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.
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.
Will Power held off Alexander Rossi for a close victory in the final race around the Belle Isle Street Circuit.
A late penalty for Scott Dixon opened the door for Marcus Ericsson, who held off Pato O’Ward in a final-lap shootout to win the Indianapolis 500.
Will Scott Dixon take an overdue second win? Could Helio Castroneves seal a record fifth? And how will Romain Grosjean fare on his debut? IndyCar’s biggest race is this weekend.
Scott Dixon scored his fifth career Indianapolis 500 pole position, with a record-breaking four-lap run averaging 234.046 mph (376.661 kph).
Rinus VeeKay led the first day of qualifying for the Indianapolis 500 while rookies Romain Grosjean and Jimmie Johnson made the cut for the pole position shoot-out.
Colton Herta won Saturday’s Grand Prix of Indianapolis in wet conditions, leading 50 laps in a rain-shortened race littered with cautions.
Testing for next month’s Indianapolis 500 began yesterday with 32 drivers in action at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, including seven rookies.
Alex Palou stunned IndyCar by grabbing the title in his second season. To defend his crown, he’ll have to beat the series’ largest and strongest field for years.
Rinus Veekay, who lies fifth in the IndyCar championship standings, will miss this weekend’s race at Road America after he was injured in a cycling accident.
A spectacular collision with a flying wheel ended Conor Daly’s hopes of winning Sunday’s Indianapolis 500 after the Carpenter driver led more laps than any of his rivals.
Scott Dixon took his fourth Indy 500 pole, leading the fastest field in the race’s history ahead of young stars Colton Herta and Rinus VeeKay.
Rinus VeeKay says Indianapolis 500 success is a realistic target after scoring his first victory and ending Ed Carpenter’s five-year wait for a win.