Ex-F1 driver Grosjean "more confident" after second IndyCar test
"Analytical approach" by Bourdais is paying off for Foyt in IndyCar
Supercars champion McLaughlin "harshest critic" of IndyCar adaptation
Ex-F1 driver Grosjean doesn't want to be "asshole" IndyCar team-mate
VeeKay tops Barber IndyCar test as Grosjean marks cockpit return

Ex-Formula 1 racer Romain Grosjean says he's made "good progress" in becoming accustomed to the driving style necessary for IndyCar, after a solid day of testing at Laguna Seca

AJ Foyt Racing's technical director Mike Colliver says Sebastien Bourdais' talent, experience and attitude, and the engineering group "pulling in the same direction", has resulted in the IndyCar team's improvements

Supercars convert Scott McLaughlin says he's "oblivious" to the impression he is making during IndyCar testing ahead of his 2021 full-time debut as he's "my own harshest critic"

Ex-Formula 1 driver Romain Grosjean says he "used to be an asshole as a team-mate", but has told new IndyCar stablemate Ed Jones he'd "like us to be friendly"

Rinus VeeKay put Ed Carpenter Racing on top in the 12-car IndyCar test at Barber Motorsports Park, while Romain Grosjean finished his first IndyCar test within one second of top spot

Ex-F1 driver Grosjean "more confident" after second IndyCar test

Ex-Formula 1 racer Romain Grosjean says he's made "good progress" in becoming accustomed to the driving style necessary for IndyCar, after a solid day of testing at Laguna Seca

"Analytical approach" by Bourdais is paying off for Foyt in IndyCar

AJ Foyt Racing's technical director Mike Colliver says Sebastien Bourdais' talent, experience and attitude, and the engineering group "pulling in the same direction", has resulted in the IndyCar team's improvements

Supercars champion McLaughlin "harshest critic" of IndyCar adaptation

Supercars convert Scott McLaughlin says he's "oblivious" to the impression he is making during IndyCar testing ahead of his 2021 full-time debut as he's "my own harshest critic"

Ex-F1 driver Grosjean doesn't want to be "asshole" IndyCar team-mate

Ex-Formula 1 driver Romain Grosjean says he "used to be an asshole as a team-mate", but has told new IndyCar stablemate Ed Jones he'd "like us to be friendly"

VeeKay tops Barber IndyCar test as Grosjean marks cockpit return

Rinus VeeKay put Ed Carpenter Racing on top in the 12-car IndyCar test at Barber Motorsports Park, while Romain Grosjean finished his first IndyCar test within one second of top spot

Grosjean "really happy" with IndyCar test despite spin and soreness

Ex-Formula 1 driver Romain Grosjean says he's "really happy" with his first morning testing an IndyCar, despite spinning off and feeling soreness in his arms and recovering burnt left hand

How McLaren is striving towards IndyCar's elite Plus

How McLaren is striving towards IndyCar's elite

The second year of McLaren's full-time IndyCar return is looming, with Patricio O'Ward and Felix Rosenqvist leading its line-up. Strong team personnel and work behind the scenes means that 2021 could be the year it joins the established elite

Schmidt: Arrow McLaren SP ready to complete IndyCar "Big Four"

Sam Schmidt believes Arrow McLaren SP-Chevrolet can join Chip Ganassi Racing, Team Penske and Andretti Autosport in the top echelon of IndyCar in 2020

Iconic IMS announcer Bob Jenkins battling brain cancer

Bob Jenkins, former TV and Indianapolis Motor Speedway announcer, has revealed he is suffering from brain cancer and has reduced his IMS duties

Foyt IndyCar team "pulling in the same direction" after changes

AJ Foyt Racing is now "pulling in the same direction" after a period of turbulence for the IndyCar outfit, according to team president Larry Foyt

Kimball to reunite with AJ Foyt Racing for Indy 500 and GP

Charlie Kimball will rejoin AJ Foyt Racing for his 11th attempt at the Indianapolis 500, to be held on 30 May, and the Indianapolis GP

IndyCar still 'optimistic' of third OEM despite end of Ferrari talks

Ferrari Formula 1 team principal Mattia Binotto says the Scuderia has ended talks over an engine supply deal with IndyCar, but series bosses remain optimistic of landing a third manufacturer

Top 10 F1 to Indycar converts ranked

As Romain Grosjean becomes the latest former Formula 1 driver to make the switch to IndyCar with Dale Coyne Racing in 2021, James Newbold picks out the 10 converts who made the best impression Stateside

