IndyCar Flashback: 1967 Indianapolis 500

The field follows a pace car during the 1967 Indianapolis 500

Back by popular demand, today we feature the third edition of our IndyCar Flashback series.  Check out our first two features on the 1986 Indianapolis 500 and the 1998 U.S. 500 to get yourself settled in for today’s look back… Continue Reading

IndyCar Round-Up for December 15, 2017

Carlin Racing drivers Charlie Kimball and Max Chilton

There have been no shortage of headlines to comb through during this long IndyCar offseason.  From the announcement of Ed Jones joining Chip Ganassi Racing to Danica Patrick’s surprise Daytona 500/Indianapolis 500 double, to the latest in 2018 universal aero… Continue Reading

Fab Five IndyCar Discussion for December 2017

Fab Five

Good morning to all and hope you have having a fine Friday.  Today we are revitalizing an old Open-Wheels.com feature called “Fab Five,” where we bring together five opinions on five topics in IndyCar and have a roundtable discussion.  Making… Continue Reading

Timing is Right for IndyCar’s Newest Teams

Jack Harvey and Michael Shank

With Carlin Racing announcing their plans to field two full-time cars in the 2018 Verizon IndyCar Series championship, a very pleasant trend is developing in IndyCar this offseason. A combination of factors and decisions by the sanctioning body has placed… Continue Reading

IndyCar Round-Up for December 8, 2017

Good morning all!  With another week of the offseason in the books, Open-Wheels is taking this opportunity to look back at some of the key headlines in IndyCar since our last IndyCar Round-Up entry in late November.  From the recently… Continue Reading

Jack Harvey, Michael Shank Racing team up with Schmidt-Peterson Racing for select 2018 IndyCar races

Jack Harvey will run four races in 2018 IndyCar season

Announced at this morning’s PRI Trade Show in Indianapolis, Jack Harvey and Michael Shank Racing will begin a multi-year partnership with Schmidt-Peterson Motorsports that will place the British driver in the IndyCar field for at least four races in 2018,… Continue Reading