Helio Castroneves had a great week at Sonoma and an awful week at Baltimore. Just another wild roller-coaster ride in the IndyCar Series.
Helio Castroneves still feels like he won the Edmonton race last season. After all, he crossed the line first. Having had it taken away, he's got some unfinished business.
Helio Castroneves had a car good enough to win in consecutive short-track races at Milwaukee and Iowa. Too bad tire issues in both events prevented him from reaching the podium.
Helio Castroneves -- and for that matter the rest of Team Penske -- wasn't very happy with what went down at Indianapolis, but a rebound at Texas has things looking up.
Helio Castroneves was hoping to rebound at Barber Motorsports Park after a disappointing IndyCar Series opener at St. Pete. It didn't happen.
Helio Castroneves is still scratching his head after finishing a disappointing 20th in the season-opening Honda Grand Prix of St. Petersburg. The three-time Indy 500 winner breaks it down.
So what does Helio Castroneves think of the 2011 competition in the Izod IndyCar Series? He's not scared, but he is keeping a watchful eye on things.
A new season brings new hope for IndyCar Series star Helio Castroneves. At the top of his to-do list in 2011: a fourth Indianapolis 500 championship.
Adding road and street courses to the IRL has drivers on cloud nine. Now, let's unify open-wheel.
Think being a highly-paid race car driver is all about glitz? Think again. Logistics often are rather mundane.
Helio Castroneves has two Indy 500 wins, a pole victory and a runner-up. Now, he says he wants more.
Two-time Indy 500 champion Helio Castroneves talks about his new teammate and more in his ESPN.com diary.