Montoya Joins Arrow McLaren SP For Indy 500

Two-time Indianapolis 500 champion Juan Pablo Montoya will join Arrow McLaren SP to contest the 105th Running of The Greatest Spectacle in Racing.
Joe Hale

Joe Hale Named President Of IMS Museum

The Indianapolis Motor Speedway Foundation Board of Directors has announced that Joe Hale has been named president of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Museum.
Dalton Kellett will return to AJ Foyt Racing for the full NTT IndyCar Series schedule in 2021. (IndyCar Photo)

Dalton Kellett Back With A.J. Foyt Racing

Canadian Dalton Kellett will drive A.J. Foyt’s No. 4 Chevrolet full-time in the NTT IndyCar Series next season.
Johnson & CGR Partner

Johnson & CGR Partner For Two-Year IndyCar Deal

If the cards fall right, NTT IndyCar Series fans will see seven-time NASCAR Cup Series Jimmie Johnson on a fairly-regular basis starting next year.

Castroneves Enters Team Penske Hall Of Fame

During his 21 seasons competing for Team Penske, Helio Castroneves produced hall of fame results for the team owned by Roger Penske.

1972 Indy 500 Rookie Of The Year Mike Hiss, 77

Mike Hiss, the 1972 Indianapolis 500 Rookie of the Year, died Dec. 19 in Evansville, Ind., following a near-30-year battle with cancer-related issues.
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.
Will Power

Verizon Ending IndyCar Title Sponsorship After 2018

Verizon Wireless will not return as title sponsor of the Verizon IndyCar Series following the 2018 season.
The NTT IndyCar Series event at the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course is expected to become a doubleheader. (IndyCar Photo)

IndyCar Expected To Make Mid-Ohio Round A Doubleheader

Rumors of the Honda Indy 200 at Mid-Ohio becoming a doubleheader this year have been circulating for the past several weeks around IndyCar.
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.

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