Ganassi adding Simpson to IndyCar stable
Chip Ganassi Racing is expanding to five cars for next year's IndyCar season to accommodate 18-year-old development driver Kyffin Simpson.
'I like drama': Palou is piling up lawsuits, IndyCar crowns
Two IndyCar titles in three years, and two lawsuits from current or future teams in 12 months. How does Alex Palou find greatness in the eye of the storm?
IndyCar is looking to F1 juniors to be tomorrow's talents
IndyCar has its own development ladder, but the success of F2-trained drivers has made F1's feeder series a favorite scouting spot for American teams.
McLaren's Rosenqvist to leave for MSR next year
After two years of uncertainty at McLaren, Felix Rosenqvist will drive for Meyer Shank Racing next year, replacing Simon Pagenaud.
Palou clinches IndyCar title with 5th win of season
Alex Palou on Sunday earned his fifth victory of the season, and became a two-time IndyCar champion with Chip Ganassi Racing following a dominant run at Portland International Raceway, part of the circuit's 17-race schedule.
Lundqvist lands full-time IndyCar ride with CGR
Chip Ganassi Racing has signed IndyCar driver Linus Lundqvist to a multiyear contract, the team announced on Thursday.
Dixon wins Bommarito 500 as points lead in sight
IndyCar ironman Scott Dixon, in his record-extending 320th consecutive start, capitalized on needing to make only three pit stops and kept his championship hopes alive in winning Sunday's Bommarito 500.
IndyCar leader Palou sued by McLaren in U.K.
Alex Palou confirmed that he is being sued by McLaren -- the second team to sue him in a year -- but the IndyCar points leader is focused on his bid to win a second championship in three years.
Rahal earns Indy GP pole, ending 6-year dry spell
Graham Rahal edged teammate Christian Lundgaard in qualifying and will start No. 1 at the Indianapolis Grand Prix -- his first pole in six years.
Larson double quest exemplifies NASCAR, IndyCar cooperation
With NASCAR and IndyCar sharing Indianapolis, their collaboration gives Kyle Larson another look into his attempt at the Indy 500-Coke 600 double.
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.