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2020 Genesys 300 Preview: What To Expect From IndyCar At Texas

2020 Genesys 300

The IndyCar field prepares for the green flag at the 2019 Genesys 300. (Photo Credit: Chris Jones/Courtesy of IndyCar.)

The 2020 Genesys 300 has incredibly high stakes for the NTT IndyCar Series. Not only is the Texas Motor Speedway event the 2020 IndyCar season opener, it’s the first race with the series’ new aeroscreen, and the only race in June. If a team or driver can’t compete here, they’re putting themselves at a swift …

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IndyCar Power Rankings: June 2020

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AUSTIN, TEXAS - FEBRUARY 11: A detail view of the Aeroscreen on the car of Will Power, driver of the #12 Verizon Team Penske Chevrolet, at Circuit of The Americas on February 11, 2020 in Austin, Texas. (Photo by Chris Graythen/Getty Images/Courtesy of IndyCar.)

Although the 2020 NTT IndyCar Series schedule looks different this year, the desire to win is still present in every team. Perhaps they’ll drive for another purpose as well—to bring a sense of normalcy to a world in disarray and turmoil. In this new normal, who will be the toughest competitors with the best chance …

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IndyCar iRacing Challenge: What We Learned From Indianapolis

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The IndyCar iRacing Challenge has come to an end, and it ended in spectacular fashion. The First Responder 175 presented by GMR brought racing fans to virtual Indianapolis Motor Speedway on Saturday afternoon (May 2), and it was about as exciting as the Indy 500. Plus, there was a little controversy to keep people talking. …

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IndyCar iRacing Challenge: What We Learned From Twin Ring Motegi

IndyCar iRacing Challenge

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The IndyCar iRacing Challenge is two-thirds of the way complete after Saturday’s venture to Twin Ring Motegi, and Simon Pagenaud has his second win in just as many iRacing events. But surprisingly, his back-to-back victories were not the biggest story of this virtual return to Japan. What can we learn from IndyCar’s outing on the …

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Oliver Askew, Pato O’Ward to Drive for Arrow McLaren in 2020

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NTT IndyCar Series team Arrow McLaren SP has announced its 2020 driver lineup. Oliver Askew and Pato O’Ward will run the team’s Chevrolets next season, Arrow announced Wednesday, Oct. 30. Arrow McLaren SP was formed from Arrow Schmidt Peterson Motorsports merging with McLaren Racing’s IndyCar effort. The team’s first campaign will feature the past two …

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