Darren Manning's jump from F1 test driver to CART has paid off in the form of a Ganassi IRL ride.
Formula One hasn't had an American driver in 10 years. Despite obstacles, change could be on the horizon.
Formula One is going to move the 2004 United States Grand Prix at Indianapolis from September to June.
Against seemingly insurmountable odds, CART kicks off its 2003 season this weekend.
Former series champion Emerson Fittipaldi is one of CART's many new owners for 2003.
Sebastien Bourdais missed out on an F1 ride, but may find instant success in CART.
Robin Miller reports the latest CART and IRL news and notes in his open wheel notebook.
It looks like CART is going to spend next spring in Europe running on hallowed F1 ground.
It wasn't a foregone conclusion that Cristiano da Matta wanted to leave CART, writes Robin Miller.
Two-time Indy 500 champ Helio Castroneves is on Jaguar's short list for 2003, reports Robin Miller.
Dan Gurney figures it's about time the United States had a presence in F1, reports Robin Miller.
Bill France Jr. and Bernie Ecclestone have aided and abetted with CART's demise, writes Robin Miller.
Danny Sullivan is hoping to raise Americans' awareness of F1 by putting one in the driver's seat.
It's still too early to tell who will be in the 2003 CART field, writes Robin Miller.
Bryan Herta is trying to become the first American to run Formula One since 1993.
It looks like Cristiano da Matta will follow in the footsteps of Juan Pablo Montoya and move to Formula One.