Latest articles by Mark Wilkinson
Flying cars, five-wide racing, hurt feelings, and a Rahal back in Victory Lane - All that and more highlighted this past weekend's wild 500-miler.
Mark Wilkinson is back with his 'five worthless opinions' regarding IndyCar's rain-marred doubleheader at Belle Isle.
Can the GP of Indy be given that "win at Indy" status or will it always be considered the little brother to the big show?
Mark Wilkinson looks at this past weekend's IndyCar race and how it sets up what he hopes will be an exciting Month of May.
Long Beach got away from the debris debacles of St. Pete, the weather woes of NOLA, but the on-track really didn't meet expectations.
Mark Wilkinson is back with his 'five worthless opinions' series.
With Jim Nabors hanging up the vocal cords ... Figuratively, we will have new singers and possibly a new tradition at IMS in 2015.
There are many unknowns concerning the 2015 IndyCar season.
Will Power led the field to the green flag, Scott Dixon took the checkered flag, and a lot happened in between.
With much of the IndyCar schedule looking like a street course series, will we see more in the future. Mark Wilkinson discusses where the money is for IndyCar
Part Three of Mark Wilikinson's three-part assessment of the Indianapolis 500.
Part Two of Mark Wilikinson's three-part assessment of the Indianapolis 500.
Part One of Mark Wilikinson's three-part assessment of the Indianapolis 500.
As an old IMS tradition ends, a new one begins.
Mark Wilkinson looks back on the Grand Prix of Indy and comes to the conclusion that they did a lot of things right, but also did a lot of things wrong.
I wrote the following for The Polk Street Review, Noblesville, Indiana’s best (and only) literary review. The book was divided into monthly sections this year, and because of my love for the Indy 500, I was asked to write about the month of May. It touches on a little more than just the race. If you grew up in small-town Indiana in the 1960′s, you will understand.
Thoughts from a seasoned IndyCar fan..take them or leave them.
Should IMS hold itself to one race a year for tradition's sake, or make money by attracting more races to its hallowed grounds?
Indycar, do we like the schedule or hate it?
IndyCar is approaching a one-make series with engine mandates...
What does NASCAR's big time contract with NBC mean for IndyCar?
The Farce of IndyCar: who is broadcasting this week?
The month of May 2014 cannot come fast enough for the fans.