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Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing adds Lundgaard for 2022 IndyCar season

The 20-year-old F2 competitor from Hedensted, Denmark, is set to pilot the No. 30 Dallara-Honda entry for RLL in 2022.

Exclusive: First seasons with Paul Tracy

In this edition of Speedway Media's first seasons' column, we caught up with former IndyCar driver turned NBC broadcaster, Paul Tracy.

VeeKay to remain at Ed Carpenter Racing for 2022 IndyCar season

The 21-year-old Dutchman is set to return for a third full-time IndyCar season with Ed Carpenter Racing in 2022.

Alex Palou fights back with Portland victory

Following a rough couple of weeks with a crash at Gateway and an engine failure at the Indianapolis Grand Prix, Chip Ganassi's Alex Palou fought back into the championship points lead with a victory at Portland International Speedway Sunday afternoon.

Josef Newgarden edges out Colton Herta for Mid-Ohio Pole

Team Penske's Josef Newgarden outperformed Colton Herta by 0.0031 of a second to win his third pole of the 2021 NTT IndyCar Series season after laying down a lap of 1:06.6739.

Scott Dixon dominates to win at Texas

Scott Dixon held off Scott McLaughlin for the victory at Texas in the remaining few laps Saturday night. Dixon dominated by leading all but six laps for his first checkered flag of the year.

Chevrolet NTT IndyCar series: Will Power claims podium finish as 2021 season kicks off

Former Series’ champion and Indianapolis 500 winner Will Power and his No. 12 Verizon 5G Team Penske Chevrolet team executed an outstanding race. Methodically he drove his way up to the runner-up step on the podium.

Alex Palou scores first career IndyCar victory at Barber

In his first drive with Chip Ganassi Racing, Spaniard Alex Palou was able to fend off a hard-charging Will Power to win his first-ever IndyCar victory at Barber Motorsports Park Sunday afternoon.

Pato O’Ward wins Barber Pole for Sunday’s IndyCar opener

Patricio O'Ward qualified on the pole after setting a time of 1:05.8479 late Saturday afternoon to earn the second pole of his IndyCar career.

Newgarden claims victory at St. Pete, Dixon gathers Sixth IndyCar Championship

Josef Newgarden would claim victory for Team Penske to conclude the 2020 IndyCar season. Scott Dixon finished on the podium with a third-place run to claim his sixth IndyCar championship.

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