Helio Castroneves will be "Dancing with the Stars." Sam Hornish Jr. likely will be rubbing fenders in NASCAR. It looks the end of the road for Team Penske's dynamic duo, writes John Schwarb.
Sam Hornish Jr. called 2007 a "terrible year," but he can erase a lot of bad memories Sunday by winning the IndyCar Series finale at Chicagoland Speedway.
Team Penske teammates Sam Hornish Jr. and Helio Castroneves expected to make up ground on short ovals like Richmond this season. Now they may be happy those short ovals are off the rest of the schedule, writes John Schwarb.
The 2006 season wasn't what the Rahal Letterman team wanted, but going without Danica Patrick -- and a third car -- is the strategy now, writes John Schwarb.
Sam Hornish Jr. was ready to do something heroic to beat Dan Wheldon on Sunday. He didn't have to in the end, writes John Schwarb.
The Penske cars driven by Helio Castroneves and Sam Hornish Jr. qualified 1-2 again. No surprise there, writes John Schwarb.
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With six races still left in the season, Sam Hornish Jr. is threatening to run away with the IndyCar title, writes John Schwarb.
Winning the pole was nice. Winning the Indy 500 would be better, but what Roger Penske wants is total domination, writes John Schwarb.
There were two statements made at Indy on Saturday. Sam Hornish Jr. won the pole; the Ganassi cars didn't challenge it, writes John Schwarb.
Rain hampered Sam Hornish Jr.'s quest to earn the Indy 500 pole. Pole Day was postponed until Sunday with portions broadcast live on ESPN2. • Chat with the pole winner Sunday