Indy 500 winner Power enjoys break before Road America challenge

Glitz and glamour invariably come as part of the Indianapolis 500 winner’s package, but nobody markets the grueling media obligations and three races in two weekends that follow.  Take it from this year’s winner, Team Penske’s Will Power. Power, 37, has been a passenger on the high-speed champion’s tour that kicks into high gear right … Continue reading Indy 500 winner Power enjoys break before Road America challenge

Hinchcliffe bounces back for much-needed Texas top-five

No driver in the Verizon IndyCar Series needed a top-five run any worse than James Hinchcliffe, and in Saturday night’s DXC Technology 600 the Canadian was able to cash in on just that. After missing the 102nd Indianapolis 500 with less-than-stellar qualifying speed, things had been looking bleak recently for the seasoned Hinchcliffe. In race … Continue reading Hinchcliffe bounces back for much-needed Texas top-five

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