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Rinus VeeKay will remain on board Ed Carpenter Racing's #21 car for the 2023 IndyCar season and beyond, as part of a long-term agreement.
Chevrolet has won 101 of the 173 IndyCar races held since it was lured back to the series by the 2.2-litre turbo formula in 2012. But which of them was best? The Bowtie's current and former IndyCar programme managers reflect on the company's modern century
Simona De Silvestro had to "unlearn bad habits" adapting to IndyCar's current machinery in her Road America return, which gave her a base to work from with Paretta Autosport.
Several typically strong Indianapolis 500 teams were left disappointed after promising form through practice failed to translate to strong results in Sunday's IndyCar blue riband race won by Marcus Ericsson.
OPINION: He may only be an outsider for the IndyCar title in 2022, but Rinus Van Kalmthout is convinced that Ed Carpenter Racing is on a path to take on the series' greatest teams. The Dutch star and his race engineer Matt Barnes explain why they believe their hopes are realistic
Beth Paretta says that competing in three races this year is another step on the path to evolving her team into a full-time IndyCar entrant.
Paretta Autosport will enter Simona De Silvestro in three IndyCar races this year in partnership with Ed Carpenter Racing and Chevrolet.
Ed Carpenter Racing has announced it has signed Conor Daly as a full-time driver in its #20 Dallara-Chevrolet for the 2022 IndyCar season.
Williams Formula 1 reserve Jack Aitken has entered the frame as a potential Ed Carpenter Racing IndyCar driver in 2022, and will test for the squad next week.
Ed Carpenter reckons Aston Martin Formula 1 reserve Nico Hulkenberg could be interested by a potential IndyCar drive, but warns their talks don't yet have "substance".
Felix Rosenqvist has been cleared to return to the Arrow McLaren SP team for the Mid-Ohio IndyCar event this weekend, while Ed Carpenter Racing’s Rinus VeeKay is also expected back.
Oliver Askew will drive for his second IndyCar team in a week and will replace the injured Rinus VeeKay at Ed Carpenter Racing in the Road America round.
Ed Carpenter Racing driver Rinus VeeKay has suffered a clavicle injury after a bicycle accident in training, with his participation in IndyCar's Road America round "pending".
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.
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.
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.
Rinus VeeKay, who scored his first IndyCar victory on Saturday, has paid tribute to the education he received from the Road To Indy junior formulas and from former Indy car star Arie Luyendyk.
New IndyCar winner Rinus VeeKay admitted he was in tears after the Ed Carpenter Racing driver scored the biggest victory of his career in the Grand Prix of Indianapolis.
Rinus VeeKay says his Indianapolis 500 testing crash, which resulted in a broken finger, "didn't hurt my confidence" and doesn't expect the injury to cause issues in the IndyCar season-opener.
Ed Carpenter says he's focused on retaining Conor Daly and the US Air Force sponsorship for 2021 rather than chasing a Formula 1 star
Rinus VeeKay, who will today earn IndyCar's Rookie of the Year title, will remain at Ed Carpenter Racing for a second season in 2021
Conor Daly will compete in IndyCar road and street course races for Ed Carpenter Racing in 2020, and will also drive a third car in the Indianapolis 500
2019 Indy Lights runner-up Rinus VeeKay has been announced as the driver of Ed Carpenter Racing's #21 entry for the 2020 IndyCar season
Renault F1 driver Nico Hulkenberg will not be joining Ed Carpenter Racing next year, despite speculation continuing to mount as recently as last weekend's Brazilian Grand Prix
Spencer Pigot has been released by IndyCar squad Ed Carpenter Racing after three and a half seasons, amid speculation Nico Hulkenberg could race for the team in 2020
Simon Pagenaud gave Penske its first Indianapolis 500 pole for seven years in qualifying for the 2019 edition of IndyCar's premier race
Spencer Pigot will remain with Ed Carpenter Racing for the 2019 IndyCar Series for his second full-time season with the outfit
Schmidt Peterson Motorsports driver Robert Wickens has blamed Ed Carpenter for causing their crash in IndyCar's Texas race, believing that drivers were getting "really desperate" in their on track behaviour
Indianapolis 500 runner-up Ed Carpenter says he is kicking himself for not attacking race winner Will Power on an earlier restart when he had the chance
