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!
Sebastien Bourdais is starting to make winning look easy again. He’s well on his way to make it 2 race weekends in a row with a Verizon P1 pole at Mid-Ohio!
Conversations about renewable energy and IndyCar tend to focus on the series’ use and endorsement, but Pocono’s masive solar farm is the real headliner!
Race 2 of the IndyCar double header in Toronto came to a close in epic fashion, but it was rookie driver Aleshin who might be the luckiest driver of all!
It’s been almost seven years since Sebastien Bourdais climbed to the top step of the podium in open-wheel competition, but he dominated the race in Toronto!
The words “embarrassing” and “fiasco” haven’t been thrown around nearly enough during NBCSN’s coverage of parked IndyCars getting rained on in Toronto.
4-time Champion Sebastien Bourdais leads the field at the start of race 1 of the Honda Indy Toronto Grand Prix. Yet again, 2014 is about proving something!
A good tire call saw Ryan Hunter-Reay and his Honda-powered Andretti Autosport racer steal the Iowa Corn 300 from Tony Kanaan with less than 2 laps to go!
Scott Dixon and Tony Kanaan made the front row of tonight’s Iowa Corn 300 an all-Ganassi affair, and the front of the field is dominated by Chevrolet power!
Juan Pablo Montoya returned to IndyCar this year after a 14-year absence from IndyCar racing saying that he wanted to win. At the 2014 Pocono 500, he did.
Juan Pablo Montoya set 1- and 2-lap records in qualifying for the 2014 Pocono 500 IndyCar race, earning his 15th career P1 and the first since his return.
The cards finally fell in favor of Ed Carpenter at last night’s Firestone 600 when he crossed the line just ahead of Will Power and Juan Pablo Montoya.
The Firestone 600 – indeed, the 2014 IndyCar championship! – is starting to look like it’s Will Power’s to lose. He’s racing strong at every race this year!