|Carpenter surprise pole winner for Indianapolis 500
Ed Carpenter will start on the pole position for the first time in the Indianapolis 500 after pulling off a stunning victory in Saturday's time trials at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
|Hunter-Reay wins pole in Brazil, Power qualifies 22nd
Ryan Hunter-Reay will start on the pole for Sunday's IndyCar Series race in Brazil after setting a new track qualifying record on the Sao Paulo street circuit.
|Can Power make it four wins in a row in Brazil?
When the series first raced on the 2.536-mile, 11-turn Sao Paulo street circuit in 2010, Power survived a spectacular opening-lap crash and then endured heavy rain before making a winning pass on Ryan Hunter-Reay in the closing minutes for the win. The race was scheduled for 75 laps, but IndyCar officials placed a two-hour limit on the event due to numerous cautions for accidents and a brief halt for a thunderstorm.
|Franchitti claims pole for Long Beach
Dario Franchitti finally has something to cheer about this season.
|Hunter-Reay takes winning momentum to Long Beach
With podium finishes in the first two races this year -- second at St. Pete and third at Barber -- Helio Castroneves holds a nine-point lead over Scott Dixon, who has a pair of top-five finishes. At this point of the season last year, Castroneves held a two-point advantage over Dixon.
|Hunter-Reay tops Power for Barber pole
Defending IndyCar Series champion Ryan Hunter-Reay will start on the pole for the Honda Indy Grand Prix of Alabama after beating Will Power in Saturday's qualifying session at Barber Motorsports Park.
|Allmendinger looking forward to IndyCar debut at Barber
After a three-year career in the Champ Car World Series, Allmendinger switched to NASCAR in 2007. He drove for team owner Roger Penske in the Sprint Cup Series last year but lost his ride with the team after the first 17 races of the season when he was suspended for violating NASCAR's substance abuse policy. He is running a limited Sprint Cup schedule for Phoenix Racing this year.
|Power wins fourth pole in a row at St. Pete
Will Power claimed his fourth consecutive pole position on the streets of St. Petersburg by winning Saturday's qualifying session for the IndyCar Series season-opener.
|St. Pete kicks off new season for IndyCar
Hunter-Reay began the 2012 season with a third-place finish at St. Pete. It wasn't until midway through the 15-race calendar that he became a perennial threat for the championship. The Andretti Autosport driver moved into the title mix when he won three races in a row -- Milwaukee, Iowa and Toronto.
|The Inside Line: IndyCar ready to roll into 2013 season
After a lengthy six-month break, the 2013 IZOD IndyCar Series season gets underway this weekend in St. Petersburg, Fla.