This year’s race at Road America gets close to IndyCar’s traditional weekend schedule, suggesting “normal” might not be too far off.
Some things anchor us to the past and show us a window into the future. The Indianapolis 500 is one such thing, and it’s just what we need.
Two doubleheader events in six days impacted teams and drivers but on-track action remained intense despite the hectic pace.
It’s not easy to agree on what makes a good race, but comparing passes per mile provides insight as the Aeroscreen era marches on.
The temporary street circuit in Florida will host the conclusion of IndyCar’s heavily revised 2020 season.
Reduced from approximately 600 kilometers to 300 miles, a race without fans at Texas Motor Speedway will kickstart the 2020 season.
INDYCAR’s reactions to contend with the upheaval of its 2020 season highlight changes and a newfound inventiveness that could last for years to come.
Several factors about the transformation of Arrow SPM into Arrow McLaren SP cast doubt over the possibility of immediate success for McLaren’s foray into IndyCar.
James Hinchcliffe joins Marcus Ericsson and Jack Harvey in moving on from Arrow SPM to something potentially better in 2020.