More than a few conservatives are quaking in their boots over the prospect of Hillary Clinton, in their mind the devil incarnate, becoming our next president. To prevent such a tragedy, one patriotic website invites to you, the American people, to help them sponsor an IndyCar dressed in anti-Hillary livery at this…
Randy Lanier got his start in grassroots sports car racing and then financed a motorsports career by moving hundreds of thousands of pounds of marijuana. It’s kind of fitting that after nearly three decades in prison, convicted as one of the country’s biggest weed kingpins, that he made his return to racing there too.
There’s something surreal about the onboards from cars that travel over 220 mph lap after lap around an oval. Indianapolis Motor Speedway looks huge in all other respects, yet the onboards make it almost feel like you’re in your cousin’s Camaro, doin’ donuts on the lawn. Everything feels much, much smaller.
There’s something about the simple, powerful, specialized racecars from the Indy 500’s past.
Indy 500 winners Dario Franchitti, Tony Kanaan, and Scott Dixon cooked up a brilliant prank for their young, brash 20-year-old teammate Sage Karam: Take his brand-new Camaro and have it wrapped...in an unmistakable color... Watch as the IndyCar hotshoe reacts to seeing his pride and joy turn up in a less manly motif...
Just one day after Helio Castroneves spun and flipped his car at Indy, Josef Newgarden has suffered a similar fate during practice.
Here’s a thing that you should totally not do: sneak into a Chevrolet dealer, steal a commemorative Indy 500 Festival Camaro, and then drive it out a window and down some stairs before you abandon it and flee shirtless into the night. It’s not a good look.
Simon Pagenaud celebrated the life of his hero, three-time Formula One World Champion Ayrton Senna, in the 98th Indianapolis 500 on Sunday, May 25 2014 by wearing a helmet with a unique blend of Senna's design and Pagenaud's trademark red scheme.
I like to eat good. Caesar salad and baked ziti. I still move swift like Dario Franchitti. These are actual lyrics from a song about IndyCar legend Dario Franchitti.
Ryan Hunter-Reay was invited to attend a wedding of a childhood friend on May 25th. But he already had plans on May 25th: He was racing in the Indy 500, which he won. His excuse for not attending? He'd hopefully be "winning the Indy 500." Eerie.
For the first time, the Indianapolis Motor Speedway offered "glamorous camping" or "glamping," on the track's infield during the Indy 500. Across a small lake from the Brickyard Crossing Golf Course's eight hole, IMS settled "Glamptown," a village of 70 10-foot x 15-foot canvas tents. The tents were available with the…
At the end of the Indy 500, the winner takes a traditional sip of milk, sponsored by the American Dairy Association. And last night we learned they're hardcore on what exactly you're allowed to drink. If you win and are lactose intolerant, be prepared to have to shit like a race horse.
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.
Okay, so the incredibly exciting finish of the Indy 500 was helped a bit by the fact that there was a red flag with less than ten laps to go, but I don't think that made it any less crazy. Do you really think you could hold onto the lead with Helio Castroneves breathing down your neck like this?
After a relatively incident-free running of the 98th Indianapolis 500, Ryan Hunter-Reay is your 2014 race winner. Congrats Ryan!
This year's lucky winner of the Indianapolis 500 will follow in the grand tradition of drenching both their insides, and their outsides, with copious amounts of milk. Most drivers won't accept just any cow juice, however. They can get pretty damn picky.
The Indianapolis 500 is starting right now on ABC, along with plenty of in-car livestreams on ESPN3. If you ever wanted to watch, now's your chance.
Two Indy 500s stand out over the past 20 years for the utter dominance displayed by the winner. Most recently, it was Juan Pablo Montoya and the Target Chip Ganassi Racing team in 2000 where, with nearly identical cars, the young Colombian and the ace TCGR outfit dipped in from CART and flexed their muscles over the…