Tony Kanaan will race the four INDYCAR oval circuits on tap for 2021 in the #48 Ganassi Honda, while Jimmie Johnson handles the street and road courses.
There was a lot of news this weekend in the NTT IndyCar Series, which held its penultimate doubleheader on the Indianapolis Motor Speedway’s 2.439-mile, 14-corner infield/oval road course.
When NASCAR and INDYCAR announced a mutual date at Indianapolis Motor Speedway (IMS) next year, it cemented the knowledge that NASCAR, in particular, is changing how it approaches its standing at the pinnacle of American motorsports.
Jimmie Johnson’s final year as a full-time driver in NASCAR’s Cup Series isn’t going the way he’d hoped. He didn’t make the playoffs and won’t be able to contend for an eighth championship in the series’ top class.
More and more states are opening back up for racing. The COVID-19 pandemic has rescheduled, postponed, and canceled many race events across the country. Recently a few states have started to bring racing back under certain guidelines.
The top rung of the Road to Indy, INDYCAR and Andersen Promotions’ Indy Lights Series presented by Cooper Tires will be on hiatus until 2021
No matter how good the iRacing platform might be – and it’s very, very good – it just not the same thing as real racing.
Following in the footsteps of several other major series, the NTT INDYCAR Series has changes to several of their events.
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.
INDYCAR has elected to suspend all competition for all of its series, the NTT IndyCar Series and the Road to Indy Series (Indy Lights, Indy Pro and USF2000) until May.