Audi has a tendency to dominate in whatever motor racing endeavor it enters, from rally to LMP racing at Le Mans. The news that Audi is considering entering the IndyCar series, with its famous namesake race, may come as a bit of a worry, then, to Chevrolet and Honda, the current engine suppliers to the series.
Randy Bernard was CEO of IndyCar for an entire two years and yet somehow managed to squander all the positive press, the solid business plan, and the massive media footprint the sport had gained since the split with CART and while under the wise leadership of Tony George. Therefore, the IndyCar board's decision to …
For many, myself included, the wounds that appeared to heal have reopened today, displaying a rawness within that still remains. It's been a year since the tragic accident at Las Vegas Motor Speedway that took our friend Dan Wheldon. And while we will never forget that heartrending day, reliving it in memory is…
To beer or not to beer. Qingdao, China officials decided that the International Beer Festival is more important than the Izod IndyCar series race that was scheduled there for Aug. 19th.
Google Maps continues its search to document every last bit of our private and public lives, now extending its all-seeing eye to the very bowl of the Indianapolis 500. Nowhere is safe, not even inside the Brickyard.
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The Indianapolis 500 has an actual yard of bricks, and the annual winner does chug from a cold bottle of milk. Today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe Mustang is also part of the Indy tradition, but will its price garner it a DNF?
IndyCar driver Will Power was not pleased with race officials this weekend at New Hampshire Motor Speedway and vented his frustration with two glorious, flaming birds of obscenity. And thus a meme was born. TO THE PHOTOSHOPS!
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To mark next May's 100th running of the Indianapolis 500, Road & Track arranged for past winners to take laps at the Brickyard in some historic machinery. Here's Dario Franchitti unleashing the 1965 Lotus of Jim Clark:
To mark the 40th anniversary of his first victory in Formula 1, former champion Emerson Fittipaldi was turned loose on the closed streets of downtown São Paulo in the Lotus 72, hitting 155 mph. Coolness improves with age.
An investigation into the 39-second rescue of IndyCar rookie Simona De Silvestro following a crash and subsequent fire at Texas Motor Speedway found the safety crew's actions and equipment at fault. The root problem? Complacence.
Motorsports is exciting because it's inherently unsafe and depending on the track, it can get even more... exciting. These are your picks for the world's ten most dangerous racetracks.
This is the Delta Wing, a concept angling to be the new IndyCar race. It's lighter, less expensive to run, and only has 300HP. It also looks like the Batmobile merged with a land-speed racer and a rocket ship. Updated.
The current naturally-aspirated 3.5-liter V8 Honda engines used in Indy cars will be long gone come 2011. In their place will be either six- or four-cylinder mills boosted by one or two turbochargers. The changes will be discussed in a meeting next month at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, but for now there's some…
As much as we like open wheel racing and modern car designs, there's something far more awesome about vintage racing cars. This is undoubtedly the opinion of one Jim Rogacki, an engineer from Buffalo, who, while digging around for vintage car parts, managed to run into an amateur Indianapolis 500 historian. After…
We all know what Pedro de la Rosa thinks about women in motorsport. Now, we've got CBS Sports' Gregg Doyel weighing in on Danica Patrick's win, proclaiming the Indy Racing League to be an inferior racing series. Most people will agree the IRL isn't the highest pinnacle of motorsports, but Doyel thinks