Rossi Earns More Than $2.5 Million For Indianapolis 500 WinAlexander Rossi earned $2,548,743 for winning the 100th running of the Indianapolis 500.
Rookie Driver Rossi Stretches Gas To Win Indy 500In the biggest race of his life and as a rookie driver to boot, Alexander Rossi almost ran out of gas. Instead, he outlasted his faster rivals and his fuel tank for a stunning victory in the historic 100th running of the Indianapolis 500.
Castroneves Still Chasing 4th Indy 500 VictoryAsk him what it would be like to win a record-tying fourth Indianapolis 500 and Helio Castroneves assures that it would mean more to him than any other victory in his nearly two-decade career.
Castroneves Knows Goal Of IndyCar ChangesHelio Castroneves has no desire in being airborne and upside down again. Neither does IndyCar, which is making changes in hopes of preventing those kinds of scary flips at high-speed tracks.
Welcome To Texas: Texas Motor SpeedwayEverything's bigger in Texas. It's a popular saying that holds true for a lot of things, including our sports facilities. And there are none bigger than the Texas Motor Speedway in Fort Worth.
Texas Motor Speedway Announces 2016 Race Schedule2016 year will also be the venue's 20th anniversary.
IndyCar Continues Quest For Safer Way To RaceEvents from this season have put safety front and center once again in the IndyCar world.
Dixon Snatches IndyCar Championship Away From MontoyaScott Dixon captured a fourth IndyCar championship by winning the season finale Sunday to snatch away the title from Juan Pablo Montoya.
IndyCar Heads To Finale After Wilson's DeathJustin Wilson died Monday night from his injuries sustained during a crash, just four years after Dan Wheldon was killed in a horrific crash during the IndyCar season finale.
IndyCar Driver Justin Wilson Dies From Head InjuryIndyCar driver Justin Wilson has died from a head injury suffered when a piece of debris struck him at Pocono Raceway. He was 37.
IndyCar Driver Justin Wilson In Coma After Wreck At PoconoIndyCar driver Justin Wilson is in a coma and in critical condition after sustaining a head injury when he was hit by a large piece of debris that broke off a car in the crash-filled race at Pocono Raceway.
IndyCar Conduct Code Limits Driver CriticismIndyCar CEO Mark Miles has followed through on a promise to curtail criticism of the series that he believes to be damaging with the creation of a new conduct code.

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