There was another practice-session crash on race day last week at Kentucky. Once again, Rusty Wallace says practicing on the day of a race is detrimental to the sport.
With four races left on the IndyCar schedule, the title race is red-hot. Sam Hornish Jr. has to be the favorite, but there are plenty of drivers to give him a run, writes Rusty Wallace.
The two things that stand out after Nashville were Sam Hornish Jr.'s mistake and Danica Patrick's improvement, writes Rusty Wallace.
Sam Hornish Jr. has done a lot of things right this year, but trouble is always lurking, writes Rusty Wallace.
It's easy to understand why Dan Wheldon is frustrated, but patience will pay off, writes Rusty Wallace.
It's hard to figure how Sam Hornish Jr. came on late to win the Indy 500, but it sure was fun to watch, writes Rusty Wallace.
Although Sam Hornish Jr. must be thinking about his wreck just a little, Marco Andretti should be proud, writes Rusty Wallace.
Rain wiped out the schedule at Indianapolis this past weekend, but the format is fine and this weekend has plenty of drama.
Helio Castroneves has won the last two IndyCar races and that makes him the driver to beat next month at Indy, writes Rusty Wallace.
Drivers don't mind finishing races under caution, but fans don't like it. Rusty Wallace explains why in his weekly column.
With two days of practice and drivers using the same engine, Rusty Wallace thinks it's time for the IRL to eliminate practice sessions on race day.
How will Dan Wheldon do with a new team? How good can Danica Patrick be? Rusty Wallace has the answers in his IndyCar Q&A.