Facts & Figures From Pole Day

During a full day of qualifying at Indianapolis Motor Speedway on pole day Saturday, there were more than a few stories and interesting facts, which emerged

Tagliani Is David Against Indy Goliaths

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

Ribbs Back At Indy 20 Years Later

Twenty years after he made history in 1991 by becoming the first African-American to compete in the Indianapolis 500, the personable, well-liked Willy T. Ribbs has returned to the scene of his greatest triumph

Revson’s Thrilling Indianapolis Pole Run

Forty years ago, not unlike today, Roger, “The Captain”, Penske, appeared to have the field covered for the 1971 Indianapolis 500

Ho-Pin Tung Chases Indy Milestone

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

Q & A With Conor Daly

Conor Daly will, however, walk away from his championship lead and move to Europe where he will concentrate on the Formula One support series, GP3 with the British-based Carlin team

Hinchcliffe Perseveres At Long Beach

James Hinchcliffe was having one of those “if not for bad luck…” days

RRDC Honors Roger Penske

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

Even Andretti Surprised At 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

De Silvestro Thrills St. Pete’s Crowd

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

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