Is Ganassi the solution to Honda's problems?
Honda's Formula 1 troubles make headline news internationally, but it's also been playing catch-up in IndyCar. In year three of the American single-seater series' aerokit era, Honda is still trying to get on terms with the dominant Chevrolet teams
At the end of IndyCar's Mid-Ohio race last July, the yellow #28 Andretti Autosport Dallara-Honda came to an abrupt halt in the pitlane. Ryan Hunter-Reay popped his belts, tore away his drinks tube, erupted from the cockpit and stalked away, shaking his head in disgust. Wisely, he kept his helmet on. Any interview at that moment would have had the censor bleepers hard at work.
The 2012 champion's frustration was understandable. A typically almighty effort in qualifying had put him fourth on the grid while his Andretti team-mates were scrabbling around in the bottom half of the field, and on race day, he appeared set for a podium finish behind the unstoppable Penske Dallara-Chevrolets of Simon Pagenaud and Will Power.
Jeff Krosnoff was plucked out of obscurity to become a respected and highly popular professional in Japan, and then got his big break in Indycar for 1996. But a tragic accident at Toronto 25 years ago cut short a promising career and curtailed his regular team-mate Mauro Martini's passion for racing
OPINION: Having been Chip Ganassi Racing's IndyCar focal point for the best part of a decade, Scott Dixon has been so far outgunned by new team-mate Alex Palou in 2021. After finishing behind the Spaniard at his traditional happy hunting ground at Mid-Ohio, Dixon has work to do to assume his traditional position in the team and the standings
At the halfway point in the 2021 IndyCar Series season, we've had seven winners in eight races, spread between five teams – none of them Team Penske. In this unusual season, even by IndyCar standards, who’s excelling and who’s dragging their heels?
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
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...
The FIA says it wants American drivers in Formula 1, but would it take an IndyCar driver to transfer or does an American need to join the European junior ladder system to get there?
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...
Daytona/Sebring winner Pipo Derani impressed SPM in IndyCar test
IndyCar St Petersburg: Andretti leads first practice session of 2017