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.
This Labor Day weekend marks the fourth race since NHRA restarted its season following a four-plus month hiatus due to the novel coronavirus, COVID-19.
The Indianapolis Motor Speedway is changing how it intends to run the 104th Indianapolis 500 next month. Before the novel coronavirus, COVID-19, upended known society, the race was scheduled, as it has been since 1911, on the Sunday before Memorial Day in May.
Torrence would not be the only legendary driver to pull off an impressive win in Indy.
With 36 cars on the grounds that were capable of filling the field – not a true wanker among them – this year’s two days of weather-affected time trials took on the kind of drama that was so much of Indy lore prior to the split between CART and the Indy Racing League in 1996.
The 45th Acura Grand Prix of Long Beach was more than a collection of racing events – as seems customary, it was a “happening” of the highest order.
For Barrett-Jackson’s 2019 Scottsdale Auction, David Johnston will consign seven cars from very different parts of the car collecting world, all with No Reserve. First up is a 1957 A.J. Watson Indy roadster re-creation that’s been specially built for action at Bonneville Speed Week.
McLaren Racing and Fernando Alonso have announced a return to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway and 2019’s 103rd Indianapolis 500.
Harding Racing has elected to hire Conor Daly to race the No. 88 for this weekend’s Honda Indy Toronto on the streets surrounding that city’s Exhibition Place.
INDYCAR used Saturday to securing a place in the race using multiple attempts and allowed each driver but a single opportunity to stake positions in the field on Sunday.