Alexander Rossi continued his recent resurgence in the IndyCar Series by capturing pole for this weekend’s Grand Prix of Road America.
Will Power held off Alexander Rossi for a close victory in the final race around the Belle Isle Street Circuit.
Josef Newgarden became the seventh different pole sitter of 2022 and will start up front for the final race around the Belle Isle Street Circuit.
Romain Grosjean was one of several Indianapolis 500 newcomers who ended their day in the wall, but one who didn’t was controversially overlooked for top rookie honours.
A late penalty for Scott Dixon opened the door for Marcus Ericsson, who held off Pato O’Ward in a final-lap shootout to win the Indianapolis 500.
Will Scott Dixon take an overdue second win? Could Helio Castroneves seal a record fifth? And how will Romain Grosjean fare on his debut? IndyCar’s biggest race is this weekend.
Scott Dixon scored his fifth career Indianapolis 500 pole position, with a record-breaking four-lap run averaging 234.046 mph (376.661 kph).
Rinus VeeKay led the first day of qualifying for the Indianapolis 500 while rookies Romain Grosjean and Jimmie Johnson made the cut for the pole position shoot-out.
Colton Herta won Saturday’s Grand Prix of Indianapolis in wet conditions, leading 50 laps in a rain-shortened race littered with cautions.
Testing for next month’s Indianapolis 500 began yesterday with 32 drivers in action at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, including seven rookies.
Alex Palou stunned IndyCar by grabbing the title in his second season. To defend his crown, he’ll have to beat the series’ largest and strongest field for years.
Seven-time NASCAR Cup series champion Jimmie Johnson will continue in IndyCar next year for his first full-time campaign.
Alex Palou claimed the first IndyCar win of his career in his first race for Ganassi as the 2021 championship began at Barber Motorsports Park.
Romain Grosjean is one of three big new names in IndyCar this year. But he faces a tougher task to win races than Jimmie Johnson and Scott McLaughlin.
Domination by one driver was the name of the game in F1 in the first half of the decade. Michael Schumacher and Ferrari swept all before them as he won five consecutive drivers’ championships. But that sort of thing doesn’t happen in NASCAR, where every race is decided by a slipstreaming battle to the chequered … Continue reading NASCAR feels the Michael Schumacher effect thanks to Jimmie Johnson
Jimmie Johnson won the NASCAR title for the third year in a row last week. In the past six years he’s also been runner-up twice, in 2003 and 2004. He doesn’t fit the NASCAR stereotype of a drawling redneck: Johnson is from California and flies to races in a Gulfstream jet. He’s also clearly one … Continue reading Jimmie Johnson is NASCAR’s #1 again – but how would he fare in Formula 1?