Danica Patrick and Ed Carpenter Racing team up for 102nd Indianapolis 500 drive

In a formal announcement made this morning, Ed Carpenter Racing confirmed that Danica Patrick will join the team for May’s 102nd Running of the Indianapolis 500. Patrick, 35, joins the Indianapolis-based team after six years and 190 starts in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series (with Stewart-Haas Racing) where she recorded seven top-10 finishes, 1 … Continue reading Danica Patrick and Ed Carpenter Racing team up for 102nd Indianapolis 500 drive

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

Michael Andretti and Takuma Sato receive “Baby Borg” trophies in Detroit

This week’s North American International Auto Show in Detroit has been highlighted by some fun events that shift focus towards the Verizon IndyCar Series upcoming season. Wednesday night, there was a brief amount of time spent in Detroit to celebrate an annual offseason highlight. Defending Indianapolis 500-winning driver Takuma Sato and winning car owner Michael … Continue reading Michael Andretti and Takuma Sato receive “Baby Borg” trophies in Detroit

Nicole Briscoe returns to Indianapolis 500 telecast as race host

On Wednesday night, a name familiar to the IndyCar community found her place within the Indianapolis Motor Speedway pagoda once again. Nicole Briscoe was named host of the ABC’s coverage of the Indianapolis 500 in 2018, with the race’s 102nd running commencing on Sunday, May 27. Briscoe will be host the network’s pre-race coverage and … Continue reading Nicole Briscoe returns to Indianapolis 500 telecast as race host

Munoz Poised for Success in Andretti Homecoming

When Carlos Munoz was announced as a sixth Andretti Autosport driver for the 2018 Indianapolis 500, the response from fans was generally positive.  The only place where you could find more optimism was speaking with Munoz himself. In reuniting with Andretti Autosport for an Indianapolis one-off, the Colombian driver makes the most of an unfortunate … Continue reading Munoz Poised for Success in Andretti Homecoming