It's time for the IRL to take the Indianapolis 500 into the 21st century. It's time to take it primetime.
Jack Arute writes that according to IRL rules, the Indy 500 appeal didn't need to happen.
Jack Arute writes that the players in the Indy 500 appeal have conducted themselves appropriately.
ABCSports' Jack Arute hands out his four Indy 500 stars of the race.
The Indy Racing League shouldn't feel pressured to change its rules on cautions. Racing to the start/finish line would be too dangerous.
Win or no win, the IRL is doing it right by not rushing to a decision writes Jack Arute.
Every May, the Indianapolis 500 brings auto racing to the forefront.
Another Robby Gordon-Richard Childress effort could show up at Indy, writes Jack Arute.
An expanded IRL schedule and CART's switch to aspirated engines will help close the gap between the two.
Karting has become the most popular way to prepare for a career in big-time open wheel racing.
Tony Stewart says he learned a lot from his first attempt at a daily double in Indy and Charlotte.
Chip Ganassi was a pretty good race car driver. But he's become a great race car owner.
A.J. Foyt IV's win in the first Infiniti Pro Series race kicked off a strong weekend for Foyt Racing.
While the Indy 500 means something different to everyone, Jack Arute is sure it binds all fans together.
The Indy 500 is an important piece to both the CART and IRL puzzles.
Jack Arute thinks the Ford Focus Midget Car Series will turn the tide for a declining racing form.