Russian driver Mikhail Aleshin was the fastest of the five rookies on the track Monday at Indianapolis.
Jacques Villeneuve didn't really have the experience to appreciate winning the 1995 Indy 500, but nearly 20 years on, he's extremely grateful to be back, writes John Oreovicz.
There are new faces in new places, but the 2014 IndyCar Series grid could be a strong one. John Oreovicz takes a trip down pit road to break it down team by team.
With new faces, new engine rules and a new title sponsor, the Verizon IndyCar Series has a golden opportunity for growth in 2014, writes John Oreovicz.
The Indianapolis 500 received a considerable boost when programs were announced for NASCAR star Kurt Busch and former CART and F1 champ Jacques Villeneuve. How will they fare?
Jacques Villeneuve is ready to make an IndyCar comeback.
1995 Indianapolis 500 winner and 1997 Formula One champion Jacques Villeneuve will enter this year's race, RACER.com reported Monday.
The sale of Phoenix Racing was completed on Wednesday, sources close to the situation told ESPN.com. An official announcement is expected later in the week, likely Friday.
James Finch, Phoenix Racing, Harry Scott Jr.
NASCAR drivers and their families love coming to Sonoma, Calif., because it's almost like a mini vacation for many. Then of course, all hell breaks loose on Sunday, Terry Blount writes.
Nelson Piquet Jr. captured his first Nationwide Series victory one year ago at Road America. But it wasn't the most popular storyline. It wasn't even close.
Justin Allgaier passed Jacques Villeneuve on the final lap during a green-white-checkered finish and won the Nationwide race at Circuit Gilles Villeneuve, depriving the French Canadian of his first victory at any level in NASCAR.
Alex Tagliani has won pole position for the NASCAR Nationwide race Saturday at Circuit Gilles Villeneuve, his hometown track.
Danica Patrick has developed an affinity for racing stock cars on road courses, and that's where the series will be the next two weeks.
What gives with Michael Waltrip Racing? Did Danica get dumped? Who surprised at Sonoma? What can we expect at Kentucky? Our NASCAR experts break it down.
Kurt Busch showed he can wheel a race car on the road course at Sonoma. But equally as impressive was how the oft-criticized driver handled himself off the racetrack.