Colton Herta has set the fastest time of the final day of 2019 NTT IndyCar Series pre-season testing at the Circuit of the Americas. Alexander Rossi topped the afternoon session but could not beat Herta’s lap-time from the morning.
Former Formula 1 driver Marcus Ericsson has said in an interview with RACER that “you have to work a lot more” when driving an IndyCar. The Swedish driver said that both cars were impressive in different ways.
Harding Steinbrenner Racing’s Colton Herta set the fastest time on the first day of 2019 NTT IndyCar pre-season testing at the Circuit of the Americas. The American was half a second faster than Will Power.
NTT IndyCar competitors Schmidt Peterson Motorsports have today announced that they will be increasing their deal with sponsors Arrow Electronics for 2019. The company will become title sponsors of the renamed Arrow Schmidt Peterson team.
The first major pre-season test for the upcoming 2019 NTT IndyCar Series took place yesterday at Sebring International Raceway. James Hinchcliffe topped the eleven-driver session.
Former Alfa Romeo Sauber F1 driver Marcus Ericsson has completed his first IndyCar test prior to his debut with Schmidt Peterson Motorsports next year. The test took place at Sebring International Raceway on Tuesday.
Our 2018 Verizon IndyCar Series driver rankings list continues with the second and final part, positions six to one. Who will earn the top spot for 2018?
After another thrilling season of IndyCar Racing, The Checkered Flag’s Jordan Groves has put together a list of who we think were the top twelve drivers of the 2018 season. Here are positions twelve to seven.
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Marcus Ericsson will race in the 2019 IndyCar Series with Schmidt Peterson Motorsports alongside James Hinchcliffe. Ericsson will drive the #7 SPM Honda and will make his oval racing debut at the Indy 500.
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Season Review: 2018 Verizon IndyCar Series – Dixon makes a bid for the history books with his fifth title
After a season of intense on-track action once again, the Verizon IndyCar Series has concluded for the year, with Scott Dixon emerging as the champion for the fifth time. Here, TCF takes you through the key points of the year that ultimately went on to decide the championship.
Robert Wickens has posted a video update on social media for the first time since his accident at Pocono Raceway last month. The Canadian stated in the video that “It’s going to be a very long road to recovery.”
Ryan Hunter-Reay has claimed pole position for the 2018 IndyCar season finale at Sonoma Raceway. Championship leader Scott Dixon will roll-off in second place, with Alexander Rossi further back in sixth.
The Verizon IndyCar Series hit Sonoma Raceway for the two Friday practice sessions ahead of this Sunday’s 2018 season finale. Ryan Hunter-Reay was fastest in session one, with Josef Newgarden fastest in the second session later on.
Robert Wickens has taken the IndyCar rookie of the year title for 2018. The Canadian can now not be caught by Zach Veach in the table, despite having missed the last few races after his crash at Pocono Raceway.
After Sunday’s Grand Prix of Portland, Scott Dixon now holds a twenty-nine point lead in the championship over Alexander Rossi heading into the final race. The duo had contrasting fortunes throughout the weekend in Oregon.