It’s a third career Detroit win for Dixon at Race 2

DETROIT - The NTT IndyCar Series weekend of insanity has concluded for the Chevrolet Detroit Grand Prix on Belle Isle with Chip Ganassi Racing's Scott Dixon crowned the winner of Race 2. After a dramatic and delayed race yesterday evening and an odd qualifying session this morning, the second of the Dual in Detroit races … Continue reading It’s a third career Detroit win for Dixon at Race 2

Newgarden gets Chevrolet win in a slippery first race in Detroit

(Image: Joe Skibinski for IndyCar Media) With a near slip-n-slide for a track, Josef Newgarden makes it another win in quick succession for Team Penske with a win for the title sponsor, Chevrolet in the first of the two races here in Detroit. The Penske driver, lead 25 of the 43 laps today in contention … Continue reading Newgarden gets Chevrolet win in a slippery first race in Detroit

Rossi dominating Detroit GP weekend with pole for first race

Andretti Autosport's Alexander Rossi continues his impressive lead from yesterday's practices to take the pole for the first of the "Dual in Detroit" races here at the Chevrolet Detroit Grand Prix. Rossi appears to still have the hunger leftover from Indy in his last competitive laps with Team Penske's Indy 500 Champion Simon Pagenaud and … Continue reading Rossi dominating Detroit GP weekend with pole for first race

Free Prix IndyCar Practice Results

(Image: Marcus Ericsson, for Schmidt-Peterson Motorsports takes off during this afternoon's Pit-Stop practice) The NTT IndyCar series completes their first two practices sessions of the weekend, preparing for tomorrow's qualifying and the 70-lap race. Andretti Autosport's Alexander Rossi, still running hungry from his battle with the current Indy 500 Champion Simon Pagenaud, remains at the … Continue reading Free Prix IndyCar Practice Results

Go big or go home: It’s time for The Greatest Spectacle in Racing

INDIANAPOLIS - The thin line of bricks that lay neatly surrounded by the long blacktop hold more history than one may be able to imagine. Names like A.J. Foyt, Jimmy Clark, Johnny Rutherford and this year's celebrated Mario Andretti (who won this very race 50 years ago),  have each crossed this line after tackling the … Continue reading Go big or go home: It’s time for The Greatest Spectacle in Racing