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IndyCar Schedule-WinnersSFGateMarch 30 — Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg (Will Power). April 13 — Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach (Mike Conway). April 27 — Honda Indy Grand Prix of Alabama (Ryan Hunter-Reay). May 10 — Grand Prix of Indianapolis (Simon Pagenaud).and more »
Will Power's turbulent ride to the topESPNAP Photo/Will Lester Will Power won races at St. Petersburg, Detroit and Milwaukee en route to his first Verizon IndyCar championship. ... Andretti Autosport also swapped engine manufacturers, offsetting Ganassi's move to Chevrolet by switching to Honda.and more »
IndyCar's offseason may be long, but still...NBCSports.comGuess what IndyCar has this offseason that it didn't this time last year: a willing and able entitlement sponsor able to hash out a game plan for the offseason and further promotion/activation for the new year. Last year IZOD bailed just ... with ...
Napoli snatch win, Vidic sent offSuperSportNapoli won 2-1 at Genoa thanks to a stoppage-time goal by Jonathan de Guzman and Inter Milan defender Nemanja Vidic began his Serie A career by giving away a penalty and getting sent off in a 0-0 draw at Torino on Sunday. Thirty-six-year-old Antonio Di ...and more »
Now Jack is a rising IndyCar starBradford Telegraph and ArgusJACK Hawksworth, who was thinking about ditching motor racing to become a personal trainer last winter, has won a prestigious award in his maiden Verizon IndyCar Series campaign. The 23-year-old from Cullingworth has been presented with the Tony ...
IndyCar must address key questions for 2015Sportsnet.caNow that the 2014 IndyCar season has wrapped up, there are both reasons to celebrate and ask several questions. We praise Will Power for capturing his first series title, the ... Honda teams seemed a little behind as the year went on and they have some ...and more »
Rosberg punished for Hamilton collisionSunday WorldMercedes have taken "suitable disciplinary measures" against Nico Rosberg after the German admitted his responsibility for the controversial collision between himself and Lewis Hamilton in last Sunday's Belgian Grand Prix. Hamilton's race at Spa was ...and more »