IndyCar released a revised schedule, with the Grand Prix of Monterey cancelled due to COVID-19 and dates added to current weekends.
Sky Sports F1 will broadcast all seventeen races of the upcoming 2019 NTT IndyCar Series to UK viewers. The UK coverage deal between IndyCar and Sky Sports is set to last for the next few seasons.
Mark Miles, CEO of IndyCar’s parent company, has confirmed that talks are ongoing regarding a potential return to Surfers Paradise in 2020.
COTA will host its first IndyCar race in 2019. The circuit was announced as a part of the reveal of the full 2019 IndyCar Series calendar, with COTA hosting the second of seventeen races held from March to September.
Iowa Speedway’s Verizon IndyCar Series event will once again be run under the lights at night as of 2019. The Series announced today that night racing will return, with the circuit’s president excited for the potential of great on-track action.
WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca will return to the IndyCar Series calendar from 2019. The Monterey, California circuit will be the host of the IndyCar Season Finale for at least the next three years.
An eighteenth race for the 2018 season is still possible, with a race at the Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez in August being negotiated by Mark Miles.
The calendar for the 2018 Verizon IndyCar Series season has been announced, with sixteen of the venues from 2017 returning.
Stefan Wilson was set to compete in the sixth Andretti Autosport car in the 101st Indianapolis 500, but he selflessly gave up the drive to allow Fernando Alonso to race.
Mike Miles believes it is amazing that Fernando Alonso will make his IndyCar debut in this years Indianapolis 500.
Bryan Clauson has passed away aged twenty-seven due to injuries suffered in a horror crash racing midget cars last weekend.
Honda and the Verizon IndyCar Series have announced a new multiyear deal for the engine supplier to remain in the championship.