formula E squad.

IndyCar’s Firestones to come from new facility in Akron, OH.

Firestone has opened a new $21m Advanced Tire Production Center designed for more efficient and sustainable tire production that will produce the Firehawks used by the NTT IndyCar Series.

DeFrancesco starts campaign for neonatal ICU that saved his life

IndyCar rookie Devlin DeFrancesco and his family have launched a campaign to raise money for the Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre in Toronto that saved his life.

Johnson targets Le Mans 24 Hours in Hendrick Garage 56 entry

Jimmie Johnson is hoping to fit a 24 Hours of Le Mans campaign with Hendrick Chevrolet’s Garage 56 project in between his commitments for 2023.

Iowa newcomer McLaughlin leads 19-car IndyCar test

IndyCar sophomore Scott McLaughlin headed a 1-2-5 for Team Penske-Chevrolet after a day of testing at Iowa Speedway.

De Silvestro: Now I know what to expect from current IndyCar

Simona De Silvestro is confident that her IndyCar comeback at Road America will have major benefits ahead of her second and third outings for Paretta Autosport-Chevrolet.

My favorite race car – Will Power on the Panoz DP01

Will Power recalls the Champ Car World Series' final spec chassis, the Panoz DP01-Cosworth, which he drove to Victory Lane in its first and last races.

IndyCar team-by-team midseason review 2022

Eight races down, nine to go, it’s time to reflect on who has been excelling and who’s been sub-par of the full-time entries in the first half of the 2022 NTT IndyCar Series season.

Newgarden on title prospects: “We must clean up our consistency”

Two-time IndyCar champion Josef Newgarden says the #2 Team Penske-Chevrolet group must avoid the “feast or famine” trend it has followed in 2022 in order to earn a third title.

Rossi uncertain if pitstop delay cost him Road America win

Alexander Rossi has admitted he doesn’t know whether he could have beaten Josef Newgarden to the Road America victory, even if he hadn’t been beaten out of pitlane following the first pitstop.

Ericsson on Palou clash: “Nothing wrong with that move”

IndyCar points leader Marcus Ericsson stood his ground after the Road America incident with teammate Alex Palou that saw the defending champion break his suspension on the back of the Indy 500 winner’s car.

Newgarden: Rossi was very strong, we were a little better Road America
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Newgarden: Rossi was very strong, we were a little better

Road America winner Josef Newgarden says he was confident he would have beaten Alexander Rossi in IndyCar’s Sonsio Grand Prix at Road America, even if his Penske pitcrew hadn’t got him out ahead of the polesitter.

Power, DeFrancesco stay calm after early (and late) clashes

Will Power kept his emotions largely in check following IndyCar’s Road America race, after being punted off and into a wall by Devlin DeFrancesco.

Palou “surprised” to be hit by Ganassi IndyCar teammate Ericsson

Reigning IndyCar champion Alex Palou says “I was surprised that my teammate hit me” after early contact with Indy 500 winner Marcus Ericsson cost him dear at Road America.

Road America IndyCar: Flawless Newgarden wins, earns $1m bonus Road America
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Road America IndyCar: Flawless Newgarden wins, earns $1m bonus

Team Penske-Chevrolet’s Josef Newgarden drove a perfect race at Road America to beat pole-winner Alexander Rossi, who on a late-race restart also ceded second place to new championship leader Marcus Ericsson.

Herta suffers grid penalty at Road America

Colton Herta has received a six-place grid penalty at Road America for an unapproved engine change.

Ranking the top 10 IndyCar drivers of 2021 Prime

Ranking the top 10 IndyCar drivers of 2021

In an enthralling 2021 IndyCar campaign, the series bounced back from its COVID-19 truncated year prior and series sophomore Alex Palou defeated both the established order and his fellow young guns to clinch a maiden title. It capped a remarkable season with plenty of standout performers

How Marcus Ericsson finally unlocked his potential in IndyCar Prime

How Marcus Ericsson finally unlocked his potential in IndyCar

Marcus Ericsson enjoyed a breakout year in the IndyCar Series in 2021, winning twice and finishing sixth in points with Chip Ganassi Racing. How did he finally unlock the potential that was masked by five years of toil in Formula 1 with Caterham and Sauber/Alfa Romeo?

Remembering Dan Wheldon and his last and most amazing win Prime

Remembering Dan Wheldon and his last and most amazing win

Saturday, Oct. 16th, marks the 10th anniversary Dan Wheldon’s death. David Malsher-Lopez pays tribute, then asks Wheldon’s race engineer from 2011, Todd Malloy, to recall that magical second victory at the Indianapolis 500.

Have Harvey and RLL formed IndyCar’s next winning match-up? Prime

Have Harvey and RLL formed IndyCar’s next winning match-up?

Jack Harvey’s move to Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing sparked plenty of debate, but their combined strength could prove golden, says David Malsher-Lopez.