Newgarden wins IndyCar crown; 16th for Penske
Josef Newgarden won his second championship in three years with a smooth drive in the IndyCar season finale, where he played it safe and watched rookie Colton Herta dominate the road course at Laguna Seca.
Herta wins pole ahead of IndyCar title contenders
Colton Herta won the pole for Sunday's IndyCar season finale at Laguna Seca Raceway, which will determine the series champion. Herta outran title contenders Scott Dixon, Alexander Rossi, Josef Newgarden and Simon Pagenaud.
Sato back with Rahal; Herta joining Andretti
Takuma Sato will return to Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing next season and Colton Herta is joining Andretti Autosport as IndyCar drivers are securing their 2020 plans ahead of Sunday's season finale.
IndyCar driver James Hinchcliffe reckons with the risks of his sport
Six-time IndyCar winner's near-deadly accident changed him for the better -- but he's still willing to take the same risks for the sport he loves.
Sharks star Evander Kane on his body, his race and his sport
Evander Kane discusses his decision to pose for the Body Issue, the family legacy that shaped his work ethic and the stories behind his tattoos.
Power leads Team Penske's big day at Portland
Will Power won at Portland International Raceway on a strong day for Team Penske on Sunday, as Josef Newgarden slightly tightened his grip on the IndyCar championship.
Newgarden slips up in qualifying; Herta on pole
Josef Newgarden made a pair of mistakes in Saturday qualifying, and the IndyCar points leader will start 13th on Sunday in Portland.
Behind the scenes of James Hinchcliffe's Body Issue shoot
IndyCar racer James Hinchcliffe explains the physical toll that racing takes on his body, and he relives a dangerous crash that put that body in jeopardy.
Ericsson on standby for Alfa Romeo as Raikkonen pulls muscle
Kimi Raikkonen has pulled a muscle ahead of the Belgian Grand Prix this weekend, forcing Alfa Romeo reserve driver Marcus Ericsson to miss an IndyCar race after being placed on standby.
Sato takes home IndyCar stop at World Wide
Takuma Sato won at World Wide Technology Raceway on Saturday night, a victory that came on the heels of his highly scrutinized move on the first lap at Pocono last week that helped trigger a major accident.
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.