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Second-generation drivers become the first pair of father-son duos to enter the Canadian Motorsport Hall of Fame.
McLaren CEO Zak Brown has announced that the marque will not compete full-time in IndyCar next year but there is a chance that Fernando Alonso could race in the Indy 500 again as a one-off.
Graham Rahal says Wednesday’s six-car test at Indianapolis Motor Speedway suggests the series has made strong progress toward improving the racing on big ovals.
IMSA SportsCar Championship team Scuderia Corsa will expand to become a part-time IndyCar team in 2019, with Chip Ganassi Racing outcast Ed Jones signed to drive.
Although IndyCar’s 2018 spec Dallara aerokit came in for huge praise at most tracks, there were complaints that superspeedway racing had suffered. How big an issue was it and what are the solutions? David Malsher reports.
Kamui Kobayashi's KCMG team will pay homage to former Japanese IndyCar driver Tora Takagi in the Super Formula title decider at Suzuka later this month.
Marcus Ericsson is talking with IndyCar teams as he eyes a full-time racing campaign in the United States alongside his role as third driver for Sauber in Formula 1.
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Indy 500 winner Will Power and Monaco Grand Prix winner Daniel Ricciardo are on the eight-person shortlist of nominees for this year’s “The Don” Award, to be revealed at the Sport Australia Hall of Fame 34th Induction and Awards Gala Dinner.
Simon Pagenaud, the man who two years ago held his IndyCar rivals' feet to the flames with his pace and consistency, was M.I.A. for the majority of the 2018 season. Ben Bretzman, his race engineer at Team Penske-Chevrolet, tells David Malsher why.
Felix Rosenqvist will replace Ed Jones in Chip Ganassi Racing-Honda’s #10 IndyCar, which will again be sponsored by NTT DATA.
Joe Hogsett, Indianapolis mayor, has declared today, Monday, Sept. 24, 2018, as ‘Scott Dixon Day’, ahead of the world premiere of a documentary about the IndyCar legend.
James Hinchcliffe talks to David Malsher about a year in which Schmidt Peterson Motorsports-Honda boosted itself forward yet also suffered its most turbulent season since becoming a fulltime IndyCar squad.
Pietro Fittipaldi says that he is aiming to focus on his open-wheel racing career next season, and expects his legs to be back to full strength within the next six weeks.
Carlin Racing is expecting to add an extra fulltime entry in the 2019 IndyCar Series, and will also be returning to the Indy Lights grid next year with two cars.
George Steinbrenner IV will join forces with Harding Racing next season to run the reigning Indy Lights champion Patricio O’Ward and runner-up Colton Herta, with the team receiving Andretti Autosport technical support.