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The Dallara-Honda in which Alexander Rossi won this year’s 100th running of the Indy 500 will be presented to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Museum on Thursday.
Three drivers will make their Supercar debuts this weekend in Los Angeles
The winner of the 100th Indianapolis 500 and IndyCar’s Rookie of the Year Alexander Rossi has agreed terms to remain with Andretti-Herta Autosport next year.
Tanner Foust regain the championship lead from teammate Scott Speed
Red Bull Global Rallycross returns to one of its most popular markets for the first time in two years this weekend
Scott Speed earned his third straight race victory
Despite intense battles under a heavy rain, Scott Speed swept qualifying, his heats, and the main event.
Speed, the defending Supercar champion, got past Brian Deegan on the final lap of a muddy main event to earn the eighth victory of his Red Bull GRC career.
Ryan Hunter-Reay and Bryan Herta agree that cockpit safety should be a priority for IndyCar, but they remain uncertain that a halo or aeroscreen would have helped protect Josef Newgarden in his shunt yesterday.
As the 2016 Championship season reaches its mid-way mark, Alexander now sits on a points tally of 242 overall.
New manufacturer Honda took the first podium of its foray into rallycross in only its second race.
Tanner Foust kicked off the 2016 season with a statement victory at Red Bull GRC Phoenix
NAPA Auto Parts has stepped up to the plate to back American Indy 500 rookie Alexander Rossi.
The series comes to the “World Center of Racing” on June 17-19 for a doubleheader that will make up Rounds 4 and 5 of the 2016 season.
Former F1 driver Alexander Rossi admits he’s puzzled at the loss of speed he felt during Saturday’s qualifying session at St. Petersburg, but believes his race pace will be more representative of his potential.
The manufacturer and its Honda Performance Development racing arm will present an impressive lineup at Sunday’s season-opening Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg
Andretti-Herta’s new signing Alexander Rossi tells Motorsport.com he was impressed by his first two days testing an IndyCar and that he has high hopes for St. Petersburg.