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Ryan Hunter-Reay, driving the No. 28 DHL car for Andretti Autosport, held off three-time Indy 500 winner Helio Castroneves by a hair-raising .0600 of a second — the second-closest margin of victory in the history of the event — in a six-lap shootout to claim his first Indy 500 victory.
INDYCAR has handed out penalties to Chevrolet, Schmidt Peterson Motorsports, and Team Penske following the Grand Prix of Indianapolis.
Andretti Autosport driver James Hinchcliffe was reevaluated by INDYCAR medical personnel but has not been cleared to drive
[INDYCAR PR] Simon Pagenaud had just enough fuel left to make history, winning the inaugural Grand Prix of Indianapolis.
[INDYCAR PR] Verizon IndyCar Series drivers have said to “expect the unexpected” on the new Indianapolis Motor Speedway road course for the inaugural Grand Prix of Indianapolis. Sebastian Saavedra earning the Verizon P1 Award fits into that category.
[IMS PR] Carlos Huertas, Jack Hawksworth, Mikhail Aleshin, Martin Plowman, and Sage Karam all completed the Indianapolis 500 Rookie Orientation Program at Indianapolis Motor Speedway earlier today.
[INDYCAR PR] INDYCAR announced today it is exploring a prospective Verizon IndyCar Series race at NOLA Motorsports Park in Avondale, La. The announcement of the potential event, which would be known as the INDYCAR Grand Prix of Louisiana and organized by Andretti Sports Marketing, was made jointly today with Gov. Bobby Jindal and Laney Chouest, owner of NOLA Motorsports Park.
[IMS PR] The Indianapolis Motor Speedway and Verizon IndyCar Series will be holding a pep rally on Monument Circle in Downtown Indianapolis on May 7, 2014. Various Verizon IndyCar Series Drivers will gather to help the City of Indianapolis prepare for an action-packed, speed-filled month of May.
[INDYCAR PR] INDYCAR officials have fined Andretti-HVM $2,000 for actions during the April 27 Verizon IndyCar Series race at Barber Motorsports Park.
[INDYCAR PR] It didn’t faze the drivers that they were crossing the Yard of Bricks on the front straight in a clockwise direction. “But every time I’m on pit lane and looking at the cars going out it just doesn’t look right,” said Ryan Briscoe, who was second quickest overall at 1 minute, 9.6558 seconds in the No. 8 NTT Data car for Ganassi Racing. “It’s just a lot of fun to drive and fun to be learning a new track.”
[INDYCAR PR] The Honda Indy Grand Prix of Alabama Green Flag waved 2 hours, 30 minutes late, but for Ryan Hunter-Reay it was well worth the wait.