Marco Andretti will honor his grandfather, Mario, in 2019 with a livery that pays tribute to the family’s first and only Indianapolis 500 win from 1969. Marco’s No. 98 Honda will bring day-glow red back to the Speedway this May. Continue reading Andretti’s ride to honor grandfather’s 1969 Indianapolis victory
When examining Scott Dixon’s IndyCar career, it is almost easier to find what he hasn’t accomplished.
2018’s list of on-track successes included passing Michael Andretti for third on the all-time win list and joining A.J. Foyt as the only drivers to win at least five championships.
This year, the NTT IndyCar Series’ most decorated driver had one thing on his mind, earn consecutive titles. Continue reading Consistency, title defense fuel Dixon’s 2019 start
Chris Windom will return to Belardi Auto Racing partnered with Jonathan Byrd’s Racing to run in the 17th annual Freedom 100 at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway on May 24. Windom will be piloting the No. 17 Belardi Auto Racing/ Byrd Racing, NOS Energy Drink sponsored Dallara in the Indy Lights Presented by Cooper Tires series. Continue reading Chris Windom returns to Belardi for Freedom 100 bid
LONG BEACH, Calif – After the pomp and circumstance that comes with the weekend festivities at the Acura Grand Prix of Long Beach, race day arrived and provided an exciting afternoon of NTT Data IndyCar Series action. The front row saw last year’s Long Beach winner Alexander Rossi lined up alongside the defending series champion … Continue reading Alexander Rossi wins from pole in Long Beach
Happy Race Day, everyone. Today, the NTT IndyCar Series will take to the streets of Long Beach for the 36th time.
The Acura Grand Prix of Long Beach will be the fourth of 17 races this year and the second on a temporary street course. This race will see 23 drivers run a scheduled 85 laps around the 1.968-mile, 11-turn course. Continue reading Race Preview: Acura Grand Prix of Long Beach
Final warm up from the Acura Grand Prix of Long Beach took place on a sunny Sunday morning. The session saw some new names at the top as the teams worked on pit stops and push to pass strategy. Colton Herta in his Harding Steinbrenner Honda-powered car led the way at the conclusion of the thirty-minute session. Continue reading Rookie Herta quickest in final Long Beach warm-up
McLaren CEO Zak Brown held a press conference today from the Acura Grand Prix of Long Beach to shed some light on the marques upcoming Indy 500 effort with driver Fernando Alonso making his second attempt at the Brickyard. Continue reading McLaren CEO Zak Brown sheds light on IndyCar plans
The 23-car grid for the Acura Grand Prix of Long Beach was set after Saturday afternoon’s qualifying session. Group qualifying would whittle the field down from 23 drivers to 12. Session 2 would see the top 6 drivers advance to the Firestone Fast Six and once the checkered flag flew on the final qualifying session, 2018 Long Beach winner Alexander Rossi emerged as the pole sitter for tomorrow’s race. Continue reading Alexander Rossi snatches pole for the Acura Grand Prix of Long Beach
Practice three from the Acura Grand Prix of Long Beach saw some new faces at the top of the timesheets. All weekend long, Andretti Autosports’ Ryan Hunter-Reay and Chip Ganassi Racing’s Scott Dixon have been trading P1 and P2 during practice. However this morning’s session featured last year’s Long Beach winner Alexander Rossi at the top. Continue reading Rossi and Rahal lead the way after third Long Beach practice