Hinchcliffe highlights Canadian Motorsports Hall of Fame’s Class of 2023
James Hinchcliffe, a six-time winner on the IndyCar circuit, headlines the Canadian Motorsports Hall of Fame’s Class of 2023.
Robert Wickens was determined from the very first days after his life-changing 2018 IndyCar accident not to let it define — or end — his racing career. Wickens nearly won his IndyCar debut, scored four podiums, and was sixth in the championship race when he sailed into the fence at Pocono Raceway with three races remaining in the season.
The CEO of McLaren Racing doesn't know for sure that Alex Palou won't show up — he's yet to hear from the Spaniard, who informed McLaren through attorneys last month that he would not be honoring his 2024 contract with the team in IndyCar or F1.
Juri Vips, a 23-year-old from Estonia, will make his IndyCar debut this Sunday at Portland International Raceway and finish the season in the No. 30 Honda for RLL. Vips has been out of racing since June 2022 for using a racial slur while playing an online racing game with live viewers.
The long contractual saga surrounding IndyCar championship leader Alex Palou took another wild twist Friday when the head of McLaren Racing told his team the Spaniard has “no intention of honoring his contract” with the team next year.
Christian Lundgaard started on the pole and took advantage of the car troubles of IndyCar standings leader Alex Palou to hang on to victory Sunday. His first win on North America's top open-wheel auto racing circuit also brought to an end a pact with his best friend to keep his moustache until he climbed atop an IndyCar podium.
Open-wheel racing returns to the streets of Toronto on Sunday as the Honda Indy takes over the Lake Shore. You can catch the 2023 Toronto Honda Indy LIVE on Sunday, July 16 with coverage starting at 1:30 p.m. ET/10:30 a.m. PT on TSN3/4, streaming on the TSN App and on TSN.ca.
The New Zealander often jokes that as the only IndyCar race in a Commonwealth country, the Honda Indy Toronto is essentially his backyard. He's also won four times on the street course around Exhibition Place, including a dominant performance in 2022, for the second-most victories in the race's history.
Alex Palou executed perfect strategy with a fast car to beat Chip Ganassi Racing teammate Scott Dixon by a wide margin, giving him four wins in his last five races and a massive lead in points as he chases a second title in three seasons.
Colton Herta of Andretti Autosport earned the pole position for Sunday’s IndyCar Series race at Road America by posting a fastest lap of 1 minute, 40.1945 seconds on this 14-turn, 4.048-mile road course. That’s four seconds faster than the time Alexander Rossi ran to earn the pole for last year’s event.