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By Tammy Bruce
Topic - Indianapolis Motor Speedway
Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing will field a second IndyCar entry for Oriol Servia this season in at least four races, more if sponsorship can be secured.
Juan Pablo Montoya would like to run the Brickyard 400 at Indianapolis Motor Speedway if Team Penske puts a ride together for a brief return to NASCAR.
Indianapolis Motor Speedway is adding another racing weekend to its spring schedule.
In a residential neighborhood just blocks west of Indianapolis Motor Speedway, the snow towers 18 feet above the home of Alan Burke.
Mario Andretti is helping PlayStation promote its new video game, Gran Turismo 6.
IndyCar will compress its 2014 season into five months and end at Fontana on Labor Day weekend.
Indianapolis Motor Speedway is giving open-wheel racing a boost this May.
Kevin Harvick will keep his Jimmy John's sponsorship when he moves to Stewart-Haas Racing in 2014.
Tony Kanaan wants to stay in IndyCar, but if he doesn't have a ride, the Indianapolis 500 champion said he'll look elsewhere for a place to race, even if that means moving to NASCAR.
IndyCar is considering adding a road race at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway as soon as next year.
Graham Rahal will drive an IndyCar Series car Wednesday at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway road course as part of a test designed to see if the infield road is suited for an open wheel race in the future.
At least a dozen road course ringers waited for the phone to ring when word spread that Tony Stewart had broken his leg in a sprint car race at Iowa.
Ryan Newman kissed the Indy bricks, then had to deal with the Brickyard 350.
Jimmie Johnson's pit crew gave away a win on the final stop at the Brickyard.
Maybe NASCAR should steal a page from IndyCar and install a push-to-pass button.