NEWTON, Iowa (AP) — At just 20, Sage Karam had already landed his dream gig with a seat in Chip Ganassi Racing's powerhouse IndyCar program.
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Conor Daly needed a solid Indianapolis 500 result to help jump-start his IndyCar career.
A top-10 finish can't hurt — and it might even lead to some more work this...
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — The pressure of making the Indianapolis 500 amped up considerably on "Fast Friday" as teams desperately searched for the speed needed to make the biggest race of the...
Conor Daly part of all-American Andretti lineup for Indy 500
Conor Daly has been chasing sponsorship money all across the country in a nonstop effort to continue his racing career. He's willing to drive anything, but the Indianapolis 500 is the priority.
NASCAR newbies Daly and Legge look to shine at Road America
ELKHART LAKE, Wis. (AP) — Two NASCAR novices are taking interesting spins around Road America this weekend.
Conor Daly and Katherine Legge traveled different paths to get ready for their first Xfinity series rides at the rural Wisconsin road course.
NASCAR Xfinity driver Conor Daly loses sponsorship
ELKHART LAKE, Wis. (AP) — Lilly Diabetes has pulled its sponsorship of Conor Daly's No. 6 car in the NASCAR Xfinity race at Road America, citing a racially insensitive remark made by the driver's father in the 1980s that surfaced this week.
Lilly said in a statement Friday that its sponsorship was intended to raise awareness for treatment options and resources for people living with diabetes.
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Alexander Rossi and Conor Daly could view the Indy 500 as another leg of "The Amazing Race."
The close friends and former reality TV teammates are starting side by side in the last row of the "Greatest Spectacle in Racing" — farther back than any previous winner. It's their first time competing against each other since racing around the world together seeking $1 million last fall. It's not the starting spot either wanted, but both have a chance to make history.
KANSAS CITY, Kan. (AP) — Conor Daly will make his NASCAR debut in August when he jumps from an IndyCar into a Ford Mustang for Roush Fenway Racing for the Xfinity race at Road America in Wisconsin.
The team announced Friday that Daly will join Ryan Reed and Wisconsin native Ty Majeski in a three-car entry for the race. All of them will carry Lilly Diabetes as the sponsorship on their car. Daly and Reed both have Type 1 diabetes. Majeski's grandfather also has Type 2 diabetes.
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — IndyCar driver Pippa Mann has been hired by Dale Coyne Racing to compete in this year's Indianapolis 500.
The Briton will be the fourth driver on the team, joining Sebastien Bourdais, Pietro Fittipaldi and Conor Daly. Mann will attempt to make her seventh career Indy start in the No. 63 car, sponsored by Donate Life Indiana.
Conor Daly gets Indy 500 ride with Dale Coyne Racing
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Conor Daly will drive for Dale Coyne Racing in this year's Indianapolis 500 in a joint entry with Thom Burns Racing.
The effort for the American driver also includes a partnership with the Air Force intended to help recruiting efforts at Indianapolis Motor Speedway and in the buildup to the May 27 race.
Daly is trying to make his fifth start in the Indy 500. He will be one of three drivers in the Coyne lineup.
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — No one needs a spotter to see this coming.
With former Indianapolis 500 champions Helio Castroneves and Tony Kanaan in the twilight of their racing careers and possibly driving their final IndyCar season, the open-wheel series is on the verge of a fairly significant shift.
Even IndyCar officials are braced for the change, having created a "What's Next" advertising campaign that puts several younger drivers in the spotlight.
AJ Foyt Racing hires Munoz, Daly as drivers for 2017 season
WALLER, Texas (AP) — AJ Foyt Racing will have two new drivers in 2017, Carlos Munoz and Conor Daly.
The team made the announcement Tuesday.
Munoz, a 24-year-old Colombian, will drive the No. 14 car after two runner-up finishes in four career Indianapolis 500 starts. He is considered one of IndyCar's rising stars and has one career win and one career pole.
LEXINGTON, Ohio (AP) — Simon Pagenaud didn't take the lead for good until the 85th of 90 laps when Conor Daly pitted for fuel, The Frenchman really won the race Sunday on a restart on Lap 66.
Pagenaud outraced Team Penske teammate Will Power to move ahead of him for good, and ended up beating the Australian by 4.16 seconds in the Honda Indy 200.
The pair nearly came together on the last of the 13 turns on the 2.2-mile at the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course during after...