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Ryan Hunter-Reay Dominates Sonoma While Scott Dixon Wins Title No. 5

Andretti Autosport won the battle, but Scott Dixon won the war Sunday (Sept. 16) at Sonoma Raceway. Andretti driver Ryan Hunter-Reay won the Grand Prix of Sonoma after starting from the pole and leading 80 laps. But Dixon finished a strong second, more than enough to clinch his fifth career …

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Track Position and Grip Prove to be King in Indianapolis

The biggest story of the offseason was the new aerodynamic package that all IndyCar Series teams would run throughout the 2018 season. For the series’ marquee event, the 102nd Indianapolis 500, the new car produced multiple self-induced crashes. Ed Jones, Danica Patrick, Sebastien Bourdais, Helio Castroneves, Sage Karam and Tony …

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IndyCar: There’s No Doubt Now; Alexander Rossi is a Title Threat

Alexander Rossi didn’t make the greatest impression on Formula One team bosses as he climbed the ladder to Europe’s most prestigious racing series. He made a mere five starts with the now-defunct backmarker Manor Marussia F1 Team in 2015 with a best finish of 12th in the United States Grand …

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Thoughts on the Chip Ganassi Racing-PNC Bank Partnership

On Tuesday (Feb. 6), Chip Ganassi Racing and PNC Bank announced a partnership that will see the financial corporation on Scott Dixon’s No. 9 Honda for the 2018 IndyCar Series season. Last year, Dixon’s team struggled to secure sponsorship. For preseason testing in Phoenix, Dixon piloted a blank white car …

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Tumultuous May Hasn’t Impeded Scott Dixon’s Title Hunt One Bit

A second-place finish in the Grand Prix of Indianapolis, a pole award for the Indy 500, a robbery at gunpoint, and a vicious crash. This is how Scott Dixon’s May went. It was an up-and-down month at Indianapolis Motor Speedway to say the least. The New Zealander hadn’t finished worse …

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Will Power Due For Elusive Indianapolis 500 Win After Grand Prix of Indy

With this weekend’s IndyCar victory in the Grand Prix of Indianapolis, Will Power moved into sole possession of 11th place on the all-time wins list, passing Rick Mears and Team Penske teammate Helio Castroneves. Power, the 2014 Verizon IndyCar Series champion, started from the pole on Saturday. He went on to …

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