IndyCar News

Title-winning Newman/Haas Indycars to be auctioned
Ganassi will support Palou’s IndyCar title bid despite contract dispute
Why the 2022 IndyCar title fight is Penske vs Ganassi yet again
Nashville IndyCar winner Dixon feared race was ruined by shunt
Palou sure he has "fair shot" at IndyCar title despite Ganassi conflict

Indycars raced by Mario Andretti, Michael Andretti, Nigel Mansell and Sebastien Bourdais are among artefacts of the legendary Newman/Haas Racing team to be auctioned by RM Sotheby's in October.

Chip Ganassi Racing won’t waver in its support of Alex Palou’s IndyCar title defence, despite being locked in a legal dispute with the Spaniard who intends to join McLaren.

There have been wins, poles and promise from others, but the 2022 IndyCar Series championship battle has distilled down to a fight between old rivals Team Penske and Chip Ganassi Racing once more. A principal from each explains what has elevated their teams beyond other rivals ahead of the final three races

Scott Dixon was convinced that car damage had ended his victory hopes at IndyCar's Nashville round, before working his way to the front to eventually claim his 53rd series win.

Defending IndyCar champion Alex Palou is sure he will have a chance to retain his crown despite being only third highest Ganassi driver and on the brink of an acrimonious departure.

Title-winning Newman/Haas Indycars to be auctioned

Indycars raced by Mario Andretti, Michael Andretti, Nigel Mansell and Sebastien Bourdais are among artefacts of the legendary Newman/Haas Racing team to be auctioned by RM Sotheby's in October.

Ganassi will support Palou’s IndyCar title bid despite contract dispute

Chip Ganassi Racing won’t waver in its support of Alex Palou’s IndyCar title defence, despite being locked in a legal dispute with the Spaniard who intends to join McLaren.

Why the 2022 IndyCar title fight is Penske vs Ganassi yet again

There have been wins, poles and promise from others, but the 2022 IndyCar Series championship battle has distilled down to a fight between old rivals Team Penske and Chip Ganassi Racing once more. A principal from each explains what has elevated their teams beyond other rivals ahead of the final three races

Nashville IndyCar winner Dixon feared race was ruined by shunt

Scott Dixon was convinced that car damage had ended his victory hopes at IndyCar's Nashville round, before working his way to the front to eventually claim his 53rd series win.

Palou sure he has "fair shot" at IndyCar title despite Ganassi conflict

Defending IndyCar champion Alex Palou is sure he will have a chance to retain his crown despite being only third highest Ganassi driver and on the brink of an acrimonious departure.

Newgarden unapologetic over Grosjean clash in Nashville IndyCar race

Josef Newgarden said “welcome to IndyCar” in response to his clash with Romain Grosjean that took the French driver out of the Nashville race.

IndyCar Nashville: Dixon triumphs through the chaos Nashville
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IndyCar Nashville: Dixon triumphs through the chaos

Scott Dixon came from 20th with a crippled car to beat fellow New Zealander Scott McLaughlin to win a crash-riddled Nashville IndyCar race.

Paretta enters De Silvestro for IndyCar Laguna Seca finale

Paretta Autosport will participate in a fourth IndyCar race this season, running Simona De Silvestro at the season finale at Laguna Seca.

Marco Andretti to make NASCAR debut at Charlotte Roval

Marco Andretti will make his NASCAR Xfinity Series debut at the Charlotte Motor Speedway ROVAL in October.

IndyCar Nashville: McLaughlin beats Grosjean to pole

Scott McLaughlin delivered his second career pole with top qualifying time for the Big Machine Music City GP, beating a resurgent Romain Grosjean, after lightning during a rainstorm caused a 90-minute delay.

IndyCar Nashville: McLaughlin leads Penske sweep of second practice

Scott McLaughlin topped second practice for the IndyCar's Music City Grand Prix in Nashville by almost three-tenths of a second, as Team Penske drivers locked out the top three positions.

Rosenqvist: McLaren IndyCar future “all depends on the Palou case”

Felix Rosenqvist wants to stay with Arrow McLaren SP in 2023, but admits his IndyCar future is dependent on the legal wrangling surrounding Chip Ganassi Racing's Alex Palou.

IndyCar Nashville: Lundgaard stuns with fastest time in first practice

IndyCar rookie Christian Lundgaard has put in a stunning late lap for Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing to top opening practice in Nashville.

Castroneves picks up IndyCar grid penalty in Nashville

Meyer Shank Racing’s Helio Castroneves will take a six-place grid penalty for Sunday’s Nashville IndyCar race due to an early engine change.

IndyCar makes Nashville track changes for its second year

IndyCar has taken steps to modify its Nashville street course for this weekend after the chaotic and drawn-out inaugural event last year.

