Grosjean tops field on 1st day of IndyCar practice
Romain Grosjean paced IndyCar's opening practice at Road America, where his Formula One teammate at Haas is making his series debut.
VeeKay eyes Mid-Ohio after broken collarbone
Rinus VeeKay was on a 75-mile training ride when he lost control of his bicycle, flew over the handlebars and landed so hard that he cracked his helmet and left shoulder.
With Rosenqvist still out, Magnussen to debut
Kevin Magnussen will make his IndyCar debut at Road America on Sunday as he continues to leave Formula One in his rearview mirror. He is replacing Felix Rosenqvist, who was injured in a crash at Detroit last week and has not been cleared to drive.
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IndyCar's VeeKay injured in cycling accident
Rinus VeeKay has been injured in a cycling accident and his status for IndyCar's race at Road America this weekend is uncertain, Ed Carpenter Racing said Tuesday.
O'Ward's award: Driver rallies, wins IndyCar race
Pato O'Ward became IndyCar's first repeat winner of the season by charging through the field Sunday on a final restart to steal the victory away from Josef Newgarden at the Raceway at Belle Isle Park in Michigan.
Rosenqvist out of hospital day after major crash
Felix Rosenqvist has been released from a Detroit hospital one day after his violent crash on Saturday and says he hopes to race next week.
Ericsson wins as Power's car fails under red flag
Marcus Ericsson raced to his first IndyCar victory Saturday in the action-packed opener of the doubleheader at the Raceway at Belle Isle Park.
Rosenqvist 'doing OK' after scary IndyCar crash
Felix Rosenqvist said he was "doing OK" minus some soreness after he slammed into a tire barrier with enough force to move the concrete retaining wall in Saturday's IndyCar race on Belle Isle.
Helio doesn't parlay Indy 500 win into Detroit seat
Meyer Shank Racing said Monday it will field just its usual one car with Jack Harvey in the Detroit Grand Prix doubleheader, as well as its sports car in the IMSA race, meaning Indy 500 winner Helio Castroneves will sit out.
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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.