INDYCAR: Hunter-Reay baffled by Newgarden, relieved to be back on form

Josef Newgarden’s last-lap lunge for a podium finish in the Honda 200 at Mid-Ohio left NTT INDYCAR Series veteran Ryan Hunter-Reay “baffled”. “I’m not really sure what Josef was thinking there doing that”, said the Andretti Autosport driver. Running third and fourth on the final lap of a thrilling race, the current INDYCAR points leader…

Indy 500 2019: the year of the fairytale result?

While Fernando Alonso’s quest for a  fairytale finish at the 2019 Indy 500 failed before it started – thanks to a catalogue of blunders by his McLaren team – plenty of drivers are still on track for the win of their life. Ahead of the 103rd Indianapolis 500, Andy Webb runs the rule over the…

Giant killers: Coyne, Bourdais & Jones talk IndyCar success

Giant killers: Coyne, Bourdais and Jones talk IndyCar success An epic start to this year’s Verizon IndyCar series by Dale Coyne Racing will undoubtedly be one of the main talking points of the 2017 season. Dale Coyne Racing: taking the IndyCar fight to the big boys Sebastien Bourdais’ frightening accident during qualifying for the Indy…

Silly season: IndyCar 2017 update – 21 November

In a change to recent form, almost all IndyCar seats for 2017 are filled well before the Christmas and New Year break. But a few remain and here’s my rundown of the latest IndyCar silly season rumours and developments. Chip Ganassi Racing The fourth seat at Ganassi alongside Scott Dixon, Tony Kanaan and Charlie Kimball remains…

IndyCar: Target leaving Ganassi is not all bad news for IndyCar

Target’s withdrawal from IndyCar after 27 years faithful support of Chip Ganassi Racing is being mourned like the loss of a legendary team. Rightly so: they helped take Chip Ganassi Racing from minnows to 101-win giants. Target supported the team through the thick and very thin of open wheel racing and gave us the now…

IndyCar: where will Newgarden be in 2017?

A stunning win at Iowa Speedway this past weekend confirmed Josef Newgarden is still on course to be the next championship contender in IndyCar. Out of contract with Ed Carpenter Racing at the end of 2016, where Newgarden drives next season is a mouth-watering prospect. Here’s a run-down of the options for the 3-time IndyCar race…