On the 30th anniversary of Jag's win in 88, our Marshall Pruett looks back at an interview conducted on the 20th anniversary.
The 2018 race has one factory LMP team, too many star drivers to name, and a balance of performance issue.
You might not know Andy Blackmore's name, but you know his work.
Il Commentadore asked the young Swede if he was hungry. He wasn't talking about food.
We sat down with Ribbs ahead of the premiere of Uppity, the documentary about his life.
Hinch didn't have a spot in the 500, but it seems that didn't stop him from having a good time the night before
James Hinchcliffe isn't the first big-name driver to miss out on the Indy 500. Bobby Rahal didn't make the show in 1993.
The 2.4 liter V6 arriving in 2021 will have 900 hp and could make as much as 1000 by 2026.
Uncle Bobby talks more power and going faster.
The greatest driver ever on how safety changed during his 40+ decade career.
A radical design concept takes inspiration from some of the greatest cars to ever compete at Indy.
A cleaver sweatshirt depicts the many ways in which motorsport legend AJ Foyt has eluded death.
The Spice-Acura prototype had a lovely VTEC V6 that made a noise like nothing else.
The Le Mans winner tells Marshall Pruett that he pulled 5gs through Eau Rouge and touched 227 mph on his record-shattering lap.
Velocity and Motor Trend will broadcast the entire 2018-2019 WEC Super Season.
Will Power, Oriol Servia, Jimmy Vasser and Paul Tracy reflect on an open-wheel series that's still missed today.
The sound of the 2.65-liter turbo V8s of the 1995 CART series still gives us goosebumps.
F1? No. IndyCar? No. NASCAR? No. IMSA? Yes.
No more splitting time between multiple networks to follow the IndyCar season.
Zach Veach didn't catch the motorsports bug the same way as everyone else.
Jorda, who is on the FIA Women in Motorsport Council, needs to be ignored.
Remember the golden age of IMSA.