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Josef Newgarden has drawn parallels between his own career and that of IndyCar's newest youngest-ever race winner Colton Herta, following Herta's Circuit of the Americas triumph.
Colton Herta – IndyCar’s newest winner and the youngest in Indy car history – has pledged to go for a second triumph at Barber Motorsports Park after his Circuit of the Americas success.
Colton Herta, aged 18 years, 11 months and 25 days, became the youngest ever winner of an Indy car race at the Circuit of the Americas, as strong pace and perfect strategy allowed him to benefit from misfortune for Will Power and Alexander Rossi.
2018 Indy Lights champion Patricio O’Ward, who will start his first IndyCar race of the season from eighth, says he’s proud of the achievement considering this weekend was the first time he’s driven an IndyCar at Circuit of The Americas.
Team Penske-Chevrolet’s Will Power grabbed pole for the inaugural IndyCar Classic at the Circuit of The Americas, beating Andretti Autosport-Honda’s Alexander Rossi and Ryan Hunter-Reay.
Alexander Rossi sent Andretti Autosport-Honda to the top of the times in the third full practice session for tomorrow’s inaugural NTT IndyCar Series race at Circuit of The Americas, but Arrow Schmidt Peterson Motorsports rookie Marcus Ericsson struck the tire barrier exiting Turn 19.
Ricardo Juncos says that this weekend’s Circuit of The Americas race remains his team’s only confirmed IndyCar event, although he has potential sponsorship deals for at least three more races, while he also continues the search for a second IMSA full-timer.
Will Power and Felix Rosenqvist, the fastest drivers in practice at Circuit of The Americas, say that uncertainty over tire degradation should make IndyCar’s inaugural race at the Texan track an exciting one.
Ahead of this weekend’s IndyCar Classic, the series’ first race at Circuit of The Americas, series officials have decided to allow drivers to use the run-off area exiting Turn 19 in order to reduce track limits controversies.
Will Power kept Team Penske-Chevrolet on top of the IndyCar leaderboard at Circuit of The Americas with the fastest time of the weekend in second practice.
Team Penske-Chevrolet’s Josef Newgarden topped opening practice for the IndyCar Classic at Circuit of The Americas, but Colton Herta’s Harding Steinbrenner Racing blew a Honda engine that cost the field 15 minutes of track time.
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IndyCar driver Ed Jones has been cleared to contest this weekend's race at the Circuit of the Americas after breaking his hand in the season opener at St Petersburg.
This weekend the NTT IndyCar Series will race at Circuit of The Americas for the first time, supported by Indy Lights, Stadium SuperTrucks and the Global MX-5 Cup. Here’s what’s on, when it’s on, and how to watch it.
Two-time Indy 500 winner and 2005 IndyCar champion Dan Wheldon will be inducted into the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Hall of Fame this May, along with radio and TV commentator and IMS public address announcer Bob Jenkins.
Learning a 20-turn track is challenging for racecar drivers, but spare a thought for those who have to make their cars fast through all those corners. Arrow Schmidt Peterson Motorsports race engineers Blair Perschbacher and Will Anderson explain to David Malsher how they prepared for this weekend’s race at Circuit of The Americas.
Danica Patrick will become a studio analyst for NBC Sports’ inaugural coverage of the Indianapolis 500, it was announced today.
Fernando Alonso, who in May will make his second attempt at the Indianapolis 500, will have his first run in IndyCar’s spec Dallara aerokit at Texas Motor Speedway next month.
Jordan King says his priority remains a full-time IndyCar deal, despite his World Endurance Championship programme and recent return to Formula 2 with MP Motorsport in testing.
NTT IndyCar Series rookie Colton Herta says his drive in the season-opening St Petersburg race should have been a top five or even a podium finish if he had avoided a crucial error and/or hadn’t been disqualified from the Firestone Fast Six.
Promoted: Although the result of the NTT IndyCar Series’ season-opening round wasn’t what the team craved, the potential shown and the ability to deal with imperfect circumstances provided hope for James Hinchcliffe, Marcus Ericsson and the Arrow Schmidt Peterson Motorsports team.
Felix Rosenqvist, who finished fourth in his first ever NTT IndyCar Series event, has revealed that in the second half of the St. Petersburg race he had a trapped nerve that forced him to drive one-handed.