Alexander Rossi sees benefits in the McLaren’s unique combination of Formula 1 and IndyCar programmes, having joined the latter operation for 2023.
In the round-up: Alesi becomes Paul Ricard circuit president • Mercedes junior on course for title • F1 tests ‘an off-season thing’ for IndyCar pair
In the round-up: Ericsson “still p****d off” over IndyCar title defeat • Marko joins critics of FIA’s politics clampdown • Barnard gets F3 seat
IndyCar team Foyt has changed the number that one of its cars will use this year due to “ideologic and symbolic references”.
Robert Wickens, who suffered spinal injuries in an IndyCar crash five years ago, has confirmed his interest in returning to the series.
In the round-up: Alonso to join Aston Martin’s Pirelli tyre test next month • Chadwick continues with Williams • Power pulls out of race due to wife’s health
Indy Lights runner-up Sting Ray Robb will step up to IndyCar this year, driving for Dale Coyne Racing with Rick Ware Racing.
Two-times Indy 500 winner Takuma Sato has moved to Chip Ganassi Racing for 2023, downscaling his IndyCar presence to an oval-only programme.
Max Verstappen’s unhappiness over his disconnection from the Le Mans Virtual race isn’t the only cloud hanging over the simracing world.
It took three attempts for Michael Andretti to get on the F1 grid as a driver. Will it be a case of ‘third time lucky’ again as a team owner?
McLaren will run 2021 NASCAR Cup champion Kyle Larson in next year’s Indianapolis 500 as he attempts a ‘double-header’ by contesting another race on the same day.
Multiple Argentinian Super TC2000 champion Agustin Canapino will join the IndyCar grid this season with Juncos Hollinger Racing, the team have announced.
Michael Andretti’s chance of a Formula 1 debut in 1986 was thwarted when the sport’s governing body refused to give him a superlicence.
Who says the art of overtaking is dead? Here are 12 of the best single-seater passes of 2022 – without a single DRS press between them.
Another dramatic and often controversial season of Formula 1 meant these curious and noteworthy stories from it and beyond tended to get overlooked.
In the round-up: FIA criticised for “absurd” rule barring drivers from speaking out • Schumacher and Vettel reunite for RoC • IndyCar to disappear from iRacing
IndyCar has changed plans for its new engine formula again, but says it remains committed to introducing hybrid power units in 2024.
Chip Ganassi Racing have announced they will hire Marcus Armstrong to race for them in 12 of next year’s 17 IndyCar races.
IndyCar champion Will Power has revealed he broke multiple ribs when he flipped a go-kart in a recent crash.
IndyCar champion Alex Palou has been named as a reserve driver for the McLaren Formula 1 team for the 2023 world championship.