Indy Cars on track

INDIANAPOLIS (Thursday, August 1, 2019) - INDYCAR, in partnership with Chevrolet and Honda, will implement a single-source hybrid system in its race cars for the 2022 NTT IndyCar Series season that will provide key enhancements ranging from competition to safety. 

In keeping with INDYCAR's history of integrating innovation into the sport, the hybrid powertrain will mark the first time that the vehicles will depart from the traditional, manual hand-held electric starters to a hybrid component that can be activated by the driver from the cockpit.

Santino Ferrucci in the pits at Texas

We've officially reached the halfway point in the IndyCar season and after four races in three weekends, the series finally has some time off. We look back some of the stories making news on this week’s #TrackTalk

Driver cockpit protection rendering

INDIANAPOLIS (Friday, May 24, 2019) - INDYCAR has formed a partnership with Red Bull Advanced Technologies to design an Aeroscreen for enhanced driver cockpit protection that will be implemented for the outset of the 2020 NTT IndyCar Series season, the two organizations announced in a joint news conference at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.