Scott Dixon scored his second consecutive IndyCar victory with a brilliant tactical drive in the Gateway 500, while Josef Newgarden crashed out of championship contention.
Scott McLaughlin was quickest in qualifying for today’s IndyCar race at Gateway but his Penske team mate Josef Newgarden will start from pole position.
Qualifying for the IndyCar Gateway 500 has been postponed after persistent rain fell at the oval on Saturday.
Last weekend’s IndyCar race was always going to be a landmark one for Scott Dixon – then he scored a surprise, record-extending victory.
Scott Dixon held off Graham Rahal to win the Brickyard Grand Prix at Indy, after a first-lap incident which inflicted critical damage to Josef Newgarden’s slim title hopes.
Graham Rahal and Christian Lundgaard will start on the front row for the Brickyard Grand Prix at Indy tomorrow, after Rahal captured his first IndyCar pole position in over six years.
Will a new, more “basic” version of Nashville’s street circuit make for a better venue for IndyCar’s season finale when it replaces Laguna Seca last year?
Kyle Kirkwood drove to his second win of the IndyCar season, holding off pole winner Scott McLaughlin to win the Music City Grand Prix in Nashville.
Scott McLaughlin took pole position for this weekend’s Music City Grand Prix with a blistering final lap in qualifying.
Josef Newgarden shaved 37 points off Alex Palou’s monstrous IndyCar points lead at Iowa Speedway, and looks poised to make yet another late-season run at the championship with five races remaining.
Josef Newgarden completed a sweep of both IndyCar races at Iowa and gained more ground on championship leader Alex Palou.
Josef Newgarden led 129 laps on the way to his fifth career IndyCar win at Iowa Speedway, while championship leader Alex Palou finished in eighth place.
Will Power swept both pole positions for this weekend’s double-header at Iowa Speedway. He and team mate Scott McLaughlin will share the front row for both races.
After a disappointing loss at the 24 Hours of Le Mans, Toyota got back to its winning ways and spoiled Ferrari’s homecoming at the Six Hours of Monza.
Toyota struck back against Ferrari in qualifying for the Six Hours of Monza, claiming pole position by just 17 thousandths of a second.
Palou, Power and McLaughlin were just a handful of the drivers not too happy with Benjamin Pedersen at the Indy 200 as he resisted being lapped.
Palou led a one-two for Ganassi ahead of Scott Dixon, extending his IndyCar points lead to 110 points after pit lane misfortune for Colton Herta.
Second-generation drivers Colton Herta and Graham Rahal claimed the front row at Mid-Ohio, while Simon Pagenaud missed qualifying after a huge crash.
Colton Herta had arguably his best race in over a year yesterday, but his fifth-place finish at Road America came as little consolation after he led the majority.
Alex Palou’s win at Road America stretched his lead to 74 points but the 2021 series champion isn’t taking a second title for granted.