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Detroit (2018)

31 May - 03 Jun
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Rossi's hard lessons learned in Detroit

If Alexander Rossi misses this year's title by fewer than 22 points, he'll rue his Motown mistake, but the racer's misjudgment was no worse than that of his critics, whose misguided antagonism emerged in full flow, writes David Malsher.

Rossi admits Detroit error but “conceding a win isn’t going to happen”

Alexander Rossi says that the mistake that cost him a near-certain second place in the Detroit GP’s second race lay with his own driving, but that he was never going to just move over and let teammate Ryan Hunter-Reay past.

Pigot says Ferrucci showed lack of respect on IndyCar debut

Ed Carpenter Racing's Spencer Pigot says IndyCar debutant and Haas Formula 1 junior Santino Ferrucci caused a "silly" crash at Detroit that did not show respect for full-time drivers.

Hunter-Reay: “I’m absolutely going for this championship”

Ryan Hunter-Reay, whose win in Detroit has elevated him to fourth in the IndyCar championship standings, says the #28 Andretti Autosport team is committed to trying to win a second title.

Detroit IndyCar: Hunter-Reay wins Race 2 after Rossi error

Ryan Hunter-Reay scored his first IndyCar victory in almost three years in Race 2 at Dertroit, after long-time leader and Andretti Autosport teammate Alexander Rossi skidded down an escape road.

Pace car crash delays Detroit IndyCar race

GM leader Mark Reuss shunted the Chevrolet Corvette on the parade lap for the second IndyCar race at the Detroit Grand Prix, bringing the field of racecars to a halt.

Detroit IndyCar: Rossi takes pole for Race 2 in wet qualifying

Alexander Rossi scored his third IndyCar pole with a perfect performance in the wet qualifying session for Race 2 at Belle Isle, eclipsing nearest rival Robert Wickens by 0.3sec.

Hunter-Reay, Rossi praise Dixon for matching Andretti win tally

Ryan Hunter-Reay and Alexander Rossi have lauded today’s IndyCar winner at Detroit, Scott Dixon, for matching Michael Andretti in the all-time winner list with 42 victories.

Dixon backs Race Control over yellow restraint

Scott Dixon, who drove a flawless race to victory in the first half of this weekend's Detroit double-header, paid tribute to HPD and also the fact that IndyCar Race Control didn’t immediately throw a yellow for a stranded car.

Detroit IndyCar: Dixon scores 42nd victory, defeats Andretti trio

Chip Ganassi Racing’s Scott Dixon took a commanding victory at Belle Isle to defeat three Andretti Autosport-Hondas, as last year’s Detroit double-header dominator Graham Rahal crashed out.

Detroit IndyCar: Andretti takes brilliant pole for Race 1

Marco Andretti took his first pole position in almost five years, when he emerged from Group 2 of qualifying with a time almost half a second quicker than his closest opposition.

Detroit IndyCar: Hunter-Reay tops FP2, King shunts hard

Ryan Hunter-Reay put Andretti Autosport and Honda on top in the last practice before tomorrow morning’s qualifying for the first race around Belle Isle, but Jordan King crunched his Ed Carpenter Racing-Chevrolet hard into the Turn 11 wall.