Robert Wickens has made his return to a race track after completing two parade laps prior to yesterday’s IndyCar race in Toronto, Canada.
Simon Pagenaud has won the 2019 NTT IndyCar Series Honda Indy Toronto from pole position. The Frenchman held off a late-charge from Scott Dixon to win, with Alexander Rossi completing the podium in Canada.
Will Power and Colton Herta took the fastest times in the two practice sessions prior to tomorrow’s 2019 NTT IndyCar Series Grand Prix of Indianapolis on the IMS road course. Power led the way in session one, with Herta taking over the reins in session two.
The NTT IndyCar Series will be back on track this weekend for the season-opening 2019 Grand Prix of St. Petersburg in Florida. Ahead of the first race of the season, catch up on everything you need to know with our preview for St. Pete.
The start of the 2019 NTT IndyCar Series is just around the corner. Before the season-opening Grand Prix of St. Petersburg on Sunday, March 10, take a look at everything you need to know in The Checkered Flag’s season preview.
Formula 1Season Review
In a season where every single driver scored a point and new contenders emerged amid a fascinating midfield tussle, top performing drivers may be dismayed to see how far down they are in the season rankings…
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?
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.
Former NASCAR and IndyCar champion Tony Stewart has admitted that he is reconsidering his potential return to the Indy 500 following Robert Wickens’ crash at Pocono earlier this year.
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 The Swedish driver has been replaced by Antonio Giovinazzi at Alfa Romeo Sauber F1 Team.
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.
The NTT IndyCar Series gets back on track this weekend for the 2019 Grand Prix of Indianapolis. The all-important month of May is now upon us, so catch up with everything you need to know ahead of this Saturday’s fifth race of the season.
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.
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.
Robert Wickens has confirmed that he is a paraplegic following his accident at Pocono Raceway in August. The Verizon IndyCar Series driver has stated that he is a long way off being able to walk unassisted.
Andretti Autosport’s Verizon IndyCar Series driver, Ryan Hunter-Reay, had arguably his greatest race weekend performance in last Sunday’s 2018 season finale at Sonoma Raceway. The American was quickest in practice and in all three qualifying sessions before going on to win the race with the most laps led.