Hinchcliffe, Mann may still have options for 500
While James Hinchcliffe and Pippa Mann failed to qualify for the Indianapolis 500 on Saturday, they could still make the field. It's possible IndyCar will consider options as to how to get the popular drivers into the race.
Danica to run for 500 pole; Hinchcliffe misses field
While Danica Patrick locked herself into the field for the Indy 500 with a four-lap qualifying average of 227.610 mph on Saturday, former pole winner James Hinchcliffe was bumped from the field. Pippa Mann also failed to qualify.
Hinchcliffe on qualifying failure: 'This is our fault'
James Hinchcliffe, who won the pole for the Indianapolis 500 in 2016, failed to qualify for this year's race on Saturday. Pippa Mann also failed to qualify as 35 drivers attempted to make the 33-car field.
Return of bumping could give qualifying boost
Roger Penske still bemoans the memories from the 1995 Indianapolis 500. Bump Day is back, and the stakes are high.
NASCAR, IndyCar using new concussion tests
NASCAR announced Friday that it will now use the King-Devick test to screen for concussions when drivers are brought to the infield medical center. Earlier this week, IndyCar announced it had started using the I-Portal Portable Assessment System.
Ferrucci to make IndyCar debut in Detroit
Formula One development driver Santino Ferrucci will make his IndyCar debut next month at Detroit as the replacement driver for Pietro Fittipaldi.
Andretti paces practice; Davison uninjured in crash
Marco Andretti was fastest in Indy 500 practice for the second time in three days on Friday, as teams prepared for Saturday's qualifying. James Davison was cleared to drive after a hard crash but isn't sure how his car will perform after major repairs.
Rahal paces practice; Hildebrand OK after crash
Graham Rahal led Thursday's Indianapolis 500 practice with a lap of 226.047 mph, while Tony Kanaan was second fastest. JR Hildebrand hit the wall late in the day, but was cleared to drive after being checked in the infield medical center.
Fittipaldi a spectator at Indy after surgery on legs
Pietro Fittipaldi, unable to attempt to qualify for his first Indianapolis 500 after breaking his legs in a crash while racing in Belgium earlier this month, is still spending every day at the track while focusing on his recovery and return to racing.
IndyCar working hard to make cars safer
The effectiveness of the design changes could be on display during the next couple of weeks with practice for the Indianapolis 500 underway.
Power claims IndyCar GP as Penske wins 200th
Will Power won the IndyCar Grand Prix at Indianapolis Motor Speedway for the second straight year on Saturday, beating Scott Dixon by 2.2443 seconds. It was the 200th series win for team owner Roger Penske.
Power takes third pole for IndyCar GP
Will Power claimed his 51st pole win, third all time in series history, after turning a fast lap of 1 minute, 9.8182 seconds on his final qualifying run for the IndyCar Grand Prix on Friday.
Castroneves gearing up for IndyCar season debut
Now racing sports cars full time, Helio Castroneves will make his 2018 IndyCar Series debut in Saturday's IndyCar Grand Prix in a fourth Team Penske entry. He will then turn his attention to trying to earn a fourth Indianapolis 500 victory.
De Melo to replace Fittipaldi for IndyCar GP
Zachary Claman De Melo will replace the injured Pietro Fittipaldi in Saturday's IndyCar Grand Prix.
Clarkson to sing national anthem at Indy 500
Three-time Grammy Award winner Kelly Clarkson will sing the national anthem for the second time at this month's Indianapolis 500.
Danica's career comes full circle in Indy
Danica Patrick feels she made the right decision to end her career at the Indianapolis 500, a place she calls home.
Not like riding a bike: Danica preps Indy return
After six years in NASCAR, Danica Patrick is getting ready to drive in IndyCar again as she prepares to race in this month's Indianapolis 500.
Danica gains perspective before Indy 500 prep
Danica Patrick's trip to Africa might not affect her final Indy 500, but it sparked ideas for her postracing life.
Newgarden wins GP of Alabama for 3rd time
Josef Newgarden has won the Indy Grand Prix of Alabama for the third time in four years.
IndyCar Alabama race postponed to Monday
The Indy Grand Prix of Alabama has been postponed a day because of heavy rain. It will be completed Monday morning with a restart on Lap 23.
Newgarden wins pole at Barber Motorsports Park
Defending champion Josef Newgarden will start from the pole at Barber Motorsports Park.
Newgarden leads IndyCar practice at Barber
Josef Newgarden, a two-time IndyCar winner at Barber Motorsports Park, led the way during Friday's practice session for the Indy Grand Prix of Alabama. Qualifying is set for Saturday, with the race to take place on Sunday.
Danica Patrick vs. Megyn Kelly: Go-kart race
We have some questions about the rules of this race, but it made for some entertaining television all the same.
Rossi grabs Long Beach pole, Power starts 2nd
Alexander Rossi won the pole Saturday for the IndyCar race through the streets of Long Beach, California, edging Will Power, who will share the front row with Rossi.
Hildebrand enters Indy 500; car count hits 34
Bumping will return to Indianapolis 500 qualifying for the first time since 2015. Dreyer & Reinbold Racing announced an entry for JR Hildebrand on Thursday, bringing the car count to 34 for a race with only 33 entries.
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.