Indianapolis 500 blog
Danica Patrick led a semi-charmed life in her three previous Indy 500s. A crash on pit road in the race Sunday made it official that this is one month of May she will likely want to forget, writes John Schwarb.
You can't win every week in the IndyCar Series. Danica Patrick had no shot at winning back-to-back when her car let her down at Kansas, writes John Schwarb.
Helio Castroneves yesterday's news? Hardly. Graham Rahal and Danica Patrick simply stole the spotlight, writes John Schwarb.
Dario Franchitti gave Andretti Green Racing what it wanted most by winning the title. The other three AGR drivers made highlight reels for the wrong reasons at Chicagoland.
Danica Patrick crashed under caution. Dario Franchitti went airborne again. The guy not making highlight reels? Tony Kanaan, who won his second straight race, 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.
Saturday couldn't have gone much better for the four drivers of Andretti Green Racing. The first turn in Sunday's race couldn't have gone much worse, writes John Schwarb.
Rookie driver Milka Duno's day ended early with a crash, but she still got her money's worth at the Indy 500, writes John Schwarb.
Danica Patrick put her Andretti Green Racing entry into the third row at Indy. For fellow female drivers Sarah Fisher and Milka Duno, it's a waiting game, writes John Schwarb.
The 2006 season wasn't what the Rahal Letterman team wanted, but going without Danica Patrick -- and a third car -- is the strategy now, writes John Schwarb.
Meijer Indy 300 notebook.
Sarah Fisher returns to the IndyCar Series with a struggling team, no promises and a female rival. She promises to enjoy it all, writes John Schwarb.
The first weekend of qualifications for the Indianapolis 500 were rained out for the first time since 1983.