Honda wants IndyCar to allow for aero-kit changes

Producer hoping to invoke rule adjust for its kit

In accordance to FOXSports.com, outgoing IndyCar president of competitors and race operations Derrick Walker confirmed that Honda Functionality Development has utilized for feasible adjustments to the aero kits it utilizes.

Below IndyCar Rule 9.3, the series can let for changes. The rule reads: “In the event that an aero kit is not aggressive to such extent that it would be detrimental to the Verizon IndyCar Series, IndyCar may possibly allow in its sole discretion accredited suppliers to apply modifications to their respective aero kits.”

Brembo to stay with IndyCar for 2016

Company will carry on to be exclusive brake supplier for series

Brembo North America will continue to be the exclusive brake element supplier for the Verizon IndyCar Series for the 2016 season.

The agreement was announced on Thursday.

Video Race vehicles hauled away as Walt Disney Planet Speedway closes for good

It really is a sad week for race fans at the “Happiest Area on Earth.” As previously reported, Walt Disney Planet has elected to shut down the Walt Disney Globe Speedway, a racing venue that hosted an IndyCar race among 1996 and 2000. In this video from “Inside the Magic,” many of the stock vehicles employed at the Richard Petty Driving Knowledge (which also called the track residence) are currently being hauled away.

Growing Star Racing gives younger IndyCar hopefuls a economic increase

Indianapolis businessman Art Wilmes aids educate drivers to win on and off the track

Automobile racing altered forever the day the initial driver approached a group proprietor and presented to pay out to drive a race car. Some drivers are capable to ride their talent to advance in the sport, but a bulk need to bring a checkbook to offset racing’s high costs.

Mikhail Aleshin to return to IndyCar for Sonoma

Russian driver tweets he’ll be back

Mikhail Aleshin is coming back to IndyCar, at least for 1 race.
Right after finishing 16th in the IndyCar standings in his rookie campaign in 2014, Aleshin, 27, bowed out of his trip with Schmidt Peterson Motorsports.

It was reported that the crumbling Russian economy hampered Aleshin’s ability to come up with the financing required for an IndyCar trip.

Catching up with Graham Rahal and Justin Wilson soon after IndyCar race at Mid-Ohio

Rahal’s win over Wilson sets the table for wild finish to IndyCar season

Graham Rahal won at Mid-Ohio on Sunday to turn the Verizon IndyCar Series championship race upside down. The Rahal Letterman Lanigan driver trails Team Penske’s Juan Pablo Montoya by just nine points with two races remaining it the season — Aug. 23 at Pocono and a double-points race Aug. 30 at Sonoma.