Marcus Ericsson will leave Ganassi after four seasons in their IndyCar line-up and join Andretti alongside Colton Herta and Kyle Kirkwood in 2024.
Marcus Ericsson was left fuming after narrowly missing his chance to score a second consecutive victory in the Indianapolis 500.
Scott McLaughlin capitalised on a mistake from Romain Grosjean, who led nearly two-thirds of the race, to win in Alabama.
Andretti driver Romain Grosjean won pole ahead of recent Barber Motorsports Park race winners Alex Palou and Pato O’Ward.
Andretti’s newest driver held off Romain Grosjean and Marcus Ericsson for his first IndyCar win in the prestigious Long Beach street race.
Josef Newgarden won a head-to-head, wheel-to-wheel fight for victory with Pato O’Ward in Sunday’s Texas 375 at Texas Motor Speedway.
Felix Rosenqvist qualified on pole for the Texas 375 at Texas Motor Speedway – his second consecutive pole at the 2.4-kilometre, 1.5-mile superspeedway.
Marcus Ericsson won a chaotic start to the IndyCar season in St Petersburg after crashes wiped out many drivers and misfortune struck Pato O’Ward in the final laps.
F1 veteran Romain Grosjean leads F1 hopeful Colton Herta to the green flag for tomorrow’s IndyCar season-opener in St. Petersburg.
Andretti is seeking a move into F1, but hasn’t won an IndyCar title for more than an decade. Will that change in the new season which starts this weekend?
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Alex Palou won the final IndyCar race of 2022 but Will Power became champion for the second time despite a superb charge by rival Josef Newgarden.
Will Power took a record-breaking pole position at Laguna Seca, while his title rivals Josef Newgarden and Scott Dixon were knocked out in the first round of qualifying.
Marcus Ericsson led the IndyCar championship by 35 points after his Indy 500 win but goes into this weekend’s finale with only an outside chance of taking the title.
A third win of the season for Scott McLaughlin kept his slim title hopes alive but second placed Will Power leads by 20 points heading into the season finale.
Scott McLaughlin and Will Power will share the front row for IndyCar’s penultimate race of the season after a six-place grid penalty drops Josef Newgarden to eighth.
Josef Newgarden scored his fifth win of the season in the St. Louis 500 at Gateway Motorsports Park, and took a major leap forward towards his third IndyCar title.
IndyCar points leader Will Power secured a record-equalling 67th career pole position in qualifying for the 500km oval race at Gateway.
Scott Dixon won from 14th on the grid with a damaged car, thrusting himself into championship contention as Will Power and Marcus Ericsson were among many to hit trouble in Nashville.
Marcus Ericsson will start from the same place he won from last year in the IndyCar Music City Grand Prix – down in 18th place, behind his main title rivals.