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AJ Foyt Racing's rookie Kyle Kirkwood is taking the positives from his strong but shortened second IndyCar race, after playing a starring role at Texas Motor Speedway before his accident.
Santino Ferrucci says his top-10 finish at Texas Motor Speedway was “all we had” after his surprise IndyCar call-up.
Texas winner Josef Newgarden says his last-corner, last-lap pass of Team Penske team-mate Scott McLaughlin resulted in the “coolest” of his 21 IndyCar wins.
IndyCar Series points leader Scott McLaughlin says he’s “gutted” but “will learn from this” after he lost Sunday’s race at Texas Motor Speedway in the final few yards.
Josef Newgarden pulled off a last-corner move on Scott McLaughlin to steal victory at Texas Motor Speedway and record Team Penske’s 600th victory in IndyCar.
Jack Harvey will be replaced by Santino Ferrucci at Rahal Letterman Lanigan for today’s second round of the 2022 IndyCar Series at Texas Motor Speedway after crashing in free practice.
Josef Newgarden moved to the top of the times in final IndyCar practice at Texas Motor Speedway, but Jack Harvey’s difficult start at Rahal Letterman Lanigan continued with a major crash.
Arrow McLaren SP’s Felix Rosenqvist delivered his second-ever IndyCar pole - and his first on an oval - at Texas Motor Speedway, narrowly outpacing St. Petersburg winner Scott McLaughlin.
Meyer Shank Racing driver Simon Pagenaud topped the opening practice session at Texas Motor Speedway, leading Arrow McLaren SP's Felix Rosenqvist in the only on-track running prior to qualifying.
IndyCar officials have elected to revise the schedule for this weekend’s Texas Motor Speedway round, accommodating an extra practice session to open up a second lane on the oval track.
Al Unser Jr believes that it will be "just a matter of time" before Jimmie Johnson is able to achieve top-five finishes in IndyCar.
Kyle Kirkwood topped the speed charts in the six-car oval rookie test held at Texas Motor Speedway, while Romain Grosjean was fastest without the aid of a tow.
Al Unser Jr believes Colton Herta "doesn't have to change a thing" to become an IndyCar champion, but could also be competitive "straight out of the box" in Formula 1.