Not so long ago, Tony Kanaan was one of the four young brash drivers in American open-wheel racing who partied hard and raced harder. Now at 40, he's the only one left of the "Brat Pack."
Documents show that Patricia Driscoll, in effect, used the Armed Forces Foundation as a bank to lend money for or pay various personal expenses, including bills for a private company she owns.
IndyCar racing is coming to Boston.
Ryan Briscoe will replace the injured James Hinchcliffe in the Indianapolis 500.
The Mello Yello Drag Racing Series heads to Kansas for the NHRA Kansas Nationals. ESPN analyst Mike Dunn breaks down the best of the best in this week's Power Rankings.
Team principal Beth Paretta says reaction has been overwhelmingly positive to her plans to enter an all-female team in next year's Indy 500, and a car and driver have been secured.
Former motocross champion Doug Henry has been charged with public indecency in Connecticut, where police say he exposed himself to two female construction workers.
You can always make race cars go faster, but can you make them faster and safer? That's the conundrum facing the IndyCar Series and every other form of racing out there.
While the Indy 500 is big for all drivers, it's more important than ever this year for Simona de Silvestro, who is still in need of sponsors if she wants to race beyond Sunday.
IndyCar driver James Hinchcliffe has been moved out of intensive care, two days after surgery on his left thigh and pelvic area following a crash during practice for the Indianapolis 500.
Mercedes has confirmed that Lewis Hamilton has renewed his contract for three more years, meaning the reigning world champion will stay at the team until the end of 2018.
James Hinchcliffe's girlfriend says the IndyCar driver was awake and communicating Tuesday morning, less than 24 hours after undergoing surgery on his left thigh.
Castroneves on safety concerns, Indy 500 (3:28)
Tim Wilkerson raced to his first Funny Car victory since 2011 by beating Ron Capps on Sunday in the Summit Racing Equipment NHRA Southern Nationals at Atlanta Dragway.
The IndyCar Series changed qualifying rules on the fly Sunday, after another car took flight during a crash. Qualifying went off without a hitch, but are these cars safe enough yet?
Jorge Lorenzo won the French Grand Prix on Sunday ahead of championship leader Valentino Rossi for his second straigt MotoGP victory.
Ed Carpenter crashed during practice for the Indianapolis 500 on Sunday, delaying scheduled qualifying for the race.
Indianapolis Motor Speedway is in a race against time as officials are planning to renovate the historic track in time for the 100th running of the Indianapolis 500 next May.
In 2000, Sarah Fisher qualified for the Indy 500 as a 19-year-old rookie. Now, she's building a contender through an ownership role, something a woman has never done.
Strategy Group agrees on changes to make sport more entertaining, which include louder and higher revving engines and a planned 'five or six seconds' drop in lap times.
I told Graham, "Don't come over here with a couple of sheep and a goat. Come over here with a couple of those new Corvettes and a couple of Ferraris, and we'll talk."
Ferrari boss Maurizio Arrivabene is refusing to bow to pressure to extend Kimi Raikkonen's contract and is instead using it as a motivating tool for the Finnish driver.
Juan Pablo Montoya is returning to open-wheel racing this season after nine years in NASCAR that saw him finish in the Top 10 in 59 races. Montoya joined Danny Corrales in Los Angeles to talk about his return to the IndyCar series, what it's like to drive the city streets and raising his children in the United States and making sure they're aware of their heritage.