3 hrs ago | Milwaukee Journal-Sentinal
History: Dario Franchitti won under the caution flag after Takuma Sato couldn't quite hang on while making a desperate dive to the inside in the first turn on the final lap.
7 hrs ago | Sporting News
Sunday's 97th running of the Indianapolis 500 awaits, as the "greatest spectacle in racing" prepares to roll out its pageantry and festival of open-wheel racing.
12 hrs ago | GM Blogs
The 2014 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray will lead the field and a hungry pack of Chevy powered Indy Cars to the green flag of the Indy 500, serving as the pace car for the 97th running of the Memorial Day weekend classic.
13 hrs ago | Speed Channel
Two Americans sandwiched around a rookie on the front row, four females in the lineup and the old Colts' quarterback who got this city hooked on pro football is driving the pace car - sounds like it's time for the annual Indy 500 quiz.
18 hrs ago | Vail Daily News
Special to the Daily Just behind the roll bar and in front of the American flag is a Vail Mountain School sticker.
Among the various storylines for Sunday's 102 nd running of the Indianapolis 500 is the high number of American drivers, led by Ed Carpenter.
While IZOD IndyCar Series driver James Hinchcliffe continues to grow his fan base with his torrid start to the season, Texas Motor Speedway is providing yet another reason for its fan base to root for the driver of the No.
This Week's Shore Lodge Chevrolet at Charlotte Motor Speedway ... Brian Scott will pilot chassis No.
The Indianapolis 500 has always been an international event -- Jules Goux of France took the third running in 1913 -- but Americans have won the vast majority of the races, including 22 straight beginning with A.J. Foyt in 1967 and extending to 1988 with Rick Mears.
A cursory glance at Jimmie Johnson's racing resume will tell you that the driver of the No.
Front row 1. Will Power...228.844 mph 2. Ryan Hunter-Reay...228.282 3. Carlos Munoz...228.171 Second row 4. Helio Castroneves...227.975 5. Ed Carpenter...227.952 6. Marco Andretti...227.893 Third row 7. AJ Allmendinger...227.761 8. EJ Viso...227.612 9. James Hinchcliffe...227.493 Fourth row 10.
Buddy Lazier stood in front of his garage in Gasoline Alley signing autographs and having pictures taken with fans Sunday.
The nine starting positions that remained for the May 26 Indianapolis 500 were determined during Sunday's "Bump Day" at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
Omahan Chris Nielsen, right, with Jason Peters, left, and Corbet Krause in front of the Lazier Partners Racing garage at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.