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  1. Indy car -- It was a celebration day for Newman/Haas Racing

    John Oreovicz

    INDIANAPOLIS -- It still seems strange -- not to mention inaccurate -- to talk about Newman/Haas Racing in the past tense. After all, NHR is still in operation at the team's longtime base in Lincolnshire, Ill., with Brian Lisles leading a small cre...

    Blog | Conversation | March 01, 2014
  2. Newman/Haas Racing withdraws from IndyCar Series

    John Oreovicz

    Newman/Haas Racing, one of most successful teams in the history of Indy car racing, announced its withdrawal from the IndyCar Series on Thursday.

    Story | Conversation | December 01, 2011
  3. Defending IndyCar Grand Prix of Edmonton winner Will Power is the...

    John Oreovicz

    Controversy continues to surround the cash-strapped IndyCar Grand Prix of Edmonton. But there's no controversy over who's the driver to beat Sunday.

    Story | Conversation | July 23, 2010
  4. Can new title sponsor and new leader help Izod IndyCar Series rec...

    John Oreovicz

    Can a new title sponsor and a new leader help the IndyCar Series reclaim the popularity that it enjoyed in the 1980s and '90s? We'll find out soon enough.

    Story | Conversation | March 08, 2010
  5. IndyCar Series takin' it to the streets in 2010

    John Oreovicz

    Those of us with a dark sense of humor have joked that the IndyCar Series has been gradually morphing into the old CART/Champ Car World Series, and the release of the 2010 schedule has done nothing to change that trend. The series created in 1996 al...

    Blog | Conversation | July 31, 2009
  6. Sebastien Bourdais is just the latest star from America to flop i...

    John Oreovicz

    Confirmation that Sebastien Bourdais has been dropped midseason by the Scuderia Toro Rosso Formula One team is another punch in the gut for aficionados of American open-wheel racing. The latest failure of a star from the American scene to consistent...

    Blog | Conversation | July 16, 2009
  7. Status quo? Not in IndyCar Series

    John Oreovicz

    What's new for IndyCar in 2009? Plenty. From the return of Dario Franchitti to the early absence of Helio Castroneves, '09 promises to be a season of change.

    Story | Conversation | March 29, 2009
  8. John Oreovicz: Tony Kanaan had a good 2008, but he wants a much b...

    John Oreovicz

    A race victory and a third-place finish in the championship is a fine season for most. Most IndyCar drivers aren't Tony Kanaan, writes John Oreovicz.

    Story | Conversation | February 23, 2009
  9. John Oreovicz: Bobby Rahal not panicking ... yet

    John Oreovicz

    Wanted: Sponsor to fund 2009 IndyCar Series season for turn-key operation. Only serious inquiries please. For details, contact Rahal Letterman Racing.

    Story | Conversation | January 27, 2009
  10. Champ Car-IndyCar merger beefed up car numbers, series credibilit...

    John Oreovicz

    Year 1 in the open-wheel unification went about as well as can be expected. Car counts were up. So were fan attendance and TV ratings. And the racing was pretty good, too. The true test, however, will come in 2009, writes John Oreovicz.

    Story | Conversation | October 11, 2008
  11. Toe-tappin' Castroneves long overdue for his first race win of 20...

    John Oreovicz

    Helio Castroneves might have a mirror ball in his trophy case for the dance title he won, but he doesn't have a 2008 race win in the IndyCar Series. That could change on Sunday when Helio and the gang share a twin bill with the American Le Mans Series at Mid-Ohio, writes John Oreovicz.

    Story | Conversation | July 18, 2008
  12. Road to IndyCar Series title will be a road-race affair starting ...

    John Oreovicz

    Sunday's race at Watkins Glen is only the second road or street course event of the season. But with five of the final eight races on serpentine tracks, the road to the IndyCar Series title is on the roads, writes John Oreovicz.

    Story | Conversation | July 03, 2008
  13. With Dixon and Wheldon hitting the books, Target/Chip Ganassi get...

    John Oreovicz

    It's report-card time in the IndyCar Series. Who's at the head of the class? That's a no-brainer. Professor John Oreovicz writes the boys at Target/Chip Ganassi have been doing their homework and are passing with flying colors.

    Story | Conversation | June 23, 2008
  14. Danica quiets her critics with landmark victory in Japan

    John Oreovicz

    Danica Patrick: Magazine cover girl and now IndyCar Series race winner. Patrick finally quieted her critics Sunday in Japan by becoming the first woman to win an IndyCar race. John Oreovicz calls it arguably the most significant motorsports achievement to date for a female driver.

    Story | Conversation | April 19, 2008
  15. Rahal's emergence at St. Pete great news for American open-wheel ...

    John Oreovicz

    Can the IndyCar Series stand any more good news? First came Danica, then Helio, followed by unification. Enter Graham Rahal, whose stunning win at St. Pete on Sunday gave league officials something else to crow about, writes John Oreovicz.

    Story | Conversation | April 09, 2008
  16. Newcomer Wilson sets pace in opening practice at St. Petersburg

    John Oreovicz

    On the familiar turf of a street course, the drivers and teams making the transition to the IndyCar Series from the Champ Car World Series showed their true potential in the opening practice for Sunday's Honda Grand Prix of St. Petersburg.

    Story | Conversation | April 04, 2008