• Iconic IMS announcer Bob Jenkins battling brain cancer
    Autosport

    Iconic IMS announcer Bob Jenkins battling brain cancer

    Bob Jenkins, former TV and Indianapolis Motor Speedway announcer, has revealed he is suffering from brain cancer and has reduced his IMS duties

  • Ed Jones returns to IndyCar after sitting out 2020
    The Associated Press

    Ed Jones returns to IndyCar after sitting out 2020

    Ed Jones will return to IndyCar after a one-year absence for a second stint driving for Dale Coyne Racing. Jones was named Wednesday as driver of the No. 18 Honda entered by Coyne with Jimmy Vasser and James Sullivan. The car will be sponsored for a fourth consecutive season by SealMaster Pavement Products.

  • Hinchcliffe back with Andretti for full IndyCar season
    The Associated Press

    Hinchcliffe back with Andretti for full IndyCar season

    James Hinchcliffe will return to Andretti Autosport for a full IndyCar season, a huge recovery after the popular Canadian cobbled only six races together last year. Hinchcliffe was blindsided in late 2019 when he was replaced at Arrow McLaren SP with a year remaining on his contract. With limited time to find a new job, he signed sponsor Genesys for three races with Andretti.

  • Marco Andretti to step back from full-time IndyCar racing
    The Associated Press

    Marco Andretti to step back from full-time IndyCar racing

    Marco Andretti will not run the full IndyCar schedule this season as the third-generation driver reprioritizes his racing career. The 33-year-old won the pole in August for the Indianapolis 500 but he didn't lead a lap and finished 13th.