IndyCar

Get unlimited access You have 10 articles remaining to view this month. Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing’s Graham Rahal believes IndyCar has found a better package for superspeedways such as the Indianapolis 500, after testing revised aerodynamics and tyre compounds. This year’s Indianapolis 500 race was criticised, with the new-for-2018 universal aerokit replacing the drafting pack
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Get unlimited access You have 10 articles remaining to view this month. Ex-Formula 1 driver Felipe Massa has defended his decision to speak out against IndyCar safety standards following Robert Wickens’s serious crash at Pocono in August. Wickens suffered severe injuries and is undergoing rehabilitation in Indianapolis after recently speaking publically for the first time
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Get unlimited access You have 10 articles remaining to view this month. Chip Ganassi Racing has signed Felix Rosenqvist for the 2019 IndyCar season, partnering him with reigning champion Scott Dixon. Rosenqvist’s Formula E future has been uncertain during the electric championship’s summer off-season and he was linked with a move to IndyCar with Ganassi,
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Get unlimited access You have 10 articles remaining to view this month. Ex-Formula 1 driver Juan Pablo Montoya believes a full season in IndyCar is Fernando Alonso’s best chance of winning the Indianapolis 500 and completing his ‘triple crown’ bid. McLaren’s IndyCar ambitions remain “fluid”, with Autosport understanding that a decision is now more likely
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Get unlimited access You have 10 articles remaining to view this month. Andretti Autosport will take an even bigger step forward for the 2019 IndyCar season, predicts championship runner-up Alexander Rossi. The ex-Formula 1 driver and 2016 Indianapolis 500 winner produced Andretti’s strongest title bid since Ryan Hunter-Reay’s ’12 crown this year and finished runner-up
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Get unlimited access You have 10 articles remaining to view this month. Penske drivers Will Power and Josef Newgarden believe poor a finishing record and missed opportunities ultimately ended their 2018 championship bids. Indianapolis 500 victor Power and defending champion Newgarden ended up third and fifth in the standings respectively, both matching title-winner Scott Dixon’s
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Get unlimited access You have 10 articles remaining to view this month. Ex-Formula 1 driver Takuma Sato, last year’s Indianapolis 500 winner, will stay with the Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing team for the 2019 IndyCar season. Sato joined RLLR for 2018 after previous team Andretti Autosport courted a switch from long-time Sato supporter Honda to
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Get unlimited access You have 10 articles remaining to view this month. Double Formula 1 world champion Fernando Alonso’s 2019 IndyCar plans have hit an engine-supply impasse, with Honda no longer an option for a potential McLaren entry. Despite repeated public assurances that Alonso’s acrimonious history with Honda during F1 return with McLaren would have
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