Make Your Teeth Shatter With This Brutally Rough IndyCar Onboard

Ah, the hard streets of Toronto. While they’re most famous for producing Degrassi stars who rap, they’re also kinda rough, man. Physically, I mean. There’s no better illustration of just how bumpy they can be than strapping a camera on James Hinchcliffe’s IndyCar and wondering if he shook out a filling last weekend.

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IndyCar Driver Returns Just Two Weeks After Fracturing His Hand And Collarbone

Despite a massive crash that left him with fractures in both his collarbone and hand, Verizon IndyCar Series driver Josef Newgarden isn’t going to sit out—a mere two weeks after the wreck, Newgarden is back in the car at Road America. Not surprisingly, he said he “feel[s] the pain in the hands everywhere.”

Ask Indianapolis 500 Winner And F1 Reserve Driver Alexander Rossi Anything

If there’s one name that’s all over open-wheel racing lately, it’s Alexander Rossi. Not only was he the first American to race in Formula One in years, but this year, he won America’s most famous race: the Indianapolis 500. So, of course, Rossi’s here with us live now to answer all your questions.

Join Us Live As We Wander The Pit Lane During An IndyCar Rain Delay

If you were waiting for tonight’s IndyCar race to start at Texas Motor Speedway, neat! Us too! The race is expected to start after 10:00 p.m. Eastern now, as they’re drying the track from an earlier storm. I’m here at the Firestone 600, and I’m going to wander around a bit in the pits until the race starts.

Ride Around The Intense IndyCar Street Course At Belle Isle Before The Race

The Verizon IndyCar Series is on the street circuit at Belle Isle for the Chevrolet Dual in Detroit this weekend, and the second race of the doubleheader starts up in about an hour. It’s always fun to get to see a race course from the viewpoint of the competitors, and this track makes for a rough ride—virtually, too.

IndyCar Insiders' Plan To Fix Series' Decline: Do Nothing

At the Indianapolis 500 last weekend, we asked a bunch of IndyCar drivers how they would make the sport more popular. “Produce the same kind of race as always,” driver Ed Carpenter suggested. “The product speaks for itself,” Marco Andretti said. This year’s Indy 500 produced the third-lowest television ratings in 30…

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Here's How Much Prize Money You'd Have If You Won The 2016 Indy 500 

The 100th running of the Indianapolis 500 ended with Alexander Rossi—an IndyCar rookie—coming out of nowhere to take the win after a brilliant fuel-saving strategy. Rossi not only got a giant trophy, a big wreath, and a big jar of milk, but also a big wad of cash. Here’s how much he, and his competitors, made from the…