Christopher DeHarde

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Telitz keeping himself busy after solid USF2000 season

Aaron Telitz’s season highlights in the 2015 Cooper Tires USF2000 Championship Powered by Mazda would be satisfactory for many drivers.

Rayhall trying to build a future in IndyCar

Sean Rayhall has won two Indy Lights races in his rookie season this year.

Jani “not happy” with third car issue in three races

Porsche World Endurance Championship star Neel Jani was left ruing his luck, along with teammates Romain Dumas and Marc Lieb, after being robbed of a likely win at Austin on Saturday night.

Ed Brown takes a wild ride at COTA

ESM's Ed Brown suffered a brake failure during the FIA WEC 6 Hours of Circuit of the Americas.

Porsche GTLM duel ends in disagreement

Patrick Pilet and Wolf Henzler fought tooth and nail over the final spot on the GTLM podium at COTA.

Audi drivers not worried by Porsche's advance

They have may have seen their WEC points lead eroded by Porsche lately, but all-star Audi trio Andre Lotterer, Marcel Fassler and Benoit Treluyer aren't panicking yet, as they tell Christopher DeHarde.

Webber in upbeat mood at COTA following maiden victory

After scoring his first FIA WEC victory last time out at the Nurburgring in Germany, the ex-F1 ace is full of confidence. He spoke with Christopher DeHarde.

SCCA to sanction Formula 4 championship

SCCA will run the U.S. FIA Formula 4 championship in 2016.

Victory a breath of fresh air for Hunter-Reay and Andretti

Ryan Hunter-Reay won for the first time this year at Iowa Speedway, going back-to-back in that race.

Hunter-Reay prevails in wild 300-lapper at Iowa

Ryan Hunter-Reay returns to Victory Lane while the points leader crashes and tempers flare between front-runners.

Championship leader Montoya crashes out at Iowa

The championship outlook has changed, but the Colombian maintains control at the top.

Chilton dominates en route to emotional Indy Lights win

Max Chilton took the first Indy Lights win of his career in commanding style at Iowa, dedicating the victory to former Marussia teammate Jules Bianchi.

All-Brazilian front row at Iowa

Helio Castroneves and Tony Kanaan will share the front row for tonight's IndyCar race at Iowa Speedway.

Defending Iowa winner Hunter-Reay reflects on 2015 struggles

Ryan Hunter-Reay is running out of time to end this season on a high note.

Coletti learning what it takes to race ovals

The Monaco driver continues to learn and adapt as he tackled his second IndyCar oval race.

Scott Dixon wins at Texas

Chip Ganassi Racing went 1-2 in the second oval race of the 2015 IndyCar season.

Foyt looking to put more pressure on his drivers

A.J. Foyt wants better results to come out of his two-car operation, which has struggled to be competitive in 2015.

Crafton victorious at Texas

Matt Crafton has won for the third time this season, padding his championship lead.

Truck competitors support concept of a driver council

Following the Sprint Cup driver's lead, CWTS competitors are in support of having their own council.

Will Power leads Penske 1-2-3 in Texas qualifying

Will Power and Simon Pagenaud topped the speed charts in IndyCar qualifying.

Honda left searching for more after Indianapolis

Drivers react to the ongoing battle between Chevrolet and Honda and how they stacked up in the Indy 500.

Penske and Ganassi control Indy 500 at halfway point

Penske and Ganassi cars hold every spot inside the top seven at the 100 lap mark.

Scott Brayton's nephew looking to settle unfinished business at Indy

Hunter wants to finish what his uncle started, 20 years ago at Indianapolis.

Making it as a single-car team in IndyCar

Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing and Bryan Herta Autosport are making it work as one-car teams.

Bourdais: "Did anyone really believe this was safe?"

Sebastien Bourdais wants people to 'stop making assumptions that what we do is safe.'

IndyCar race on streets of Boston set for next year

The Grand Prix of Boston is set to be a new addition to the IndyCar calendar for 2016.

