Penske Racing owner Roger Penske offered Tony Stewart the chance to drive for him in the 2013 Indianapolis 500, if he desired. After making the offer at the 2012 Sprint Cup Series award banquet, Penske said: If he wants to do the double, I’d put him in it. We’ve talked about it before. I guess [...]
Jayski is reporting via SPEED that Formula 1 driver Bruno Senna may be considering NASCAR as a backup option, should his deal to remain in F1 fall through. According to the report, Senna has ruled out IndyCar because his family would not let him race in that series.
In the aftermath of Dan Wheldon’s death, five-time NASCAR Sprint Cup champion Jimmie Johnson called on IndyCar to stop racing on ovals.
Former IndyCar Series champion and 2011 Indianapolis 500 winner Dan Wheldon died from injuries sustained in a horrific mutli-car crash at Las Vegas Motor Speedway on Sunday.
Danica Patrick is finalizing a deal to run full time in the Nationwide Series and select Sprint Cup events in 2012, according to the Associated Press.
Canadian driver Patrick Carpentier said that he will retire following the NAPA Auto Parts 200 at Circuit Gilles Villeneuve in August.
On SPEED TV’s Race Hub program, reporter Robin Miller said that Andretti Autosport of the IZOD Indy Car Series, may move to NASCAR. Miller said that John Lopes, CFO of Andretti said that the team is exploring a move to NASCAR.
John Andretti will drive in the 2011 Indy 500 at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, according to the Indianapolis Star. Andretti will drive a fifth car fielded by Andretti Autosport. He will be a teammate to Ryan Hunter-Reay, Marco Andretti, Mike Conway and Danica Patrick. The car will be a joint venture between Andretti Autosport and Richard [...]
Andretti Autosport is teaming up with Richard Petty and sponsor Window World to field a fifth IZOD IndyCar Series entry with John Andretti behind the wheel. The team will debut its No. 43 car at Kansas Speedway on May 1. At the end of the month, the team will attempt to make the Indianapolis 500.
IndyCar driver Danica Patrick was on Good Morning America to discuss her racing future. Unfortunately, the announcement dealt with her IndyCar future, and had nothing to do with her potential move to NASCAR.