Tony Kanaan got his Baby Borg (and son Leo got his Baby Baby Borg) this week, but that's not all that's worth watching in the IndyCar Series. The 2014 season is on tap, and there are big stories to watch.
Getting the keys to drive the No. 10 Target-sponsored Indy car was a bittersweet moment for Tony Kanaan, who vowed to honor dear friend Dario Franchitti "every time I drive his car."
Will Power -- remember him? The Team Penske driver from Toowoomba, Australia, served notice at the IndyCar Series finale in Fontana: He'll be the championship favorite in 2014. Again.
Dario Franchitti's retirement may not come as a real surprise after his crash in Houston last month. But be happy one of the sport's good guys is going to still be around.
Dario Franchitti's last-lap crash, Scott Dixon's points windfall and Helio Castroneves' misery highlighted the IndyCar Series' pivotal doubleheader weekend at Houston.
Four-time IndyCar Series champion Dario Franchitti was injured in a multi-car accident near the end of Sunday's Grand Prix of Houston.
Chip Ganassi Racing signs Tony Kanaan, reveals that team is switching from Honda to Chevrolet engines beginning in 2014.
The GoPro Grand Prix of Sonoma won't be remembered for Will Power winning for the first time in more than a year. It will be remembered for the controversy -- and there was plenty of it.
Sonoma has seen some wild swings in the points standings in recent seasons, something a hurting championship leader Helio Castroneves has to be thinking about Sunday.
Scott Dixon may not have the points lead, but he is the hottest driver in the IndyCar Series. He's a solid bet to make up more ground on leader Helio Castroneves on Sunday at Mid-Ohio.
Just how good of a weekend was it for Scott Dixon? Considering his two victories and a $100,000 bonus for sweeping the IndyCar doubleheader in Toronto, it was quite memorable.
Double points are on the line in this weekend's IndyCar twin bill in Toronto, which means a driver can join the championship hunt in a hurry -- or fall way out of contention.
Plenty of drivers hope to make a move at Iowa Speedway on Sunday as the championship fight starts heating up. Trouble is, making a move at Iowa can be tricky, writes John Oreovicz.
The IndyCar Series has promoted doubleheader weekends in the past. But running two full-length Indy car races on consecutive days is breaking new ground.
Even Tony Kanaan himself admits that's going to be one big nose on the Borg-Warner Trophy. But the real charm is going to be that his visage will be a most popular one as well.
Being a four-time winner of the Indy 500 is an exclusive club. Two drivers -- Dario Franchitti and Helio Castroneves -- will vie to join legends A.J. Foyt, Al Unser and Rick Mears.