The IndyCar Series has a new sponsor for 2019 and, hopefully, many years to come. NTT, a global information technology and communications firm, has signed a multi-year agreement to become the series’ title partner.
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Young sprint car and former Behind The Wheel featured driver McKenna Haase recently received some big news about the next step in her career.
January 3, 2019 marked Michael Schumacher’s 50th birthday.
The upcoming Rolex 24 at Daytona boasts a Formula 1 world champion, IndyCar titleholders, NASCAR stars and reigning champions of the sports car organization founded by John Bishop in 1969. And one guy without legs.
This land-speed race truck holds records on gas and diesel at both Bonneville and El Mirage!
The Motorama Museum in Aniwa, Wis. is a great place to visit if you like sports racing cars, especially those made by Italian automaker Alfa Romeo.
If you look at the IndyCar Series and its collection of teams, you’ll find most of the owners have raced competitively in the sport.
For Barrett-Jackson’s 2019 Scottsdale Auction, David Johnston will consign seven cars from very different parts of the car collecting world, all with No Reserve. First up is a 1957 A.J. Watson Indy roadster re-creation that’s been specially built for action at Bonneville Speed Week.
Harding Steinbrenner Racing, which started in 2017 as a single-car entry at the Indianapolis 500 with Gabby Chaves at the controls of a Harding Racing-entered Chevrolet-powered Indy car, will switch brands for the upcoming 2019 IndyCar Series.
There’s a great deal of excitement over Tuesday’s announcement that Chevrolet will power Fernando Alonso’s McLaren entry in the 103rd Indianapolis 500 next May.