IndyCar, Firestone agree to multiyear extension
The IndyCar Series and tire supplier Firestone reached agreement on a multiyear contract extension.
NASCAR's Daniel Suarez is latest in historic Mexican racing firsts
When driver Daniel Suarez takes the wheel at Daytona, he will become the first full-time Mexican-born driver in NASCAR's Cup series.
Alexander Rossi finally gets to take home Indy 500 hardware
Alexander Rossi is still riding the high of winning the 2016 Indianapolis 500, but after getting his "Baby Borg" last week in Detroit, he's finally -- and eagerly -- looking ahead to 2017.
IndyCar charts its near-term future
As the IndyCar Series charts its course for the near future, car design is front and center. Also on everyone's mind? Costs and television deals.
Trustee: Exec used Boston GP as 'piggy bank'
A court-appointed bankruptcy trustee alleges Boston Grand Prix CFO John Casey used the event as his "personal piggy bank."
Booked up! Great reading available for racing fans' wish lists
There's still time to get that perfect book for the race fan in your life. John Oreovicz lists the ones he's had an eye on.
Andretti, Steinbrenners team up with teen Herta
Hank Steinbrenner, George Steinbrenner IV and Michael Andretti have hired 16-year-old Colton Herta to drive the No. 98 car in the Indy Lights Series next season.
Ganassi retains Chilton as fourth IndyCar driver
Max Chilton, who was 19th in the IndyCar standings as a rookie last season, will return to Chip Ganassi Racing in 2017.
Sato joins Andretti for 2017 IndyCar season
Michael Andretti said Japanese veteran Takuma Sato will benefit being part of the four-driver Andretti Autosport team next season, which opens March 12 in St. Petersburg, Florida.
Indy 500 mainstay Florence Henderson dies
Florence Henderson, one of America's most beloved television moms in "The Brady Bunch" and regular at the Indianapolis 500 has died, her manager and her publicist said. She was 82.
AJ Foyt Racing hires Munoz, Daly as '17 drivers
Carlos Munoz and Conor Daly will drive for AJ Foyt Racing during the 2017 IndyCar season.
Charting the IndyCar changes
IndyCar fans used to having months off will want to pay attention this offseason. From Alexander Rossi coming back to Ganassi switching manufacturers, change is in the air, writes John Oreovicz.
Alex Rossi's favourite Indy 500 memory.
2016 Indy 500 race winner Alex Rossi recalls what made the win so special for him.
Bourdais returns to Dale Coyne Racing for 2017
Sebastien Bourdais will return to Dale Coyne Racing next year along with two new engineers -- one of whom guided the Frenchman to four consecutive championships in Champ Car.
Kanaan rejoining Ganassi for 20th IndyCar run
Veteran driver Tony Kanaan will return to Chip Ganassi Racing as he prepares for his 20th IndyCar season.
Roger Penske and his IndyCar team keep getting better
Roger Penske had a very good week. First he celebrated another IndyCar Series championship, then capped it off by signing Josef Newgarden, the hottest young driver in the series.
Ganassi will switch to Honda engines in 2017
Chip Ganassi Racing announced Friday that its Verizon IndyCar Series team will switch to Honda engines and bodywork in 2017.
Penske signs Newgarden to replace Montoya
Team Penske has signed Josef Newgarden for the 2017 IndyCar season to replace Juan Pablo Montoya.
Pagenaud celebrates first IndyCar season title
Simon Pagenaud collected a $1 million champion's check on Tuesday night after winning a series-high five races and seven poles this season to claim the IndyCar Series title.
Indianapolis Motor Speedway on a roll with latest race
Finding a way to keep Indianapolis Motor Speedway busy year round is a challenge. Last weekend's Red Bull Air Race was just the latest success story for the iconic track.
Rossi to return to Andretti-Herta Autosport
Alexander Rossi used fuel mileage to pull off a stunning upset to win the 100th running of the Indy 500.
Newgarden leaving ECR amid Penske rumors
Josef Newgarden, amid rumors that he's coveted by Team Penske, has informed Ed Carpenter Racing he won't be back in 2017.
New Indy aero plan has plenty of fans
INDYCAR's announcement that development on aerodynamic components will be frozen at the end of 2016 for the 2017 season has many applauding. But changes could be coming again in 2018.
With Target's help, Chip Ganassi's racing empire has flourished
A sponsor doesn't go out and win the races itself, but the relationship between Target and Chip Ganassi Racing did help build an unprecedented path to motorsports success, writes John Oreovicz.
Pagenaud leaves no doubt who IndyCar champion is with Sonoma run
Simon Pagenaud started the season strong and finished it even better. Dominating the race at Sonoma and winning the title was a fitting way to end it, writes John Oreovicz.
Veteran F1 photographer Mark Sutton talks ESPN through his favourite shots from Brazil and Abu Dhabi
Maurice Hamilton argues that animosity between Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg is to expected and its up to Mercedes to deal with the repercussions.
ESPN assistant editor Nate Saunders explains why closed cockpits are not a straightforward solution to fatal accidents in motor racing.
ESPN rounds up the best radio soundbites from the Belgian Grand Prix.