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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.
Ryan Briscoe is more than just a good driver, he can be a contender with Chip Ganassi Racing. As Ganassi and Roger Penske battle back and forth, Ganassi may hold the stronger hand now.
Ryan Briscoe kept waiting for a full-time IndyCar opening.
In ESPN The Magazine's Interview Issue, Alyssa Roenigk writes about how three-time IndyCar champ Scott Dixon beat everyone's expectations this season -- and lived up to his own.
Like many women drivers, Shannon McIntosh is in search of funding. In a novel approach, she reached out to fans, and they came through.
IndyCar and team owner Mark Olson have resolved issues stemming from a race in 2011.
Juan Pablo Montoya needed a change. Penske Racing needed a spark. Together, their goals are aligned: to derail the Ganassi IndyCar juggernaut.
Juan Pablo Montoya is turning laps in an Indy car again during his first official test with Penske Racing.
Schmidt Peterson Motorsports has signed Russian driver Mikhail Aleshin for its second IndyCar entry in 2014.
Andretti Autosport will add Carlos Munoz to its IndyCar lineup next season.
IndyCar owner/driver Ed Carpenter said Friday that he will run a partial schedule in 2014, driving six oval races and turning all road/street courses over to Mike Conway.
Sam Hornish Jr. crossed off every goal in IndyCar before leaving the series for NASCAR.
In the six years Dario Franchitti had been driving for Chip Ganassi, he had only phoned his boss once from his home in Scotland.
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.
Three-time Indianapolis 500 winner Dario Franchitti reluctantly retired Thursday after doctors told him it is too dangerous to continue racing following the injuries he suffered in a crash last month.
Phoenix International Raceway would welcome IndyCar back, but the track president doesn't believe those who run the series have much interest in a return.