Tyler Reddick closed the best month of his career with an overtime win Sunday on the road course at Indy to give him two victories in the last five Cup races.
IBJ Podcast: Rahal, Frye on why race teams are investing now
Guest host Mickey Shuey talks with IBJ reporter Daniel Bradley about several expansion projects and then interviews team owner Bobby Rahal and IndyCar’s Jay Frye about the state of racing.Read More
Indianapolis to host IMSA event for first time since 2014
The International Motor Sports Association said it also plans to return to the track in 2024 and 2025 for longer endurance races.Read More
Swedish driver Ericsson gives Ganassi another Indy 500 win
Ericsson took control of Sunday’s race late and had it under control for Chip Ganassi Racing until a crash by teammate Jimmie Johnson with four laps remaining brought out a rare red-flag stoppage at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.Read More
With Indianapolis 500 at full throttle, business is booming again
Locals don’t need studies to reinforce what they already know—this month is revving up to be the best fiscal May since the 100th running of the race in 2016.Read More
Sports are most interesting when you witness things unexpected or rarely seen, and do you realize how many of those just happened?
IBJ reporter Mickey Shuey roamed the grounds of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway on Sunday, shooting photos of the Snake Pit, the fans, the race and more.
Roger Penske signed the extension with Shell-Pennzoil on Thursday that covers Team Penske, IndyCar, Indianapolis Motor Speedway and most of Penske’s portfolio.
Roger Penske will at last be able to open the Indianapolis Motor Speedway to a capacity crowd this Sunday for his first true Indianapolis 500 since buying the property in 2020.
The horsepower boost that produced record speeds in qualifying went away Monday when teams swapped their engines for the power plants that will be used in Sunday’s race.
The acquisition across from the Indianapolis Motor Speedway’s main entrance on 16th Street gives track officials a large swath of contiguous land for reimagining the corridor.
In this week’s podcast, host Mason King talks with Boles about what his daily life is like in May, why he calls race fans every day on his drive home from work and what’s ahead for the hundreds of acres of undeveloped land IMS owns.
Dixon turned four laps on Sunday at an average of 234.046 mph around Indianapolis Motor Speedway. His average broke Scott Brayton’s pole-winning record set in 1996 of 233.718 mph.
Penske Entertainment is nearly two years into its formal effort to promote diversity at the Speedway and in open-wheel racing. Experts and advocates say firm has made significant progress, but there’s still much more to do.
It was a good day for Honda, which has been beaten by Chevrolet in four of five races so far this IndyCar season. Ten Honda drivers cracked the top 12 on Tuesday.
Herta picked up his first win of the IndyCar season on Saturday with an entertaining drive through the rain on the road course inside Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Now it’s time for the main event, the Indianapolis 500
IndyCar officials will spend the next few days collecting information and gathering advice about improving aeroscreen visibility for races held in the rain.
The lounge is part of a larger agreement between the gambling company and Indianapolis Motor Speedway that makes Caesars the official sports betting partner of the racetrack and the Indy 500.
The museum’s latest exhibit spans 1960 to 1972, when car designs changed radically, international drivers made a big impression, and the race arrived on television sets across the United States.
The deal includes a title sponsorship for the July 30 IndyCar Series race as well as naming rights for the pavilion space at the racetrack’s Pagoda Plaza.
The executive chefs at Second Helpings and Wheeler Mission Ministries will receive star treatment at Indianapolis Motor Speedway event.
McMillian, who took a pay cut to move from a prominent law firm to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, talks in this episode about the struggles that Black men have in opening themselves up to mentorship, the importance of fathers in raising children, the need to find happiness in work and at home and the hard work of corporate diversity and inclusion efforts.
Roger Penske has tweaked qualifying for next month’s Indianapolis 500 to add a shootout that will determine the first four starting rows for “The Greatest Spectacle in Racing.”