IndyCar

Will Power rounds IMS turn testing INDYCAR Aeroscreen
‘Spot On’ Aeroscreen Shines in First On-Track Test

Scott Dixon and Will Power were impressed by the Aeroscreen during its maiden outing at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.

Colton Herta in Harding Steinbrenner Indy car at Detroit Grand Prix
Promising Herta Gains Stability for Sophomore Season

Financial stability will join engineering strength and driver talent as characteristics of Harding Steinbrenner Racing in 2020.

Arrow McLaren Indy 500 car for Fernando Alonso
McLaren’s Hope-Inducing IndyCar Potential

Support from Arrow plus McLaren plus more new commercial partners equals a winning equation for next year’s transformation of Arrow Schmidt Peterson Motorsports.

Takuma Sato battles Marcus Ericsson in 2019 Detroit Grand Prix
Value-Adding Third Car a Goal for RLL

The concept of a third Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing entry is deeply embedded in IndyCar’s wild 2019/2020 silly season.

Alexander Rossi NAPA Andretti Indy car at 2019 Gateway race
Richmond Set for Condensed Schedule Experiment

A nighttime practice on Friday, June 26, 2020 will kick off IndyCar’s first race weekend at Richmond since 2009.

Scott Dixon races 2019 Chevrolet Detroit Grand Prix in Honda Indy car
Manufacturer Championship Undecided Heading to Laguna Seca

Chevrolet and Honda will duel for the 2019 engine manufacturer championship down to the last lap at Laguna Seca.

Marco Andretti strapped into U.S. Concrete Andretti Indy car at Texas
Spec Hybrid System Introduces New Limitation

Though some electricity seems better than none, interest from potential manufacturers may be dampened by the cost-saving nature of INDYCAR’s 2022 hybrid regulations.

Marcus Ericsson in Turn 2 of Toronto IndyCar street track
Ericsson Racing for IndyCar Future in Final 2019 Races

Marcus Ericsson has three races left to prove his abilities to the evolving Arrow SPM team before McLaren comes aboard in 2020.

Will Power with Alexander Rossi before 2019 IndyCar race at Pocono
Pocono Podium Finishers Hope to Return

After leading significant portions of IndyCar’s 2019 race at Pocono and celebrating on the podium, Will Power, Scott Dixon and Simon Pagenaud expressed their interest in returning to the venue.