A new, environmentally friendly auto racing series just got even greener.
Dario Franchitti hobbled into Thursday's news conference on crutches and sat down between IndyCar's two most cherished prizes — the series championship trophy and the Indianapolis 500 trophy.
Kasey Kahne and Tony Stewart are entering next month's Chili Bowl Nationals in honor of late racer Jason Leffler.
A.J. Foyt is keeping his team together for a second straight IndyCar season.
Three-time Le Mans 24 Hour race winner Allan McNish is retiring after a 33-year career in which he was one of the fastest drivers in recent years.
Dover International Speedway has upgraded cellphone service for fans at its NASCAR Sprint Cup races.
Bobby Labonte will attempt to qualify for the Daytona 500 for Phoenix Racing.
Mario Andretti is helping PlayStation promote its new video game, Gran Turismo 6.
Chip Ganassi Racing revealed on Friday its four-car driver lineup for the 2014 IndyCar Series season, with Ryan Briscoe joining the team and Tony Kanaan replacing Dario Franchitti in the No. 10 car.
The million-dollar North Carolina home once owned by former NASCAR driver Jeremy Mayfield before he was kicked off the land is scheduled to be burned to the ground as part of a fire training exercise.
The Andretti family will organize a race featuring electric cars on the streets of Miami in March 2015.
The million-dollar home once owned by former NASCAR driver Jeremy Mayfield is scheduled to be burned to the ground as part of a fire training exercise.
The scheduled burning of the million-dollar home once owned by former NASCAR driver Jeremy Mayfield as part of a fire training exercise has been canceled.
Ryan Briscoe kept waiting for a full-time IndyCar opening.
NASCAR has selected 28-year-old "rising star" Jimmy Small as the president of its newest acquisition, the Iowa Speedway.
Formula One's governing body wants another team on the starting grid from 2015 or '16.
The No. 3 car made famous by the late Dale Earnhardt is returning to the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series in 2014.
The Indianapolis Motor Speedway says it is ready to start several improvement projects using $100 million in state assistance.
NASCAR took the final step toward setting its 2014 rules package with a critical test session Wednesday at Charlotte Motor Speedway.
Former General Motors executive Brent Dewar was hired as chief operating officer of NASCAR on Wednesday.