James Hinchcliffe was a natural in front of the camera the very first time he stepped into a broadcast booth more than a decade ago. His charisma and quick wit made him one of IndyCar's most popular drivers and a runner-up on “Dancing with the Stars.”
James Hinchcliffe, one of IndyCar's most popular drivers, said Tuesday he is stepping away from full-time racing in the series.
The 34-year-old Canadian said he is not retiring and will explore other types of racing.
Alexander Rossi has tried to stop dwelling on his bad days, a necessary self-improvement chore when the last great day was two years ago.
Rossi races Sunday at Road America in Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin, site of his last victory in 2019.
James Hinchcliffe will return to Andretti Autosport for a full IndyCar season, a huge recovery after the popular Canadian cobbled only six races together last year...
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Marco Andretti led a Honda rout on the first day of Indianapolis 500 qualifying — a session dominated by Andretti Autosport and Honda as Team Penske was shut out of pole contention...
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (AP) — The Latest on the IndyCar season-opening race at St. Petersburg (all times local):
Josef Newgarden has won the IndyCar season-opening race to continue Team Penske's strong start to the motorsports season.
MADISON, Ill. (AP) — IndyCar driver Robert Wickens was breathing without medical assistance and began speaking with his family Saturday for the first time since his harrowing wreck at Pocono Raceway.