Indianapolis 500 polesitter Ed Carpenter says his 230mph opening qualifying lap that helped secure pole position 'blew his mind'
Ed Carpenter seized pole position for the 2018 Indianapolis 500 as the only driver to hit the 230mph mark in qualifying, denying Penske a front row lockout
Three-time Indianapolis 500 winner Helio Castroneves set the fastest speed at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway in an afternoon practice session disrupted by the threat of lightning
Danica Patrick has revealed the Ed Carpenter Racing IndyCar livery that she will use when competing at the 2018 Indianapolis 500
Ed Carpenter Racing hopes IndyCar gives Danica Patrick similar testing dispensation to Fernando Alonso ahead of her return to the series for her career finale in the 2018 Indianapolis 500
Formula 2 driver Jordan King will join Ed Carpenter Racing for the road and street course races in the 2018 IndyCar Series
Ed Carpenter Racing has announced Spencer Pigot as the driver of its full-time IndyCar entry for 2018
Two-time Indianapolis 500 polesitter Ed Carpenter was fastest in the first part of qualifying for next Sunday's race as Fernando Alonso booked his spot in the Fast Nine shootout
Ed Carpenter topped the third day of practice for the 2017 Indianapolis 500 as Fernando Alonso improved late on to finish an impressive fourth fastest
Zach Veach will make his IndyCar race debut at Barber Motorsports Park this weekend as Ed Carpenter Racing's JR Hildebrand has been ruled out with his Long Beach hand injury
Ed Carpenter Racing will not field a third IndyCar entry in May's Indianapolis 500, due in part to Josef Newgarden's Texas crash last year
Spencer Pigot will retain his role as Ed Carpenter Racing's road and street-course driver in the 2017 IndyCar season
Ed Carpenter led team-mate and employee Josef Newgarden in a one-two for his own squad as Phoenix IndyCar practice was disrupted by heavy crashes for Takuma Sato and James Hinchcliffe
The partnership between Ed Carpenter, Sarah Fisher and Wink Hartman has dissolved after one season, meaning CFH Racing will return to being Ed Carpenter Racing for the 2016 IndyCar Series
Luca Filippi has signed with CFH Racing for the 2015 IndyCar season, and will contest all of the road and street course events in the team's #20 entry
Two of IndyCar's single-car teams have confirmed plans to merge at the end of 2014, with Ed Carpenter Racing and Sarah Fisher Hartman Racing set to become a multi-car entity
Ed Carpenter took responsibility for the accident that eliminated Juan Pablo Montoya from Saturday night's IndyCar race at Iowa, although he insisted that the clash was unintentional
Ed Carpenter will not rush to add a second car to his IndyCar team, despite the success it has enjoyed with its split oval/road course programme so far this year
Ed Carpenter survived a manic late restart at Texas to take his third IndyCar win, while Will Power stole second from Penske team-mate Juan Pablo Montoya at the final corner
Indianapolis 500 pole-sitter Ed Carpenter is confident that his new part-time driver status will not compromise his chances of a good result in the race next weekend
Ed Carpenter will start from pole position for next weekend's Indianapolis 500 after triumphing in the final day of qualifying at Indianapolis on Sunday
Ed Carpenter took a step towards a second consecutive Indianapolis 500 pole after setting the top speed on Saturday's opening day of qualifying
Ed Carpenter still managed to crack the 230mph barrier despite rain and hail limiting running to less than 20 minutes on 'Fast Friday', the final Indianapolis 500 practice before qualifying
Ed Carpenter Racing's decision to hire Mike Conway for IndyCar's road and street rounds was rewarded as the Briton survived an extraordinary race to claim his second Long Beach win
Ed Carpenter opened the 2013 Indianapolis 500 by going fastest on the first day of practice on Saturday
IndyCar champion Ryan Hunter-Reay says that both his team Andretti Autosport and Ed Carpenter Racing stand to benefit from the arrangement that led to Hunter-Reay driving Carpenter's car in testing at Sonoma on Wednesday
Ed Carpenter Racing team manager Tim Broyles is optimistic that the experience gained during 2012 will help the fledgling squad to build upon its Fontana win in the new IndyCar season
Ed Carpenter is hoping that his win at last weekend's IndyCar season finale at Fontana will boost his chances of adding a second car to his self-owned team next year
Ed Carpenter topped the final practice session ahead of Saturday's IndyCar season finale at Fontana