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Arrow Schmidt Peterson Motorsports’ rookie Marcus Ericsson got his first taste of ovals last week with a test at Texas Motor Speedway, and afterward thanked teammates Robert Wickens and James Hinchcliffe for their help and guidance. So what did Wickens tell him about the art of dealing with The Big Left Turn? David Malsher found out.
Chip Ganassi spoke to a group of eight media personnel at Long Beach last weekend, on the topics of resident champion Scott Dixon (he’s not slowing down), rookie Felix Rosenqvist (he should slow down), international races, guaranteed Indy 500 berths, running more cars (including Indy Lights), sportscars, and more. David Malsher reports.
Joe Gibbs Racing's Martin Truex Jr said his final stint on the way to a NASCAR Cup Series victory at Richmond was "like driving in the snow".
Yes, Martin Truex Jr. had gone 0-for-80 in short track races in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series but his win Saturday night at Richmond was far more personal.
Charles Leclerc believes Ferrari will be very competitive at this weekend’s Formula 1 Chinese Grand Prix. Leclerc’s hopes for a maiden GP win were dashed a fortnight ago in Bahrain, when an electrical problem caused him to lose the lead, but he hopes victory will be his in Shanghai.
Justin Haley rides momentum with Kaulig Racing into Richmond Raceway with a new veteran on board as his teammate for the weekend.
Kaz Grala makes second NASCAR Xfinity Series start of the season with Richard Childress Racing this weekend at Richmond (Va.) Raceway.
Matt DiBenedetto enjoyed best finish to date with Leavine Family Racing at Bristol Motor Speedway but feels it could have been better.
Michael Annett has been a driver for JR Motorsports since 2017 but until this season he hadn’t felt like a contributor.
Christopher Bell says he doesn’t know what he’s doing next season but admits he doesn’t see “a hole” at Joe Gibbs Racing right now to advance to the NASCAR Cup Series.
Now he’s completed hundreds of laps at Circuit of The Americas in both Formula 1 and IndyCar, Arrow Schmidt Peterson Motorsports driver Marcus Ericsson compares and contrast the techniques required to find ultimate pace. He spoke to David Malsher.
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Citroen driver Kris Meeke says his fastest time at Thursday’s Tour of Corsica shakedown has confirmed his confidence in the Toyota Yaris ahead of this week’s fourth round of the WRC.
What defines the greatest race car drivers? Brad Keselowski has a theory and by his own admission, he doesn’t yet qualify.
Myatt Snider has no idea how many opportunities he will have in the NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series this season so he plans to maximize each one.
Rookie NASCAR Cup Series driver Ryan Preece ready to make his second start at Martinsville (Va.) Speedway this Sunday.
European Formula 3 champion Mick Schumacher has laid out his targets for 2019 as he graduates to the Formula 2 Championship, and says the comparisons to his seven-time Formula 1 world champion father Michael are an “honour” rather than a burden.
Martin Truex Jr. has had a stellar career in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series but there is a nagging absence he’d like to fill.
Formula 1 is already seeing a very different Kimi Raikkonen in 2019 since his switch from Ferrari to Alfa Romeo. This move isn't just about nostalgia or clinging to a place on the grid, as Raikkonen explains in this exclusive interview
Juan Pablo Montoya believes a lack of dirt racing backgrounds among foreign drivers is one of the key reasons why more overseas racers are not competing in the NASCAR Cup Series.
Joe Gibbs has coached his share of exceptional athletes and he has no doubt Kyle Busch possesses a talent matched by few others.
As a team boss and technical director, Ross Brawn achieved some incredible things both against the odds and from a dominant position. His new mission to transform Formula 1 itself is his toughest yet, as he explains in this exclusive interview.
Ryan Blaney still needed to clean some stuff up in Sunday’s race at Phoenix, but when he did, he found himself with a shot to win.
Alex Palou insists establishing a professional racing career in Japan is just as difficult as doing so in Europe after securing twin drives in Super Formula and Super GT.