Winner Ryan Hunter-Reay not phased by delayed start to Detroit’s second dual

Grandstands were packed and the grid was set at 3:50 p.m. Sunday afternoon for the start of the second Detroit race around Belle Isle. Instead, the field took another 28 minutes to get to the green flag. The pace car, driven by General Motors vice president Mark Reuss spun as it tried to lead the … Continue reading Winner Ryan Hunter-Reay not phased by delayed start to Detroit’s second dual

Andretti Autosport flexes muscle in Saturday Detroit GP race

On the heels of a strong month of May where Andretti Autosport saw each of its six cars finish the Indianapolis 500 for the first time, the Honda-powered squad was back in action on Saturday with another impressive showing. While Chip Ganassi Racing’s Scott Dixon picked up his 42nd career IndyCar win (ironically moving into … Continue reading Andretti Autosport flexes muscle in Saturday Detroit GP race

Will Power outlasts the heat, carnage for Indianapolis 500 victory

Through the heat, crashes, cautions and gamblers, Will Power was the man left standing today as he collected his first Indianapolis 500 victory in a month of May to remember. Finally breaking through after years of disappointment at the Indy 500, a normally reserved Power was exuberant in victory lane as he celebrated with his … Continue reading Will Power outlasts the heat, carnage for Indianapolis 500 victory

Power quickest in INDYCAR Grand Prix Friday practices at IMS

Practice 1 Results | Practice 2 Results | Combined Results Picking up where he left off the last time the Verizon IndyCar Series visited the Indianapolis Motor Speedway road course, Team Penske driver Will Power set the fastest lap time of both Friday practice sessions for Saturday’s INDYCAR Grand Prix.  The Australian driver set a quick time … Continue reading Power quickest in INDYCAR Grand Prix Friday practices at IMS