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Latest Dario Franchitti Items
As Michael Andretti takes over as the promoter of the struggling Milwaukee Mile IndyCar race, he knows he won't have the mainstream appeal of Danica Patrick to help bring fans back to the track.
Dario Franchitti and the rest of the IndyCar drivers and teams are still in the homework phase a month from the season opener, getting a handle on new cars that are deemed safer and swifter.
With the IndyCar Series still recovering from Dan Wheldon's death, officials said Tuesday that double-file restarts would be scrapped at Indianapolis, Texas and Fontana and more changes to improve safety could be announced before next month's season-opener at St. Petersburg, Fla.
With IndyCar still recovering from Dan Wheldon's death, series officials said Tuesday that double-file restarts will be scrapped at Indianapolis, Texas and Fontana and more changes to improve safety could be announced before next month's season-opener at St. Petersburg.
Ed Carpenter Racing signed with Chevrolet as its engine provider for the upcoming IndyCar season.
Forget all the initial complaints about Indy's new cars.
Paul Tracy is close to putting together a deal to run in IndyCar this season, but said 2012 will be his final year in the open-wheel series.
Justin Wilson's wife had quite enough of the driver being home all the time during the six months he was sidelined with a broken bone in his back.
Chip Ganassi hopes to improve on last year's 24-hour race at Daytona International Speedway.