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Miles reiterates IndyCar commitment to aeroscreen

Verizon IndyCar Series CEO Mark Miles met with a group of reporters at Circuit of The Americas on Saturday during the United States Grand Prix and was...
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Penske confirms ongoing partnership with Verizon

Roger Penske is sorry to see the upcoming split between Verizon and IndyCar following the 2018 season. The Captain, who introduced the telecommunications...
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Alonso commits to Indy 500 return, but not in 2018

Fernando Alonso is determined to race at the Indianapolis 500 again '€“ but not in 2018. McLaren confirmed yesterday that the Spaniard will...
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Miles confirms Verizon departure as title sponsor after 2018

The Verizon IndyCar Series will carry a different name after the 2018 season concludes. IndyCar CEO Mark Miles confirmed the news of Verizon's forthcoming...
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Munoz doesn't expect to return with Foyt in 2018

Carlos Munoz isn't sure where he'll be driving next year in the Verizon IndyCar Series, but he's confident it won't be with A.J. Foyt Racing.The...
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F1 chance doesn't rule out IndyCar - Hartley

Brendon Hartley says his interest in racing in IndyCar next season remains despite his Toro Rosso call-up but insists he has not confirmed where he will...
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Tracy on SPM's new 'Team Canada'

The last Canadian to win an IndyCar championship did so carrying the colors and support of Player's as part of its premier showcase for domestic open-wheel...
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Indy Lights champ Kaiser advances to IndyCar with Juncos

Juncos Racing announced today that Kyle Kaiser will join the team for a partial-season run in the 2018 Verizon IndyCar Series. The young American moves up...
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VIDEO: Robin Miller with Takuma Sato

RACER's Robin Miller visits with Indy 500 winner Takuma Sato during the unveiling of his likeness on the Borg Warner trophy.
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'He's just a happy man,' says Sato of Borg Warner likeness

Takuma Sato was a vision of joy during this week's unveiling of his likeness on the $3.5 million Borg Warner trophy. The winner of May's Indy 500, who...
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The simulator will be my new best friend,' says Wickens

Somewhere amid IndyCar's thoroughly restrictive testing limitations, Robert Wickens will look to turn as many laps as possible prior to making his debut...
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Hinchcliffe, Wickens confirmed at SPM

Schmidt Peterson Motorsports has confirmed its all-Canadian pairing of James Hinchcliffe and Robert Wickens will represent the Honda-powered Verizon...
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McDonald joins ECR engineering team

Former Schmidt Peterson Motorsports race engineer Allen McDonald has signed with Ed Carpenter Racing.The Briton, who looked after ECR's Spencer Pigot in...
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Hinchcliffe, Wickens pairing likely at SPM in 2018

Schmidt Peterson Motorsports could become IndyCar's Maple Leaf Mafia if its rumored plans for 2018 come to fruition. Three-year team veteran James...
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McLaren still undecided on 2018 Indy 500 run

McLaren executive director Zak Brown expects to see the company return and race at the Indianapolis 500, but there's no guarantee it will take place in...
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Exciting changes to Portland layout - Rahal

Graham Rahal remembers the wild, seven-abreast, standing start as the Champ Car boys tried to funnel into Turn 1 at Portland in 2007 but he says there's a...
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Mexico still a 2018 possibility for IndyCar - Miles

Today's announcement of the 2018 Verizon IndyCar Series schedule focused on the stability of the schedule, with 2017's slate carrying over other than the...
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MILLER: On the right track

Yeah, yeah, it took longer to get out than desired (relax, the first race still isn't til March), there is still a big gap between July 29 and Aug. 19 (unless Mexico City...
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Portland joins 2018 IndyCar calendar

IndyCar pointed to its "consistency and stability" in Thursday's announcement of the 2018 Verizon IndyCar Series schedule that again contains 17...
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Pigot relishes Chevy 2018 IndyCar testing role

Ed Carpenter Racing's Spencer Pigot was a welcome addition to Chevy's first day of manufacturer testing with the 2018 universal aero kit. Running at Road...
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Podcast: The Week in IndyCar, Oct. 12

Marshall Pruett looks at the expected changes to the 2018 IndyCar calendar, the major headlines over the last week, and answers listener questions in this...
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