Alex Tagliani, driving for a team co-owned by himself and Sam Schmidt won the pole for the 100th anniversary Indianapolis 500 Saturday afternoon at Indianapolis Motor Speedway
The magnitude of the Indianapolis 500 is such that it has spun off a series of milestone events that have captured the imagination of many. Whether they’re technically innovative, or simply appeal to pop culture, these “firsts” have long been a part of the aura of Indy
James Hinchcliffe was having one of those “if not for bad luck…” days
Roger Penske, known as “the Captain” in the motorsports world, was honored by the Road Racing Drivers Club at the RRDC Evening with Roger Penske presented by Firestone April 14, at the organization's third annual West Coast banquet prior to the Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach
Watching Ryan Hunter-Reay’s car fade through the quick-paced pack on lap 70 of the Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach, Michael Andretti had that sinking feeling
Slowly navigating the sea of post-race revelers on her green and white scooter on the way to an unscheduled news conference, Simona de Silvestro smiled as wide as the Alps and waved occasionally to acknowledge the applause and congratulatory shouts
When the IZOD IndyCar Series teams convened at Barber Motorsports Park for the annual Preseason Open Test there was one recurring theme mentioned by the top drivers in the series — “This will be the most competitive season in IndyCar history.”
MOORESVILLE, N.C. – While Jim Harbaugh was a big name in both college and professional football last week as the head coach left Stanford...
Chip Ganassi vividly remembers the day his picture appeared on the back cover of National Speed Sport News. It was 1982 and Ganassi recalled it as a signal that he had arrived on the American racing scene.
While Chip Ganassi gets more than his share of headlines as a team owner in the IZOD IndyCar, NASCAR and the Grand Am Rolex Series, there are many who work in the background to get his teams up front.
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