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Busch Flexes Muscle In Brickyard Practice

Kyle Busch has won four times in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series alone this year. (Eric Schwarzkopf Photo)

They don’t pay points for practice, but if they did Kyle Busch would have been the big winner in both NASCAR practice sessions at Indianapolis Motor Speedway on Friday.

Stewart Focused Ahead Of Final Brickyard 400

Tony Stewart is all business as he prepares for his final Brickyard 400 on Sunday at Indianapolis Motor Speedway. (Eric Schwarzkopf Photo)

For a driver that loves his moments of privacy, Tony Stewart still knows how to capture the attention.

Gordon Talks Unexpected Indy Return

Jeff Gordon (left) was joined by Rick Hendrick during a press conference Friday at Indianapolis Motor Speedway to discuss his unexpected return to Indianapolis Motor Speedway. (NASCAR Photo)

Only in NASCAR can a driver get a second chance to win their final Brickyard 400.

It’s Will Power’s Day In Toronto

Will Power continues to gain ground in the Verizon IndyCar Series standings. (Al Steinberg Photo)

For most of Sunday’s Honda Indy Toronto, Scott Dixon was out for a Sunday drive. He started on the pole and led two times for 56 laps in the 85-lap race before a caution flag left the four-time Verizon IndyCar Series champion seeing red as Will Power won the Toronto race for the third time in his career.

Extra Lap Helps Dixon Grab Toronto Pole

Scott Dixon secured his first Verizon IndyCar Series pole of the season on Saturday in Toronto. (Al Steinberg Photo)

Scott Dixon showed why he is ‘The Master’ by the way he won the Verizon P1 Award on Saturday afternoon for Sunday’s 30th Honda Indy Toronto.

Newgarden Decimates Iowa IndyCar Field

With Josef Newgarden leaving the team, Ed Carpenter Racing is evaluating its options. (Al Steinberg Photo)

Josef Newgarden, who just one month ago was injured in a serious crash at Texas Motor Speedway and suffered a broken clavicle and fractured right wrist, took the lead on the opening lap of Sunday’s Verizon IndyCar Series Iowa Corn 300 at Iowa Speedway and never looked back.

Pagenaud Gives Penske 500th Pole In Racing

Simon Pagenaud earned the pole for Sunday's Iowa Corn 300 on Saturday, giving Team Penske 500 pole across all racing disciplines. (Al Steinberg Photo)

There aren’t many milestones left for Team Penske, but the operation keeps finding new ones to celebrate.

Power Dominates Road America Return

Will Power dominated Sunday's Verizon IndyCar Series race at Road America. (Eric Schwarzkopf Photo)

The best way to describe Will Power’s victory in IndyCar racing’s return to Road America can be summed up in one word – flawless.

Fresh Tires Push Power To Pole

Will Power earned the 44th Indy car pole of his career on Saturday at Road America. (Eric Schwarzkopf Photo)

On a weekend when big-time Indy car racing has returned to Road America for the first time since 2007, a driver who competed in that last race nine years ago discovered he still has the feel for the massive 4.048-mile, 14-turn road course.

Rahal Leads Road America IndyCar Practice

Graham Rahal was fastest during the opening day of Verizon IndyCar Series practice at Road America on Friday. (Al Steinberg Photo)

On Friday morning at Road America, Graham Rahal had a problem that so many Wisconsin natives have in the dead of winter.


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