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Needing a strong final push to challenge for the IndyCar championship, Scott Dixon can't ask for a much better opportunity than this. In third place in the standings with three races remaining, Dixon will start from the front Sunday at Mid-Ohio, the track where he has won five...
IndyCar president of competition Derrick Walker took the fall Thursday for technical issues that have plagued the series this year and said he'll resign his position at the end of the season. Walker will stay on for the final three races of the season, which ends Aug. 30 in...
Mark Miles (L) and Derrick Walker (Photo: IndyCar) IndyCar has followed through on a promise to curtail criticism of the series with the creation of a new conduct code. The five-point bulletin issued Tuesday is labeled under "Detrimental Competitor Conduct" and stems from last...
Team Penske's baffling lack of success at Iowa Speedway culminated with an awful performance Saturday night. But points leader Juan Pablo Montoya remained in control of the championship race despite his first big bad break of the season. Andretti Autosport driver Ryan Hunter-...
Ryan Briscoe escaped serious injury in this spectacular crash that ended the race. (Photo: Icon) Organizers in every motorsport try to walk a fine line between creating fast, entertaining racing and keeping drivers and riders safe. Finding that middle ground is particularly...
Ryan Briscoe's car tumbles in a violent crash late in the race. (Photo: Icon) Graham Rahal avoided a penalty despite driving out of pit road with part of his fueling mechanism attached and held on through a wild finish for his second career IndyCar victory. Any other day, that...
Scott Dixon won on the street course at Sonoma last season and took the checkers on the streets of Long Beach this spring. To complete a California sweep, he'll have to win at a place where hasn't before: Auto Club Speedway in Southern California. "You always want to win, no...
What a difference one race made. Josef Newgarden took the lead on the 72nd lap and never relinquished it, finishing 1.4485 seconds ahead of teammate Luca Filippi at the Honda Indy Toronto. And the 1-2 effort in the 85-lap event over the 1.755-mile, 11-turn Exhibition Place...
Will Power recorded the fastest lap time late in the qualifying session at Honda Indy Toronto on Saturday. He completed the 1.755-mile, 11-turn Exhibition Place street circuit in 59.4280 seconds and will start from the pole position Sunday. It was his 41st career pole position...

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