Continuing our analysis of the 2020 NTT IndyCar Series season's big preseason questions, we reach the nearly-guys of the last two years at Andretti Autosport. Alexander Rossi, Ryan Hunter-Reay and Colton Herta are all championship caliber, so team COO Rob Edwards explains what it will take for Michael Andretti's team to defeat Penske and Ganassi.
Analyzing the big topics ahead of the 2020 NTT IndyCar Series season, Rinus VeeKay appears to have the potential to steer Ed Carpenter Racing back to Victory Lane for the first time in four seasons. Does he feel the same way?
Analysis of the big IndyCar questions of 2020 continues with the subject of James Hinchcliffe who lost his ride last fall, but may have struck gold with a sponsor that can help him land a dream drive. The Canadian star explains the situation.
Team Penske president Tim Cindric has confirmed that Supercars champion Scott McLaughlin’s test at Sebring yesterday was more than just a novelty one-off and that the team is investigating the possibilities of the 26-year-old making his IndyCar race debut this season.
Ben Hanley will start the Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg for DragonSpeed, as the team seeks to extend its participation in the 2020 NTT IndyCar Series, but the team may change drivers during its part-time season.
The former Arrow Schmidt Peterson Motorsports team hasn’t just rebranded for 2020: the whole team has been revamped, and one of the key figures within the new structure is R&D engineer and race engineer, Craig Hampson. David Malsher explains why.
The Indianapolis Motor Speedway Hall of Fame nominating committee has announced that drivers Gil de Ferran and Janet Guthrie, along with broadcaster Paul Page, are in the running for this year’s induction.
Penske Corporation, which last November was revealed as purchasing Indianapolis Motor Speedway, the NTT IndyCar Series and IMS Productions, has today announced it has completed the acquisition of all three entities.