Indianapolis 500 blog
Dan Wheldon should have high hopes for adding a second Indy 500 win to his résumé. But a slow start with Panther Racing has the 2005 IndyCar champ playing catch-up.
Ryan Briscoe was one of the feel-good stories at the 2007 Indy 500 with his fifth-place finish in a one-off deal driving for Luczo Dragon Racing. Now driving for Team Penske, fifth place might not be good enough, writes John Schwarb.
Dan Wheldon said two months ago Danica Patrick was feeling the pressure of not winning. Now he finds himself in the same boat, writes John Schwarb.
Sam Hornish Jr. was ready to do something heroic to beat Dan Wheldon on Sunday. He didn't have to in the end, writes John Schwarb.
The Penske cars driven by Helio Castroneves and Sam Hornish Jr. qualified 1-2 again. No surprise there, writes John Schwarb.
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With six races still left in the season, Sam Hornish Jr. is threatening to run away with the IndyCar title, writes John Schwarb.
Vitor Meira isn't a household name, but he might be able to change that at the Indianapolis 500 Sunday, writes John Schwarb.