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Indycar at Texas in 2020. (IndyCar Photo)
In a season that included incredible obstacles, IndyCar was able to navigate the challenges and successfully complete a 14-race schedule.
Roger Penske had a great deal of respect for the late Pat Patrick, who passed away recently at the age of 91. (IndyCar Photo)
Rivals on the track and comrades away from competition, Roger Penske and Pat Patrick shared the common bond of respect.
Tony Kanaan (IndyCar Photo)
Tony Kanaan was prepared to say goodbye to the NTT IndyCar Series and he was prepared for the next chapter in his life.
There are no plans for the NTT IndyCar Series to hold a pre-season open test in 2021. (Chris Graythen/Getty Images Photo)
By next week, teams in the NTT IndyCar Series will be allowed to start using their limited number of test dates for the upcoming season.
The U.S. Air Force and driver Conor Daly will return to Ed Carpenter Racing next season. (IndyCar Photo)
Ed Carpenter Racing announced Friday morning that the U.S. Air Force and Conor Daly will remain with the team for the upcoming NTT IndyCar Series season.
Josef Newgarden celebrates after winning the first race of the Harvest GP doubleheader at Indianapolis Motor Speedway on Friday. (IndyCar Photo)
If the NTT IndyCar Series season is remembered for Scott Dixon’s fast start, it should also be known for Josef Newgarden’s strong finish.
NTT Data has extended its sponsorship of Chip Ganassi Racing. (IndyCar Photo)
NTT Data Services, a global digital business and IT services company, has announced a multi-year extension of its sponsorship of Chip Ganassi Racing's NTT IndyCar Series program.
Tony Kanaan will compete in four NTT IndyCar Series events next year for Chip Ganassi Racing. (IndyCar Photo)
Tony Kanaan will return to Chip Ganassi Racing next year in the NTT IndyCar Series as part of a multi-year agreement to compete in four oval track events in the No. 48 Honda.
Bruce Martin Mug
The COVID-19 era of motorsports has created much uncertainty about the future, such as when fans can return to the race track en masse and how the economic shutdown will affect sponsorship.
The face of major league auto racing in the United States will undergo a major change next season, with old mainstays replaced by exciting prospects in new markets.

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