Nashville track construction begins ahead of IndyCar debut

Construction has begun on IndyCar's new street course in Nashville, and local star Josef Newgarden is excited to race in front of his home fans on a truly unique layout

Grosjean's talent key to IndyCar sponsor appeal - Coyne, Ware

Dale Coyne and Rick Ware hope to confirm Romain Grosjean's primary backers by the end of the month, and say the ex-Formula 1 driver will be a hit in IndyCar

Grosjean will use his childrens' helmet design for first IndyCar test

Romain Grosjean plans to wear the helmet design that his children originally designed for his final Formula 1 race when he tests an IndyCar for the first time

Why Grosjean is taking the plunge in IndyCar

Romain Grosjean's remarkable escape from the flaming wreck of his Haas in Bahrain marked his final act in Formula 1, but his single-seater career is by no means finished. As he told DAVID MALSHER-LOPEZ, IndyCar holds an appeal that F1 could not satisfy

Ex-F1 driver Grosjean joins Dale Coyne-Rick Ware IndyCar team

Ex-Formula 1 star Romain Grosjean will switch to IndyCar this season, driving for the Honda-powered Dale Coyne Racing with Rick Ware Racing entry

Rosenqvist settled into McLaren IndyCar team in "very natural way"

New Arrow McLaren SP recruit Felix Rosenqvist believes he has settled into his new IndyCar home in a "very natural way" ahead of the 2021 season

Coyne teams up with Rick Ware Racing for two IndyCar entries

Dale Coyne Racing has announced it is entering into a collaboration with Rick Ware Racing for a full-time entry and a part-time entry in the 2021 IndyCar Series.

How McLaren is striving towards IndyCar's elite Plus

How McLaren is striving towards IndyCar's elite

The second year of McLaren's full-time IndyCar return is looming, with Patricio O'Ward and Felix Rosenqvist leading its line-up. Strong team personnel and work behind the scenes means that 2021 could be the year it joins the established elite

IndyCar
Feb 21, 2021
The enigmatic legacy of a misunderstood Indy stalwart Plus

The enigmatic legacy of a misunderstood Indy stalwart

Flashes of brilliance amid spells of obscurity have been too common for Marco Andretti. While the third-generation racer has opted to bring his full-time IndyCar career to a close, his peaks and troughs have never been for want of trying

IndyCar
Jan 20, 2021
Why American racing's top dog is without equal Plus

Why American racing's top dog is without equal

A byword for success in business and in motorsport for over 50 years, Roger Penske's importance to the US scene cannot be understated. In an exclusive interview, the custodian of the IndyCar Series and Indianapolis Motor Speedway reflects on his journey

IndyCar
Jan 11, 2021
The McLaren that rendered its Indy rivals obsolete Plus

The McLaren that rendered its Indy rivals obsolete

When founder Bruce McLaren died in June 1970, his team could have folded. Instead, his loyal band rallied to produce a string of winners - including an Indycar game-changer that won its third Indianapolis 500 five years after its debut

IndyCar
Dec 22, 2020
Why Newgarden's best IndyCar season yet wasn't enough Plus

Why Newgarden's best IndyCar season yet wasn't enough

Josef Newgarden feels he didn't put a foot wrong in 2020, yet his finest season-long run of performances failed to yield a third series championship. But in a warning shot to Scott Dixon, Team Penske's team leader has vowed to redouble his efforts in 2021

IndyCar
Dec 21, 2020
How Dixon held on in IndyCar's most unpredictable season Plus

How Dixon held on in IndyCar's most unpredictable season

Three wins on the trot gave the Chip Ganassi Racing superstar the cushion he needed to hang on for a sixth title in the face of Josef Newgarden's late challenge. Here's the rundown of a typically frantic IndyCar campaign in an extraordinary year

IndyCar
Nov 28, 2020
The balancing act required for improving racing at Indy Plus

The balancing act required for improving racing at Indy

Calls for an improvement in the racing spectacle at the Indianapolis 500 have been met with small aerodynamic tweaks from IndyCar on superspeedways. But where such high speeds are involved, even minor adjustments require significant planning

IndyCar
Oct 31, 2020
The departing IndyCar hero who can't let go Plus

The departing IndyCar hero who can't let go

He's an IndyCar champion and an Indianapolis 500 winner, but there's more to Tony Kanaan's legacy than sheer numbers according some key rivals, team-mates and friends from his 20-year top-flight US open-wheel career

IndyCar
Oct 4, 2020