Juan Pablo Montoya roared back from some early damage sustained under caution to win his second Indianapolis 500 on Sunday.
The closest Jeff Gordon will ever come to leading the Indy 500 will be in the pace car.
Questions concerning the level of safety headed into the Indianapolis 500 continued to mount Monday after James Hinchcliffe was injured in a crash.
Helio Castroneves has been cleared and released from Indianapolis Motor Speedway’s infield medical center after his car went airborne in a spectacular crash Wednesday.
Four-time Indianapolis 500 winner A.J. Foyt is in stable condition at a Houston hospital following triple bypass surgery on his heart Wednesday.
Scott Dixon surged ahead with three laps left at Sonoma on Sunday, while Will Power recovered from a mid-race spin to finish 10th heading to the season finale.
The National Guard said Wednesday it will end its sponsorship of NASCAR driver Dale Earnhardt Jr. and IndyCar’s Graham Rahal, but it is not clear when that goes into effect.
Juan Pablo Montoya felt at home among a throng of his Colombian countrymen and fans in a very unique celebration spot. He detoured from the traditional Victory Lane party straight to the one thrown in his honor in the Pocono Raceway grandstands.
Not everything was bigger in Texas on a hot and humid weekend in which a pair of small IndyCar teams claimed the commemorative cowboy boots from the Grand Prix of Houston.
Ryan Hunter-Reay’s life has slowed down just a tad since winning the Indianapolis 500 a few weeks ago. He wouldn’t mind bouncing back from three disappointing finishes since his milestone victory.
Sebastien Bourdais was fined $10,000 and placed on probation for the rest of the season Wednesday for unsafe driving during last weekend’s IndyCar race in Texas.
The Indy 500 has always been the most important race on the schedule, the only one where a driver can reach transcendent status simply by being the first to cross the yard of bricks.