Penske Racing 2014 team preview.
Gene Haas reiterated his desire to become America's first Formula 1 entrant since Penske Racing competed in the world's premier form of motorsport from a base in England from 1974-78.
Chip Ganassi Racing signs Tony Kanaan, reveals that team is switching from Honda to Chevrolet engines beginning in 2014.
INDYCAR awoke from its lengthy offseason slumber with Monday's media day showcase at Barber Motorsports Park. What did we learn? John Oreovicz breaks it down.
AJ Allmendinger had a dream job in NASCAR at Penske Racing in 2012, but it ended with his firing after a failed drug test. But now Roger Penske is giving him a second chance ... in the IndyCar Series.
For the fifth year in a row, Team Penske had a driver on the verge of an IndyCar title entering the final race. For the fifth year in a row, the legendary team fell short.
Did Will Power get robbed? Is Ryan Hunter-Reay out of the championship hunt? What exactly did we learn from Sunday's GoPro Indy Grand Prix of Sonoma? Plenty.
It's no surprise that Team Penske scored the pole for the 2012 Indianapolis 500. But Ryan Briscoe? Where did that come from?
Attention, class. Professor John Oreovicz has your first-quarter grades. Team Penske: Congratulations, you're at the head of the class. Chip Ganassi Racing: Don't forget, you have detention.
Forget about championship contenders Dario Franchitti and Will Power. The underdogs prevailed at Kentucky Speedway. Sunday belonged to Ed Carpenter and Sarah Fisher.
Will Power proved Sunday at Sonoma that he's the road course king. The big question now: Can the Penske star match that success on ovals?
The last time we saw Will Power on the Sonoma road course, he crashed hard and fractured two vertebrae. Needless to say, he's anxious to put those 2009 memories behind him.
Team Penske's three-headed monster -- Helio Castroneves, Ryan Briscoe and Will Power -- has claimed seven consecutive IndyCar pole positions. That streak may not end soon.
It's looking like a season of transition in the IndyCar Series, with five stories emerging. Some big ones? New sponsors for Penske, Danica's comfort zone and where's Graham Rahal?
From Danica watch to the unification of two embattled leagues to the ouster of Tony George at Indy, it was a roller-coaster decade in American Open Wheel racing.
One word best describes the level of success Target Chip Ganassi Racing and Penske Racing have enjoyed in the IndyCar Series the past two years: domination.