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3 IndyCar Teams That Could Take A Chance on Helio Castroneves In 2021

It’s hard to imagine Helio Castroneves without Team Penske. When the Brazilian driver signed on for the 2000 CART season, no one could guess that he would still be competing with Penske two decades later. But with 2020 being Castroneves’s last season with Penske and given his drive to compete …

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2020 REV Group Grand Prix Race 2 Preview: IndyCar at Road America

2020 REV Group Grand Prix

The 2020 REV Group Grand Prix continues on July 12, wrapping up the double-header for the NTT IndyCar Series. Race 2 takes place on Sunday afternoon, after teams battled through a difficult Saturday afternoon opener. If you missed Race 1, you can catch up with our 2020 REV Group Grand …

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Sebastien Bourdais 2020 IndyCar Season Preview

Sebastien Bourdais

Sebastien Bourdais had a shocking NTT IndyCar Series offseason. His longtime team let him go, leaving the four-time open-wheel champion to focus on the WeatherTech SportsCar Championship instead. Bourdais is now only a part-time driver in the 2020 IndyCar season, and thanks to current events, he’s not even doing his …

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Dalton Kellett 2020 IndyCar Season Profile

Dalton Kellett

Despite the fact that Dalton Kellett didn’t contest the first NTT IndyCar Series race at Texas Motor Speedway, the Canadian will be making his debut during the 2020 IndyCar season. He’s splitting his A.J. Foyt Racing ride with two of IndyCar’s top veteran racers, which is something that very few …

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IndyCar Power Rankings: June 2020

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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 …

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IndyCar iRacing Challenge: What We Learned From Watkins Glen

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The IndyCar iRacing Challenge kicked off Saturday with the American Red Cross Grand Prix at the Glen, the first of a half-dozen virtual races meant to fill the void until the 2020 IndyCar season begins in May. The event was uncharted territory for fans, drivers and league personnel alike, and …

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