IndyCar veteran Eddie Cheever Jr. is having to defend himself from charges of dirty driving. It isn't the first time, writes John Oreovicz.
Days after team owner Michael Andretti and drivers Marco Andretti and Danica Patrick accused Eddie Cheever Jr. of crashing them out in two separate incidents during the race last Sunday at Watkins Glen International, Cheever Jr. fired back.
Why is Eddie Cheever Jr. driving at Indianapolis again? Because he's still haunted by what might have been, writes John Schwarb.
Eddie Cheever Jr. hired veteran Max Papis as the second driver on his team Tuesday, giving the field for the May 28 race 34 driver-car combinations -- one more than necessary.
Tomas Enge will drive the Cheever Racing entry this weekend in the IRL IndyCar Series race at Twin Ring Motegi in Japan.
Eddie Cheever Jr. said Tuesday he will come out of retirement and drive in at least the first four Indy Racing League races, including the Indianapolis 500.
Scott Sharp, Eddie Cheever and Robbie Buhl eye the IRL's 100th race with perspective and optimism.
Ever wondered who's the best all-around driver in the world? That's why the Olympics are needed.
Eddie Cheever says Dale Earnhardt Jr.'s adventurous, fearless spirit is refreshing to see.
Eddie Cheever is glad to be racing on Independence Day. And he won't forget why it's possible.
All-time winners at Kansas
Eddie Cheever Jr. was asked recently how the IRL can attract NASCAR fans. His answer? It already has.
Eddie Cheever Jr. admits he didn't part on great terms with Buddy Rice. But he's truly happy over Rice's win.
Eddie Cheever hasn't announced his retirement, but team ownership duties take up much of his time.
Eddie Cheever Jr. writes about Chevy's creativity and innovation in his latest ESPN.com diary.