After struggling at the Indy 500 in 2016 with Chevrolet, Scott Dixon believes 2017 could be better after his Ganassi team made the switch to Honda.
Oriol Servia will provide the feedback necessary to make it a competitive Indianapolis 500 in 2017 for the Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing team, according to Graham Rahal.
Ahead of his full-time return to IndyCar racing, JR Hildebrand has admitted the pressure is on him to show that Ed Carpenter Racing were right to take him on to replace Josef Newgarden.
Antonio Felix da Costa would love to link up with Carlin in the Verizon IndyCar Series, according to his manager Tiago Monteiro.
The future of KV Racing hangs in the balance, and should a potential move for Pastor Maldonado fall through, the team look set to fold.
Trevor Carlin admits it is highly unlikely that his Carlin team will make the jump into the Verizon IndyCar Series in 2017 after talks with KVSH Racing stalled.
The Verizon IndyCar Series will continue to run with Firestone tyres after the two parties signed a new multi-year contract.
Carlos Muñoz and Conor Daly will run with Chevrolet power in 2017 after AJ Foyt Racing made the switch from Honda power.
Dario Franchitti was on course to race for Porsche in 2015 had it not been for his career-ending crash whilst racing in the IndyCar Series at Houston in 2013.
Josef Newgarden would have no qualms about stepping into the current IndyCar to race despite continued worries about the future of head protection in the series.
Jay Frye, the INDYCAR president of competition and operations, was on hand at the North American International Auto Show to unveil initial concepts of the proposed 2018 bodywork kit.
IndyCar will continue to run with Dallara chassis through to the end of 2020 after agreeing an extension to the Italian manufacturer’s contract.
Max Chilton knows work still needs to be done on his driving style when it comes to oval racing as he prepares himself for his sophomore IndyCar season in 2017.
The Checkered Flag looks back at the 2016 Verizon IndyCar Series season, a year that saw a great battle for the championship between Team Penske duo Simon Pagenaud and Will Power.
Max Chilton will return to the #8 Chip Ganassi Racing machine in 2017, joining an unchanged line-up that also includes Scott Dixon, Tony Kanaan and Charlie Kimball.