IndyCar rivals Juncos Hollinger Racing and McLaren have announced they plan “to enter a strategic alliance” starting in 2024.
After the pain of losing his Formula 1 drive mid-season, Nyck de Vries tells RaceFans why he chose 2023 strugglers Mahindra for his bid to win another Formula E title.
Mahindra have revealed an all-new Formula E line-up for 2024, with Nyck de Vries and Edoardo Mortara joining the team on multi-year deals.
Kyle Kirkwood has secured his place on the IndyCar grid for 2024 and beyond after signing a new multi-year contract with Andretti.
IndyCar plans an immediate return to Texas Motor Speedway after leaving the track off its 2024 calendar due to a clash with the Olympics.
IndyCar has finalised its calendar for the 2024 season, which most notably will feature the return of the Milwaukee Mile oval.
World Endurance Championship title holder and Le Mans 24 Hours winner Ryo Hirakawa has joined McLaren’s driver development programme.
Former F1 racer and 2022 Formula E world champion Stoffel Vandoorne will join Peugeot’s hypercar effort for the next WEC season.
McLaren team principal Andrea Stella has confirmed Pato O’Ward will test for the team again during and after the 2023 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.
Chip Ganassi Racing have announced they will expand their IndyCar squad to five full-time cars for 2024, adding an entry for rookie Kyffin Simpson.
Williams has expanded its young driver development programme to six members with the addition of karter Oleksandr ‘Sasha’ Bondarev.
IndyCar’s ‘dead rubber’ season finale at Laguna Seca was anything but dull as it was interrupted by eight caution periods. Why did chaos break out?
Marcus Armstrong says consistent points-scoring was key to winning IndyCar’s Rookie of the Year title despite missing five of the 17 rounds.
After eight safety car interventions, Scott Dixon overcame an early penalty to win the IndyCar season finale at Laguna Seca.
IndyCar will stage a non-championship race at the Thermal Club before next season, with a $1 million (£800,000) prize for its winner.
Toyota survived a messy start to the Six Hours of Fuji to chase down Porsche Penske and take a home one-two finish in Japan.
Days after announcing his move from McLaren to Meyer Shank, Felix Rosenqvist will start on pole position for the Grand Prix of Monterey.
Toyota took a home pole for the Six Hours of Fuji thanks to Kamui Kobayashi in the number seven ahead of its sister car.
David Malukas has signed a multi-year contract to race for McLaren, taking over the seat Alex Palou turned down.
The IndyCar championship may be decided but there is still a lot at stake in the final round at Laguna Seca this weekend.