Grosjean Says He Needs to Hit the Gym After First IndyCar Test

It didn’t take long for Romain Grosjean to realize he might need to head to the gym to get ready for the 2021 NTT IndyCar Series season, Grosjean, who is making the move from Formula 1 to IndyCar this season, got his first taste of an Indy car during a

Grosjean plans to wear helmet designed by his children

Romain Grosjean plans to wear the helmet design that his children originally designed for his final Formula 1 race when he tests an IndyCar for the first time. The Frenchman revealed the unique helmet over the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix weekend in the wake of him being forced out of

Coyne partners with Rick Ware for two IndyCar entries

Dale Coyne Racing announced today that it is entering into a collaboration with Rick Ware Racing for a full-time entry and a part-time entry in the 2021 NTT IndyCar Series. Following Wednesday’s announcement that Ed Jones will pilot the #18 Dale Coyne Racing with Vasser Sullivan-Honda, Coyne has revealed that his

Coyne ‘would love to have’ Grosjean on 2021 IndyCar team

Dale Coyne says he would “love to have” ex-Formula 1 driver Romain Grosjean join his IndyCar team for the 2021 season, and is targeting an announcement next week. After losing his F1 drive with Haas last October, Grosjean confirmed that he was exploring options in a number of other championships,

“No worries” for Jones as he returns to IndyCar

Ed Jones, who will race the Dale Coyne Racing with Vasser Sullivan-Honda in this year’s IndyCar championship, says he’s confident he can quickly get up to speed, including on ovals. Although Jones enjoyed some of his best performances in oval races in his first two seasons of IndyCar racing, spent

IndyCar Team Boss Dale Coyne Says He’d ‘Love to Have’ Romain Grosjean

NTT IndyCar Series team owner Dale Coyne still has a little work to do to finish out his lineup card for the 2021 season. And former Haas F1 driver Romain Grosjean is, indeed, on what is a not-so-short list at Dale Coyne Racing for the team’s remaining open seat. On

IndyCar: Andretti car count TBD, but Herta remains committed

Marco Andretti’s decision to withdraw from full-time IndyCar competition does not affect Bryan Herta’s commitment to the Andretti Autosport-Honda team, despite joint ownership of the #98 entry. Andretti announced on Friday that he was going to pursue other opportunities within motorsport while remaining with his father Michael’s team for the

Former IndyCar Champion Alex Zanardi Is Reportedly Speaking Again

Welcome to The Grid, Road and Track’s quick roundup of the auto industry and motorsports news you should know this morning. Alex Zanardi Is Reportedly Speaking Again Months after getting hit by a truck while hand-cycling, Alex Zanardi seems to be making a remarkable recovery. The Drive brought our attention

GP of Long Beach to be IndyCar season finale in 2021

IndyCar’s 2021 Acura Grand Prix of Long Beach has been rescheduled for Sunday, Sept. 26 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, officials from IndyCar announced today. The move from the event’s traditional April date creates a three-race west coast swing to conclude the 2021 NTT IndyCar Series championship, beginning at Portland

Grosjean can ‘put fear aside’ for Indy 500 bid

Haas Formula 1 driver Romain Grosjean says he can “put fear aside” if he commits to racing in the Indy 500 next year. Both Grosjean and his teammate Kevin Magnussen are talking to IndyCar teams about drives in 2021 after being dropped by Haas. Grosjean insists he has high hopes