Gabe Perrin - May 25, 2022

One year after Helio Castronoves’ record-tying fourth Indy 500 victory, IndyCar returns to the oval at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway for the 106th running of the Indianapolis 500-Mile Race. After a long two weeks of testing, practice and qualifying, the race known as “The Greatest Spectacle In Racing” is finally upon us. For the 106th […]

Indy Open Test
Gabe Perrin - Apr 22, 2022

4,318 laps around the historic Indianapolis Motor Speedway, by 32 different drivers for 11 different teams. That is what we saw over the past two days as cars tested around the 2.5 mile oval in preparation for next month’s Indianapolis 500. Who excelled? What happened? Who has the advantage? Read on to find out all […]

Tucker White - Apr 11, 2022

As Josef Newgarden left the media center, Saturday, a reporter from the Los Angeles Times stopped him at the stairs to ask him a bizarre question. “‘Hey, Josef,’” he said, “‘Josef’ — *points to him in post-race press conference* it’s this dude — he goes, ‘Josef, one question: At what point does Colton Herta check out […]

Oliver Askew Formula E Exclusive Interview
Nathan Reynolds - Mar 15, 2022

After success in the IndyCar series, Oliver Askew is taking on the mantle as the first American driver in Formula E since 2015. In 2019, Askew dominated the Indy Lights series. That season he won seven races, seven poles and had 15 podiums (out of 18 races). His championship for Andretti Autosport launched him into […]

Nam Nguyen - Feb 28, 2022

Three-time Australian V8 Supercars champion Scott McLaughlin started his second IndyCar campaign with a bang at St Petersburg, FL. Scott McLaughlin’s Good Start Scott McLaughlin scored his maiden pole with a stunning lap in the dying seconds of qualifying. Having been the only driver to break the 1-minute barrier in Practice 2, the Kiwi delivered […]

Kyle Funderburk - Apr 25, 2021

Colton Herta led all but three laps in the Firestone Grand Prix at St. Petersburg to win his first-ever street course race in the NTT IndyCar Series. Despite a pair of late-race cautions, the Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg was never in doubt. Colton Herta drove a precise and flawless race to win the […]

Tucker White - Apr 18, 2021

And just like that, NASCAR reaches the quarter-mark of the season. Sunday was the first of multiple weekends featuring the NASCAR Cup Series, the NTT IndyCar Series and Formula 1. All three gave us stories to discuss. With his victory at Richmond Raceway, will Alex Bowman take the next step in his development? Martin Truex Jr. channeled […]

Alexander Rossi dominates, IndyCar Cancels Detroit
Connor Ferguson - Apr 6, 2020

Amid concerns of the COVID-19 crisis that is spreading across America, the NTT Data IndyCar Series had planned on starting its 2020 campaign with its annual Detroit doubleheader weekend. Now, instead, the series has decided to cancel the event since the outbreak in Detroit has been especially bad. IndyCar Cancels Detroit, Releases updated schedule “We’re […]

Scott McLaughlin
Connor Ferguson - Apr 4, 2020

Scott McLaughlin didn’t have to directly pass Sage Karam for the NTT Data IndyCar Series iRacing victory at Barber Motorsports Park on Saturday, but he certainly stole the show. When it looked like Karam was going to speed away with another victory, McLaughlin stayed focused, found some luck, and rode a unique strategy to the win. “I […]

Sage Karam
Connor Ferguson - Apr 3, 2020

A week ago in the NTT Data IndyCar Series’ first iRacing event of the COVID-19 crisis, Sage Karam was far and away the class of the field. He’ll try and replicate that success in the second online race for the series, with this one being televised. Sage Karam tries to repeat iRacing Success at Barber The IndyCar […]

Indianapolis 500 Re-Scheduled
Connor Ferguson - Mar 26, 2020

Amid concerns of the unpredictable COVID-19 virus, sporting events across the nation have come to a hault – the latest update has seen the Indianapolis 500 re-scheduled to August. After talks over the past two weeks, since the postponement of the first portion of the season from IndyCar, the series had planned on doing everything […]

Dan Wheldon
Connor Ferguson - Mar 24, 2020

Dan Wheldon was the driver that got me into IndyCar racing. He was every where.I saw him on the side of the building when my family would take trips to the new Target that was built down the road from our house. I saw him gracing a full page ad for the IndyCar series in […]

