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Latest Iowa Speedway Items
The IndyCar Series says it will no longer penalize teams for certain engine changes.
A victory at Iowa Speedway isn't exactly a curse.
IndyCar CEO Mark Miles says the series expects to race at the Iowa Speedway in 2014 and is hopeful the sides can soon agree on a multi-year contract.
For the most part, IndyCar drivers enjoy racing at Iowa Speedway.
The IndyCar Series reiterated its support for the Iowa Speedway following comments from driver Graham Rahal that insinuated the series won't return in 2014.
IndyCar points leader Helio Castroneves won the final qualifying heat race on Saturday to claim the pole for Sunday's race at Iowa Speedway.
IndyCar Series leader Helio Castroneves' pole-winning news conference lasted barely a minute and ranked among the more sheepish in recent history.
Last season, Ryan Hunter-Reay strung together back-to-back wins at Milwaukee and Iowa during a stretch that was crucial in clinching his first IndyCar Series title.
It has been a topsy-turvy season for Ed Carpenter.