Power Wins Wild IndyCar Race At Texas Under CautionPower, who led 180 of the 248 laps, was the leader when Dixon got wrecked by Takuma Sato, and finished ahead of Tony Kanaan, who other drivers and at least one owner blamed for a big crash earlier that led to a nearly 31-minute red flag.
IndyCar Drivers Calmer In Texas After Long Beach Tempers Kanaan and IndyCar points leader Will Power were among 18 drivers taking part in an open Firestone tire test Wednesday at Texas Motor Speedway
Kanaan Close To His Bucking Bulls In TexasTony Kanaan is close to his bucking bulls this week. Kanaan owns two bulls, and keeps them on a ranch in Stephenville, about 100 miles away from the Texas Motor Speedway.
TTYM: The Indy 500 Winner Buzz and Why You Should Never Eat At A StadiumTara Lipinsky brings you some of the most interesting sports stories you may not have heard about in That Thing You Missed.
Kanaan Shares Indy Win With Son In BrazilTony Kanaan will have to get a duplicate trophy made for his Indianapolis 500 victory if he wants one for himself. Kanaan promised to give his trophy to his son in Brazil.
Kanaan Gets Elusive Indy 500 VictoryTony Kanaan won his first Indianapolis 500 on Sunday, ending 12 years of frustration with a crowd-pleasing victory for the popular Brazilian driver.
IndyCar Drivers Insist They Will Race In TexasSeveral IndyCar drivers dismissed any notion of boycotting the Texas Motor Speedway, and said the entire issue has been blown out of proportion.