New Zealand’s IndyCar star Scott Dixon has made a solid start to the defence of his title finishing second in the season-opening race in Florida. Dixon, starting fourth off the grid, showed good pace and his usual impeccable race management to signal he won’t be giving his up championship title without a fight as he […]

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Chip Ganassi Racing’s Scott Dixon has a wonderful problem. It comes in the form of finding new ways to entertain himself after winning five IndyCar Series championships. Earning IndyCar titles in 2003, 2008, 2013, 2015, and 2018 has vaulted the Indiana-based New Zealander to the exclusive club of all-time greats, and despite all he’s achieved, […]

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Defending IndyCar champion Scott Dixon hopes Fernando Alonso’s success in different categories will open up more opportunities for drivers to cross series in future. Alonso attempted the Indy 500 while still a Formula 1 driver in 2017 and last year combined his McLaren drive with a full World Endurance Championship program, winning at Le Mans. […]

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Fernando Alonso and McLaren will return to the Indianapolis 500 in 2019 as the Spaniard chases the Triple Crown. McLaren ran Alonso at the Brickyard in 2017 and challenged for victory in collaboration with Andretti Autosport before a late Honda engine failure saw him fail to finish. After announcing he will leave Formula 1 at […]

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Marcus Ericsson has secured his future away from Formula 1, driving for Schmidt Peterson Motorsports in IndyCar. Ericsson’s time as a full-time driver in Formula 1 is coming to an end after a five-year spell, with Sauber not renewing his contract and instead opting for a line-up consisting of Kimi Raikkonen and Antonio Giovinazzi. The Swede […]

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The horrendous accident Robert Wickens suffered at Pocono in August has left him paralysed from the waist down. Although he was awake and alert in the hours following the crash, it was clear that Wickens’ injuries would be bad. Indeed, a couple of weeks later the full extent of them was revealed with bones broken in his neck, back, […]

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Scott Dixon is one of the most decorated IndyCar drivers of all-time, and the Kiwi says he has no regrets about not driving in Formula 1. Dixon secured his fifth IndyCar Championship at Sonoma on Monday, and his five is now second only to AJ Foyt’s seven titles in the series. The 38-year-old also sits […]

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Schmidt Peterson Motorsports rookie Robert Wickens has issued his first public message since his injury in the Pocono IndyCar race last month. Wickens has undergone multiple surgeries since his crash and his family chose to reveal the extent of the damage, which included multiple fractures – including to his spine – a pulmonary contusion and […]

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Scott Dixon held most of the cards heading into the 2018 IndyCar season finale at Sonoma, and a combination of his trademark calm efficiency and a catastrophic error by main rival Alexander Rossi helped elevate the New Zealander to the rarified status of five-time champion. “It’s all about the people,” said Dixon, who finished the […]

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IndyCar championship leader Scott Dixon was pipped to pole position for the final race of the season at Sonoma by Ryan Hunter-Reay. The Andretti driver jumped Dixon right at the end of the session, denying the Chip Ganassi Racing man the chance to extend his points lead to 30 over Alexander Rossi. Dixon had been […]

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