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 2:34pm5/17/14 2:34pm


Penske Indy Racing Sees Spares Go Up In Race Car Flambe

In a terrible blow for the Penske Racing team, two of their cars and loads of equipment were lost in a freak trailer fire in transit between race venues. The trailer is believed to have caught fire as a result of a wheel bearing failure and gotten out of control after the drivers where unable to put the blaze out with… »8/21/08 5:23pm8/21/08 5:23pm

Spoiler Alert! Penske Racing's Romain Dumas Wins In Last Second Stunner!

The home town boy's team made it happen when it counted here at the Detroit Grand Prix — at the very last second. On the 106th lap, Romain Dumas took his Porsche RS Spyder to the checkered flag here on Belle Isle, propelling Penske Racing to the win, and making Detroit native and Penske Racing owner, Roger Penske, a… »9/01/07 6:15pm9/01/07 6:15pm