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Andretti launches 'Military to Motorsports' initiative

Andretti Autosport has announced a new hiring initiative to help U.S. Military Veterans transition into the civilian workforce â...
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'Oddly quiet' at Penske as IndyCar title race heats up: Newgarden

Josef Newgarden says it's business as usual within the walls of Team Penske as the team heads toward what could be an in-house...
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Podcast: The week in IndyCar news, Aug. 17

Marshall Pruett and Robin Miller dive into the possibility of IndyCars surpassing 200 mph on road courses with the new 2018...
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2018 floor drives IndyCar underbody downforce increase

Changes to the floor on IndyCar's high-downforce 2018 bodywork highlight how the series is reshaping its aero identity. At the...
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Bourdais ready to race after final medical clearance

Sebastien Bourdais has been cleared by IndyCar's medical staff to return to the cockpit of his No. 18 Dale Coyne Racing Honda. The...
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Robin Miller's Mailbag for August 16, presented by Honda Racing...

Welcome to the Robin Miller Mailbag as presented by Honda Racing / HPD. You can follow the Santa Clarita, California-based company...
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Wickens lobbies for Schmidt ride at Glen, Sonoma

If Schmidt Peterson Motorsports opens the door for Robert Wickens to drive the No. 7 Honda vacated by Mikhail Aleshin, the...
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200 mph IndyCars possible on road courses in 2018

The intentional reduction of aerodynamic downforce and drag with IndyCar's new 2018 road course/short oval bodywork has produced...
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MILLER: Credit where it's due

A couple summers ago, Dario Franchitti and I were having lunch at the Workingman's Friend in Indianapolis when Kyle Larson...
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SPM, Aleshin officially part ways

A messy season for Schmidt Peterson Motorsports and Mikhail Aleshin has come to an end for the second time in less than a month....
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Dallara begins IndyCar's 2018 bodywork production

Following successful tests with its 2018 bodywork at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, Mid-Ohio and Iowa, IndyCar has given Dallara the...
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2018 short oval setup gets thumbs-up at Iowa test

The emerging trend from IndyCar's 2018 universal bodywork tests is Juan Pablo Montoya and Oriol Servia love driving their Chevy-...
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ANALYSIS: IndyCar's 2018 side impact concepts

The largest physical change to IndyCar's new 2018 bodywork is found with reprofiled and reimagined sidepods. The concept employed...
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Podcast: The week in IndyCar news, Aug. 10

Marshall Pruett and Robin Miller debate the merits of IndyCar's upcoming aeroscreen, discuss Fernando Alonso's fluctuating chances...
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Long Beach IndyCar future secure after council vote

As RACER reported a couple weeks back, the long-term future of IndyCar racing at Long Beach has been all but a foregone...
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Fall/winter tests targeted for IndyCar aeroscreen

According to IndyCar aerodynamic director Tino Belli, the effort to produce an aeroscreen for future use on the spec Dallara DW12...
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Robin Miller's Mailbag for August 9, presented by Honda...

Welcome to the Robin Miller Mailbag as presented by Honda Racing / HPD. You can follow the Santa Clarita, California-based company...
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Carpenter weighing 2018 options

A year ago, Ed Carpenter Racing was locked in a battle for the Verizon IndyCar Series championship with Josef Newgarden. This...
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Brown weighing options on Alonso's Indy future

A game of intercontinental chess is playing out between Verizon IndyCar Series and Formula 1 teams that could determine when â or...
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Foyt wins with 1hp in West Virginia Derby

A.J. Foyt reckons he's won races in about dozen states but he added a new one Saturday. His three-year-old thoroughbred named...
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Podcast: The week in IndyCar news, Aug. 5

Marshall Pruett and Robin Miller dive into Josef Newgarden's win at Mid-Ohio, IndyCar's test of its 2018 road course bodywork,...
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