Helio Castroneves continues his quest for a first Indy car title Sunday at scenic Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course -- a track that has been awfully good to the three-time Indy 500 winner, writes John Oreovicz.
There are double points on the line Sunday at Pocono and that has some drivers uneasy about the 500-mile crapshoot while others are raring to go for the second leg of IndyCar's "Triple Crown," writes John Oreovicz.
Ryan Hunter-Reay had the best Month of May, powering to the top of the standings thanks in large part to the double points awarded for his 500 win. The race to the championship really starts now, writes John Oreovicz.
What if you went to a beautiful park and saw an auto race break out? That's pretty much what you get at the Honda Indy Grand Prix of Alabama. Scott Dixon hopes he finally has a walk in the park, writes John Oreovicz.
You certainly don't want to discount a thrilling victory for Mike Conway at Long Beach, but Sunday's race was bizarre at times. There were plenty of angry drivers when it was over, John Oreovicz writes.
Ryan Hunter-Reay has won at Long Beach before, but qualifying has always been a different story. He rolled to the pole Saturday for Sunday's race, but admits that may not mean much, writes John Oreovicz.
Whether he intended to or not, Will Power scrunched up the field on a pivotal restart Sunday in St. Pete. But it likely didn't impact the outcome -- a clear victory for Team Penske, writes John Oreovicz.
The longest offseason in racing is over, with the IndyCar Series ready to take to the streets of St. Petersburg to open 2014. Who gets an early leg up on the championship? The event offers up more than just the usual suspects.
The IndyCar set is ready to get back in action at the end of the month, and this week's test in Alabama -- led by Will Power -- demonstrated that the battle between engine suppliers Honda and Chevrolet may be a good one.