Defending champion Josef Newgarden offers insight on 2018 IndyCar performance

In a grand unveiling at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit, the Verizon IndyCar Series pulled out all the stops they had in an effort to market their 2018 universal aero kit.  The new bodywork, set to debut officially in the Streets of St. Petersburg in March, has been met with rave reviews … Continue reading Defending champion Josef Newgarden offers insight on 2018 IndyCar performance

Leena Gade joins Schmidt Peterson to become first female lead engineer in IndyCar

With news breaking early in the morning, history was made today as Schmidt Peterson Motorsports announced that British racing engineer, Leena Gade, would join the organization to lead James Hinchcliffe’s No. 5 IndyCar team. The hiring makes Gade the first female lead engineer in modern INDYCAR history, joining Diane Holl as women in the sport … Continue reading Leena Gade joins Schmidt Peterson to become first female lead engineer in IndyCar

Remembering Keith Jackson and his mark on the 1975 Indianapolis 500

On Friday, January 12, the sports broadcasting world lost an industry icon as five-time National Sportswriters and Sportscasters Association sportscaster of the year Keith Jackson passed away at age 89. Jackson, who worked for ABC from 1966 to 2006, covered events from the World Series to the Olympics. Although he made his legacy as a … Continue reading Remembering Keith Jackson and his mark on the 1975 Indianapolis 500

Gabby Chaves eager to show improvement with 2018 IndyCar season

With the announcement of Harding Racing’s confirmed full-time presence on the Verizon IndyCar Series grid for 2018, Colombian driver Gabby Chaves will enjoy his second full-time IndyCar campaign next season. Chaves, 24, burst onto the scene in 2012 as a Mazda Road to Indy driver competing in the Pro Mazda championship.  Driving for JDC Motorsports, … Continue reading Gabby Chaves eager to show improvement with 2018 IndyCar season

Harding Racing confirms full-time IndyCar entry for 2018

After months of anticipation, the Indianapolis-based Harding Racing finally confirmed what had been expected by announcing their intentions to compete full-time in the Verizon IndyCar Series this morning. Harding Racing has aligned itself with some worthy talent by hiring two-time Indianapolis 500 winner Al Unser Jr. to be the driving coach for the team’s hotshoe, … Continue reading Harding Racing confirms full-time IndyCar entry for 2018

Video: IndyCar Testing from Sebring International Raceway, January 9-10

With the start of a new preseason testing period kicking off this week at Sebring International Raceway, excitement was in the south Florida air as Verizon IndyCar Series teams flocked to the historic road course for two days of on-track activity. The anticipation to see cars on-track is heightened this January as opposed to previous … Continue reading Video: IndyCar Testing from Sebring International Raceway, January 9-10

Social Media Round-Up: January 9-10 Sebring Test

January is the month the racing world flocks to the racetracks of Florida, making facilities such as Daytona International Speedway, Homestead-Miami Speedway and Sebring International Raceway their homes away from home. This week the Verizon IndyCar Series opened its preseason testing period for the 2018 season, with Andretti Autosport, Chip Ganassi Racing and Dale Conye … Continue reading Social Media Round-Up: January 9-10 Sebring Test