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.
If you look at the IndyCar Series and its collection of teams, you’ll find most of the owners have raced competitively in the sport.
Harding Steinbrenner Racing, which started in 2017 as a single-car entry at the Indianapolis 500 with Gabby Chaves at the controls of a Harding Racing-entered Chevrolet-powered Indy car, will switch brands for the upcoming 2019 IndyCar Series.
If Alexander Rossi shows the temperament that guided him and engineers Jeremy Milless and Brian Page to P2 in 2018, they’ve got to be favorites to succeed next year.
The IndyCar Series’ Harding Racing has added George Michael Steinbrenner IV as part owner, as the young entrepreneur joins Indianapolis businessman Mike Harding in the US’s top open wheel series, a team that will now be known as Harding Steinbrenner Racing.
As he crossed the start-finish line at Sonoma Raceway on Sunday, Scott Dixon equaled a record held by the great A.J. Foyt.
This weekend is the close of the Verizon IndyCar Series. It’s Verizon’s last stand as series sponsor – Sonoma Raceway’s finale as the site of the season closer in its now-15 years of hosting the series.
Newly-named 2018 Verizon IndyCar Series Rookie of the Year Robert Wickens is continuing to undergo surgeries related to his devastating accident at Pocono Raceway last month.
Don’t get me wrong; I love old racetracks. Slogging through the mud at places like Mid-Ohio and Maple Grove is something with which I can deal. But one thing I can’t take about old racetracks is their inability, in this day and age, to properly prepare for the series that are racing on the track.
Verizon IndyCar Series entrant Andretti Autosport, who teamed with McLaren to run Fernando Alonso during the 2017 Indianapolis 500, have scheduled a road-course test for the driver at Barber Motorsports Park.