Penske shares thoughts on having to postpone Indy 500
In a wide-ranging interview, Roger Penske insisted his commitment remains steadfast to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway and the IndyCar Series as the world waits for the pandemic to end.Read More
NASCAR suspends season until May but will reschedule events
The decision came after at least two Monday conference calls between the sanctioning body and its team owners. It affects seven total races.Read More
Penske’s deal to acquire Indianapolis Motor Speedway, IndyCar draws landslide of praise
A deal that will make Penske Corp. the owner of Indianapolis Motor Speedway and the IndyCar Series received overwhelmingly positive reactions from motorsports insiders on Monday morning.Read More
Preliminary plans by an IndyCar racing team and a vehicle engineering company could lead to the first development in Zionsville’s Creekside Corporate Park in years.
Fernando Alonso will again attempt to complete motorsports’ Triple Crown with a return to the Indianapolis 500 in May with McLaren and a sponsorship from Ruoff Mortgage.
Former IndyCar driver Sarah Fisher and husband/business partner Andy O’Gara, who opened Speedway Indoor Karting nearly four years ago, plan to open a second karting facility next door to Daytona International Speedway, they announced Wednesday.
Driver James Hinchcliffe had to scramble to find anything at all for 2020 when he learned late last year that he was out at Arrow McLaren SP with a year remaining on his contract.
Teams still have plenty to learn about what the change will mean for driver visibility, aerodynamics and race strategy.
The 45-year-old Kanaan, who won the 2013 Indy 500, is another casualty of a poor driver market in which veterans are being squeezed out of their seats by drivers with little to no IndyCar experience.
This is the first entry into IndyCar for Huski Chocolate, a company headquartered in Stockholm that already does business in Formula One with McLaren and with the English soccer club Millwall.
The abrupt sackings of four-time series champion Sebastien Bourdais and popular veteran James Hinchcliffe has made for an offseason of distasteful business decisions that has contributed to a rapidly changing landscape in a series trying to make a comeback.
Bill Simpson, a pioneer in motorsports safety credited with creating equipment that saved too many drivers to count from death or serious injury, died Monday. He was 79.
Mark Miles, who has led Hulman & Co. since 2012, said: “We have the opportunity now to try to take it to a whole other level. I’ve had no thought of doing anything else.”
The Indianapolis Motor Speedway announced Tuesday that it has struck a multi-year naming rights deal for the Grand Prix of Indianapolis.
A Westfield developer’s plans for 68 acres next to Grand Park include a major planetarium and space science center, laser tag venue, jump park, bowling alley, indoor/outdoor go-kart track and driving school.
Roger Penske—whose Penske Corp. is buying Hulman & Co. and its racing operations—said he’d also like to bring a third car manufacturer to IndyCar and maintain IMS’s relationship with NASCAR.
Arrow McLaren SP officially named Indy Lights champions Pato O’Ward and Oliver Askew as its drivers for 2020 on Wednesday, leaving popular IndyCar veteran James Hinchcliffe without a ride.
The late timing of the McLaren decision puts popular IndyCar driver James Hinchcliffe in a difficult position for finding a consistently competitive ride.
Drivers Scott Dixon and Will Power both said IndyCar’s new aeroscreen was fit for racing during the first extensive test session for the cockpit protection that will debut next season.
The company says it did nothing wrong but decided to settle the case, which involved allegations of discrimination against female applicants at its Shelbyville warehouse.
Josef Newgarden won his second IndyCar series championship in three years with a smooth drive Sunday in the season finale, where he played it safe and watched rookie Colton Herta cement a spot as a future star.