Next year’s Verizon IndyCar Series car made its debut Monday at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
Veteran Indy car drivers Juan Pablo Montoya and Oriol Servia have been named by IndyCar to perform testing duties for the universal Dallara aero kit to be used by all Verizon IndyCar Series teams starting in 2018.
Schmidt Peterson Motorsports announced Friday that Jon Flack has joined the organization’s executive team.
In a shock announcement on Wednesday, Schmidt Peterson Motorsports confirmed that 27-year-old Colombian Sebastian Saavedra will pilot the No. 7 Lucas Oil Schmidt Peterson Motorsports Honda in this weekend’s Honda Indy Toronto.
Being the last car out to qualify Saturday afternoon paid dividends for Will Power, who captured the Verizon P1 Award for the Iowa Corn 300 at Iowa Speedway.
Entering Sunday’s KOHLER Grand Prix, Scott Dixon had never led a lap in three prior Verizon IndyCar Series starts at the picturesque 4.014-mile Wisconsin road course.
Helio Castroneves reached a level only a select few have in Indy car history by taking the Verizon P1 Award in today’s qualifying for the KOHLER Grand Prix at Road America.
A race that many drivers expected to be relatively mundane turned into a high-speed thrill ride at the recently-reconfigured Texas Motor Speedway, with Will Power surviving the Saturday night chaos for his second Verizon IndyCar Series win of the year.
Charlie Kimball sped to the first pole of his Verizon IndyCar Series career on Friday, claiming top qualifying honors in record time for the Rainguard Water Sealers 600 at Texas Motor Speedway.
Tristan Vautier has been selected to drive the No. 18 Dale Coyne Racing Honda in Saturday’s RainGuard Water Sealers 600 at Texas Motor Speedway, filling in for the injured Sebastien Bourdais.
IndyCar officials have announced that longtime partner Dallara Automobili will manufacture the universal bodywork kit that will fit the current Dallara IR-12 chassis for the 2018 Verizon IndyCar Series season.
Check out photos from Saturday’s opening race of the Verizon IndyCar Series Chevrolet Detroit Grand Prix, held at Belle Isle Park and won by Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing’s Graham Rahal!