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Third at Texas
Rahal finished third in the XPEL 375 Sunday evening at Texas Motor Speedway.
Second in the XPEL 375
Newgarden finished second in the XPEL 375 Sunday evening at Texas Motor Speedway.
Wins First-Career Victory
Third at Fort Worth
O'Ward finished third in the Genesys 300 NTT IndyCar Series race at Texas Motor Speedway Saturday night.
Runner-up Finish at Texas
McLaughlin finished second in the Genesys 300 NTT IndyCar Series race at Texas Motor Speedway Saturday night.
Wins the Genesys 300
Awarded Texas Pole
Palou will start on the pole for the Genesys 300 Saturday night at Texas Motor Speedway, as the starting grid was set by championship entrant points after weather delays earlier today forced the cancellation of NTT P1 Award qualifying, IndyCar.com reports.
Wins Firestone GP of St. Pete
Claims St. Pete Pole
Sweeps both St. Pete Practices
Paces GP of St. Pete Practice
Wins GP of Alabama
Wins GP of Alabama Pole
O'Ward took another big step toward a breakthrough inaugural victory in the NTT IndyCar Series, outdueling many of the circuit's major names and teams to capture the Honda Grand Prix of Alabama pole position Saturday at Barber Motorsports Park, NBC Sports reports.
Leads Day 2 Indy 500 Test
Leads Day 1 Indy Testing
Daly was fastest in day 1 of testing at Indianapolis Motor Speedway Thursday. He turned a fast lap of 222.714 mph.
Indy 500 with Rahal Letterman Lanigan
Returns to IndyCar
Returning to Ed Carpenter Racing
Full-Time with AJ Foyt
No Plans for Busch Clash
Juan Pablo Montoya
Indy 500 Start in 2021
Moving to No. 26 Andretti Autosport
Interested in NASCAR
Ferrucci could possibly add another racing discipline to his resume in 2021. Coming off his first season as a team leader in the NTT IndyCar Series where he placed 13th in the championship for Dale Coyne Racing, Ferrucci confirmed to RACER that he is investigating options to compete in NASCAR next year.
Split IndyCar Ride with Jimmie Johnson
Chip Ganassi Racing announced an agreement with Indianapolis 500 Winner Kanaan to a multi-year deal to pilot the No. 48 Honda entry for the four ovals on the calendar, complementing the 13 road and street course events being contested by seven-time NASCAR Cup Series Champion Jimmie Johnson, NBC Sports reports.