Inside the quest to make 'Ford v Ferrari' an authentic racing classic
Forget Matt Damon and Christian Bale. The cars, many of them actual collectors' classics, are the real stars of the film.
Penske buying IndyCar is like LeBron buying the NBA
Once enemies, Penske and Tony George pulled off a deal that shocked the sport but provides a bright future.
Penske buys IndyCar and Indy Motor Speedway
Indianapolis Motor Speedway and the IndyCar Series have been sold to Penske Entertainment Corp. in a stunning announcement that moves control of the iconic speedway away from the Hulman family after 74 years.
McLaren boss: Hinchcliffe ouster part of business
The head of McLaren said Friday its IndyCar team will pay James Hinchcliffe not to drive for them in 2020, a change of direction for the organization set in motion when young driver Pato O'Ward became available.
Hinchcliffe: 'Difficult' to learn of lost 2020 ride
James Hinchcliffe says he was "shocked" to learn Arrow McLaren SP was dumping him from his 2020 seat in the IndyCar Series this week.
Hinchcliffe out as McLaren tabs Askew, O'Ward
James Hinchcliffe has been released from the new Arrow McLaren SP Racing team, which announced its lineup of 2018 Indy Lights Champion Pato O'Ward and reigning Indy Lights champion Oliver Askew on Wednesday.
Trump gives Medal of Freedom to racing's Penske
Roger Penske, who began his racing operation in 1966 and has scored hundreds of victories over the years, including 18 Indy 500 wins, has been given the Presidential Medal of Freedom.
Ganassi to field third IndyCar entry for Ericsson
Chip Ganassi Racing will field a third IndyCar next season for Marcus Ericsson, a former Formula One driver who just completed his first year in the American open-wheel series.
Drivers declare IndyCar aeroscreen race-ready
Scott Dixon and Will Power both declared IndyCar's new aeroscreen "ready to race" during the first extensive test session for the cockpit protection that will debut next season.
Charlotte sees first Indy car at track in 20 years
IndyCar champion Josef Newgarden turned exhibition laps at Charlotte Motor Speedway in the first appearance of an open-wheel car at the track since three spectators were killed 20 years ago.
Veteran F1 photographer Mark Sutton talks ESPN through his favourite shots from Brazil and Abu Dhabi
Maurice Hamilton argues that animosity between Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg is to expected and its up to Mercedes to deal with the repercussions.
ESPN assistant editor Nate Saunders explains why closed cockpits are not a straightforward solution to fatal accidents in motor racing.
ESPN rounds up the best radio soundbites from the Belgian Grand Prix.