1. Good Bye Tony George, You Will Not Be Missed

    So let me get this straight. In the early 90's, CART was huge. It had mega crowds at every race, great TV ratings and lots of exposure...

    Richard Deveau Written by Richard Deveau about over 4 years ago 412 reads 1 comments

  2. Streets of Monaco Ready for Formula One

    The beautiful city of Monte Carlo, nestled on the mountainside right next to the gleaming ocean, is usually a quiet place to live. Where wealthy people live to get away from it all, simply paradise...

    Richard Deveau Written by Richard Deveau about 5 years ago 149 reads 0 comments

  3. Indianapolis Opening Day Report- Andretti Tops Practice Charts

    After much criticism from fans and reporters, Marco Andretti's Venom/Andretti-Green Racing Dallara-Honda topped the charts with a blistering lap of 225.478 mph...

    Richard Deveau Written by Richard Deveau about 5 years ago 61 reads 0 comments

  4. Paul Tracy Tops All Rookies at Indy

    The month of May at Indianapolis Motor Speedway is officially under way as the rookies of the Indycar Series hit the track today for rookie orientation. Though racing here seven years ago, Paul Tracy was given the track time today to shake out the cobwebs

    Richard Deveau Written by Richard Deveau about 5 years ago 130 reads 1 comments

  5. Alex Tagliani Will Race The Indianapolis 500

    As the Indianapolis Motor Speedway prepares for the month of May activities, the Indianapolis 500 entry list becomes clearer. Alex Tagliani will drive the No. 34 Dallara Honda, one of Conquest Racing's two entries...

    Richard Deveau Written by Richard Deveau about 5 years ago 156 reads 1 comments

  6. Danica Patrick Getting a Boost for Indy 500

    The same old Danica Patrick will be present at Indy; I'm talking about the intense and absolutely hates to lose attitude of the female driver...

    Richard Deveau Written by Richard Deveau about 5 years ago 581 reads 2 comments

  7. Indy 500: Lazier, Duno, and Philippe Confirmed to Entry List

    As the month of May comes closer and closer, question marks on the Indianapolis 500 entry list are starting to disappear. Three new drivers have been confirmed: American Buddy Lazier, Venezuelan Milka Duno, and Frenchman Nelson Phillippe...

    Richard Deveau Written by Richard Deveau about 5 years ago 139 reads 6 comments

  8. Scott Dixon Cruises to Kansas Victory

    The Indycar Series returns to ovals, and Scott Dixon returns to his winning ways as the defending champion dominates the Road Runner Turbo Indy 300 at the Kansas Speedway...

    Richard Deveau Written by Richard Deveau about 5 years ago 46 reads 0 comments

  9. Brad Keselowski Gets the Upset Win at Talladega

    Anyone watching today's NASCAR race at Talladega Superspeedway, the Aaron's 499, witnessed one of the most memorable and greatest finishes in NASCAR history...

    Richard Deveau Written by Richard Deveau about 5 years ago 258 reads 0 comments

  10. Dan Wheldon Looks To Complete Hat Trick in Kansas

    After racing on the bumpy city streets, the IndyCar Series returns to the speedier ovals this weekend at the Kansas Speedway. Dan Wheldon, driver of the No...

    Richard Deveau Written by Richard Deveau about over 5 years ago 131 reads 0 comments

  11. Ready To Hit the Beach, Indycar Style!

    Palm trees swaying, waves rolling and fast cars making loud noise. Add pretty girls in tank tops, celebrities, fans and a party atmosphere, and you will get this weekend's Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach...

    Richard Deveau Written by Richard Deveau about over 5 years ago 137 reads 3 comments

  12. Helio Castroneves Acquited! Paul Tracy Coming Back!

    Helio Castroneves, two-time Indianapolis 500 winner, was found not guilty on tax-evasion charges today along with sister Kati and agent Alan Miller; this means he's back on track this weekend at Long Beach...

    Richard Deveau Written by Richard Deveau about over 5 years ago 326 reads 1 comments

  13. Graham Rahal, IndyCar Series Ready to Hit the Streets of St. Pete

    American open-wheel racing fans, teams, and drivers have long awaited the start of the 2009 IndyCar Series; it's finally here! After a very long winter, team haulers have pulled into the paddock in St...

