On Sunday, Sato became the first Japanese driver to win the Indy 500. Announcers from his home country reacted accordingly.
Recorded at practice for the 100th running of the Indy 500.
The champ sits down for a wide-ranging interview on how he accomplished his brilliant 2016 season.
The American driver might be only 24, but his career is full of twists and turns.
After losing his full-time drive, the Californian is back with Ed Carpenter Racing. But it wasn't easy. At all.
Sit back, learn, and enjoy.
Will this get more engine suppliers into the series? That's the hope.
Miraculously, Castroneves was unhurt.
Even after his tragic death, Justin Wilson's IndyCar knowledge and skill carry on.