It was business as usual for Series leader Scott Dixon but Fernando Alonso’s day was ended early by a crash.
In the last race on his part time schedule, James Hinchcliffe tops the first practice session for the 104th Indianapolis 500.
We now have a full field of 33 cars ready to do battle for the Borg-Warner Trophy and the ultimate prize in racing.
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Rick Ware Racing and James Davison are teaming up for another NASCAR and IndyCar crossover at the Indy 500, adding to a hectic month of August for Davison and RWR.
IMS and IndyCar Series owner Roger Penske made the decision on Tuesday to not allow fans at the 104th Indianapolis 500.
In another NASCAR/IndyCar crossover, championship winning crew chief Cole Pearn will join Ed Carpenter Racing for the 2020 Indy 500.
Seven-time NASCAR champion Jimmie Johnson finally got behind the wheel of and IndyCar, and now wants to race it even more.
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IndyCar released a revised schedule, with the Grand Prix of Monterey cancelled due to COVID-19 and dates added to current weekends.
NTT IndyCar Series rookie, Rinus VeeKay, claimed to be the “happiest guy on earth” after finishing fifth in the GMR Grand Prix at Indianapolis. The Ed Carpenter Racing driver started the race down in eighteenth.
Graham Rahal made his return to the NTT IndyCar Series podium in Saturday’s GMR Grand Prix at Indianapolis. Rahal pulled off a two-stop strategy in the race and just held off Simon Pagenaud to take second place.
Scott Dixon has said that he had both a great strategy and good luck on his side after taking victory in the GMR Grand Prix at Indianapolis. Dixon now leads the championship by twenty-nine points.
Tyre attrition was the name of the game in Sunday’s Brickyard 400, one won by Kevin Harvick after a fiery crash courtesy of a cut tyre eliminated his race rival Denny Hamlin.
NASCAR’s inaugural race on the Indianapolis Motor Speedway road course came down to a dramatic final battle between winner Chase Briscoe, Austin Cindric, A.J. Allmendinger, and Noah Gragson.
Scott Dixon has taken his second victory of the 2020 NTT IndyCar Series at the GMR Grand Prix. Dixon took the win at the Indianapolis Grand Prix circuit, twenty seconds ahead of Graham Rahal and Simon Pagenaud.