Zach Veach has departed Andretti Autosport's NTT IndyCar Series program. (IndyCar Photo)

Veach Relinquishes Andretti Autosport Seat

Andretti Autosport revealed Wednesday that Zach Veach will step out of the No. 26 Gainbridge Honda for the remainder of the NTT IndyCar Series season.
James Hinchcliffe will drive the No. 26 Andretti Autosport entry in the final three NTT IndyCar Series events this year. (IndyCar Photo)

Hinchcliffe Named New Driver Of Andretti No. 26

James Hinchcliffe has been confirmed as the driver of the No. 26 Gainbridge Honda for Andretti Autosport during the final three events on the NTT IndyCar Series calendar. 
Askew Out

Askew Out For Harvest G.P., Castroneves To Sub

Helio Castroneves will return to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway road course for next weekend’s Harvest GP presented by GMR, but he will not be driving for Team Penske.
Indianapolis Motor Speedway will welcome 10,000 fans for the upcoming Harvest Grand Prix. (IndyCar Photo)

Indy To Welcome Limited Fans For Harvest Grand Prix

Indianapolis Motor Speedway will welcome a limited number of fans during the NTT IndyCar Series Harvest Grand Prix presented by GMR weekend on Oct. 1-4.
Oil2Soil will sponsor Sage Karam and Dreyer & Reinbold Racing during the upcoming Harvest Grand Prix at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.

Karam, Dreyer & Reinbold Entering Harvest GP

Dreyer & Reinbold Racing announced Tuesday that it will compete in the NTT IndyCar Series Harvest Grand Prix doubleheader on the Indianapolis Motor Speedway road course on Oct. 2-3.
Official: IndyCar Heading

Official: IndyCar Heading To Nashville In 2021

With the addition of an NTT IndyCar Series event to an ever-growing menu of races, Nashville is turning Music City USA into a new motorsports mecca.
Tony George was fill with emotion on Monday during the announcement that Indianapolis Motor Speedway and the NTT IndyCar Series had been sold to Roger Penske. (IndyCar Photo)

For Tony George, Sale Of IMS To Penske Is ‘Bittersweet’

Tony George called the sale of his family’s legacy — Indianapolis Motor Speedway — bittersweet.
Zak Brown IndyCar 2019 (IndyCar Photo)

McLaren’s Zak Brown: ‘I Love Motor Racing’

McLaren CEO Zak Brown is back in Indianapolis, the same town where he built his business and marketing empire, Just Marketing, before taking on one of Formula One’s most iconic teams.
IndyCar's Aeroscreen Completes

IndyCar’s Aeroscreen Completes Initial On-Track Test

IndyCar held its first on-track test with the new Aeroscreen cockpit safety device at Indianapolis Motor Speedway on Wednesday, courtesy of series champions Scott Dixon and Will Power.
Al Unser

The Story Of Al Unser’s Fourth Indy 500 Victory

In 1987, Al Unser Sr. was one of the most acclaimed race car drivers in America. He was a three-time winner of the Indianapolis 500 and a three-time national champion with 38 victories to his credit.

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