VeeKay to remain with Ed Carpenter Racing in IndyCar on long-term deal

Rinus VeeKay will remain on board Ed Carpenter Racing's #21 car for the 2023 IndyCar season and beyond, as part of a long-term agreement.

IndyCar penalise Rossi and Andretti Autosport after Indy GP win

Alexander Rossi has been penalised 20 IndyCar championship points and his Andretti Autosport team fined after his Indy GP-winning car was found to underweight and in violation of two rules.

How David Malukas has become another Coyne success story

Despite considerable junior formula success, David Malukas arrived in IndyCar with little fanfare, which is how this modest young man prefers it. But his talent is ensuring ever more time in the spotlight as he continues to growth in strength in his rookie season...

Rosenqvist doesn’t think a win can alter his McLaren IndyCar destiny

Felix Rosenqvist doesn’t expect this first IndyCar victory of the year will alter McLaren CEO Zak Brown’s plans of how to arrange his burgeoning driver roster.

Power “miles ahead mentally” than in previous IndyCar title fights

IndyCar championship leader Will Power believes he’s better mentally prepared for a close battle for the 2022 title than in previous years, saying he's "miles ahead in every respect".

How Ericsson achieved Indy immortality as Ganassi's main man stumbled Plus

How Ericsson achieved Indy immortality as Ganassi's main man stumbled

Chip Ganassi Racing team was strong again in the Indianapolis 500, with poleman Scott Dixon and reigning champion Alex Palou leading almost three quarters of the race between them. But when dominator Dixon was penalised for pitlane speeding, ex-Formula 1 driver Marcus Ericsson stepped up to score the biggest win of his career and seize the IndyCar points lead

IndyCar
May 30, 2022
Ranking the top 10 IndyCar drivers of 2021 Plus

Ranking the top 10 IndyCar drivers of 2021

In an enthralling 2021 IndyCar campaign, the series bounced back from its COVID-19 truncated year prior and Alex Palou defeated both the established order and his fellow young guns to clinch a maiden title. It capped a remarkable season with plenty of standout performers

IndyCar
Nov 21, 2021
How F1's other IndyCar exile finally unlocked his potential Plus

How F1's other IndyCar exile finally unlocked his potential

Romain Grosjean's swashbuckling rookie year in IndyCar captured the imagination of many in 2021. But another ex-Formula 1 driver whose potential was masked by five years of toil in, at best, middling machinery also enjoyed a breakout year in 2021 - winning twice and finishing sixth in points. Here's how Marcus Ericsson finally delivered on his promise

IndyCar
Nov 16, 2021
How Ganassi's relentless new champion outfoxed IndyCar's best Plus

How Ganassi's relentless new champion outfoxed IndyCar's best

IndyCar sophomore Alex Palou stunned by overcoming team-mate Scott Dixon and the rest of a white-hot field in 2021. He was consistently fast and crucially showed a level head, rebounding well from setbacks to put himself in a near unassailable position entering the final round

IndyCar
Nov 4, 2021
Have Harvey and RLL formed IndyCar’s next winning match-up? Plus

Have Harvey and RLL formed IndyCar’s next winning match-up?

Despite appearing to have an IndyCar job for life with Meyer Shank Racing, Jack Harvey’s departure and move to Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing sparked plenty of debate. However, Harvey's and RLL's combined strengths could prove to be a winning combination - if they get the balance right

IndyCar
Oct 17, 2021
Remembering Dan Wheldon and his last and most amazing IndyCar win Plus

Remembering Dan Wheldon and his last and most amazing IndyCar win

Saturday 16 October marks the 10th anniversary of Dan Wheldon’s death. David Malsher-Lopez pays tribute, then asks Wheldon’s race engineer from 2011, Todd Malloy, to recall that magical second victory at the Indianapolis 500

IndyCar
Oct 16, 2021
Why Kyle Kirkwood is America's new IndyCar ace-in-waiting Plus

Why Kyle Kirkwood is America's new IndyCar ace-in-waiting

Kyle Kirkwood, the record-setting junior formula driver, sealed the Indy Lights championship last weekend. But despite an absurdly strong junior career and scholarship money, his next move is far from clear

IndyCar
Oct 6, 2021
Why IndyCar title glory is just the start for Ganassi's new star Plus

Why IndyCar title glory is just the start for Ganassi's new star

Newly-crowned IndyCar champion Alex Palou has been lauded as a complete driver and veteran-like in only his second season. The 24-year-old is still in the early days of his career, but the parallels are there for all to see with his six-time champion Chip Ganassi Racing team-mate who has been CGR's team leader since 2014

IndyCar
Sep 28, 2021