Interview: Alexander Rossi on the 24 Hours of Daytona, IndyCar Racing, and Learning to Fly

Photo credit: IndyCar Despite being a full-time IndyCar driver with Andretti Autosport, Alexander Rossi doesn’t confine himself to open-wheel single seaters. Over the years he’s tried touring cars at Australia’s Bathurst 1000 and off-road trucks at the grueling Baja 1000, but he’s experimented the most in endurance racing. Rossi returns to the prestigious Rolex 24 … Continue reading Interview: Alexander Rossi on the 24 Hours of Daytona, IndyCar Racing, and Learning to Fly

Interview: Josef Newgarden Reflects on 2020 Season, Talks Cars, and More

Josef Newgarden’s career was almost over before it even got started in 2010. After succeeding in Skip Barber Racing School’s series, Newgarden relocated to England and impressed in British Formula Ford, placing second with nine wins in 25 races.  He caught the attention of a new investor who would fund a move to British Formula … Continue reading Interview: Josef Newgarden Reflects on 2020 Season, Talks Cars, and More

Interview: Felix Rosenqvist on his first IndyCar win

Felix Rosenqvist immediately challenged for victory after joining IndyCar with Chip Ganassi Racing in 2019. He led during his first race in St. Petersburg, nearly beat Scott Dixon, his teammate and a five-time champion, at Mid-Ohio, and swiped second in Portland.  But that first IndyCar triumph eluded the Swedish driver until three weeks ago at … Continue reading Interview: Felix Rosenqvist on his first IndyCar win

Interview: Sam Bird on And We Go Green

Formula E is growing rapidly—the past two seasons saw BMW, Nissan, DS, Mercedes, and Porsche join with factory teams and the electric single-seater series is certified by the FIA as a World Championship for the 2020-2021 season. Formula E’s environmental focus has attracted automakers, and racing on the streets of metropolises, where air pollution is … Continue reading Interview: Sam Bird on And We Go Green

Interview: James Hinchcliffe discusses his plans for 2020

James Hinchcliffe is no stranger to battling adversity and emerging stronger and more resilient than before. In 2015, during a practice  session for the Indianapolis 500, a suspension failure sent his IndyCar rocketing into the wall at 224 mph, leaving him impaled on a suspension piece which had penetrated the carbon fiber tub. The part … Continue reading Interview: James Hinchcliffe discusses his plans for 2020