Scott Dixon says he has had to adapt to right-foot braking for the Le Mans 24 Hours as a result of injuries he sustained in a dramatic Indianapolis 500 crash. Dixon walked away from the wreck at Indianapolis seemingly unscathed, but suffered a minor injury to his left ankle that required him to wear a […]

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Ford Chip Ganassi Racing driver Scott Dixon has zero concerns about his fitness heading into this weekend’s 24 Hours of Le Mans despite carrying a foot injury sustained in an accident at the Indianapolis 500 two weeks ago. Dixon suffered one of the biggest Indy 500 crashes in recent year when his car flew high into […]

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Team Penske’s Will Power dominated an ugly night of constant crashes, blistered tires and respect-free driving at Texas Motor Speedway. The 2014 series champion took the checkered flag under the final yellow of the event with his No. 12 Chevy as only seven cars were left on the lead lap. Ten of the 22 starters […]

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Charlie Kimball triumphed in a Honda-dominated IndyCar qualifying session at Texas Motor Speedway to secure his career-first pole position for tomorrow night’s Rainguard 600. Spearheaded by Chip Ganassi Racing, Honda locked out the first four rows. Kimball was the fourth-last driver to make his run, and delivered a two-lap average of 222.556 mph to unseat […]

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Graham Rahal continued his impressive form to dominate in Detroit, becoming the first man to win both races of IndyCar’s Belle Isle double-header. Starting third, Rahal showed no signs of having lost any pace from Saturday and made short work of Ryan Hunter-Reay, passing him on lap nine of 70 with an audacious move around […]

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Graham Rahal produced a masterclass performance in the first race of the Detroit double-header to secure his first IndyCar victory of 2017. Starting from pole, Rahal – who had predicted that he could dominate this weekend – absorbed pressure from Penske’s Helio Castroneves early on. Castroneves attempted to surpass Rahal with a three-stop strategy, and […]

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Scott Dixon has walked away from a terrifying aerial accident that caused the 2017 Indianapolis 500 to be red-flagged. The incident started when Schmidt Peterson driver Jay Howard ran high at Turn 1 and hit the outside wall. He then came down the track, directly in the path of Scott Dixon’s Ganassi Dallara-Honda. The polesitter […]

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Helio Castroneves topped Carb Day as practice running for the Indianapolis 500 came to an end and Honda suffered another engine problem. Penske driver Castroneves is looking for his fourth Indy 500 victory this weekend, and has qualified 19th for the race. He topped the final day of practice with a tow-aided lap of 227.377mph, […]

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Chip Ganassi Racing’s Scott Dixon set a blistering pace to earn his third Indy 500 pole with a 232.164mph four-lap average. “We seriously, I don’t think we expected to see the speed that we did,” said Dixon, who won the pole here in 2015 and also took pole – and the race – in 2008. “The […]

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Two-time Indianapolis 500 polesitter Ed Carpenter was fastest in the first part of qualifying for next Sunday’s race as Fernando Alonso booked his spot in the Fast Nine shootout. In a session first delayed by bad weather conditions and then disrupted by a huge shunt for Sebastien Bourdais, Carpenter emerged fastest overall for his eponymous […]

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