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Ed Carpenter talks strategy with Josef Newgarden. (Photo: IndyCar) BACKGROUND After an offseason merger between Sarah Fisher Hartman Racing and Ed Carpenter Racing formed Carpenter Fisher Hartman Racing, the three owners bring three American drivers to the 99th Indianapolis 500...
BACKGROUND KV Racing is now entering its 13th season in the top levels of American open wheel racing, and the eighth season competing in IndyCar after making the transition from Champ Car. The 'K' and 'V' stand for Kevin Kalkoven and Jimmy Vasser, the latter having won the 1996...
BACKGROUND One of the most tradition-rich teams in the grid, although most of that tradition was established decades ago, Foyt has expanded its operations this season, adding Jack Hawksworth to Takuma Sato as full-time entrants, with veteran Alex Tagliani stepping in for the...
James Hinchcliffe carries the Schmidt-Peterson Motorsports banner into the 500. (Photo: IndyCar) BACKGROUND With three cars in the lineup for the 500, Owners Sam Schmidt and Ric Peterson come to Indianapolis Motor Speedway with three new drivers. Simon Pagenaud left SPM after...
A.J. Foyt on opening day at IMS. (Photo: IndyCar) It's May in Indianapolis and A.J. Foyt is sitting quietly inside his motor home. He's balancing a checkbook, watching the news and talking about current events - not exactly the image race fans have of one of the world's top...
Will Power came to Indianapolis chasing more than a double. He wants a clean sweep. After Saturday, the defending IndyCar champion is halfway home. Power led 65 of 82 laps in the Grand Prix of Indianapolis, holding off Graham Rahal for his first win of the season and first at...
Will Power signals his starting position in Saturday's Grand Prix at IMS. (Photo: IndyCar) Team Penske is overpowering the competition in Indianapolis - again. Now it's looking to make some more history. Defending series champ Will Power broke the Grand Prix of Indianapolis...
Simon Pagenaud has been a very busy driver thus far in May. (Photo: IndyCar) Simon Pagenaud has been one of the busiest drivers in Indianapolis all week. Somewhere between the seemingly endless media requests and all those extra sponsor appearances, he found enough time to...
Juan Pablo Montoya enters turn one on opening day of practice for the Indy 500. (Photo: IndyCar) Juan Pablo Montoya topped the speed chart at 226.772 mph Sunday in the first day of testing at Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Team Penske teammate Helio Castroneves was second at 226...

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