The NTT IndyCar Series put on a rip-roaring two-day season finale. The Firestone Grand Prix of St Petersburg, scheduled as the first race of the year, turned out to be the last of a 14-race campaign.
For the first time since 2013, the 2021 NTT INDYCAR Series will have a new street course venue to tackle.
The NTT IndyCar Series has been out of the public’s eye for nearly nine months, after ending the 2019 season on the WeatherTech Laguna Seca Raceway road course last September 22.
Under normal circumstances, this weekend would have featured the 104th Indianapolis 500 on the iconic 2.5-mile Indianapolis Motor Speedway (IMS) oval.
Andretti Autosport suffered a significant issue en route to the Firestone Grand Prix of St Petersburg, the first of 17 races in this year’s NTT IndyCar Series season, scheduled this weekend on the city’s streets and runway at Albert Whitted general aviation airport.
The NTT IndyCar Series’ oval races the past two weeks have been extremely exciting, in times for the best reasons of competition as well as the not-so-right reasons of crashes.
There’s been a lot of discussion going around the NTT IndyCar Series garage area at Indianapolis Motor Speedway: do we guarantee series regulars a spot in the Indianapolis 500 or does one get in strictly by merit?
For this year’s 103rd Indy 500 Dennis Reinbold has, for a second consecutive year, enlisted the services of J.R. Hildebrand to complement his younger driver, Sage Karam.
Within the past week, the newly renamed NTT IndyCar Series held a couple of tests in preparation for the Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg season opener, scheduled for March 8-10.
McLaren Racing and Fernando Alonso have announced a return to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway and 2019’s 103rd Indianapolis 500.