IndyCar Drivers Commit To Wheldon Pro-Am

Scott Dixon, Sarah Fisher, Ed Carpenter and Sebastian Saavedra are among the drivers who have committed to participating in the third Dan Wheldon Memorial Pro-Am Karting Challenge at New Castle (Ind.) Motorsports Park on Sept. 19.

IndyCar Sets 2017 Testing Regulations

IndyCar has announced testing regulations for the 2017 Verizon IndyCar Series season, highlighted by four open tests during the season and an overall reduction in the amount of in-season testing.

Another Wilson Win Thwarted

ROAD BLOCK: Scott Dixon (9) uses the lapped car of Milka Duno (23) to get aroundLEXINGTON, Ohio — When he was in front for...

Enerson Secures F2000 Drive

ZSports' returns to full-time pursuit of junior formula car glory this coming week (March 15-16), when rookie sensation R.C. Enerson takes part in Rounds One and Two of the Cooper Tires USF2000 Championship powered by Mazda

James Davison Joins Coyne For Indy 500

James Davison will return to Dale Coyne Racing for the 103rd running of the Indianapolis 500 at Indianapolis Motor Speedway

Indy Fixture Anderson Dead At 65

John Anderson, a fixture in Indy-car racing garages for more than 30 years, died suddenly Dec. 16 after suffering a heart attack. He was 65.

An Evening With The Unsers Coming To IMS Museum

Two of the most beloved winners in the history of the Indianapolis 500 will bring their unique storytelling style to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Museum for a special "Speakers Series" event May 21.

Andretti Hits 220 MPH In Pocono Practice

On Independence Day, IZOD IndyCar Series drivers and teams provided plenty of fireworks at Pocono Raceway with a glimpse of what's in store for the Pocono IndyCar 400 Fueled by Sunoco on July 7.

PHOTOS: IndyCar Series At Milwaukee Mile

Check out photos from Saturday's IZOD IndyCar Series event held at The Milwaukee Mile in West Allis, Wis.

Tom Carnegie Dead At 91

Famed Indianapolis Motor Speedway public address announcer Tom Carnegie died Friday morning in a Zionsville, Ind., health care facility. Carnegie, who became Indy’s lead primary announcer in 1946, remained the voice of the speedway until he retired in 2007.

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