Ganassi hires Rosenqvist to race IndyCar Series
Felix Rosenqvist, who won two races, three poles and finished sixth in points in the FIA Formula E series this season, will drive for Chip Ganassi Racing in 2019.
Dixon cruises to win fifth IndyCar championship
Scott Dixon won his fifth IndyCar championship with a second-place finish at Sonoma Raceway on Sunday.
Wickens vows to return to IndyCar after crash
IndyCar driver Robert Wickens has vowed to return to a race car following injuries in a crash at Pocono Raceway.
Rossi changes perceptions chasing IndyCar title
While some initially questioned Alexander Rossi's commitment to IndyCar, he's changed those perceptions during his three years in the series. On Sunday, he'll try to track down points leader Scott Dixon in the season finale.
Hunter-Reay knocks points leader Dixon from pole
Ryan Hunter-Reay edged Scott Dixon for the pole during the final seconds of IndyCar Series qualifying at Sonoma Raceway on Saturday. Dixon leads the standings by 29 points over Alexander Rossi heading into Sunday's season finale.
Stewart won't run Indy 500 in '19; '20 an option
While Tony Stewart has heard from owners regarding an Indianapolis 500 ride, Stewart said Sunday that he won't enter next year's race. That said, he hasn't ruled out driving in 2020.
WATCH: Alonso's first IndyCar test of 2018
Take a look at Fernando Alonso take a spin around Barber Motor Park.
Family: Wickens broke neck, spinal cord in crash
IndyCar driver Robert Wickens suffered nine specific injuries, including fractures to his spinal cord and neck, in his horrific crash at Pocono Raceway last month.
Alonso completes IndyCar test
Fernando Alonso took part in an IndyCar test at Barber Motorsports Park on Wednesday as he weighs up whether to commit to the American racing series full-time next season.
IndyCar to debut in Austin, back at Laguna Seca
IndyCar will make its debut at Circuit of the Americas in Texas and return to Laguna Seca, California, as part of its 2019 schedule.