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  1. IRL icon Tony George shutters IndyCar team

    John Oreovicz

    IRL founder and former Indianapolis Motor Speedway CEO Tony George has shut down his IndyCar Series race team.

    Story | Conversation | January 28, 2010
  2. Tracy back in IndyCar limelight with one-race deal for Vision Rac...

    John Oreovicz

    Paul Tracy will get his shot in the unified IndyCar Series after all -- for one race, anyway. Tracy will drive a third entry for Tony George's Vision Racing at the Rexall Grand Prix of Edmonton on July 26.

    Story | Conversation | July 15, 2008
  3. Carpenter, Foyt dropped to 24th, 25th after failed inspections

    John Oreovicz

    Vision Racing's best-ever qualifying performance has gone for naught as both of the team's cars have been sent to the back of the grid for tonight's Gainsco Auto Insurance 300 at Homestead-Miami Speedway.

    Story | Conversation | March 29, 2008
  4. Surprises at Homestead

    John Oreovicz

    Wow. There were some significant surprises in Friday evening's IndyCar qualifying session at Homestead-Miami Speedway. How about Vision Racing qualifying second and third with Ed Carpenter and A.J. Foyt IV? We knew Tony George was taking control of ...

    Blog | Conversation | March 28, 2008
  5. Ed Carpenter tops the Meijer Indy 300 grid at Kentucky Speedway

    John Oreovicz

    If you think Kentucky Speedway is just like any other 1.5-mile oval on the IndyCar circuit, think again. This flat, bumpy racetrack is no cookie-cutter.

    Story | Conversation | September 03, 2010
  6. Franchitti avoids mistakes -- and there were many -- in wild Iowa...

    John Oreovicz

    Dario Franchitti padded his IndyCar Series lead by doing what the other title contenders could not. He managed to stay out of trouble in the inaugural -- and wild -- Iowa Corn 250, writes John Oreovicz.

    Story | Conversation | June 24, 2007
  7. Injuries from 2001 crash can't derail Hamilton

    John Oreovicz

    Davey Hamilton's racing future -- and life -- were in serious jeopardy after a horrific crash at Texas. Six years and 21 surgeries later, Hamilton makes his heroic return to Indy, writes John Oreovicz.

    Story | Conversation | May 09, 2007