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.
Ex-head of Boston Indy bid charged in assault
John Casey, the former chief executive of a failed effort to bring IndyCar racing to Boston, was charged Thursday with kicking a news photographer in a courthouse hallway.
Phoenix track overhaul means different things for NASCAR, IndyCar
NASCAR restarts should be wilder than ever at Phoenix when the track finishes its facelift next year. New amenities will benefit the IndyCar Series as well.
Sebastian Vettel goes solo to win Race of Champions Nation's Cup
Sebastian Vettel didn't just win the Nation's Cup for Germany all by himself Sunday at the Race of Champions. He atoned for a quick exit from Saturday's individual event in the process.
IndyCar trending up as drivers and teams gear up for season
With a new car coming in 2018 and a solid season behind it, IndyCar appears to be trending up as drivers and teams gear up for 2017.
Race of Champions is truly international
With the Race of Champions hitting Miami's Marlins Park this weekend, a true international flavor is represented by the likes of Kurt and Kyle Busch, Sebastian Vettel, Tony Kanaan and more.
NAPA sponsoring Rossi's back-to-back Indy bid
NAPA Auto Parts will once again be the primary sponsor for Alexander Rossi and his No. 98 car as he chases his second straight Indianapolis 500 title.
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.
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.