IndyCar street race to come to Brazil in 2020
RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) — Brazil will return to the IndyCar series in 2020 with a street race in Rio de Janeiro. Rio Mayor Marcelo Crivella says he has reached an agreement with the series organizers. IndyCar raced in Brazil for the last time in 2013, in Sao Paulo. The next Brazilian race will drive through Rio's iconic sambadrome, a venue for more than 120,000 spectators where floats and revelers celebrate during Carnival.
NBC Investigating IndyCar’s Paul Tracy For Controversial Remarks About Immigrants
IndyCar analyst and former racer Paul Tracy is currently under investigation by NBC after he allegedly made offensive comments about immigrants on Facebook comparing them to rapists. In an exchange…
NBC IndyCar Analyst Paul Tracy is Under Investigation for Racist Social Media Posts
IndyCar fans know the name. Former racer turned race analyst Paul Tracy is potentially seeing the consequences of some very ugly, loose-lipped social media posts. After a particularly threatening Facebook comment, Tracy is now under investigation by NBC.
Twin Ring Motegi, Motegi, Japan | Sports venue
Twin Ring Motegi of Motegi is a motorsport race track that was built by Honda to enhance the know-how of the American open-wheel racing by bringing the IndyCar ...
Watch This Visor Cam Footage of IndyCar's Initial Test at Circuit of the Americas
IndyCar will race at Circuit of the Americas for the first time in March of 2019—this is what it'll look like.
The Onboard Footage from IndyCar's Test at COTA is as Big as Texas
IndyCar is looking pretty good for the 2019 season, adding COTA and Laguna Seca to the schedule. America’s premier and only top-flight open-wheel racing championship manages to field one of the most competitive and talented pools of drivers, while still managing to be a racing series you may be vaguely familiar with, but don’t bother to actually watch.
IndyCar CEO: Full-Time McLaren Entry 'Likely' in 2020, 'With or Without' Fernando Alonso
IndyCar's President and CEO Mark Miles also said that he's hopeful for a 2019 Indianapolis 500 entry from the legendary racing outfit.
Robert Wickens Clarifies Comments After Calling Himself 'Paraplegic': I Intend to 'Walk Again'
After Robert Wickens wrote in an Instagram post that he is now "paraplegic," the IndyCar driver is setting the record straight
Departing Sauber F1 Driver Marcus Ericsson to Make Full-Time IndyCar Switch With SPM in 2019
The 28-year-old will drive alongside James Hinchcliffe at Schmidt Peterson Motorsports next season.
Robert Wickens' condition improving after terrifying IndyCar crash, team says
(Getty Images) IndyCar driver Robert Wickens has taken several steps along his road to recovery following last week's violent crash at Pocono Raceway. Schmidt Peterson Motorsports, Wickens' team, announced Saturday that the Guelph, Ont., native is 'breathing without medical assistance and speaking with his family.' It’s #Bommarito500 race day. All our love is going to @robertwickens. Let’s do this.#GetWellWickens ❤️🖤 // #INDYCAR // @hinchtownpic.twitter.com/aeP4WCP9J6 — Schmidt Peterson (@SPMIndyCar) August 25, 2018 Wickens, 29, was hospitalized after his car soared into the fence during the seventh lap of the 200-lap race. The race was delayed for two hours after the incident. Wickens needed multiple surgeries to treat his injuries, which reportedly
The life and career rise of Danica Patrick, the most successful woman in the history of racing
Danica Patrick is one of the most recognizable women in sports. She had a successful racing career, both in IndyCar and NASCAR, and her sponsorship with GoDaddy helped her become a household name.
Robert Wickens Reveals He's Paralyzed After Vicious Indy Car Crash
Rookie IndyCar driver Robert Wickens was the victim of a terrifying wreck at Pocono in August, a wreck which broke nearly his entire body. Wickens shared a video Thursday of him in rehabilitation, while also confirming that he is now paraplegic.
IndyCar Driver Robert Wickens Reveals a Severe Crash in August Paralyzed Him
IndyCar driver Robert Wickens has confirmed that he's paralyzed two months after a dramatic crash
IndyCar driver Wickens reveals crash left him a paraplegic
IndyCar driver Robert Wickens is paralyzed from the waist down from injuries suffered in an August crash at Pocono Raceway. The 29-year-old Wickens has been updating his rehabilitation progress on social media and posted a video Thursday of his "first slide transfer as a paraplegic" that showed him moving from a table to his wheelchair . His videos had shown for the past month that he is working daily to move his legs again, but Thursday's post was the first time he publicly confirmed his paralysis.
IndyCar's Robert Wickens Confirms He's Paralyzed From Waist Down After Pocono Crash
The 29-year-old sustained major spinal damage, among other injuries, as a result of the August wreck.
Only on AP: Tony Stewart reconsidering return to Indy 500
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — Tony Stewart is reconsidering a return to the Indianapolis 500 in part because of injuries Robert Wickens suffered in an IndyCar crash. Stewart has been consistent in his desire to run at least one IndyCar race on an oval, preferably at Pocono Raceway, to acclimate himself to the car before he entered the Indianapolis 500. Wickens suffered severe injuries in an Aug. 19 crash at Pocono that included a thoracic spinal fracture and a fractured neck. Stewart tells The Associated Press he is not so sure now.
IndyCar: Will Power gets hero’s welcome back home in Australia
Power is reliving his Indy 500 win back home in his native Australia.
McLaren, Alonso Won't Run IndyCar Full-Time in 2019: Official
Alonso deemed preparing for the 17-race calendar 'too demanding' with little time to shift focus away from F1.
McLaren Won't Run Full Time In IndyCar in 2019
McLaren and Fernando Alonso might make an attempt at the Indy 500 next year, but they won't compete in the full season.
IndyCar: Ed Jones to Pilot New Scuderia Corsa/Ed Carpenter Racing Entry in 2019
The former Chip Ganassi Racing driver will compete in 13 of 17 races next season for the newly formed IndyCar outfit.