For the first time since 1979, McLaren Racing will compete as a full-time participant in IndyCar. This morning, the organization announced its plans to go all-in on American open-wheel racing for 2020 and beyond. Continue reading McLaren returning to IndyCar full-time in 2020
While it didn’t start perfectly, Miller Lite Carb Day was a success. The unofficial pre-race party for the Indianapolis 500 saw big crowds, big speeds, a thrilling finish and some great music ahead of the 103rd Running. Continue reading Carb Day recap: Kanaan leads final practice, Askew takes Freedom 100 crown
Oriol Servia is known as a nice guy in the INDYCAR paddock – but don’t take it from us, listen to the story of Robert Sergott, Erin Liuzzo and their chance encounter with the Spanish driver. Continue reading Servia’s message at 2018 Detroit GP brings couple to Indianapolis 500 in 2019
While Friday’s sessions at Circuit of the Americas were dominated by Chevrolet and Team Penske, Saturday morning’s final practice session for the IndyCar Classic session saw a change.
At the end of the 45-minute session, Alexander Rossi would be atop the charts. The Andretti Autosport driver posted a best lap time of 1m46.9148 on the 3.41-mile, 20-turn circuit. Continue reading Alexander Rossi heads final IndyCar Series practice
Despite a strong result in Sunday’s IndyCar season opener, James Hinchcliffe and his Schmidt Peterson Team wants more out of each race weekend in 2019. Continue reading Expectations on the rise for Hinchcliffe, Arrow SPM
Another busy week puts us into March and one week away from the NTT IndyCar Series season opener.
This is the last weekend of the 2018-2019 offseason. Get caught up on all the latest news and more with this week’s IndyCar Roundup. Continue reading IndyCar Round-Up for March 1
Marcus Ericsson is the latest in a long line of drivers to join the NTT IndyCar Series from Formula 1. Continue reading 2019 IndyCar Rookie Preview: Marcus Ericsson
Following an eventful off-season, the NTT IndyCar Series began their at 2019 Spring Training at Circuit of the Americas in Austin, Texas. Continue reading Recap: IndyCar Testing at Circuit of The Americas for February 12
Meyer Shank Racing confirmed their partial IndyCar Series effort for 2019. The pairing will work in continuation with their partnership with Arrow Schmidt Peterson Motorsports. Spencer Neff has more on the story. Continue reading Meyer Shank Racing, Jack Harvey announce 10-race IndyCar Series Slate
On Friday, Schmidt Peterson Motorsports announced that long-time sponsor Arrow Electronics has expanded their role with the team to become their title sponsor. Continue reading Arrow Electronics becomes title sponsor of Schmidt Peterson Motorsports