It was a “Race of Dreams” – one driver was attempting to become the fourth four-time winner of the Indianapolis 500. The other was a driver who had watched the Indianapolis 500 for the first time on television while he was still in diapers with his father and wondered if he would ever get a chance to win just one Indianapolis 500.
In a year where there is no clear-cut favorite in the 98th Indianapolis 500, throw about 15 names into a hat and pick one.
Target/Chip Ganassi Racing scored a sweep on Carb Day for the 98th Indianapolis 500 while Gabby Chaves snatched away victory by the narrowest of margins in the Freedom 100 Indy Lights Series race.
Brian Goslee is a crew member that stands out in Gasoline Alley at Indianapolis Motor Speedway and the pit area at the other events on the Verizon IndyCar Series schedule.
Paul Page’s career has literally come full circle at the most famous oval in the world – Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
The day after the final round of qualifications for the Indianapolis 500 is traditionally a quiet day at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway while the field of 33 drivers fly off to locations around the United States for a Media Tour.
After winning the pole for the Indianapolis 500 for the second straight year, Ed Carpenter’s nickname should be “Easy Ed.”
For the second straight year, owner/driver Ed Carpenter was the fastest driver on the first day of qualifications for the Indianapolis 500.
It was Flash Flood Friday at Indianapolis Motor Speedway as heavy rain in the morning followed by even more rain in the afternoon made Fast Friday a rather quick affair.
James Hinchcliffe is back after the Andretti Autosport driver passed the closed concussion test given to him by the InydCar Medical Staff on Thursday which means the Dallara/Honda driver will be in the car for Fast Friday at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.