Race Preview: Pocono Raceway

ABC SUPPLY 500 Verizon IndyCar Series   OF NOTE: Marco Andretti will seek his 100th top-10 finish at his home track where one year ago he led nine laps to exceed 1,000 laps led in his IndyCar career. Zach Veach ran laps around the “Tricky
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After a Strong Indianapolis 500, Ed Carpenter and Spencer Pigot Hopeful to Continue 500 Mile Race Fortunes at “The Tricky Triangle”

ED CARPENTER RACING READY FOR THE CHALLENGE OF 500 MILES AT POCONO RACEWAY INDIANAPOLIS (August 14, 2018) – Race Preview Notes A pair of Fuzzy’s Vodka Chevrolets are ready to return to action this weekend at Pocono Raceway following two weeks
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Scott Dixon Signs Multi-Year Deal with Chip Ganassi Racing Beginning in 2019

Scott Dixon Signs Multi-Year Deal with Chip Ganassi Racing Beginning in 2019   Kiwi Leads INDYCAR Points on the Strength of Series-Leading Three Wins in 2018   INDIANAPOLIS (August 13, 2018) – Chip Ganassi Racing (CGR) announced today that four-time INDYCAR Champion, 44-time Winner
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Detroit Grand Prix to Continue on Belle Isle in 2019 and Beyond

DETROIT GRAND PRIX TO CONTINUE ON BELLE ISLE IN 2019 AND BEYOND Michigan Department of Natural Resources Approves Agreement to Host Annual Motorsports Festival DETROIT, Mich. (August 10, 2018) – The Detroit Grand Prix and the Michigan Department of Natural Resources (MDNR)
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IMS Museum Thanks 2016 Indy 500-Winning Car Owner for Loan; Looks to Future Opportunities Pending Aug. 25 Mecum Auction

Alexander Rossi pulls into Victory Lane. INDIANAPOLIS, Aug. 6, 2018 – The Indianapolis Motor Speedway Museum thanks the current owner and looks to a future relationship with the winner of one of the most anticipated auto auctions of the year:
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