Race Fans Disapprove Of ESPN's Botching Of The Indy 500 Finish

ESPN on ABC's coverage of the thrilling final laps of yesterday's Indy 500 left many viewers upset, as Bristol's repeated coverage of the race leaders' significant others battled that of the actual racing. Here's a comparison of what ESPN aired versus video from the international feed. » 5/26/14 12:23pm 5/26/14 12:23pm

This Innocent-Looking Race Car Caged The Last Innovative Beast Of Indy

There's been a bit of consternation recently about how to make the Indy 500 popular again. Not that it doesn't have any friends, but it's not the absurdly massive spectacle that it used to be. One of the reasons is that much of the innovation is gone. And a lot of that is thanks to the monster hidden in this race car. » 5/17/14 2:34pm 5/17/14 2:34pm

Could The Loss of Long Beach Mean The End of IndyCar?

Rumours have turned into more or less believable financial figures recently how F1 could take Long Beach back. These mills include some investors you might have thought of or you had wished you have. From the race fan's perspective that doesn't really matter. What matters is whether the so-fragile organisation of… » 3/22/14 9:30am 3/22/14 9:30am

Kurt Busch To Do Indy 500/Coca Cola 600 Double

Andretti Autosport will run a fifth car for May's Indianapolis 500 and one will be piloted by 2004 NASCAR Sprint Cup Champion, Kurt Busch. Busch follows in the footsteps of his new boss, Tony Stewart, as well as John Andretti and Robby Gordon to become the fourth driver to attempt driving 1,100 miles on the Sunday… » 3/04/14 6:52pm 3/04/14 6:52pm

Extra Boost for Indy 500 Qualifying: Gift or Gimmick?

Tomorrow, qualification for the 97th running of the Indianapolis 500 will begin, and drivers will enjoy a little extra something-something during their four solo laps around the speedway. For the race, the cars will have approximately 550 horsepower at their disposal. During qualification, also known as time trials,… » 5/17/13 3:44pm 5/17/13 3:44pm