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During the opening laps of the 1999 British Grand Prix, Michael Schumacher's Ferrari went flying off the road at a high rate of speed. The resulting...
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Ganassi Racing cuts more than 40 staff

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Boston GP organizer sues city for $15.5m

For a race that never actually took place, the Boston Grand Prix sure won't go away. Peacefully, at least. Former BGP CEO John Casey, who allegedly took...
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Coverage of the 2017 Verizon IndyCar Series on NBCSN delivered the network's second most-watched IndyCar season ever and was up 3% over 2016, producing a...
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Hartley Admits Interest in Possible 2018 IndyCar Switch

Brendon Hartley would consider making a switch back to single-seaters in 2018, and could be in line for one of the top drives in IndyCar.
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Video: IndyCar's new 2018 brake package

IndyCar technical guru Jon Beekhuis explains the technical advancements for the brake package on the series' 2018 car that will work in tandem with the new…
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Ganassi confirms IndyCar reduction to two cars

Chip Ganassi Racing confirmed it will be paring its full-time IndyCar program down from four cars to two in 2018. As RACER has written for most of the...
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Formula 1 teams should be queuing up to sign Josef Newgarden –...

Conor Daly feels that 2017 IndyCar champion Josef Newgarden should be given a shot at Formula 1, following his sensational campaign this year.
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INSIGHT: The making of an American champion

Josef Newgarden had major question to answer on Sunday. Could he withstand the pressure from the four title rivals who placed a bright red target on his...
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Chip Ganassi Racing to downsize from four to two cars in 2018

Catch up on all IndyCar news, here at Motorsport Week RSS Feed!<p>Chip Ganassi Racing will halve its number of cars in IndyCar next year, after downsizing from four...
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'F1 teams should be calling Newgarden'

Formula 1 teams should be showing interest in newly-crowned IndyCar champion Josef Newgarden, given his rate of development, reckons fellow racer Conor…
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Robin Miller's Mailbag for September 20, presented by Honda...

Welcome to the Robin Miller Mailbag as presented by Honda Racing / HPD. You can follow the Santa Clarita, California-based company at: hpd.honda.com and...
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Hartley eyes off IndyCar move

New Zealander Brendon Hartley has confirmed that he is highly interested in a switch to IndyCar with his Porsche LMP1 role soon to become defunct
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MILLER: The passing of the torch

Late Sunday afternoon they were separated by about 50 yards in the pits at Sonoma Raceway as one was celebrating a championship and the other seemed to be...
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Sato return to Rahal confirmed

Takuma Sato will move back to Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing for the 2018 IndyCar season
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Video: IndyCar Sonoma remix highlights

Watch remix highlights of IndyCar's season-ending Grand Prix of Sonoma, in which Penske driver Josef Newgarden claimed his maiden title.
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Helio Castroneves: “I'm always going to focus on the positive...

After finishing fifth at Sonoma Raceway, the Brazilian once again found himself missing out on the IndyCar title, but insists he will focus on the good parts rather than...
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Podcast: Week in IndyCar, championship finale

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Sato secures return to RLL for 2018 season

Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing (RLL) has announced that reigning Indianapolis 500 champion Takuma Sato will return to its IndyCar team in 2018. Sato, 40…
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