Three back-to-back poles the key to re-starting Power’s 2019 season

Will Power is focused on taking his third pole position of the year as the first step toward rejuvenating his IndyCar season. Following bitter disappointment in the inaugural IndyCar Classic at COTA, the Aussie is hoping a ‘three-peat’ of pole awards can re-ignite a misfiring start to the 2019 NTT IndyCar season. “It would be…

Rossi focused on a big points-scoring weekend at Barber Motorsports Park

Following the disappointment of missing out on a podium finish at COTA two weeks ago, Alexander Rossi is focused on maximizing points at the Honda Indy Grand Prix of Alabama. Rossi finds himself 4th in the NTT IndyCar point standings after two races, 40 points down on leader Josef Newgarden. And according to the 2018…

A day of missed opportunities at COTA for IndyCar’s other rookies

While Colton Herta was re-writing the history books with his maiden NTT IndyCar win, it was a case of missed opportunities for the championships’ other rookies. Pato O’Ward marked his 2019 debut with an impressive top-10 finish as Felix Rosenqvist, Marcus Ericsson and Santino Ferrucci endured a day of highs and lows. A stand out…

Former F1 drivers hope to gain an advantage at COTA IndyCar Classic

IndyCar’s trio of former F1 drivers are hoping to use prior experience to their advantage as the series makes it’s long-awaited debut at the Circuit of the Americas. As the only active drivers to have sampled the¬†Texan circuit in race conditions, they are confident it could provide a competitive edge in Sunday’s IndyCar Classic. “I…

Andretti drivers aim to hit reset button at IndyCar Classic

After a frustrating and disappointing opening NTT IndyCar Series weekend, the Andretti Autosport squad is looking to hit the reset button at the Circuit of the Americas (COTA). A fifth-place finish for Alexander Rossi was the only bright spot in an otherwise tough weekend at the Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg that was marred…

2019 NTT IndyCar season preview

The long offseason wait for IndyCar fans is almost over as the NTT IndyCar Series returns for 2019. A nail-biting 2018 season saw the championship battle go down to the wire and all the signs point to another thriller this year. Metronomic consistency proved to be the deciding factor as Scott Dixon became a 5-time…

Rahal confident engineering changes will pay dividends in 2019

Graham Rahal is optimistic about his prospects for the new season ahead of this weekend’s Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg. The 30-year-old is confident that engineering changes during the offseason will pay dividends in 2019. “I feel like there are a lot of areas we have improved over the offseason”, said Rahal on the…