The second practice session from a crowded Friday at the Acura Grand Prix of Long Beach went green at 2:00 PM local time. The first session earlier in the day saw Ryan Hunter-Reay lead the way followed very closely by Scott Dixon. Practice 2 would see the two switch places as Scott Dixon led the way for Chip Ganassi Racing. Continue reading Dixon quickest in second practice from Long Beach
The newly-minted Acura Grand Prix of Long Beach saw its first IndyCar track action of the weekend with Practice 1. Under the typically perfect weather that Southern California has to offer, Honda power took the top seven spots of the session. Continue reading Hunter-Reay fastest after first practice in Long Beach
In anticipation for this weekend’s Acura Grand Prix of Long Beach, Spencer Neff details the 1996 Long Beach race in the latest IndyCar Flashback. Continue reading IndyCar Flashback: 1996 Grand Prix of Long Beach
He’s been close, but so far, Simon Pagenaud has been left wanting more out of his 2019 results. With Long Beach this weekend – and the month of May looming – now is the time for a breakthrough for the Team Penske driver. Continue reading Simon Pagenaud ready for breakthrough at Long Beach
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 longest-running street course race on the NTT IndyCar Series calendar announced a new title sponsor on Tuesday. American Honda Motor Company, based in nearby Torrance, California will take over title sponsorship with the company’s Acura brand holding official naming rights. Continue reading Acura Named Title Sponsor for Grand Prix of Long Beach