Jordan King will take part in his first Indianapolis 500 in 2019 after signing a one-race deal with Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing. The event will be the British driver’s first oval race.
Fuzzy’s Vodka will leave Ed Carpenter Racing as a title sponsor ahead of the 2019 IndyCar Series. Despite this, team owner Ed Carpenter is confident of the team’s position going forward.
Ed Jones has secured a part-time drive in the 2019 IndyCar season after Ed Carpenter Racing announced a deal between themselves and Scuderia Corsa. Jones will drive on the road courses and street circuits.
Despite showing flashes of great speed throughout his debut season of IndyCar racing, Jordan King has been dropped by Ed Carpenter Racing for 2019. The British driver has said that he is now pursuing opportunities with other teams for next year, potentially not in IndyCar.
Marcus Ericsson has stated that he is actively pursuing an IndyCar seat for 2019. The Swedish driver has been replaced by Antonio Giovinazzi at Alfa Romeo Sauber F1 Team.
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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.
Ryan Hunter-Reay took victory in the final race of the 2018 IndyCar season at Sonoma Raceway. The American led every lap of the race from pole position, whilst Scott Dixon came home in second place and took advantage of a lap one incident for Alexander Rossi to secure his fifth championship.
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.
This weekend, the 2018 Verizon IndyCar Series championship will be decided, with Scott Dixon, Alexander Rossi, Josef Newgarden and Will Power fighting it out to be crowned champion at Sonoma Raceway.
Takuma Sato won the 2018 IndyCar Grand Prix of Portland after fending off a late-race challenge from Ryan Hunter-Reay. Championship leader Scott Dixon finished fifth after being caught in a crash on lap one.
Will Power has taken pole position for the 2018 Verizon IndyCar Series Grand Prix of Portland after a superb performance in qualifying. The Penske driver was three-tenths clear of his nearest rival, team-mate Josef Newgarden.
The Verizon IndyCar Series has returned to Portland International Raceway, with Sebastien Bourdais and Will Power finishing as the fastest drivers in the opening two practice sessions.
Verizon IndyCar Series points leader, Scott Dixon, will start on pole position for this weekend’s race at Gateway after qualifying was cancelled due to rain. Alexander Rossi will line-up second.
Alexander Rossi and Andretti Autosport implemented a superior strategy to take victory in the 2018 Verizon IndyCar Series Honda Indy 200 at Mid-Ohio yesterday. Rossi dominated the race from pole position.