Tomas Enge will drive the Cheever Racing entry this weekend in the IRL IndyCar Series race at Twin Ring Motegi in Japan.
Lured by the Indianapolis 500, Patrick Carpentier jumped to the IRL in the latest switch of a top driver from rival Champ Car.
Patrick Carpentier will drive for Red Bull Cheever Racing next season and Toyota will supply the team's engines, a source close to the team told The Associated Press.
Eddie Cheever Jr. admits he didn't part on great terms with Buddy Rice. But he's truly happy over Rice's win.
Rob Channell isn't known to many race fans. But Red Bull Cheever Racing wouldn't run without him.
A.J. Foyt has hired Jeff Simmons to drive in the Infiniti Pro Series Freedom 100 at Indianapolis Motor Speedway on May 22.
Eddie Cheever will run two cars in the 2004 IRL IndyCar Series season.
The new Chevy engine didn't help Buddy Rice on Sunday at Gateway.
Buddy Rice is the latest Chevy driver to get a shot at the new engine.
Buddy Rice's Cheever Racing team won the Pit Stop competition at Indy on Thursday.
Team owner Eddie Cheever is busier than ever, and loving every minute of it.
Eddie Cheever Jr. shares the latest on his Red Bull Cheever team in his ESPN.com diary.
Buddy Rice, who ran five races with Eddie Cheever's team last season, will be back in 2003.
Robby McGehee jumped at the opportunity to drive for Eddie Cheever at Texas.
Eddie Cheever Jr. writes about choosing a new engine supplier in his latest ESPN.com diary.
Buddy Rice finished fourth while filling in for Tomas Scheckter on Sunday.