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
British driver Jordan King will get his first shot at the Indianapolis 500 next May driving for the Honda-powered Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing organization. Continue reading Jordan King to join Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing for 2019 Indianapolis 500
One of the longest-lasting sponsor and team relationships in the IndyCar Series has come to an end as Ed Carpenter Racing and Fuzzy’s Vodka have parted ways following a seven-year run. Continue reading Ed Carpenter Racing and Fuzzy’s Vodka partnership ends after seven years
On Wednesday morning, Scuderia Corsa ramped up their IndyCar Series efforts. The team announced a partnership with Ed Carpenter Racing to field Ed Jones for 13 races in 2019. Jones will run the road and street course races in the No. 20 Dallara-Chevrolet entry. The 2017 Sunoco Rookie of the Year will also run the … Continue reading Scuderia Corsa: A Brief History
Ed Carpenter Racing and Scuderia Corsa are teaming up to bring Ed Jones to the Chevrolet-backed team for all road and street course races in 2019, plus the Indianapolis 500. Continue reading Ed Jones joins Ed Carpenter Racing in partnership with Scuderia Corsa
After an 11-race run together during this year’s Verizon IndyCar Series season, Ed Carpenter Racing and Jordan King will not run in tandem for the 2019 season. Continue reading Jordan King and Ed Carpenter Racing part ways for 2019
In feel-good announcements this afternoon, Ed Carpenter Racing confirmed that Spencer Pigot will continue as the team’s full-time driver in the No. 21 Chevrolet for the 2019 season. Pigot, who turns 25 on September 29, is 13th in the Verizon IndyCar Series championship. In 2018 he picked up his first career podium by finishing runner-up … Continue reading Spencer Pigot to return as Ed Carpenter Racing driver in 2019
First Practice Results Picking up where he left off back in 2007, Dale Coyne Racing’s Sebastien Bourdais was quickest in Friday morning’s practice at Portland International Raceway. With a best lap of 57.3975s, Bourdais just barely edged fellow Honda driver Scott Dixon (56.4221s) on the timesheets. Dixon was quickest in Thursday testing at the 1.964-mile … Continue reading Bourdais paces opening practice at Portland GP
Qualifying Results for the Honda Indy Toronto In a frantic Firestone Fast Six that saw the top spot change hands several times, it was defending race winner Josef Newgarden left standing as he took pole for tomorrow afternoon’s race. With rain sprinkles adding an extra dimension of challenge for the final six drivers, the name … Continue reading Josef Newgarden steals pole for Honda Indy Toronto