On Wednesday, it was announced that Bob Jenkins and Dan Wheldon would become the 2019 inductees to the IMS Hall of Fame. Take a look back at their careers at the Speedway. Continue reading Bob Jenkins and Dan Wheldon Inducted into IMS Hall of Fame
The Indianapolis Motor Speedway revealed Thursday that this year’s Firestone Legends Day at the Indianapolis 500 will honor the 1960s. Continue reading Details for Legends Day at the Indianapolis 500 released
Cummins and the Indianapolis Motor Speedway have been connected since the beginning. Continue reading Exploring the IndyCar History of Cummins
Leaders from Cummins Inc., the Indianapolis Motor Speedway and elected officials gathered today to announce a new multi-year partnership between the two 100-year old, Indiana-based companies. Continue reading Cummins, Indianapolis Motor Speedway announce enhanced partnership
The newest addition to the NTT IndyCar Series paddock debuted last weekend. After revealing their 2019 plans in December, DragonSpeed entered the first of their five races at the Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg. Continue reading DragonSpeed Shows Progress throughout IndyCar Debut
Unlike the other drivers competing for Rookie of the Year in 2019, Patricio (Pato) O’ Ward was on the sidelines last weekend.
Thankfully, he has been able to shore things up for the rest of the season, joining Carlin Racing for a part-time schedule.
Before we discuss O’Ward’s 2019 plans, let’s take a look at his path to the NTT IndyCar Series. Continue reading 2019 IndyCar Rookie Preview: Pato O’Ward
After roaring through the field during the Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg’s early stages, all Ed Jones was left with by the end of the day was a broken finger and a 21st place finish. Continue reading Despite promising start, Jones endures harsh beginning to 2019 campaign
Despite a strong result in Sunday’s IndyCar season opener, James Hinchcliffe and his Schmidt Peterson Team wants more out of each race weekend in 2019. Continue reading Expectations on the rise for Hinchcliffe, Arrow SPM
Despite a clean set of practices and qualifying, Ryan Hunter-Reay was left with little to hang his hat on after Sunday’s Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg. Continue reading Hunter-Reay searching for luck after St. Pete letdown