McLaughlin eyes IndyCar opportunity with Penske
Having achieved his Australian motor sport goals, Scott McLaughlin is hoping his next stop will be the IndyCar circuit in the United States as a member of Team Penske.
Ericsson lands hot chocolate sponsor for Ganassi
Huski Chocolate, a Swedish company that already does business in Formula One with McLaren and with the Millwall soccer club, will be the primary sponsor for Marcus Ericsson at Chip Ganassi Racing.
Alonso close to Andretti deal for Indy 500
Fernando Alonso is close to signing a deal to contest this year's Indy 500 with Michael Andretti's team.
Penske takes ownership of IndyCar, Speedway
Roger Penske has now taken ownership of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway and its subsidiaries, which include the IndyCar Series.
Coyne hires Palou for full IndyCar season
Dale Coyne hired Alex Palou to drive the 2020 IndyCar season, the latest twist in a wild offseason of seat changes that has left a handful of decorated veteran drivers still looking for rides.
Motorsports safety pioneer Bill Simpson, 79, dies
Bill Simpson, a pioneer in motorsports safety, died Monday from complications of a stroke suffered three days earlier. He was 79.
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.
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.