Latest news on Iowa Speedway
Young Canadian driver Raphael Lessard finished ninth at Iowa Speedway in first race driving for DGR-Crosley in the Gander Outdoors NASCAR Truck Series.
Gander Outdoors NASCAR Truck Series title contender Johnny Sauter faces a possible suspension following his actions in Sunday’s race at Iowa.
Another one of Toyota Racing Development’s NASCAR prospects, Chandler Smith, will make his Truck Series debut at Iowa.
Christopher Bell prevailed for his third consecutive NASCAR Xfinity Series win in a wild finish at Iowa Speedway.
For a driver who was concerned about not winning enough earlier in the season, Christopher Bell has sure turned the corner.
Pete Shepherd III will be making his NASCAR Xfinity Series debut this weekend at Iowa Speedway in the U.S. Cellular 250 Presented by The Rasmussen Group for JP Motorsports.
Max Tullman will compete in at least three NASCAR Xfinity Series races this season, beginning with Saturday’s U.S. Cellular 250 at Iowa Speedway.
Kyle Benjamin returns to series driving for Hattori Racing Enterprises and Japanese student-led pit crew before next weekend at Iowa.
Spencer Pigot, who became Ed Carpenter Racing’s full-time driver this year, says that scoring his first podium in the IndyCar Series was a relief and was simply the result of a strong car and a day where “everything went right.”
James Hinchcliffe scored his and Schmidt Peterson Motorsports-Honda’s first win of 2018 at Iowa Speedway, while Josef Newgarden, who led 229 laps, lost second place when he pitted under the final caution which never lifted before the checkers.
Andretti Autosport’s Pato O’Ward led flag-to-flag in Iowa’s Indy Lights race, while the race-long battle behind between teammate Colton Herta and Belardi Auto Racing’s Santi Urrutia was what kept the crowd’s attention.
Polesitter Sheldon Creed lost his mojo in the early stages of the ARCA race at Iowa Speedway, but he never lost touch with the leaders and in the final third of the race he charged to the front and stayed there.
The top five drivers in the IndyCar championship filled the top five spots in final practice for the Iowa Corn 300, as drivers ran in traffic, but Simon Pagenaud suffered the third Chevrolet failure in just two weeks.
Will Power has endorsed IndyCar’s 2018 aero package at Iowa Speedway, saying that the cars are much harder to drive than in previous years – adding that’s the way it should be.
Josef Newgarden led Team Penske-Chevrolet teammate Will Power in opening practice for Sunday’s Iowa Corn 300, as Matheus Leist suffered a mild shunt in his AJ Foyt Racing entry.
The sub-one-mile Iowa Speedway offers a unique challenge in the context of the other races on the IndyCar calendar, but what makes it even more demanding is its own evolution, as race engineer Ray Gosselin explains.
Justin Allgaier held back a charging Christopher Bell in the final laps to earn his seventh career NASCAR Xfinity Series victory at Iowa Speedway.
Brett Moffitt knows he drives for a small NASCAR team but he also believes it’s the best.
Brett Moffitt held of a last-lap charge by Noah Gragson to pick up his second win of the season and first in his home state in wild finish for the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series at Iowa Speedway.
The NASCAR Xfinity Series heads to Iowa Speedway for a rare standalone race weekend with the Camping World Truck Series.
Ryan Preece turned opportunity into victory Saturday at Iowa Speedway.
Brett Moffitt returns to action with GMS Racing at Iowa Speedway next weekend.
Team Penske-Chevrolet race engineer Jonathan Diuguid says Helio Castroneves is more than capable of winning the Verizon IndyCar Series title for the first time, in what is rumored to be his final full season in open-wheel racing.
Team Penske icon Helio Castroneves took the lead in the opening stint of the Iowa Corn 300, and held on to score his first win since Detroit 2014, and Penske’s first ever IndyCar win at Iowa Speedway.
Matheus Leist scored his third victory in four Indy Lights races at Iowa to pare down his championship deficit to 13 points behind Kyle Kaiser, who could only salvage fifth.
Oliver Askew converted his pole position into a flawless drive to victory for Cape Motorsports to score his sixth victory of the season, but title rival Rinus VeeKay reduced the damage in the points chase by taking second.
Colton Herta put Andretti Steinbrenner Racing on pole at Iowa Speedway, outpacing Carlin Racing’s Zachary Claman De Melo by just under 0.4mph.
Defending racewinner Josef Newgarden proved he hadn’t lost his Iowa Speedway setup knowledge despite his offseason move to Team Penske, as he topped the 75-minute opening practice session.
One week after coming within arm's reach of his first-career NASCAR Xfinity Series victory, William Byron claimed the checkered flag at Iowa Speedway.
The NASCAR Xfinity Series makes its first of two stops this season at Iowa Speedway on Saturday night for the American Ethanol E15 150, the series’ 14th race of the 2017 season.
John Hunter Nemechek was not going to be denied.
The NASCAR Camping World Trucks Series returns to action on Friday night at Iowa Speedway for the M&Ms 200, the series’ ninth race of the 2017 season.
Three-time ARCA Midwest Tour champ and NASCAR Next driver Ty Majeski will revive the No. 60 Roush Fenway Racing Ford this weekend in the Xfinity Series race at Iowa Speedway.
Former racers Tommy Ellis and Robert Huffman help prepare Ford F-150s for Austin Cindric and Chase Briscoe and their ability to relate to what a driver needs is making a difference for their young drivers.
Will Power and Scott Dixon, beaten into second and third positions in today’s Iowa Corn 300, said they were happy with podium finishes but said they had no chance of beating Ed Carpenter Racing’s Josef Newgarden.
Chip Ganassi Racing, Ed Carpenter Racing and Team Penske led the IndyCar field in evening practice at Iowa Speedway as the drivers tried their race setups.
Qualifying Saturday for the Iowa Corn 300 Verizon IndyCar Series event on the 0.894-mile Iowa Speedway
Iowa Speedway president Jimmy Small and IndyCar president of competition Jay Frye have confirmed the Iowa Corn 300 for at least two more seasons.
JR Hildebrand stood in for him at today’s Iowa Speedway test, but Josef Newgarden has confirmed that he will be racing the #21 Ed Carpenter Racing entry at next week’s Iowa Corn 300.
Now that’s a welcome back party.
Most of Ben Kennedy’s NASCAR experience of late has come in the Camping World Truck Series but this weekend at Iowa Speedway, he appears most comfortable in a car.
For a rookie, William Byron is looking more and more like a pro.
Second-generation NASCAR racer will drive the No. 1 Yazaki Toyota Camry
Ryan Hunter-Reay won for the first time this year at Iowa Speedway, going back-to-back in that race.