Castroneves back in Indy car in Alabama test
Team Penske gave Helio Castroneves one of its seats in Tuesday's test at Barber Motorsports Park so Castroneves can start learning the new Indy car in preparation for the Indianapolis 500.
A.J. Foyt attacked again by bees, hospitalized
Four-time Indianapolis 500 winner A.J. Foyt was briefly hospitalized after an attack by Africanized killer bees he encountered while working on his ranch. Foyt had a similar incident in 2005 when he sustained 200 stings to his head alone.
Wickens to debut in IndyCar on St. Pete pole
In a new car and on a slick racing surface, rookie Robert Wickens snatched the pole away from Will Power for IndyCar's season-opening race through the streets of St. Petersburg.
Danica teams with Ed Carpenter for Indy 500
Danica Patrick let it slip Wednesday that she'll drive for Ed Carpenter Racing in May's Indianapolis 500, the final race of her career.
IndyCar's first on-track test of windscreen prototype.
Four-time Verizon IndyCar Series champion Scott Dixon tested the windscreen prototype at the ISM Raceway in Arizona.
Proposed IndyCar windscreen passes first test
Next up in testing is a ballistics test, when researchers will find out just how much the screen can take from small, medium and large size debris.
PNC Bank signs on as Dixon's primary sponsor
Four-time IndyCar Series champion Scott Dixon will have PNC Bank as his primary sponsor for his Chip Ganassi Racing car this season.
Vasser, Sullivan back in IndyCar after year off
Jimmy Vasser and James Sullivan have returned to IndyCar after a one-year absence in a partnership with Dale Coyne Racing.
J. Sneva, former Indy 500 ROY, dies at 69
Jerry Sneva, who finished 10th at the Indianapolis 500 in 1977 and made five career 500 starts, died Saturday in Indianapolis.
Townsend Bell's home robbed during race
Townsend Bell's home was burglarized and the bulk of his racing memorabilia was stolen while he competed in the Rolex 24 at Daytona.
Chip Ganassi Racing snares 200th overall win
Veteran team owner Chip Ganassi was more interested in celebrating Sunday's GT Le Mans class victory at the Rolex 24 At Daytona than reflecting on the 200th overall win for his organization.
IndyCar unveils 2018 race car
IndyCar unveiled its race car for the 2018 season during a presentation Tuesday at the North American International Auto Show.
Multicircuit champion Dan Gurney dies at 86
Dan Gurney, who was crowned in IndyCar, NASCAR Cup, Formula 1 and Le Mans, has died at age 86 of complications from pneumonia.
Indy 500 trophy off to Japan, leaves U.S. for first time
The Borg-Warner Trophy is headed to Tokyo for a 15-day tour of festivities for Takuma Sato, the first Japanese winner of the Indy 500.
Indy 500 trophy leaves U.S. for first time
The Borg-Warner Trophy has left the United States for the first time in its 82 years to celebrate Takuma Sato's Indianapolis 500 victory in his native Japan.
Danica announces 2017 final season as full-time driver
Patrick plans to run the "Danica Double" and will be a part of the 60th running of the Daytona 500 at Daytona International Speedway in February and the 102nd running of the Indianapolis 500 at Indianapolis Motor Speedway in May.
IndyCar champ Newgarden tests new Chevys
IndyCar Series champion Josef Newgarden was among the first to test the new Chevrolets at Texas Motor Speedway on Wednesday. Newgarden believes the sleeker cars with new universal aero kits look more like an open-wheel car.
Loni is latest Unser in the driver's seat
Loni Unser, a sophomore at the University of Colorado, got a late start in auto racing. But the latest in a long line of racing royalty is showing promise as she takes steps toward becoming a full-time professional driver.
Top rookie Ed Jones joins Chip Ganassi Racing
Ed Jones, coming off a season in which he was named IndyCar's rookie of the year, is joining Chip Ganassi Racing next season. He'll pair with Scott Dixon as Ganassi downsizes to a two-car team.
Kanaan to race for AJ Foyt in IndyCar next year
Former Indianapolis 500 winner Tony Kanaan will join AJ Foyt Racing next season to drive the No. 14 Chevrolet in IndyCar.
Report: Organizer of IndyCar race sues Boston
Former Boston Grand Prix CEO John Casey has filed a lawsuit in Suffolk Superior Court seeking $15.5 million in damages from the city of Boston over his group's attempt to hold an IndyCar race in the city, WGBH-FM reports.
State officials mull future of Detroit Grand Prix
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources is considering whether to allow the annual Detroit Grand Prix to continue on Belle Isle after its current five-year contract expires after the 2018 race.
Ganassi moving to 2-car IndyCar team in 2018
Chip Ganassi Racing, which has fielded four teams in IndyCar over the past several years, will downsize to two cars in the series next season in a decision Ganassi said "was best for our business."
Newgarden wins IndyCar title; 15th for Penske
Josef Newgarden won the IndyCar championship Sunday at Sonoma Raceway, finishing second in the race to Team Penske teammate Simon Pagenaud.
Newgarden snags pole to boost lead over Dixon
Josef Newgarden heads into Sunday's season finale with a four-point lead over Scott Dixon, thanks to his blistering qualifying run that put him on the pole at Sonoma.
Veteran F1 photographer Mark Sutton talks ESPN through his favourite shots from Brazil and Abu Dhabi
Maurice Hamilton argues that animosity between Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg is to expected and its up to Mercedes to deal with the repercussions.
ESPN assistant editor Nate Saunders explains why closed cockpits are not a straightforward solution to fatal accidents in motor racing.
ESPN rounds up the best radio soundbites from the Belgian Grand Prix.