Phoenix departure from INDYCAR leaves 2019 schedule in limbo

Unfortunately the inevitable has finally occurred: IndyCar will not return to the Arizona desert in 2019 and race at ISM Raceway.  The announcement was first made public by Michael Knight and confirmed by the Verizon IndyCar Series later in the afternoon. In the official statement from IndyCar, it read as follows: “IndyCar has enjoyed its time … Continue reading Phoenix departure from INDYCAR leaves 2019 schedule in limbo

INDYCAR adjusts superspeedway aerodynamic tuning options

This afternoon INDYCAR, the sanctioning body of the Verizon IndyCar Series, announced that teams will have additional tuning options at their disposal for the August event at Pocono Raceway. Following an Indianapolis 500 that produced scorching-hot temperatures and less-than-favorable passing conditions, INDYCAR and Dallara have teamed up to offer a solution to the passing woes … Continue reading INDYCAR adjusts superspeedway aerodynamic tuning options

Karam, Reinbold share unique bond in search for future plans

While results in the past few Indianapolis 500 Mile Races aren’t indicative of his team’s pace, Sage Karam believes there is a lot left to accomplished between the Nazareth, Pennsylvania native and Dreyer & Reinbold Racing. Taking in afternoon practice as an observer at Texas Motor Speedway on Friday, Karam watched longingly as his Verizon … Continue reading Karam, Reinbold share unique bond in search for future plans

Yet to lead a lap in 2018, Dixon still championship caliber

While it hasn’t been a perfect start to the 2018 Verizon IndyCar Series championship for Scott Dixon, with all things considered it has been good enough. Following Dixon’s podium finish in the Indianapolis 500 this past weekend (and his 11th career top-10 at the Indy 500), the New Zealand native has kept himself firmly in … Continue reading Yet to lead a lap in 2018, Dixon still championship caliber

Munoz again strong at Indianapolis despite quiet day

While it was maybe the quietest top-10 of Carlos Munoz’ career, the Colombian driver was part of an Andretti Autosport trio within the first seven positions after Sunday’s 102nd Indianapolis 500. After four consecutive starts of 11th or better between 2013 and 2016, Munoz has managed top-10 finishes each of the last two years despite … Continue reading Munoz again strong at Indianapolis despite quiet day

Robert Wickens shines again as Indy 500 rookie of the year

Despite the lack of pace from Schmidt Peterson Motorsports during practice and qualifications for the 102nd Indianapolis 500, Canadian driver Robert Wickens continues to shine as a freshman in the Verizon IndyCar Series. On the final restart of Sunday’s 500-mile race, Wickens was mired back in 19th place with few laps to make anything out … Continue reading Robert Wickens shines again as Indy 500 rookie of the year