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Technical changes bring wide-open racing to Pocono

Triple Crown: Pocono joins Indy and Fontana, California as the revived gems along with the three-wide flying start.

Missing Big Tex

A. J. Foyt has been missing from action this year; except for a few of the IndyCar races plus an appearance at Daytona.

Penske's Power assumes Iowa pole after Castroneves bumped

The confusing qualifying at Iowa has Will Power on pole.

Digging up Jimmy Hoffa in a cornfield in Iowa

Searching for the pole winner in Iowa might be as futile as finding the remains of Jimmy Hoffa

Castroneves wears the tall hat at Texas IndyCar race

Castroneves beat Ryan Hunter-Reay and Tony Kanaan in a Texas marathon.

Will Power locks up Texas Firestone 550 pole

The IndyCar series has returned to oval track racing, this time in Texas.

What's next for the 'Dinger?

With his contract with Penske now closed, what is next for A.J. Allmendinger?

Dale Coyne Racing on top in Detroit

Dale Coyne Racing found both its drivers on the podium after the first of two races in Detroit.

Franchitti and Conway win Indy Dual pole spots

Two qualifying sessions on Friday produced two pole-winners for the Indy Dual pair of races at Belle Isle in Detroit set for Saturday and Sunday.

Hildebrand firing only a temporary setback

Hildebrand may be down, but not out. The talented young driver will be back in the Indy Car series sooner rather than later.

This Indy 500 changes everything

Monday is the day the Indy 500 champion is busy with a photo shoot while and he was still beaming ear-to-ear while others reflect on what might have been.

Tristan Vautier ready for the biggest race of his career at Indy

The 2012 Indy Lights Champion moved up to the premier IndyCar series this year and will take the green flag for the first time in the Indianapolis 500.

Carlos Munoz does double duty in Dallara dream rides

Carlos Munoz has had a busy week leading up to Sunday’s Indianapolis 500.

Conor Daly crosses the Atlantic for Indy 500 run

The American racer is currently challenging for the GP3 Series championship but he returned to his native state to make his rookie debut in the Indianapolis 500.

You can outrun everyone but the sun

On Community Day at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, Sarah Fisher Hartman Racing's Josef Newgarden got the chance to explain the “Out Run the Sun” program.

Indianapolis 500: No such thing as an "Off Day"

While the sounds of IndyCars and their Honda and Chevrolet engines are silent at the famous Brickyard, the drivers remain busy.

Why Carpenter's great start makes a good finish

When Ed Carpenter decided to form his own team, he surrounded himself with those he knew could handled the job, and last year we saw the positive outcome - now to slay Goliath again!

A boost is not always a plus in IndyCar racing

Changes made by the INDYCAR chiefs will allow extra boost levels!

Forrest Lucas and Indianapolis share a mutual love of racing

It's a rags to riches story that could only happen in America, and it's a home-grown Hoosier whom is becoming a legend in his own time who has written it.

Back to the future for IndyCar's new competition and operations director

Derrick Walker commented in the press conference held at Indianapolis Motor Speedway yesterday that he has “… been around enough to see the good, the bad, and the ugly”.

Kurt Busch gets up to speed at Indy in Andretti Autosport Chevrolet Dallara

Kurt Busch, driver of the Furniture Row Racing Chevrolet in NASCAR, took the plunge at Indianapolis Motor Speedway when he climb into the cockpit of an IndyCar.

Sao Paulo IndyCar 300 delivers a knockout punch despite crash-prone preliminary rounds

If you missed the Sao Paulo IndyCar 300 you just might be kicking yourself.

How to get it right in an IndyCar

The first day of action on the street circuit in Sao Paulo saw the track record change four times over the course of the day.

IndyCar weekend brief: a fan's guide to the São Paulo Indy 300

The IZOD IndyCar teams arrived in the largest city of Brazil for this weekend's race on the street circuit in São Paulo

Changing the names is as right as rain in IndyCar

One of the most inspiring sights in motorsports is to witness the changing of the guard that is going on in the IndyCar Series.

Topsy-turvy emotions capped off the day in Alabama

After the IndyCar race on the road course in Birmingham, emotions ran high for the winner and several of his rivals from sheer happiness to disappointment.

Partners in racing, partners in life

A Texan and a Japanese: Two kindle spirits with one desire

Performance improvement and new track records mark opening of 2013 season

Tom Carnegie would be proud of today's IndyCar qualifying on the streets of St. Pete as the lap records kept falling.

Helmet to helmet: high tech chess game with big risks

Over the decades in motor sports, the safety of the racers has changed and the leader in field is of course the FIA as they set the standards worldwide.

Closeness is a given in IndyCar's 2013 season

It turns out that racing fans, in particular IndyCar ones, are rather predictable.

Rehabilitated Allmendinger gets second chance

Some may question Roger Penske and Tim Cendric on giving AJ Allmendinger a chance to prove he is ready to return to the team while others may praise their decision of putting him into an IndyCar.