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Fernando Alonso will be in fifth position.

Alonso had a four-lap average of 230.034 mph with Carpenter at 230.468 mph.

Alonso drove 222 mph in his IndyCar rookie test.

Former IndyCar Series champion Tony Kanaan wasn't about to get a heart with his mother's name tattooed on his shoulder. His freshest (and most impressive) ink permanently commemorates his Indianapolis 500 win in 2013.

Matthew Brabham is bringing the family name made famous by his late grandfather, three-time world champion Sir Jack, back to the forefront of racing at the Indianapolis 500.

Indianapolis Residents Seem To Like Electric Car Sharing

In the first two months, BlueIndy says it has signed up over 500 people to annual memberships and has seen its EVs go on over 3,000 rides.

New races in Phoenix, Boston, and Road America will join the IndyCar Series calendar for 2016, replacing previous rounds in Fontana, Milwaukee, and Louisiana in a sixteen-round schedule spanning six months.

It's been eight years since American open wheelers last raced around Road America, but the IndyCar Series just announced that they'll be back next season for a new race at the legendary Wisconsin circuit.

After competing in his first 24-hour race and defending his titles in para-cycling, 48-year-old Alessandro Zanardi wants to race in the Indianapolis 500.

AJ Foyt won Le Mans with Dan Gurney back in '67. Now he'll be fielding a third car at Indy this year with a tribute livery to Gurney's Eagle, driven by Alex Tagliani.

Honda and Chevrolet gear up for the 99th Indianapolis 500 by unveiling their new aerodynamics packages for super speedways, with less drag and downforce for higher top speeds.

To set the pace at the 99th Indianapolis 500, the Brickyard has selected a Corvette for the 13th time, and the track's winningest driver, Jeff Gordon, to pilot it.

Honda Performance Development fitted this Accord Coupe with 400 horsepower and a series of enhancements to prepare it for service as Indy's new safety car.

The rookie who finished second after crashing on the last lap at the 2011 Indianapolis 500 will be back at the Brickyard again after signing with CFH Racing.

The Midwest looks poised to get another IndyCar race as parties come together to revive the open-wheel Grand Prix of Cleveland at Burke Lakefront Airport at some point in the near future.

Following Chevy's debut, Honda has revealed its aerodynamics package that its customer teams will be running on short ovals and road courses in the 2015 IndyCar Series.

20 years ago Disney built a speedway in Orlando, held Indy and NASCAR races there for a few years, then left it entirely for stock-car ride-alongs and supercar lapping sessions. Now it's closing it down for good.

Chevrolet has designed a new aero package for the Dallara DW12 that the six teams running its engines in the 2015 IndyCar Series will be running on this year's road-course races, starting next month in St. Petersburg.

The IndyCar Series was set to return to Brazil this season with a new race in the capital, but local government officials under pressure not to overspend on sporting events have canceled the contract.

Racing drivers live the fast life, but it's not all glory and fame. That's especially true of Randy Lanier – the former professional racing driver was sentenced in 1988 to life without parole on drug trafficking charges. But now he's being released.

Indy has a long and proud history of racing in Brazil. And while the South American country was missing from this year's calendar, it has now been confirmed to be returning next season.

Most racing series compete on one kind of track or another, but not Indy. Its calendar is made up of NASCAR-style speedway races (generally, though not exclusively, identified by a three-digit number indicating the number of miles to be covered) and F1-style road-course and street-circuit races (typically billed as grands prix). And now, it's about to get another of the latter.

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