Dixon breaks through at Indianapolis with victory in GP

It took Scott Dixon 12 years to make a second trip to victory lane at Indianapolis Motor Speedway. The 2008 Indianapolis 500 winner ended what had been a frustrating quest for a second win at the Brickyard, beating Graham Rahal to the checkered flag by 19.9469 seconds Saturday and claiming his first IndyCar Grand Prix title. ''It's really nice to get another win at Indianapolis even though it's not the big one,'' Dixon said.

IndyCar donates $1 million to establish diversity program

IndyCar and Indianapolis Motor Speedway are making an active effort to increase diversity throughout the industry with a $1 million donation to a new “Race for Equality & Change” initiative. “As our country has grappled with systemic issues related to race, equality and access to opportunity, we’ve been doing a lot of listening, learning and reflecting,” said Mark Miles, President and CEO of Penske Entertainment Corp. “‘Race for Equality & Change’ will create a more diverse and inclusive INDYCAR community that fundamentally transforms our sport.”

Power’s play puts Penske back in front for Indianapolis GP

Will Power brought back normalcy to Indianapolis on Friday. After a two-month race delay and a one-month hiatus between IndyCar's first two races, Power reclaimed his status as the favorite for Saturday's Indianapolis Grand Prix favorite by overtaking Jack Harvey in the final seconds of qualifying with a pole-winning run of 1 minute, 10.1779 seconds on the track's road course. It took everything Power had to eek it out.

‘His Mona Lisa’ – Penske adds golden touch to iconic Indy

The purists can relax: Roger Penske did not remove troughs from the men's bathrooms at Indianapolis Motor Speedway. It's been six months since Penske completed his purchase of the 111-year-old national landmark, a fixer-upper that he has already lavished with some $15 million worth of improvements. “It's like you just bought a Ferrari,” said Penske, “but it was rained on.”

‘His Mona Lisa’ – Penske adds golden touch to iconic Indy

The purists can relax: Roger Penske did not remove troughs from the men's bathrooms at Indianapolis Motor Speedway. It's been six months since Penske completed his purchase of the 111-year-old national landmark, a fixer-upper that he has already lavished with some $15 million worth of improvements. “It's like you just bought a Ferrari,” said Penske, “but it was rained on.”

Indianapolis 500 will run with 50% fan capacity at speedway

The Indianapolis 500 will run in August with 50% fan capacity, a total that could still hit six figures at the famed Indianapolis Motor Speedway. The Indy 500 was bumped from its traditional May date because of the coronavirus pandemic. The 104th Indy 500 will run Aug. 23 at half the total of what is traditionally one of the biggest sporting events of the year.