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  • Going into Grand Prix of Long Beach, Tony Kanaan is where he belongs

    Going into Grand Prix of Long Beach, Tony Kanaan is where he belongs
    No matter where he starts Sunday's race, veteran IndyCar driver Tony Kanaan believes he is sitting pretty.
  • Bourdais ends drought with Toronto IndyCar win

    Bourdais ends drought with Toronto IndyCar win
    TORONTO -- Finally, Sebastien Bourdais is a winner again in IndyCar after taking Race 1 of the Honda Indy Toronto event on Sunday. Bourdais' last win came Nov. 11, 2007, in a Champ Car race in Mexico City. The career win was his 32nd, breaking a tie...

    Grand Prix of Baltimore course 'so bumpy' during Friday's practice sessions

    Grand Prix of Baltimore course 'so bumpy' during Friday's practice sessions
    Among hairpin turns, chicanes -- artificial obstacles on straight stretches -- and occasional light-rail tracks, the 2.02-mile road course in downtown Baltimore took its expected share of verbal jabs Friday. “Baltimore is so bumpy,” racer...

    Indy 500 winner Tony Kanaan to join Chip Ganassi's team in 2014

    Veteran IndyCar driver Tony Kanaan, winner of this year's Indianapolis 500, next year will join one of the sport's strongest teams, Chip Ganassi Racing. Ganassi announced that it signed the 38-year-old Brazilian to a multi-year deal to become the team's...

    Grand Prix of Baltimore track gets re-worked after cars go airborne

    Grand Prix of Baltimore track gets re-worked after cars go airborne
    IndyCar officials listened to drivers' complaints about the chicane, man-made turns that slowed cars on Pratt Street before the light-rail tracks, in last year's race. So they left it out when setting up the track for this year's Grand Prix of Baltimore....