Power wins another crash-marred Pocono race
Storms in the area helped Will Power win Sunday's IndyCar race at Pocono, but much of the talk centered around the track's future in the series after a first-lap wreck sent Felix Rosenqvist to a hospital.
Rosenqvist OK after wild ride in Pocono crash
IndyCar driver Felix Rosenqvist was evaluated and released from a hospital Sunday after being caught up in a multicar wreck on the first lap at Pocono Raceway. The wreck was triggered by former Indy 500 winner Takuma Sato.
Rain gives Newgarden Pocono pole, Rossi second
Josef Newgarden will start on the pole at Pocono Raceway after rain washed out qualifying on Saturday, leading the field to be set by points.
McLaren to complete full IndyCar return in 2020
McLaren will return to full-time IndyCar racing in 2020 in partnership with Arrow Schmidt Peterson Motorsports and Chevrolet, the team said on Friday.
Arrow to Chevy upsets Hinchcliffe's Honda deal
McLaren will return to full-time IndyCar competition next season for the first time since 1979 in a partnership with existing team Arrow Schmidt Peterson Motorsports that will include a switch from Honda to Chevrolet.
Unser Jr. pleads guilty to OVI charge, no jail time
Two-time Indianapolis 500 winner Al Unser Jr. has pleaded guilty to operating a vehicle while intoxicated, but will spend no time in jail.
IndyCar's hybrid tech to surpass 900 horsepower
IndyCar announced Thursday that it will integrate a hybrid powertrain into its cars beginning in 2022. The technology will use braking systems to create energy recovery and will include multiphase motors, inverters and electric storage devices.
Dixon holds off Rosenqvist for 6th Mid-Ohio win
Scott Dixon held off rookie teammate Felix Rosenqvist on Sunday to win the Honda Indy 200 for the sixth time, putting himself back in contention to defend his IndyCar season championship.
Rossi stays 'home,' signs new deal with Andretti
Andretti Autosport announced Saturday that Alexander Rossi signed a multiyear contract to stay with the organization that took him on as a rookie in 2016 when he won the Indianapolis 500.
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