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Topic - American Open
Jacques Villeneuve is ready to make an IndyCar comeback.
Scott Dixon won his first championship at 23, too young to appreciate what he'd accomplished in his first full season with Chip Ganassi Racing and their first year competing in the IndyCar Series.
Stefan Wilson's road to his IndyCar Series debut takes him to the streets of Baltimore.
If Juan Pablo Montoya returns to IndyCar next year, he'll get a warm welcome from the drivers he'll have to beat.
Sebastien Bourdais hadn't been on a podium in a long time, so he wanted to savor every minute of the celebration.
Carlos Munoz's initiation to Indianapolis went relatively smoothly.
Over the past decade, there have been times when both Will Power and Ryan Hunter-Reay were either out of work or deep in debt. Both considered abandoning racing altogether.
NASCAR has tinkered and tweaked and tried time and again to create a championship system that would resonate with sports fans.
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — The Indianapolis 500 is new again.
NEW YORK — At a crowded intersection inside Manhattan's financial district yesterday, the 33 drivers who qualified for Sunday's Indianapolis 500 posed alongside the "charging bull," the famed statue meant to symbolize prosperity.