Dale Coyne Racing announces partnership with Jimmy Vasser and James Sullivan

In a press release from Dale Coyne Racing, the Honda-powered team announced a slight name change for their No. 18 car driven by Sebastien Bourdais.  Now known as Dale Coyne Racing with Vasser-Sullivan, former KVSH Racing partners Jimmy Vasser and James Sullivan have joined the Dale Coyne Racing efforts for the 2018 season. The trio … Continue reading Dale Coyne Racing announces partnership with Jimmy Vasser and James Sullivan

Herta, Steinbrenner IV aim high for 2018 and beyond

The youth movement in American open-wheel racing is well underway. With a mass of positive momentum moving American open-wheel racing in the right direction, the nation’s youngest and most daring stars fuel the train that pulls everyone forward.  Nashville, Tennessee’s own Josef Newgarden is IndyCar’s reigning champion at 26 years old, and drivers Alexander Rossi … Continue reading Herta, Steinbrenner IV aim high for 2018 and beyond

INDYCAR set to debut windscreen on-track February 8 at ISM Raceway

In an announcement made by INDYCAR this afternoon, the sanctioning body confirmed plans to test the first on-track prototype of a windscreen at ISM Raceway on February 8. First in line to test the windscreen prototype, Scott Dixon will have the transparent protection device fitted to his Chip Ganassi Racing machine for a series of … Continue reading INDYCAR set to debut windscreen on-track February 8 at ISM Raceway

INDYCAR appoints Darren Sansum as director of engine development

In a press release from INDYCAR, the sanctioning body announced the hiring of former Toyota Racing Development lead engineer Darren Sansum to lead the Verizon IndyCar Series’ engine development program. As the new managing director of engine development, Sansum will lead the charge in a hunt for INDYCAR’s new engine formula being explored for either … Continue reading INDYCAR appoints Darren Sansum as director of engine development

Vintage Indy Registry Brings History to Life in 2018

While IndyCar remains one of the few motorsport disciplines that continues forward with positive momentum, interest in vintage racing automobiles is rising as well.  Pairing those two together would seem like a successful combination, and that is exactly what the Vintage Indy Registry has been able to accomplish. Self-titled the “Home of Vintage Indy Cars,” … Continue reading Vintage Indy Registry Brings History to Life in 2018

Social Media Round-Up: January 24-25 Sebring IndyCar Test

Excitement has been renewed as teams are back at the historical Florida racing facility, Sebring International Raceway, for a full day of testing activities ahead of the season opener in March.  With Sebring’s rough and tough surface, the track is the closest testing representation of a street circuit and series participants are pushing hard to … Continue reading Social Media Round-Up: January 24-25 Sebring IndyCar Test