Ahhh. It’s time for a pause. One of those moments of reflection or something like that. People who practice yoga might consider it a time to get centered. Those who are taking a different path to enlightenment might feel it’s time to grab a beer and change the channel. Duly noted. One of the things …
Ryan Hunter-Reay made it two in a row with a convincing win at Iowa Speedway.
Justin Wilson, a driver not known for being an oval racer, took his Dale Coyne Racing entry to victory lane at Texas.
The DW12 will see it’s second outing on an oval when the IZOD IndyCar Series visits Fort Worth this weekend.
In a race that was eerily reminiscent of the 2010 Daytona 500, track-surface issues were the big story on a day which Scott Dixon otherwise dominated.
Dan Wheldon didn’t get a chance to defend his Indy win, so Dario Franchitti dedicated his victory to his friend and essentially defended it for him.
Good pit strategy, tire strategy and patience put Will Power in front, where he drove away for his second consecutive victory at Barber Motorsports Park.
Helio Castroneves in a Chevrolet beat Honda driver Scott Dixon to the line by 5.5292 seconds to win the Honda Grand Prix of St. Petersburg.
When JR Hildebrand hit the wall in the fourth turn while leading the last lap, Wheldon slipped by a couple hundred yards to win his second Indianapolis 500.
In a Nutshell: Scott Dixon took the pole for this race, his latest assertion that he is the driver to beat this year; and heading into the Indy 500, he gave no one any reason to think differently. Several drivers took turns at the front of the biggest event in open-wheel racing – including teammate …
1. Rumba, Anyone? – Two-time Indy 500 winner Helio Castroneves – better known to the general public as last year’s winner of the mega hit TV show Dancing With The Stars – seems to be interested in following such open-wheel standouts as Juan Pablo Montoya, Sam Hornish Jr., Dario Franchitti, Patrick Carpentier and AJ Allmendinger into the …