The racing community is pleased with the IRL's decision to slow cars down in time for the Indy 500.
From Brazilian dominance to rookie surprises, there were plenty of stories to follow at Indy this year.
There are plenty of drivers who can win the Indy 500, but most eyes will be on Helio Castroneves.
With or without an Indy 500 victory, Michael Andretti is leaving the cockpit on his own terms.
Bump Day might have left a lot to be desired, but the Indy 500 itself could be a good show.
Qualifying for the Indy 500 is always tense, but Sunday's windy conditions didn't help matters.
Michael Andretti has a back-up plan for Dario Franchitti. He's bringing in the old man.
The IRL is attempting to get some of its top drivers ready to roll for next month's Indy 500.
Michael Andretti's team has been ravaged by injuries but his May Day cry may be answered.
Two-time Indy 500 champ Helio Castroneves is on Jaguar's short list for 2003, reports Robin Miller.
Barry Green's Indy 500 appeal turned out to be a big waste of time, writes Robin Miller.
ESPN.com's Robin Miller is reporting that Barry Green will file an official appeal on the Indy 500 results.
The Indianapolis 500 still isn't what it once was, but it's certainly the best field since 1996.
After weeks of speculation, Tony Stewart and Jimmy Vasser are expected to join Chip Ganassi's team at Indianapolis.
A report that Tony Stewart would race in the Indy 500 that broke on RPM2Night two weeks ago is almost a reality.
Chip Ganassi, apparently uncomfortable with his rookie Indy 500 tandem, is putting out feeler with veterans.