Will Power outlasted the dramatic twists and turns of Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg qualifying to grab pole position for Sunday’s race. Continue reading Will Power wins chaotic qualifying session on streets of St. Petersburg
Following Tuesday’s announcement of a new INDYCAR safety feature, drivers across the NTT IndyCar Series paddock weighed in with their opinions on what is largely considered a first step towards more definitive safety measures. Continue reading INDYCAR drivers share thoughts on new cockpit safety feature
Another busy week of off-season news has come and passed for IndyCar.
With an open test at WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca scheduled for Friday, news from all aspects of the NTT IndyCar Series has been unearthed.
Get ready for Friday’s on-track action with this week’s IndyCar Roundup. Continue reading IndyCar Round-Up for February 8
The jury had been out on the number of races that IndyCar Series veteran Charlie Kimball would be employed for as a driver for Carlin in 2019. Today the wait has come to an end as the California native confirmed he would appear in five rounds of this year’s NTT IndyCar Series championship. Continue reading Kimball to compete in five races during 2019 INDYCAR season with Carlin
Catch up on all the latest IndyCar news with this week’s IndyCar Roundup from Spencer Neff and Tanner Watkins. Continue reading IndyCar Roundup for January 25
On Monday, Carlin confirmed that driver Max Chilton and his sponsor Gallagher will return to compete full-time in the 2019 NTT IndyCar Series championship. Continue reading Carlin confirms Chilton for full season program in 2019
Today we move onto our second installment of Open-Wheels’ 2018 team reviews, this time taking a look at Carlin’s freshman season in IndyCar. Moving straight into full-time competition after years spent in the Mazda Road to Indy, it was a challenging season for Carlin that will offer more hope in the future. Growing Pains After … Continue reading 2018 in Review: Carlin
Weekend Practice Results While morning practice before qualifying normally doesn’t have much bearing on race results, the hometown crowd at Mid-Ohio was pleased to see Ohio native Graham Rahal at the top of the timesheets in Honda Indy 200 final practice. Rahal cranked off a lap of 1m5.2067s that edged out a pair of Team … Continue reading Rahal leads final practice at Mid-Ohio
Practice times from Session One It wasn’t your typical Friday morning IndyCar practice at the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course as three red flag periods plagued the 45-minute session. In the end, it was Dale Coyne Racing’s Sebastien Bourdais pacing the field in his vibrant yellow and black SealMaster Honda. The practice started slow with only … Continue reading Bourdais paces hectic Honda Indy 200 first practice at Mid-Ohio
The six-month offseason of the Verizon IndyCar Series became 0ne of transition for many in the paddock. One driver who experienced this trend is Charlie Kimball. After seven seasons at Chip Ganassi Racing, Kimball and Ganassi teammate Max Chilton joined forces again when Carlin Racing announced its entry into the series. The start of the season … Continue reading Kimball making strides in 2018