Scott Roembke, a key figure in building Bobby Rahal's racing operations and a part of two Indianapolis 500 winning teams, died over the weekend at a Cleveland hospital. He was 51.
Just call it a win-win for Target Ganassi Racing. Scott Dixon cruised to victory Sunday at Mid-Ohio, and Dario Franchitti padded his lead in the IndyCar championship standings.
It was an expensive weekend of American open-wheel racing, but given the results -- and crowds -- it was a successful one, writes John Oreovicz.
Champ Car's Cleveland race is now the longest-lived in the series. It is also one of the best races from a fan's and driver's perspective, writes John Oreovicz.
It was assumed Graham Rahal would seek his fortune overseas. Now it looks like the dynamic young American will stay home and race for Newman/Haas, writes John Oreovicz.
It wasn't always pretty, but the Grand Prix of Cleveland -- and A.J. Allmendinger's win -- was certainly memorable, writes John Oreovicz.
What A.J. Allmendinger's win did was put some spark back into the Champ Car series as it heads to Cleveland for one of its biggest events, writes John Oreovicz.
Meet A.J. Allmendinger. He's 23, brash, fast and perhaps even more marketable than former foe Danica Patrick.
After trailing Paul Tracy by two-thousandths of a second for most of Friday's qualifying session, da Matta shaved a few thousandths off for the provisional pole in Cleveland.
Twenty-five-year-old Frenchman Sebastien Bourdais is becoming the man to beat in Champ Cars.
The track's a little smoother in Cleveland, where Champ Car is happy to continue a cherished tradition.