Herta and O’Ward signed to 2019 IndyCar effort with Harding Steinbrenner Racing

Harding Steinbrenner Racing

In an announcement from New York this afternoon it was confirmed that this year’s top two finishers in the Indy Lights championship, Pato O’Ward and Colton Herta, will become full-time entrants in next year’s IndyCar Series season with the newly… Continue Reading

WATKINS: Traditional television ratings can no longer be the benchmark

IndyCar at Sonoma

Imagine the year is 2018, and auto racing is struggling to keep traditional television numbers respectable amid a transforming technological world.  Same-day ratings decline gradually year-over-year, even with some of the most exciting race finishes and championship battles occurring right in… Continue Reading

Spencer Pigot to return as Ed Carpenter Racing driver in 2019

Spencer Pigot

In feel-good announcements this afternoon, Ed Carpenter Racing confirmed that Spencer Pigot will continue as the team’s full-time driver in the No. 21 Chevrolet for the 2019 season. Pigot, who turns 25 on September 29, is 13th in the Verizon… Continue Reading

Regardless of championship result, 2018 a year of success for Rossi

Alexander Rossi

While a championship is still in reach for Alexander Rossi entering this weekend’s season finale at Sonoma Raceway, the result on Sunday will pale in comparison to immense strides made by the 26-year-old American driver in 2018. In March we… Continue Reading

Indy Lights drivers Patricio O’Ward and Colton Herta join Harding Racing for Sonoma finale

Pato O'Ward Colton Herta

This morning the popular Indianapolis-based Harding Racing announced that the top two finishers in this year’s Indy Lights championship will pilot their cars in a two-car effort at the Grand Prix of Sonoma. Series champion Patricio O’Ward will drive the… Continue Reading