Anyone who’s ever watched, anyone who’s ever been to the Greatest Spectacle in Racing knows it’s not hyperbole to state it’s the “greatest” race in the world.
The 104th Indianapolis 500, scheduled for May 24, will have a different look than those that preceded it.
It’s final – the Indianapolis Motor Speedway (IMS), the NTT IndyCar Series and IMS Productions are now part of Penske Corporation.
Louis “Sonny” Meyer, Jr., acknowledged by his peers as one of the most successful engine builders in Indianapolis 500 history, has died at the age of 89.
For nearly 74 years, the Hulman and George families have been stewards of Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
It was quite a Monday morning surprise.
Can it really be 50 years since Mario Andretti arrived at Indianapolis Motor Speedway’s Victory Lane to get a smooch from car owner Andy Granatelli, after winning his one and only Indianapolis 500?
Mari Hulman George, matriarch of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, has passed away at age 83.
USAC took over Indianapolis Motor Speedway on Wednesday and Thursday, September 5 and 6, to christen the Brickyard’s first dirt-track race.
September’s Driven2SaveLives “BC39” national midget race, set for September 5-6, is on its way to becoming the highest entry event in USAC history.