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.
IndyCar finale more than just a championship race
Sunday's IndyCar finale at Sonoma comes down to four Gen-X veterans -- Scott Dixon, Helio Castroneves, Simon Pagenaud and Will Power -- trying to chase down millennial hotshot Josef Newgarden for the championship. Is this the changing of the guard?.
Dixon gunning for 5th IndyCar championship
The IndyCar season title was by no stretch a lock for Josef Newgarden. But when he hit the exit wall to pit road at Watkins Glen, it blew the championship race wide open and put Newgarden in the worst possible position.
Rossi holds off Dixon to earn 2nd career victory
Alexander Rossi won the IndyCar Grand Prix at The Glen on Sunday, holding off Scott Dixon. With the second-place finish, Dixon trimmed Josef Newgarden's points lead to three with one race to go.
Rossi captures IndyCar pole at Watkins Glen
Alexander Rossi won his first IndyCar pole Saturday at Watkins Glen International with a track-record time of 1 minute, 22.4639 seconds on his final lap, edging defending race winner Scott Dixon.
Indy 500 champ Rossi, Andretti reach deal
Alexander Rossi, who won the Indy 500 as a rookie in 2016, has reached a multiyear agreement with Andretti Autosport, it was announced Friday.
Andretti inks multiyear extension with Honda
Andretti Autosport has signed a multiyear extension with Honda. Andretti has captured three series championships with Honda, in 2004, 2005 and 2007.
Power, Team Penske sweep qualifying at Gateway
Will Power set a track record with a two-lap run of 47.4579 seconds at 189.642 mph, leading Team Penske to a four-team, two-row sweep in qualifying at Gateway Motorsports Park.
Bourdais returning 14 weeks after Indy crash
Sidelined 14 weeks since breaking his pelvis and right hip in a qualifying crash before the Indianapolis 500, veteran Sebastien Bourdais returns to action this weekend at Gateway Motorsports Park.
Power holds off Newgarden to win at Pocono
Will Power gave his championship run a serious boost on Sunday, as he held off Team Penske teammate Josef Newgarden to win the IndyCar race at Pocono Raceway for the second straight year.
Hunter-Reay cleared to race following wreck
Following a violent accident during qualifying that sent him to the hospital, Ryan Hunter-Reay has been cleared to drive in Sunday's IndyCar race at Pocono Raceway.
Hunter-Reay released from hospital after crash
Ryan Hunter-Reay limped to an ambulance and was taken to the hospital after his car slammed the protective soft wall and then hit the inside wall during IndyCar qualifying at Pocono. Hunter-Reay has been treated and released.
Bourdais gets medical clearance, 'let's go racing'
IndyCar driver Sebastien Bourdais, who has not raced since a scary crash at Indy in May, said he's gotten medical clearance to return. "All clear," he said. "Let's go racing!"
Bourdais hits track, eyes late-season return
Just 72 days after a frightening accident during qualifying for the Indianapolis 500, Sebastien Bourdais returned to the track, running 80 laps on the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course.
New IndyCars: High marks on 1st day of testing
After spending the day testing the sleek, stylish cars on Indianapolis' 2.5-mile oval, Juan Pablo Montoya and Oriol Servia left the opening day screening by insisting the cars run even better than they look.
'Boss' shut down Kyle Busch's Indy 500 run
Kyle Busch said Friday at Indianapolis Motor Speedway that his intention to compete in the Indy 500 wasn't approve by his boss.
Chilton 'honoured' to have led at Indy 500.
Max Chilton spoke with Jennie Gow about the differences between Indycar and Formula One.
SC Featured: Driver Clauson's legacy lives on.
Nine months after Bryan Clauson was killed in a racing crash, his family meets the recipient of his donated heart: a 63-year-old Army war veteran.
Pagenaud earns first 2017 IndyCar Series pole
Simon Pagenaud broke the track record Saturday to secure the pole for the IndyCar race at Exhibition Place in Toronto.
IndyCar cites Dixon for minor penalties after win
The IndyCar series has penalized Scott Dixon and his No. 9 team after they won at Road America on June 25.
Dixon claims first IndyCar win at Road America
Scott Dixon won the IndyCar race at Road America on Sunday to spoil the Team Penske party on the rural road course.
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.