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With a dominating drive on a day worth double points, Scott Dixon once again proved he is one of the greatest IndyCar drivers in open-wheel history. The New Zealander overcame long odds to grab his fourth championship by winning the season finale at Sonoma Raceway. The victory...
A heartbreaking week. A jaw-dropping final few laps. A tiebreaking finale. A familiar face hoisting the championship trophy. Scott Dixon captured his fourth IndyCar championship Sunday by winning the season finale to snatch the title from Juan Pablo Montoya. Montoya led the...
Reigning Verizon IndyCar Series champion Will Power reset his year-old track record in the Firestone Fast Six to earn the Verizon P1 Award and pace four of the six championship contenders who will start on the first three rows for the title-deciding GoPro Grand Prix of Sonoma...
Justin Wilson's race car will be back on track for the IndyCar season finale. Andretti Autosport announced Thursday that series veteran Oriol Servia will drive Wilson's No. 25 Honda at Sonoma Raceway this weekend. Wilson died Monday, a day after a piece of debris from another...
This kind of list makes David Letterman sick to his stomach and question his love of auto racing. The retired late-night comedian and IndyCar team co-owner rattled off a number racing deaths - Justin Wilson, Dan Wheldon, Paul Dana, Dale Earnhardt, Ayrton Senna, sprint car driver...
IndyCar announced Monday night that driver Justin Wilson, who enjoyed success in multiple motorsports series during a two-decade professional career, died today from a head injury sustained in the Verizon IndyCar Series race Aug. 23 at Pocono Raceway. He was 37. "This is a...
Juan Pablo Montoya's bid to stretch his points lead with two races left in the IndyCar season may have suffered a blow, with the Team Penske driver qualifying 19th for the race Sunday at Pocono Raceway. All the other open-wheel championship contenders will start well ahead of...
A.J. Foyt will miss the final two races of the IndyCar season following surgery to treat a staph infection in his right knee. The four-time Indianapolis 500 winner had surgery Aug. 10 on his artificial knee. He had a similar procedure in 2012 on his left knee. This latest...
Mikhail Aleshin will return to IndyCar competition nearly a year after he was injured preparing for the 2014 season finale. Aleshin will drive the No. 77 Honda for SMP Racing in the Aug. 30 season finale at Sonoma Raceway in California. He will also test the car Aug. 20 as a...

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