Behind the battlelines: Dallara versus IndyCar's teams
The row over cost-containment in IndyCar has transformed the paddock into a battlefield, with teams on one side and the suppliers, led by Dallara, on the other. While the teams have been vocal, Dallara has stayed quiet – until now.
The interior of the Dallara truck in the IndyCar paddock doesn't look much like the headquarters of a powerful villain - it's light, orderly and welcoming, with a small but potent espresso machine taking pride of place in the back office. Darth Vader never had an espresso machine.
But based on comments from some of the team owners in recent weeks, this white trailer is the Death Star, and its planet-obliterating laser is targeted directly at them. Or, more precisely, their budgets. The Italian constructor has been hailed for hitting all its targets with the DW12 chassis in delivering a car that is both better and cheaper than its predecessor, but those initial savings came with a caveat...
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After spending the majority of his 179-race Formula 1 career in middling to tail-end machinery, Romain Grosjean finds himself once again with an underdog team in IndyCar. While not without its challenges, he's relishing the more level playing field that means his Dale Coyne Racing crew can expect to claim a few scalps...
Colton Herta's dominant IndyCar win on the streets of St. Petersburg confirmed what rivals have long-suspected - that the second-generation racer is destined for stardom. But it was Herta's comments afterwards that gave perhaps the most interesting insight into a driver that will be around for a long time to come
Last Sunday, Alex Palou delivered his first IndyCar victory on his Chip Ganassi Racing debut. Is the young Spaniard going to become his legendary teammate Scott Dixon’s biggest title threat? DAVID MALSHER-LOPEZ investigates Palou's potential
IndyCar's gold standard teams Ganassi and Penske are set for another slugfest beginning this weekend at Barber Motorsports Park. A poor start to the first season with the new aeroscreen left Josef Newgarden with too much ground to make up on Scott Dixon in the title chase, but his strong end to 2020 suggests a battle royale lies ahead...
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