Alexander Rossi races to second straight Long Beach win
LONG BEACH, Calif. (AP) — Alexander Rossi weaved his scooter through a horde of pedestrians and deftly maneuvered around the sun-drenched fans still partying in the streets of Long...
LONG BEACH, Calif. (AP) — The Latest on the Grand Prix of Long Beach (all times local):
Alexander Rossi has become the first driver in 12 years to win back-to-back on the...
Paul Tracy has no taste for ‘vanilla’ IndyCar racing
TORONTO (AP) — Paul Tracy wants drivers to get a little nastier.
Back when he was racing, Tracy was famously involved in dustups, notably with fellow drivers Alex Tagliani and Sebastien Bourdais, going so far as to criticize them for keeping their helmets on during confrontations.
Hinchcliffe and Wickens team for Canadian IndyCar lineup
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Schmidt Peterson Motorsports will field an all-Canadian lineup next season as James Hinchcliffe returns to the IndyCar team alongside Robert Wickens.
Hinchcliffe signed a multi-year contract extension with the team, while Wickens will be making his IndyCar debut. The duo marks the first all-Canadian lineup in North American open-wheel racing since Paul Tracy and Patrick Carpentier drove for Forsythe Racing in Champ Car in 2004.
TORONTO (AP) — James Hinchcliffe wants nothing more than to win his hometown race.
After a third-place finish last year, the Canadian IndyCar driver said there are still changes to be made to his car before Sunday's race.
"We didn't win the race, so you can always make it better," Hinchcliffe said. "That's what we've tried to do. But if we've gone in the wrong direction, which is easy to do when the field is this competitive, we can fall back on that other set up that was reliable from last year."
Column: Penske dominates season of promise for IndyCar
SONOMA, Calif. (AP) — It was the year of Roger Penske in IndyCar. No team came close to stopping Team Penske's march to the top of the standings.
Scott Dixon wins IndyCar pole at Watkins Glen
WATKINS GLEN, N.Y. (AP) — Scott Dixon has been the man to beat at Watkins Glen International since IndyCar began racing again at the historic road course just over a decade ago. He still is.
Finding Carl Haas in an IndyCar garage was a simple matter of looking for the man with the cigar. His name was just as easy to spot in the record books as well.
Haas, co-founder of Newman-Haas Racing with late actor Paul Newman, has died. He was 86.
His company, Carl Haas Automobile Imports Inc., posted a statement on its website Thursday saying Haas died on June 29 at his home surrounded by family.
Newman-Haas established itself as one of the most successful...