Ross Kenseth said he came to Michigan International Speedway for one thing Friday: “learn to win.” Mission accomplished. Kenseth, 22, making his third career ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards start, won Friday’s Corrigan Oil 200, winning at the two-mile speedway by 2.1 seconds over Frank Kimmel.
Being the nephew of nine-time ARCA Racing Series Champion Frank Kimmel is enough pressure in itself. When you’re taking over the seat that he had for over 10 years, that just continues to add to the pressure.
If you don't know him yet, Sage Karam is the young phenomenal driver competing in the Star Mazda Championship for Andretti Autosport.
Will Power dominated the Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg, but Juan Pablo Montoya would get the advantage following the final set of pit stops. He then held off his Team Penske teammate throughout the final laps, scoring the victory.
Hulman & Company CEO Mark Miles announced today that widely respected motorsports industry veteran Jay Frye has been named President of Competition and Operations for INDYCAR. Frye previously served as Chief Revenue Officer for Hulman Motorsports after decades of experience leading successful NASCAR racing teams and securing industry first sponsorships.
After sitting out the most recent ARCA Menards Series race at Iowa Speedway, rookie Ryan Huff returns to the scene this weekend with a special paint scheme for Friday night’s Dawn 150 at Kansas Speedway.
Scott Dixon tied Al Unser Jr. for sixth on the all-time Indy car win list with a dramatic last-to-first Verizon IndyCar Series win Sunday in the Honda Indy 200 at Mid-Ohio. The win was the 34th of Dixon's career and his fifth win at the Mid-Ohio Sport Car Course in his last eight starts on the 2.258-mile, 13-turn road course.
When Juan Pablo Montoya said he wanted to be racing behind the wheel of a championship car, he didn't limit himself to which series he'd be in. Those words are playing true as reports released this week show Montoya driving for Michael Andretti next season.
INDYCAR officials have announced the 2021 Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg is being rescheduled for Sunday, April 25 due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. The move creates a condensed, action-packed early-season schedule for 2021.
Lewis Hamilton is the points leader for the first time this season after a dominating victory in Hungary.