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.
Doubleheaders at Iowa and Laguna Seca plus a second race on the IMS road course in October bring IndyCar’s 2020 race count to 15.
Scott Dixon and Will Power were impressed by the Aeroscreen during its maiden outing at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
The concept of a third Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing entry is deeply embedded in IndyCar’s wild 2019/2020 silly season.
Chevrolet and Honda will duel for the 2019 engine manufacturer championship down to the last lap at Laguna Seca.
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.
Arrow McLaren Racing SP will field two full-time IndyCar entries in 2020 with Chevrolet power.
Hybrid technology will pair with updated internal combustion engines for the 2022 NTT IndyCar Series season and beyond.