Indy 500 (2021)
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Helio Castroneves’ overwhelming vivaciousness outside the cockpit belies a hardcore racer who knows how to plot his moves – and then recall it all. A day after his fourth Indy 500 win, he explained his tactics
Helio Castroneves joined AJ Foyt, Al Unser and Rick Mears with the most Indianapolis 500 wins after edging past Alex Palou on the penultimate lap of a thrilling race that validated Michael Shank's faith in the veteran Brazilian - who is discovering that there is life after Penske after all
Ed Carpenter Racing’s Conor Daly believes his stint leading Sunday's Indianapolis 500 "proved we belong up there" before his hopes were dashed by a frightening wheel strike.
Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing driver Graham Rahal says his exit from the 2021 Indianapolis 500 is "going to sting for a while" after crashing out with a loose rear wheel.
Indy 500 runner-up Alex Palou says he’s proud of his performance but admits it “hurts a lot” to fall half a second short of beating Helio Castroneves for victory.
Indianapolis 500’s newest four-time winner Helio Castroneves made a point to take a swipe at the regular talk of the current youth movement in IndyCar racing.
Helio Castroneves scorched to a sensational Indianapolis 500 victory, beating Alex Palou in a thrilling battle for the lead.
Simon Pagenaud says he feels "just as confident" for tomorrow's Indianapolis 500 as he was when he won the race in 2019, despite the Team Penske driver's struggles in qualifying.
Previous Indianapolis 500 winners Scott Dixon and Will Power are hoping for different weather and track conditions as they tackle IndyCar's most prestigious race from opposite ends of the grid.
Pole-winner Scott Dixon topped the near-two hours of action that IndyCar was able to squeeze in before the rain returned to Indianapolis Motor Speedway on the final day of practice before Sunday’s Indy 500.
Known as the “greatest spectacle in racing”, the Indianapolis 500 is renowned for close racing in excess of 220mph with drivers just inches apart for 500 miles. But how many cars race, for how long does it last and has there ever been a race without a caution?
Juan Pablo Montoya’s presence at Arrow McLaren SP-Chevrolet for the Indianapolis 500 has helped boost the team as a whole, says McLaren CEO Zak Brown.
Team Penske’s Will Power says he would give up all his winnings from the 2018 Indianapolis 500 “in a heartbeat” if it meant he could win America’s biggest open-wheel race again this weekend.
Marco Andretti has admitted retiring from IndyCar is a possibility should he win the Indianapolis 500 on Sunday.
Indianapolis 500 polesitter Scott Dixon says practice for this year’s race hasn’t revealed much and no one truly knows the competitiveness of their cars.
A quarter of the drivers racing in the 105th edition of the Indianapolis 500 are former winners - but are they the favourites? The veteran drivers largely impressed in qualifying - but there's also a plethora of young guns looking to secure victory at IndyCar's flagship race...
McLaren CEO Zak Brown reckons the racing in IndyCar is “awesome” but believes the information relayed to TV viewers could be enhanced.
The Indy 500 is nicknamed ‘the greatest spectacle in racing’, but how many Formula 1 drivers have taken it on and won?
Rinus VeeKay says Ed Carpenter Racing's cars fared well in qualifying for IndyCar's Indianapolis 500 because they’re set up to handle the way the Chevrolet engine delivers its power.
Scott Dixon described his run to a fourth Indianapolis 500 pole as "hairy" after admitting he wasn’t sure how much downforce he had before his four-lap pole shootout run.
Will Power survived a scrape with the wall to join Sage Karam and Simona De Silvestro in progressing through Bump Day to secure a place on the Indy 500 grid.
Scott Dixon has admitted he still gets nervous before a four-lap run at Indianapolis Motor Speedway despite topping the times ahead of the Fast Nine Indy 500 pole position shootout.
Ed Carpenter believes his eponymous IndyCar team has everything it needs to challenge for the Indianapolis 500 in Sunday's Fast Nine shootout, allaying fears that the Chevrolet engine is underperforming.
Scott Dixon will lead the Fast Nine shootout at the Indianapolis 500 qualifying on Sunday, while Will Power and Simona De Silvestro are among the five drivers who will fight for the last row of the grid.
The final practice before qualifying for the 2021 Indianapolis 500 saw Jack Harvey of Meyer Shank Racing go fastest in the four-lap simulation runs as Team Penske’s struggles for pace continued.
Santino Ferrucci has rebounded from his Day 3 crash at Indianapolis Motor Speedway and is aiming for a spot in Sunday's Indy 500 shootout for pole.
Team Penske president Tim Cindric believes Scott McLaughlin has as good a chance to win the Indianapolis 500 as any IndyCar rookie has ever had.
Dreyer & Reinbold Racing owner Dennis Reinbold wants to bring his team back to IndyCar full-time, after plans to expand its presence this year was altered by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Tony Kanaan topped the day three practice times for the 2021 Indianapolis 500 ahead of Conor Daly, as Santino Ferrucci suffered a heavy crash.
Scott Dixon, Marcus Ericsson, Tony Kanaan and Alex Palou have formed a Chip Ganassi Racing 1-2-3-4 on top of the speed charts halfway through the third day of practice for the Indianapolis 500.
Scott Dixon topped the speed charts after day 2 of practice for the Indianapolis 500, as three Chip Ganassi Racing cars and two Ed Carpenter Racing entries filled the top five places.
Paretta Autosport team owner Beth Paretta has suggested her team will continue beyond the 105th running of the Indianapolis 500 – and Simona de Silvestro believes she could be available for future outings.
Takuma Sato will stand to gain an extra $380,000 on top of his seven-figure race winnings, should he win the 105th running of the Indianapolis 500.
A new startup IndyCar team, Top Gun Racing, will field a single-car entry for series returnee R.C. Enerson in this year's Indianapolis 500 to complete a 35-car entry.
Three-time NASCAR champion and former IRL IndyCar champion Tony Stewart will attend this year’s Indy 500 as guest of his hero A.J. Foyt.
Stefan Wilson will enter the Indianapolis 500 for a third time, and for a second time driving for Andretti Autosport in the blue-riband IndyCar event.
The 105th running of the Indianapolis 500 will run with up to 40 percent of venue capacity permitted, totalling approximately 135,000 fans.
Indianapolis Motor Speedway president J. Douglas Boles has admitted that the plan for handling a large crowd at next month’s Indy 500 remains fluid for now.
Juan Pablo Montoya’s Arrow McLaren SP-Chevrolet will carry #86 at next month’s Indianapolis 500 to acknowledge the 50th anniversary of Peter Revson’s record-breaking pole run in the McLaren M16.