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Al Unser Jr. is in trouble with the law again and because of that has been suspended by INDYCAR officials.
Unser, a former winner of the Indianapolis 500 as a driver, was arrested near his home in New Mexico early Thursday morning on reckless driving and alcohol-related charges.
According to reports, Unser was clocked by sherriff’s deputies [...]
Two-time and reigning Indianapolis 500 champion Dan Wheldon insists the six-week testing program he has undertaken for the IZOD IndyCar Series 2012 prototype chassis has made him “a more complete race car driver.”
Idle competitively since winning the 100th anniversary edition of the Indy 500 on May 29, Wheldon will return to the series this weekend [...]
Following a series of private tests and an undisclosed amount of laps, the 2012 IZOD IndyCar Series prototype chassis is scheduled to go public today at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
Dan Wheldon, two-time/reigning Indianapolis 500 champion, will wheel the Dallara chassis powered by a twin-turbocharged Honda V-6 engine around the 2.5-mile IMS layout during the car’s first [...]
Andretti Autosport and Chevrolet announced today that the auto manufacturer will provide the Andretti Autosport entries with its new Chevy IndyCar V-6 racing engine for the 2012 IZOD IndyCar Series.
Andretti Autosport, led by team owner and CEO Michael Andretti, has recorded 39 victories in the IZOD IndyCar Series dating back to the team’s entry into [...]
Championship contenders Will Power, Dario Franchitti and Scott Dixon are scheduled to punch the clock for a full, eight-hour day of IZOD IndyCar Series testing today at Kentucky Speedway.
The 1.5-mile oval in Sparta, Ken., will play host to the series’ penultimate race – the Kentucky Indy 300 – on Oct. 2, with the season-ending IZOD [...]
Pole-sitter Scott Dixon held off the relentless Will Power on a restart with two laps left to win Sunday’s Indy Japan: The Final and remain a factor in a revised IZOD IndyCar Series championship chase.
A self-described “stupid move” and the resulting avoidable contact penalty levied against three-time/reigning series champion Dario Franchitti just before halfway [...]
By John Sturbin | Senior Writer
Scott Dixon is the one-and-only IZOD IndyCar Series pole-winner on Twin Ring Motegi’s oval and road course, and the two-time driver’s champion will attempt to become the lone race-winner on both during Sunday’s Indy Japan: The Final.
Dixon, driver of the No. 9 Target Chip Ganassi Racing Dallara/Honda, posted a hot [...]
A comprehensive report prepared by Dr. Terry Trammell for members of the IZOD IndyCar Series traveling to Twin Ring Motegi for this weekend’s road-race concluded that the trip to Japan may expose participants to an increased level of radiation “unlikely to pose a long-term health risk.”
But the report also noted that “numerous aftershocks continue throughout [...]
Randy Bernard is confident the IZOD IndyCar Series’ final scheduled race at Twin Ring Motegi this weekend will be contested in a safe environment, despite concerns voiced by superstar Danica Patrick over lingering radiation levels and earthquake aftershocks in Japan.
“If I did (have concerns), I wouldn’t be sending everyone,” Bernard said during a teleconference from [...]
By John Sturbin | Senior Writer
The $5 million carrot INDYCAR boss Randy Bernard has been dangling in front of the world motorsports community since March will be chased solely by Dan Wheldon at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
Wheldon, the two-time/reigning Indianapolis 500 champion, was introduced Tuesday as the lone non- regular series driver approved to compete [...]