    Richard Deveau Written by Richard Deveau about over 5 years ago 90 reads 0 comments

  14. What Lies Ahead for McLaren and Lewis Hamilton?

    As the 2009 Formula One season looms over the horizon, fans have a lot to look forward to heading into this weekend's Australian Grand Prix. Many questions abound for the start of this season, more so than ever maybe...

    Richard Deveau Written by Richard Deveau about over 5 years ago 204 reads 3 comments

  15. French Grand Prix Gets New Home

    This winter, Formula One race fans were informed that the French Grand Prix at the Circuit de Nevers at Magny-Cours was removed from the calendar...

    Richard Deveau Written by Richard Deveau about over 5 years ago 108 reads 3 comments

  16. JR Fitzpatrick: From Canada's Short Tracks to NASCAR

    Not many drivers in NASCAR can say that a whole country is cheering for them, but that's the case for young 20-year-old JR Fitzpatrick.Canadian race fans have enjoyed watching the Cambridge, Ont...

    Richard Deveau Written by Richard Deveau about over 5 years ago 254 reads 2 comments

  17. Goodyear Takes Advantage of Off Weekend in Nascar

    Most drivers in the NASCAR garage enjoy kicking back on a rare off weekend from the Sprint Cup Series, whether it's hittin' the dirt track or hittin' the beach...

    Richard Deveau Written by Richard Deveau about over 5 years ago 297 reads 0 comments

  18. FOTA To Propose Big Changes in Formula One

    The Formula One Teams Association is prepared to announce radical changes to Formula One in a press conference Thursday. According to British Web site autosport...

    Richard Deveau Written by Richard Deveau about over 5 years ago 81 reads 1 comments

  19. Felipe Massa: Races Need to be Shorter

    After watching races for years, I have learned that drivers love to share their opinion. Anxiously waiting for the start of the 2009 Formula One season, one driver has already started...

    Richard Deveau Written by Richard Deveau about over 5 years ago 79 reads 9 comments

  20. IRL Has No Concerns on Cut Tires

    After seeing many cut tires during Indycar Series testing at Homestead-Miami Speedway, Brian Barnhart, president of Indy Racing League's competition division, said Friday he isn't concerned about it...

    Richard Deveau Written by Richard Deveau about over 5 years ago 57 reads 0 comments

  21. Danica Patrick Shows Interest in American Formula 1 Team

    Peter Windsor and Ken Anderson officially announced on Tuesday that their new American based race team, USF1, will be joining the Formula 1 grid in 2010...

    Richard Deveau Written by Richard Deveau about over 5 years ago 463 reads 5 comments

  22. Sprint Cup Series at Kentucky Doubtful for 2010

    After rumours of Kentucky Speedway joining the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series schedule in 2010 were floating around, a court schedule released Monday appears to be another blow to the track's chances of having NASCAR's premier series...

    Richard Deveau Written by Richard Deveau about over 5 years ago 252 reads 7 comments

  23. Yasukawa Joins Indy Japan 300 Field

    Japanese driver Roger Yasukawa will be joining the Dreyer & Reinbold Racing operation for one race in 2009: the Indy Japan 300 in September at Twin Ring Motegi. Yasukawa will join the team alongside full-time driver Mike Conway...

    Richard Deveau Written by Richard Deveau about over 5 years ago 41 reads 0 comments

  24. Justin Wilson at Dale Coyne Racing for 2009

    Dale Coyne Racing has been involved in American open wheel racing for 25 years, competing in CART/Champcar before moving to the Indycar Series after American open wheel unification last year...

    Richard Deveau Written by Richard Deveau about over 5 years ago 291 reads 1 comments

  25. In Tough Economic Times, IRL Cuts Cash Aid to Teams

    This strained economy is once again affecting motorsports, with the Indycar Series as it's latest victim. The Indy Racing League announced Wednesday they will no longer subsidize Indycar teams like they have done in the past...

    Richard Deveau Written by Richard Deveau about over 5 years ago 72 reads 1 comments