Fans of major motorsports have some distinct decisions to make this weekend with just about every major racing organization in play.
You could say the 2019 racing season is starting out really well for Colton Herta, the 18-year-old son of former multi-series driver and current team co-owner Bryan Herta.
Honda Performance Development (HPD) doesn’t care if its NTT IndyCar Series engineers are male or female; they’ve just got to be good at their jobs.
The NTT IndyCar Series kicked off with a rousing race on Sunday.
It’s been six months since the NTT IndyCar Series has had on-track competition but that changes this weekend, when 24 Dallara Indy cars take to the 1.8-mile, 14-corner street/airport racetrack for practice, qualifying and Sunday afternoon’s 110 laps of racing.
Janet Guthrie had a storied career in auto racing, but may be best-remembered as the first woman to qualify for the Indianapolis 500.
Bridgestone’s Firestone brand is going to be the exclusive tire supplier and Official Tire for the NTT IndyCar® Series for at least another five years.
The 103rd running of the Indianapolis 500 became even more compelling when Andretti Autosport announced the addition of Conor Daly to its already stellar four-driver lineup.
Although the series doesn’t start its 17-race calendar until the second weekend of March, the NTT IndyCar Series has been busy with announcements and will soon conduct its initial open tests in preparation for the season-starter at St Petersburg, Fla.
The IndyCar Series has a new sponsor for 2019 and, hopefully, many years to come. NTT, a global information technology and communications firm, has signed a multi-year agreement to become the series’ title partner.