Newgarden claims IndyCar opener at St. Pete
Team Penske's hot start to the motorsports season continued Sunday with a Josef Newgarden victory in the IndyCar season opener -- the fourth win for a Penske car in seven days spanning three series.
Wickens aims to shed wheelchair and race again
After suffering a spinal cord injury last August in a crash at Pocono Raceway, Robert Wickens doesn't know if or when he will be out of a wheelchair, but said his goal is to return to racing at some point in the future.
Roger Penske received kidney from son in 2017
Team Penske owner Roger Penske revealed that he received a kidney transplant after the 2017 IndyCar season finale.
IndyCar to debut cockpit protection in Indy 500
IndyCar will require its cars to have titanium debris deflectors on the cockpit beginning with this year's Indianapolis 500.
Tirico to host NBC's inaugural Indy 500 coverage
NBC Sports announced Friday that Mike Tirico will anchor the network's inaugural Indianapolis 500 coverage on May 26, giving him his first glimpse at the largest single-day crowd to attend a sporting event anywhere in the world.
IndyCar drivers cheering Wickens' recovery
IndyCar drivers are watching Robert Wickens' determined recovery from a horrific crash last season that left him with a spinal cord injury, and cheering him on in hopes he will be able to return to racing.
IndyCar, Firestone reach extension through '25
Firestone has agreed to a five-year extension to remain the sole tire supplier for the IndyCar Series.
Gainbridge becomes new sponsor for Indy 500
The Indianapolis 500 will have a new presenting sponsor for the next four years as race officials announced Thursday that Gainbridge, an online annuity and life insurance company, has agreed to a deal to sponsor IndyCar's biggest race starting this May.
IndyCar's Jourdain shifts gears, gives acting a shot
The Mexican former racing driver had no intention of appearing in Alfonso Cuaron's critically acclaimed film 'Roma,' but he makes the most of his screen time.
IndyCar team holds ride for rehabbing Wickens
Robert Wickens, who suffered a spinal cord injury during a crash in August at Pocono, has a ride with Arrow Schmidt Peterson Motorsports waiting for him when he's able to race again.
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.