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Chevrolet will replace the engines in all 11 of its V-6-powered IZOD IndyCar Series entries prior to the start of on-track activities this weekend for Sunday’s 38th annual Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach. The decision was made following the tear-down and inspection of an engine that experienced an issue during an IndyCar-sanctioned test Monday [...]
INDYCAR officials have announced that the No. 7 Lotus Dragon Racing entry driven by Sebastien Bourdais and the No. 27 Andretti Autosport car driven by James Hinchcliffe have been slapped with 10-grid position penalties for Sunday’s 38th annual Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach, the result of unapproved engine changes pursuant to rules 15.3.1 and [...]
By John Sturbin | Senior Writer
Rules revisions relevant to pit road and lapped traffic during IZOD IndyCar Series road and street-course races will go into effect beginning with Sunday’s 38th annual Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach.
Beaux Barfield, INDYCAR president of competition, announced Monday that pit road will be open from the outset of non-emergency full-course [...]
The week-long racing drought is about to succumb to a deluge of high profile events. Fenders, no fenders, lots of turns, no turns. Almost everybody who races for a big paycheck is in action this coning weekend and that’s terrific.
Assuming our current understanding of physics is correct in that nobody can be in two places [...]
By Jim Pedley | Managing Editor
As far a dreams and aspirations go, Bryan Clauson’s were pretty general. “I just wanted to race for a living,” he says. After that, all options would be considered.
Which is good. Because in these times of an economy in tatters and of automobile racing in a state of flux, all [...]
By John Sturbin | Senior Writer
Former Indianapolis 500 champion Scott Dixon says target lap speeds in the 225 mile per hour range with the IZOD IndyCar Series’ new chassis/engine package aren’t necessarily a lock for “The Greatest Spectacle in Racing” next month – nor should they be.
“I think you got to stick to the important [...]
A big question surrounding the new DW 12 Dallara IndyCar chassis centered on its performance on ovals. On Wednesday, the Dallara’s new aerodynamic package was tested at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
Driver Tony Tony Kanaan described the new as “slick.” He said the Dallara chassis tested Wednesday was better than the chassis prototype he and Dario Franchitti drove [...]
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. – It’s not surprising to hear that IndyCar is angling to extend its current contract with the Barber Motorsports Park beyond the 2013 season. The combination of the Indycars, the Grand-Am series and springtime at the beautiful Alabama facility built by George Barber are clearly a winning
So which is most decisive: the racing [...]
Will Power gave Team Penske its second victory of the two-race-old IZOD IndyCar Series season Sunday when he won the Honda Grand Prix of Alabama at Barber Motorsports Park near Birmingham.
Power beat Scott Dixon on a restart with 16 laps left to get the victory.
Power’s victory comes one week after teammate Helio Castroneves opened the [...]
Helio Castroneves followed up his victory in the season-opening IndyCar Series race at St. Petersburg, Fla. last weekend with a pole victory Saturday at Barber Motorsports Park in Alabama.
The Team Penske driver covered the 2.3-mile road course at an average speed of 117.485 mph in his Chevrolet-powered Dallara.
James Hinchcliffe, driving the No. 27 Team GoDaddy.com [...]