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The Indianapolis Motor Speedway Hall of Fame nominating committee has announced that drivers Gil de Ferran and Janet Guthrie, along with broadcaster Paul Page, are in the running for this year’s induction.
Penske Corporation, which last November was revealed as purchasing Indianapolis Motor Speedway, the NTT IndyCar Series and IMS Productions, has today announced it has completed the acquisition of all three entities.
Naoki Yamamoto says he is interested in competing internationally off the back of his maiden Formula 1 run this year, but has no desire to represent Honda in the NTT IndyCar Series.
Motorsport.com's countdown of the biggest stories in racing in 2019 continues with Penske Entertainment taking over ownership of Indianapolis Motor Speedway, IndyCar and IMS Productions.
Motorsport.com's countdown of the biggest stories in racing in 2019 continues with McLaren’s stunning failure to qualify for the Indianapolis 500 with Fernando Alonso.
Alexander Rossi says he’s pleased that he and Andretti Autosport-Honda this year eradicated errors that hurt their 2018 IndyCar campaign, but feels the team lost out to Penske-Chevrolet due to a lack of pace in the season’s second half.
Alex Palou, who has replaced Sebastien Bourdais in the Dale Coyne Racing team for 2020, says that making the move from Super Formula to the NTT IndyCar Series was “a dream and a goal to fulill.”
McLaren will not expand to a third top-tier motorsport programme if it is “fiscally irresponsible” for the British sportscar manufacturer, CEO Zak Brown says.
Motorsport.com continues its annual countdown of the biggest stories in racing with IndyCar’s confirmation that Red Bull Advanced Technologies' aeroscreen will become mandatory in 2020.
Five-time IndyCar champion Scott Dixon will make his Bathurst 12 Hours debut next year with the R-Motorsport Aston Martin squad.
Motorsport.com continues its annual countdown of the biggest stories in racing with the surprising spate of established IndyCar drivers – James Hinchcliffe, Spencer Pigot, Sebastien Bourdais – losing their rides amid a wave of new talent arriving.
Supercars champion Scott McLaughlin will test a Penske IndyCar at Sebring International Raceway next month.
Alexander Rossi, who made his Bathurst 1000 and Supercars debut this year alongside fellow IndyCar rookie James Hinchcliffe, has pledged to return to the event wiser and better prepared, but confirmed it wouldn’t happen in 2020 due to IMSA commitments.
The 2020 NTT IndyCar Series will see shifts in green-flag times for four of its 17 races, while IndyCar has also now revealed the start time of the returning event at Richmond Raceway.
Arrow McLaren SP has signed Oliver Askew as one half of its 2020 youth movement, and the team’s belief is not misplaced, writes David Malsher.
Dale Coyne has confirmed that James Hinchcliffe is on his shortlist of drivers to take the IndyCar seat vacated by Sebastien Bourdais, but said that F2 ace Sergio Sette Camara and Super Formula race winner Alex Palou are also in the running.