Bourdais starts last, but finishes first at St. Petersburg.
Sebastien Bourdais started the day at the back of the field but races all the way to the front to claim the checkered flag in the Indy Car season opener at St. Petersburg.
Worst to first: Bourdais wins IndyCar opener
Sebastien Bourdais pulled off a major upset Sunday by driving from last place to win the IndyCar season opener at St. Petersburg.
Schlereth lends powerful voice to IndyCar race.
ESPN personality Mark Schlereth serves as grand marshal for the Firesteone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg and officially kicks off the race.
Power to start St. Pete season opener on pole
Will Power won the pole for IndyCar's season-opening race at St. Petersburg, a year after missing out on the race for what turned out to be an ear infection.
Will Honda get it together with Chip Ganassi Racing's help?
While Chip Ganassi Racing's switch to Honda may seem like a head-scratcher, it makes sense to the team's ace driver Scott Dixon, and like past CGR decisions, a wait-and-see approach is wise.
Vasser, KV Racing shut down IndyCar team
Former CART champion Jimmy Vasser has shut down his IndyCar team after 14 years and seven victories, including the 2013 Indianapolis 500.
Rahal keeps Steak 'n Shake as sponsor for 4 races
IndyCar driver Graham Rahal will continue to have Steak `n Shake as his primary sponsor for four races in 2017.
JR Hildebrand geared up for full-time comeback
JR Hildebrand avoided the sports car route to wait for something better when he lost his full-time IndyCar ride. After leading the Phoenix test, he might have found it with Ed Carpenter Racing.
Marco Andretti understands the time is now
Marco Andretti was lost in 2016, and he understands that. Can he use that knowledge and new strategist Bryan Herta to achieve glory in 2017? Andretti thinks so.
Winning on fumes: A year in the life of Alexander Rossi
ESPN's Nate Saunders talks to Alexander Rossi about a remarkable year that saw one door close in Formula One but another swing wide open in IndyCar.
Rossi to stay in IndyCar for 2017
Indy 500 winner Alexander Rossi will compete in another season of IndyCar for Andretti Autosport, it was confirmed on Monday.
IndyCar is Rossi's 'number one choice' for 2017
Indy 500 winner Alexander Rossi says another season of IndyCar is his "number one choice" for 2017, rather than a return to Formula One.
Rossi still a reserve driver at Manor
Alexander Rossi is still reserve driver at Manor despite Rio Haryanto's relegation to the same role, ESPN can confirm.
Power holds off Castroneves for 3rd win of year
IndyCar driver Will Power used a victory Sunday on the street course at Toronto to tie Team Penske teammate Simon Pagenaud for the most wins this season.
Rossi: Indy 500 win proved my ability
Alexander Rossi insists he is not dwelling on a return to Formula One despite raising his stock after winning the Indy 500 at the first attempt.
To the last drop: Rossi wins Indy 500 on fumes
American driver Alexander Rossi conserved fuel in the closing laps and came home first in the 100th Indianapolis 500.
Remembering Dan Wheldon
On the eve of the 100th Indy 500, Maurice Hamilton remembers one of its most popular winners, Dan Wheldon, the man Jenson Button once called a benchmark.