“You’d be worried if (Rahal) was in a Chevy" - Will Power

Honda has struggled to match the pace of Chevrolet ... Well all, except one.

Despite podium result, Rahal and Montoya upset with lap traffic

Both drivers sounded off on Josef Newgarden when he held up the race leaders during the GP of Indy.

Hawksworth ready for a challenge

The Hondas have struggled this weekend at Indianapolis, but that hasn't stopped Jack Hawksworth from being optimistic.

Jamin makes last lap pass on Eidson to win USF2000 at Indy

Nico Jamin stole the win away from Eidson on the final lap.

Tan victorious at Indianapolis

The first Pro Mazda race of the weekend is complete.

Juncos Racing setting up shop in Indy

Juncos Racing has announced its plans to build a $3,000,000 facility on Main Street in Speedway Indiana.

Mazda Road to Indy arrives home

All three series in the Mazda Road to Indy will be racing as support races for the Angie’s List Grand Prix of Indianapolis and all three have had very different paths to this point. Let’s take a brief review of all three championships.

Newgarden breaks through for first IndyCar win at Barber

Josef Newgarden has finally breached that glass ceiling and earned his maiden IndyCar victory.

Montoya and Kimball disagree, both critical of race control

After a frantic IndyCar race at Barber, multiple drivers were left with something to say when the checkered flag flew.

Pigot sweeps Indy Lights at Barber

Spencer Pigot won both Saturday and Sunday's race at Barber.

Castroneves leads Penske trio in Barber qualifying

Helio Castroneves will lead the field to the green flag for the second consecutive IndyCar race.

Davison wins controversial one-lap shootout, drivers react

More upset drivers following today's PWC action at Barber.

Wilson walks away with Barber victory

Kris Wilson was able to capitalize on small errors from those in front of him.

Sound-off: Drivers involved give their take on race-ending crash spoke with all three drivers involved in the multi-car accident that ended the IndyCar race at NOLA.

Can single car teams cut it in IndyCar?'s Christopher DeHarde talks with those drivers on single car teams campaigning in the IndyCar season this year.

Montoya awarded NOLA pole as rain washes out qualifying

JPM spun during the small portion of qualifying that was completed, but he has no complaints now.

Kanaan leads Chevrolet-dominated practice to kick of NOLA weekend

The track may be different, but the results are the same ... Chevrolet is fast.

Dixon puzzled by faulty air jacks

Scott Dixon finished a disappointing 15th in the season-opening event at St. Pete.

Montoya gives his take on Ambrose troubles, wanting too much too soon?

Juan Pablo Montoya spoke with about the difficulty in transitioning from one form of motorsport to another.

Kimball and Rahal not seeing eye-to-eye after St. Pete collision spoke with both drivers, who can't seem to agree after today's race.

Montoya wins IndyCar season opener after late-race duel

Penske teammates went head-to-head in Southern Florida.

Winglet debris puts IndyCar race under caution one lap in

Debris has been scattered all over the track, yet, no major incident has taken place three cautions into the season opener.

Hinchcliffe looking forward to new season with new team spoke with James Hinchcliffe about his new home.

Foyt rises as the strongest Honda team in St. Pete

Takuma Sato was the only Honda driver to make the Fast 6.

Team Penske sweeps top four spots in St. Pete qualifying

Will Power kicks off 2015 where he left off in 2014 ... On top.

Nate Stacy moves to Volvo for Touring Car campaign in Pirelli World Challenge

15 years old and contending for a professional motorsports. No big deal.

Penske has an advantage with fourth team, says Power

Simon Pagenaud and Will Power spoke with about Penske's 2015 chances and their interesting past together.

Top 20 moments of 2014, #4: NASCAR's new Chase works...too well

Looking back over the top 20 moments of 2014, we could not help but mention the new Chase for the Championship format that saw fist fights, brawls and a lot of on track action too.