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In the wake of Dan Wheldon’s death at Las Vegas Motor Speedway last Sunday, Darrell Waltrip says he hesitates to “second-guess” the IndyCar Series’ decision to race there – but that it was probably a bad idea.
“I know those guys were apprehensive going into that race,” says Waltrip, a retired three-time NASCAR champion who early […]
The field for this weekend’s Armor All Gold Coast 600 in South East Queensland, Australia, has been finalized with the addition of English driver Darren Turner as a replacement for the late Dan Wheldon.
A two-time/reigning Indianapolis 500 champion, Wheldon was killed Sunday in a crash during the season-ending IZOD IndyCar Series Las Vegas Indy 300 […]
By John Sturbin | Senior Writer
FORT WORTH, Texas – As so often happens during a group interview, there was a question I really wanted to ask Dan Wheldon one-on-one before we ran out of time.
This was on Tuesday, May 31, two days after Wheldon’s improbable victory in the 100th anniversary edition of the Indianapolis 500. […]
By Deb Williams | Senior Writer
CONCORD, N.C. – Despite auto racing’s worldwide existence, it is a small community and when tragedy strikes, as it did with Indianapolis 500 winner Dan Wheldon’s death in Sunday’s IndyCar Series season finale, it is felt by every series competitor and sanctioning body.
“Those of us walking around the garage today, […]
By Jim Pedley | Managing Editor
Some random, rambling thoughts after having a day and a night to think about the death of driver Dan Wheldon at Las Vegas Motor Speedway on Sunday:
– The uh-oh response in the gut hit me as I watched the IndyCar field come out of Turn 2 at LVMS on the […]
Just when you think the worst is in the past, the sport rears up and shows you it’s never going to be truly safe.
SAFER Barriers, head and neck restraints, crushable panels, Kevlar construction, none of that technology is enough to keep race drivers completely safe.
Now the open-wheel division of the sport has claimed the […]
By Jim Pedley | Managing Editor
Driver Dan Wheldon was killed in a horrific wreck that occurred just after the start of Sunday’s season-ending IndyCar Series race at Las Vegas Motor Speedway on Sunday.
Fifteen cars were involved in the wreck. Several launched high into the air and some burst into flames during the wreck, which occurred […]
Rival IZOD IndyCar Series team principals Mike Hull and Tim Cindric will spend Sunday afternoon trying to outwit one another as Dario Franchitti and Will Power decide the 2011 driver’s championship during the Las Vegas Indy 300 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
Hull, managing director of Target Chip Ganassi Racing, hopes to guide Franchitti to his […]
Tony Kanaan won the pole for Sunday’s season-ending IZOD IndyCar Series race in Las Vegas on Friday.
The two drivers competing for the series championship – Will Power and Dario Franchitti – qualified 17th and 18th respectively at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
“It feels awesome,” Kanaan said. “It has been awhile. I guess I’ve got to do […]
Quite used to generating headlines by merely showing up at a “friggin’^” racetrack, Danica Patrick let her numbers do some meaningful talking during the opening practice for Sunday’s season-ending IZOD INDYCAR World Championships presented by Honda.
Patrick – making what will be her 116th and final IndyCar start as a series regular for the forseeable future […]