Racing Re-watches
Connor Ferguson - Mar 19, 2020

Dear readers, It’s a confusing time. It really is. It’s a fast moving one. The news cycle is constantly refreshing. At the same time, a week ago seems like a month ago. We want to help get through that, and maybe give ourselves a little bit of relief in the process. We intend to keep […]

NASCAR drivers
Connor Ferguson - Mar 14, 2020

Nearly everything has been cancelled. NASCAR. IndyCar. Formula 1. All had planned on racing this Sunday prior to the country’s concern – or lack thereof, at the time – of the COVID-19 virus. That is until the news arose that Utah Jazz star Rudy Gobert tested positive for it, the NBA suspended its season, and […]

Low downforce
Tucker White - Mar 13, 2020

The back page of the New York Post says it all. Column: the back page says it all. — Mike Vaccaro (@MikeVacc) March 12, 2020 It started Wednesday in Oklahoma City, when an NBA game between the Utah Jazz and the Thunder was postponed, because Jazz center Rudy Gobert tested positive for the coronavirus. […]

Aeroscreen technology
Connor Ferguson - Oct 1, 2019

The NTT Data IndyCar Series came to an end last Sunday at Laguna Seca, but a new chapter for the series is starting this Wednesday. In a press release sent out on Monday, INDYCAR confirmed that it would be hosting its first test for the new Aeroscreen technology that was developed by Red Bull Racing […]

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Tucker White - May 25, 2022

Five hundred feet. Ryan Blaney was roughly 500 feet from taking the checkered flag, Sunday, at Texas Motor Speedway, when the caution flew for Ricky Stenhouse Jr. hitting the wall in Turn 2. Unlike a normal race weekend, the All-Star Race must finish under green. Even by NASCAR standards, this edition of the All-Star Race was […]

Charles Leclerc on Pole in Spain
Sam Pearce - May 25, 2022

After a tense qualifying battle, it will be Charles Leclerc on pole in Spain. He stormed to pole in Q3 as Max Verstappen couldn’t respond as he suffered more reliability issues in his Red Bull. Aston Martin Woes Continue Despite a heavily modified car that has a little nod to the Red Bull design, the […]

Tucker White - May 25, 2022

After Sunday’s race, I’m driving to Kansas Speedway to cover its NASCAR Cup Series playoff race in September. The Advent Health 400 gave us 23XI Racing’s best overall performance, outside of a restrictor plate race. Moreover, a bunch of drivers cut their left-rear tires. Finally, I think it’s safe to say the NextGen car has […]

Tucker White - May 25, 2022

Kurt Busch stopped his car down pit road at Kansas Speedway, where 23XI Racing team owner Denny Hamlin reached into his car to embrace and congratulate him. “It’s huge,” Hamlin said. “I’m so proud of Kurt and Bubba (Wallace) as well. It was the culmination of a strong drive for the elder statesman of the NASCAR […]

Tucker White - May 25, 2022

I felt like a kid, again, as I watched William Byron run his throwback scheme in the lead at Darlington Raceway. Driving an homage to Jeff Gordon’s DuPont flames car, Sunday, Byron edged out Joey Logano on the final restart, and put him in the wall in Turn 2. “We were really close off of (Turn) […]

Jamie Chadwick
Nathan Reynolds - May 25, 2022

The third season of the W Series kicks off this weekend with a massive doubleheader at the brand new Miami Grand Prix. There are big expectations and aspirations as the all-female racing series enters its biggest season to date. Two-time reigning champion Jamie Chadwick returns to defend the mantle as the only driver to take […]

Tucker White - May 25, 2022

Historically, the bottom line on restarts is the kiss of death at Dover Motor Speedway. For the last 24 hours, however, Chase Elliott used it to conquer the Monster Mile. On the final restart of the postponed by rain DuraMAX Drydene 400 with 53 laps to go, Elliott powered ahead of Ross Chastain into Turn 1, […]

Tucker White - May 25, 2022

If you’ve got a personal day, Monday, use it. NASCAR postponed the remainder of the DuraMAX Drydene 400 to Monday, after rain halted the Cup Series race at Dover Motor Speedway on Lap 79. It didn’t let up and more cells followed it on the radar. It’ll restart Monday at noon. FOX Sports 1 will […]