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NASCAR driver Michael McDowell hits safety truck

Michael McDowell ran into the back of a safety vehicle while Saturday’s race was under caution. It wasn't to the level of Juan Pablo Montoya running into a jet dryer and igniting an inferno, but Michael McDowell struck a safety truck...Show More Summary

Justin Wilson’s auto to Be Driven at IndyCar Season Finale

Basically on a long run, it definitely degrades a lot. “I knew Justin really well from when he was in Europe”. Among those who could take home the trophy is Rahal-Letterman Lanigan’s Graham Rahal, who now trails Juan Pablo Montoya by just 34 points as the series heads to Sonoma. However, one more championship contender

Tony Kanaan: Backstop To Scott Dixon's Improbable 2015 Verizon IndyCar Crown

Lost in all of the media attention following Scott Dixon’s remarkable Verizon IndyCar championship crown last week, is teammate Tony Kanaan. If Kanaan had not finished fourth at the series finale race in Sonoma, Juan Pablo Montoya would have taken the 2015 championship. Dixon, no doubt, is grateful. Kanaan is no [...]

Open Wheel Wednesday: Juan Pablo Montoya’s Sour Grapes

As the laps clicked off on the IndyCar season finale from Sonoma last Sunday, I watched, wondering if anyone had a shot at using the double points available to upset Juan Pablo Montoya, who had led the standings all year. In the beginning,...Show More Summary

Scott Dixon wins IndyCar finale, grabs season title

Scott Dixon captured his fourth IndyCar championship Sunday by winning the season finale to snatch the title from Juan Pablo Montoya. Australians contributed to him missing out on the season crown. “Our strategy was to do two runs on used reds, and we didn’t think anyone would put blacks on”, Power said. This rocky IndyCar

Dixon Edges Out Montoya To Take Fourth IndyCar Championship

Persistence paid off for racer Scott Dixon over the weekend. The New Zealander, who won the coveted Borg-Warner Trophy at the 2008 Indianapolis 500, edged out Juan Pablo Montoya to earn his fourth IndyCar season championship Sunday at Sonoma Raceway. He previously took the IndyCar championship in 2003, 2008 and 2013. In the race, he finished in...

Pace Laps: Heartbreaking Losses & Replacement Drivers

IndyCar: Montoya Critical of Himself, INDYCAR Following Championship Loss – 1.179 seconds. That’s all that separated Juan Pablo Montoya from a Verizon IndyCar Series championship. Montoya, who led the points from the season-opening Firestone Grand Prix of St. Show More Summary

Peerless Dixon beats Montoya to IndyCar crown

For the fourth time in his storied career, Scott Dixon has won the Verizon IndyCar Series championship, bettering Juan Pablo

Scott Dixon wins IndyCar title by winning at Sonoma

Scott Dixon was a bit surprised while in victory lane after Sunday's IndyCar Series finale. Dixon entered the race third in the IndyCar Series points standings and needed some misfortune from both Juan Pablo Montoya, the points leader...Show More Summary

Ryan Hunter-Reay Leads 1-2 American Finish at Pocono

INDYCAR PRESSD RELEASE LONG POND, Pa. (Aug. 23, 2015) – Ryan Hunter-Reay led a 1-2 American finish ahead of Josef Newgarden in the ABC Supply 500 at Pocono Raceway, and Juan Pablo Montoya’s third-place finish extended his championship points lead heading into the Verizon IndyCar Series season finale Aug. 30. There were 12 different drivers [...]

Watch Juan Pablo Montoya Speed Through This Five-Wide Pass Like A Madman

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Here’s some wonderful five-wide action from IndyCar’s trip to Pocono Raceway. Five-wide. Read more...

Jet dryer driver in Juan Pablo Montoya 2012 Daytona 500 crash dies

The man who was driving the jet dryer that Juan Pablo Montoya crashed into at the 2012 Daytona 500 has died. Duane Barnes was 55. He died Tuesday and had worked for Michigan International Speedway for 27 years. "Our condolences are with Duane's family and friends," Michigan International Speedway president Roger Curtis said in a statement. Show More Summary

Video of the Day: Montoya on career

Juan Pablo Montoya reflects on his motor racing career to date at the FIA Sport Conference in Mexico.

Montoya admits Le Mans temptation

IndyCar championship leader Juan Pablo Montoya has admitted that he is now more open to the idea of racing at the Le Mans 24…

The 10 Best Road-Course Drivers in NASCAR

Marcos Ambrose is back in Australia. Juan Pablo Montoya has made his triumphant return to the IndyCar Series. With those two road-course aces now out of NASCAR, who is the best road warrior left behind? The answer might surprise you. There...Show More Summary

Austria memories: Schumacher vs Montoya

Relive the battle between Michael Schumacher and Juan Pablo Montoya at the 2001 Austrian Grand Prix, which ended in drama. David…

Helio Castroneves Debriefs Belle Isle Incident, Excited for Texas

Sunday was far from a banner day for Team Penske in the Verizon IndyCar Series. Championship leader Juan Pablo Montoya and Simon Pagenaud ran out of fuel in the closing minutes of the second Dual in Detroit while Will Power and Hélio Castroneves were both involved in the same crash with four laps to go....

Juan Pablo Montoya Picks Up Two Top Tens On The Weekend

Juan Pablo Montoya didn’t quite have as great a weekend as he did last weekend, but it is incredibly hard to top an Indianapolis 500 win as reported on earlier at The Inquisitr. This weekend at the Dual in Detroit Montoya collected a tenth place finish on Saturday and then another tenth on Sunday. Show More Summary

Juan Pablo Montoya Given Detroit Pole After Qualifying Washout

Juan Pablo Montoya and Team Penske teammate Will Power will start on the front row for Race 2 of the Chevrolet Dual in Detroit based on entrant points after rain prematurely ended qualifying on Sunday morning. IndyCar called off the qualifying session due to “deteriorating racetrack conditions” when a persistent rain continued throughout the session....

Juan Pablo Montoya Wins Indy 500

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Juan Pablo Montoya came all the way back from 30th place to win the Indy 500.

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