Circuit of the Americas completes 2019 IndyCar schedule

As expected, today INDYCAR released its 17-race slate for which the series will compete at in 2019.  New additions to the schedule include the previously-announced WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca as the season finale on September 22, as well as today’s confirmation that Circuit of the Americas will join the schedule as a March addition. Teams … Continue reading Circuit of the Americas completes 2019 IndyCar schedule

INDYCAR and Texas Motor Speedway extend partnership through 2022

After a couple month’s worth of back-and-forth in the media and multiple meetings between officials to hammer out a deal, INDYCAR and Texas Motor Speedway announced an extension that will bring open-wheel racing back to the 1.5-mile track through 2022. While track president Eddie Gossage was adamant in pursuing the weekend following the Indianapolis 500, … Continue reading INDYCAR and Texas Motor Speedway extend partnership through 2022

Indy 500 winner Power enjoys break before Road America challenge

Glitz and glamour invariably come as part of the Indianapolis 500 winner’s package, but nobody markets the grueling media obligations and three races in two weekends that follow.  Take it from this year’s winner, Team Penske’s Will Power. Power, 37, has been a passenger on the high-speed champion’s tour that kicks into high gear right … Continue reading Indy 500 winner Power enjoys break before Road America challenge

Despite tough night, Zach Veach gaining confidence after Texas

While a 16th place finish isn’t much to write home about, there were many reasons for Zach Veach to stay upbeat following Saturday’s DXC Technology 600. Entering the race weekend at Texas Motor Speedway, Veach had made 10 starts in a Verizon IndyCar Series career that remains in its infancy.  A 4th place finish at … Continue reading Despite tough night, Zach Veach gaining confidence after Texas

Hinchcliffe bounces back for much-needed Texas top-five

No driver in the Verizon IndyCar Series needed a top-five run any worse than James Hinchcliffe, and in Saturday night’s DXC Technology 600 the Canadian was able to cash in on just that. After missing the 102nd Indianapolis 500 with less-than-stellar qualifying speed, things had been looking bleak recently for the seasoned Hinchcliffe. In race … Continue reading Hinchcliffe bounces back for much-needed Texas top-five

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

Wickens, Kanaan Top First Texas Practice

Practice 1 Results One of the wildest weekends on the Verizon IndyCar Series Calendar began on Friday. Teams began preparation for Saturday night’s DXC Technology 600 with a 90-minute practice session. When all was said and done, Schmidt Peterson Motorsports’ Robert Wickens  and A.J. Foyt Racing’s Tony Kanaan came out on top. Wickens, the Sunoco Rookie of … Continue reading Wickens, Kanaan Top First Texas Practice