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Arguably the greatest racer in U.S. history A.J. Foyt is to be inducted into the Houston Sports Hall of Fame next February.
Josef Newgarden says that Team Penske-Chevrolet’s three-car test at Sebring this week was highly productive in advancing the squad’s 2019 IndyCar title prospects.
Chip Ganassi says Kurt Busch's arrival in his NASCAR Cup team could lead to the driver appearing in races such as the Indianapolis 500 and the Rolex 24 at Daytona.
The new-look Steinbrenner Harding Racing IndyCar team will run with Honda engines in the 2019 season.
Team Penske-Chevrolet ace and winner of the 102nd Running of the Indianapolis 500 Will Power has unveiled the image that has immortalized him on the famous Borg Warner Trophy.
Four-time Indy 500 winner Rick Mears believes Fernando Alonso will again be a front-runner in the 2019 Memorial Day Weekend classic this year, despite having to adapt to Dallara’s spec aerokit.
Supercars CEO Sean Seamer will continue talks with both IndyCar and NASCAR during a trip to the US over the Christmas period.
Marcus Ericsson impressed the Schmidt Peterson Motorsports-Honda team with his enthusiasm and professionalism at Sebring today, as the ex-Formula 1 racer completed his first ever IndyCar test.
Chevrolet and McLaren have confirmed that two-time Formula 1 world champion Fernando Alonso will be running a Chevy engine as he makes his second attempt at the Indy 500.
IndyCar legend Rick Mears says that seven-time NASCAR champion Jimmie Johnson has the talent to switch motorsport disciplines if he has the motivation – and gets enough seat time.
Gateway Motorsports Park has announced that its Bommarito Auto Group 500 IndyCar event next August will be supported by the NASCAR K&N Pro Series racing on the same day.
Santino Ferrucci will partner Sebastien Bourdais at Dale Coyne Racing next year, in the American's first full season in the IndyCar Series.
Helio Castroneves says his first full season in IMSA sportscars taught him to compromise for the sake of a co-driver and to learn the car quickly, and explains that unfamiliarity with the new IndyCar aero package probably contributed to his shunt at Indy.
Recently retired racer Danica Patrick says there was more authenticity and friendliness in NASCAR than in IndyCar, but said also she felt like she was employed as the “easy road” for NASCAR teams to gain sponsor funding.
Indy Lights champion Patricio O’Ward says that if he and the Harding Steinbrenner Racing-Chevrolet team can “put everything together” then he can be challenging for wins in his first season of IndyCar racing.