There Are 19,872 IndyCar Championship Outcomes Between Scott Dixon and Josef Newgarden

Scott Dixon has the clearest path to the IndyCar Series championship on Sunday on the Streets of St. Petersburg, but it’s not mathematically impossible that Josef Newgarden could complete the greatest comeback ever. IndyCar officials say there are 19,872 different scenarios between the two drivers, but the math is extremely

IndyCar Is Still Going Hybrid With More Than 900 HP in 2023

Forgive it for being said, but IndyCar’s hybridized, higher-performing new generation of engines were starting to look like a pipe dream. They were first supposed to come out next year as bigger, 2.4-liter versions of the current twin-turbo V6 formula, and when hybrid tech was added to the mix, that

COVID-19 Is Still the Elephant in the Room For IndyCar, NASCAR, Racing Schedule-Makers

This week, NASCAR and IndyCar put out their much-anticipated 2021 racing schedules. IMSA unveiled its 2021 slate earlier in September. NHRA is among the racing series taking a wait-and-see attitude toward it’s 2021 schedule. NASCAR and IndyCar, in particular, made some bold, some might say exciting, changes. Among the changes,

Two Major Race Weekends for Belle Isle in Detroit in 2021

Belle Isle in Detroit will be hosting not one, but two race weekends in 2021. After losing its race weekend in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic that affected so much of the racing schedule this past summer, Belle Isle race organizers announced on Thursday that the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar

Texas to host IndyCar double-header in May 2021

Texas Motor Speedway will hold two NTT IndyCar Series races next year, and the event has been brought forward to the first weekend of May. The 1.5-mile oval in Fort Worth, TX, will run the Texas 300 on Saturday, May 1, and the Genesys 300 on May 2. Texas Motor

Scott Dixon’s IndyCar Title Lead Narrows after Mid-Ohio Rookie Mistake

A ‘rookie mistake’ by Scott Dixon on Sunday at the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course likely means the IndyCar championship battle will come down to the last race next month in the Grand Prix of St. Petersburg. Dixon could only muster a 10th place finish on Saturday after a subpar qualifying

IndyCar Mid-Ohio: Power claims 60th pole for Race 1

Team Penske-Chevrolet’s Will Power claimed his third pole of the season, his fifth at Mid-Ohio and the 60th of his career when unusually Group 1 proved the faster. Traditionally, the 2.258-mile Mid-Ohio course gets ever quicker as more rubber goes down rapidly but Power’s top time from Group 1 –

Sept. 10-13 Weekend Racing Blowout: What, Why and Where to Watch on TV

Last week’s Formula 1 Italian Grand Prix taught us all a lesson when it comes to racing. You just never know. You think you know. But you don’t know. Pierre Gasly’s F1 win from seemingly out of nowhere was a welcome wake-up call to racers everywhere who call themselves underdogs

Jimmie Johnson Inks 2-Year IndyCar Deal with Chip Ganassi Racing

Jimmie Johnson has signed a two-year deal to race in the NTT IndyCar Series for Chip Ganassi Racing. The seven-time NASCAR Cup Series champion is in his final full-time season in that division and has completed a test at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Road Course with Ganassi in July. Johnson,

Jimmie Johnson to IndyCar with Ganassi for two-year program

Seven-time NASCAR Cup Series champion Jimmie Johnson is aiming to make the switch to IndyCar in 2021, and has announced he has joined forces with Chip Ganassi Racing. Johnson, who turns 45 this month, has raced full-time in NASCAR since 2002 and has become one the sport’s most successful drivers