One race down, 16 to go. So what do we know about the 2017 Verizon IndyCar Series season?
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The four manufacturers in the Verizon IndyCar Series will be on board for years to come
Chevrolet, Honda, Dallara and Firestone announced jointly Friday that they have agreed to multiyear contract extensions to remain in the series. The Dallara and Firestone extensions were announced in January. Coupling in those from Chevrolet and Honda today ensures a continuation of the core base of INDYCAR’s four primary suppliers.
It’s official: Mikhail Aleshin is returning to drive for Schmidt Peterson Motorsports in the 2017 Verizon IndyCar Series season
Aleshin’s return to the team had been speculated since the conclusion of the 2016 season, but was not confirmed until today. The announcement was made in Aleshin’s native Russia that the 29-year-old from Moscow will drive the No. 7 Honda with sponsorship once again from SMP Racing, the Russian motorsports program.
“This has been another fantastic year in my career and it’s truly an honor to accept the NIASHF Athlete of the Year award” – Alexander Rossi
Alexander Rossi will be honored with the prestigious 2016 Athlete of the Year award to add to his accolades following a sensational debut Verizon IndyCar Series season with Andretti Autosport and Honda.
Petit Le Mans presented by Harrah’s Cherokee Casino Resort
Honda and Mazda led Thursday’s opening IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship practice sessions at Road Atlanta, preparing for Saturday’s season-ending Petit Le Mans presented by Harrah’s Cherokee Casino Resort (FOX Sports GO, FS1, Live, 11 a.m. ET).
The announcement follows an extended dialogue with Chevrolet, Honda, our teams and stakeholders
INDYCAR announced it has placed a freeze on aero kit development for manufacturers Chevrolet and Honda that will take effect immediately in preparation for the 2017 Verizon IndyCar Series season. Manufacturers will run their current aero kit specifications next season as INDYCAR prepares to introduce a universal aero kit for the start of the 2018 season.
José María López is the provisional FIA World Touring Car champion for 2016 subject to official FIA confirmation
Norbert Michelisz headed a Honda 1-2-3 on home soil as José María López became provisional FIA World Touring Car champion* for 2016 following two action-packed races at Twin Ring Motegi, venue of WTCC JVCKENWOOD Race of Japan, this afternoon.
Watch Valentino Rossi overtake Maverick Viñales from the 360 Gyroscopic OnBoard Camera
Since the introduction of an innovative tail camera on Valentino Rossi’s Honda back in 2003, Dorna Sports has made significant strides in developing custom OnBoard cameras to offer a unique view of MotoGP™ action.