Takuma Sato won the Indy 500, but the story of the race was Formula One driver Fernando Racer leading much of the way. He says, he will be back.
Formula One driver Fernando Alonso has opened up this week about why he wants to race at the Indy 500 this year instead of Monaco. His decision to switch series has created enormous fan interest leading up to next week’s race.
Motorsport.com has commissioned a 3D graphic depicting the race car Fernando Alonso will drive in the Indy 500 later this month. Click it to learn more about the details of the car.
World driving champion Fernando Alonso will skip this year’s Monaco grand prix to race in the Indianapolis 500. He will be driving for Andretti Motorsports.
Velocity RPB Concept for an enclosed formula car is so good, maybe it really Should be the Future of Formula 1 race cars (w/ Video)
IndyCar will debut new bodywork and aerodynamic package starting in 2018. The new package will look like cars from the days of CART and Champ Car racing.
How do IndyCar racers stack up against Formula 1, Japanese Super Formula, World Endurance Cars, and other top-tier race cars? Find out here!
Is it a question of biofuel vs. hybrid technology, or is it something more? The Big Difference Between IndyCar And Formula 1: Money, Lots Of It!
Pole-sitter Will Power was forced to sit out the race, ruining a lot of Fantasy Racer scores and practically handing the victory to a Penske teammate.
The 2016 season of IndyCar racing is off to a bad start if you’re not a Penske fan. Will Power is on pole, but who’s behind him? Find out here.
The 2015 IndyCar Season schedule has finally been released, with races in Canada, Mexico, Brazil, and- now- New Orleans taking center stage!
The 2015 season of IndyCar racing will feature different chassis for the first time in years- here’s a sneak peek at the 2015 Penske Chevy testing at COTA!
IndyCar’s newest team is already armed with Ed Carpenter and Josef Newgarden, but now it’s adding Chevy power to the mix and aiming for the 2015 title.
The 2014 IndyCar season is over, and – after 3 runner-up finishes – Will Power, finally, is your new Verizon IndyCar series Drivers’ Champion!
For IndyCar drivers, the 2014 all comes down to tonight’s race – the season finale at Fontana that promises wild thrills. This is how they’ll all line up.
The 2014 IndyCar Grand Prix of Sonoma is in the books, and it was a thriller to the very end that left 5 drivers possibly in contention for the 2014 title!
With a dominant win at yesterday’s Wisconsin 250 at the Milwaukee Mile, Will Power has put himself in the championship lead with just 2 races to go in 2014!
Will Power drove his ethanol-fueled Penske Chevrolet faster than anyone else at yesterday’s qualifying session for today’s IndyCar race at the Milwaukee Mile, setting up the Australian for a strong finish the 2014 season that he started off with a win on the streets of St. Petersburg. “It’s just a great start to the three-race […]
IndyCar’s Davids will be teaming up next year to take on the series’ Goliaths- and the combined Carpenter/Conway/Newgarden driver line-up is up to the task!
Scott Dixon went from last to first in a wild Mid-Ohio IndyCar race that packed enough excitement to keep even casual fans riveted. Here’s the full results!