IndyCar

Both IndyCar title contenders Josef Newgarden and Scott Dixon head into the finale uncertain of how strong their cars are on a street course given the lack of 2020 running. With the COVID-19 pandemic-caused cancellations of Long Beach, Detroit and Toronto, while St. Petersburg has been shifted from season-opener to season-closer, this weekend the IndyCar
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IndyCar owner Penske Entertainment has announced significant steps in its Race for Equality & Change initiative to improve diversity within the series and at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. These include a major expansion of its relationship with NXG Youth Motorsports (NXG), a non-profit organisation that introduces minority students to motorsport, and the appointment of a
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IndyCar has pushed back the introduction of its hybrid power unit formula to 2023 in an effort to spread out costs for teams and manufacturers in an uncertain economy. The hybrid formula is part of a multi-year contract extension IndyCar has reached with Honda and Chevrolet, which promises a continuation of manufacturer competition and also
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Reigning IndyCar champion Josef Newgarden dominated the first race of the Harvest Grand Prix double-header on the Indianapolis road course, slashing Scott Dixon’s championship lead to 40 points. Newgarden, who started on the front-row alongside rookie polesitter Rinus VeeKay, ran in third place in the early stages as Ed Carpenter driver VeeKay and Harding Steinbrenner’s
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