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IZOD Indycar Series Headlines

Double Duty for Kurt Busch in October?
Kurt Busch says there's a "good possibility" he'll run in the Izod IndyCar season finale in October to prepare for next year's Indianapolis 500.

Kurt Busch Completes Indy Test
Kurt Busch suggested he isn’t ready to race in the Indianapolis 500 after his test Thursday with Andretti Autosport, but he showed he’s not too far off.

Foyt Team Confirms Sato for 2013
Takuma Sato will drive the Honda-powered No. 14 ABC Supply-sponsored car for the 19-race IZOD IndyCar Series season.

Indy 500 Veteran Walther Dies at 65
Charismatic Indianapolis 500 veteran David "Salt" Walther, died Dec. 27 in Northwood, Ohio. He was 65.

Firestone to Remain with IndyCar
Bridgestone Americas Tire Operations and INDYCAR announced today that Bridgestone Americas' Firestone brand will remain the sole tire supplier to the IZOD IndyCar Series through the 2018 race season.

Rookies Audition at Sebring
Tristan Vautier and Conor Daly each had the opportunity to test an IZOD IndyCar Series car this past week at Sebring International Raceway.

INDYCAR Releases Lotus from Contract
INDYCAR announced Friday that it has released Lotus from its contract to supply engines to the IZOD IndyCar Series.

Hunter-Reay Celebrates Championship
Eleven weeks after winning his first IZOD IndyCar Series championship, Ryan Hunter-Reay got his chance to celebrate.

Graham Rahal Joins Father's Team
Graham Rahal - a second-generation racer - will drive for the team co-owned by his father Bob, David Letterman and Mike Lanigan during the 2013 season.

Opinion: Indy Car Off Track - Again
Without the stupidity of the NHL experiencing its third work stoppage in a decade, American open-wheel racing would be the worst professional sports league in the country.

Bernard Steps Down as CEO of INDYCAR
The board of directors of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Corporation convened a special meeting Sunday, Oct. 28 and has announced that Randy Bernard will relinquish his position as CEO of INDYCAR effective immediately.

George Resigns From Indy Board
The board of directors of Hulman & Company accepted the resignation of Anton H. "Tony" George from the board Friday, Oct. 19. The resignation is effective immediately.

INDYCAR Announces Testing Regulations
INDYCAR announced today that testing for IZOD IndyCar Series manufacturers and teams will be reduced from 2012 rules. Limits affect all manufacturer and team off-season, preseason and in-season private testing through the 2013 season finale at Auto Club Speedway.

Opinion: Indy 500 Only for IndyCar Racing
Pete Pistone says that the troubled Indy Car world should scale back and concentrate on only running the biggest race in auto racing – the Indianapolis 500.

IndyCar 2013 Schedule Unveiled
Nineteen races over 16 event weekends highlight the 2013 IZOD IndyCar Series schedule announced Sunday night. The expanded schedule includes the return of Indy car racing to Pocono Raceway and the streets of Houston.

INDYCAR Won't Return to Edmonton in 2013
INDYCAR, the sanctioning body for the IZOD IndyCar Series and Firestone Indy Lights, announced Friday it will not return to Edmonton in 2013.

Hunter-Reay Enjoys Champion's Day in NY
Less than a week after winning the IZOD IndyCar Series championship, Ryan Hunter-Reay was standing on top of the world again. Only this time it was the Empire State Building's observation deck.

Hunter-Reay Fought to the Finish
The dramatic 500-mile season finale in the IZOD IndyCar Series was a microcosm of Ryan Hunter-Reay's 2012 season: nothing risked, nothing gained.

Hunter-Reay Claims IndyCar Crown
A fourth-place finish in Saturday's season-ending race at Auto Club Speedway was enough to give Ryan Hunter-Reay the championship of the 2012 IZOD IndyCar Series.

Auto Club Pole to Andretti
Marco Andretti has claimed the pole position for Saturday's season-ending MAVTV 500 IndyCar World Championships at Auto Club Speedway.

IndyCar Title Down to the Wire
The IZOD IndyCar championship will be decided between Will Power and Ryan Hunter-Reay in Sunday’s Auto Club Speedway 500.

Title Contenders Get Track Time in Fontana
Eight drivers, including IZOD IndyCar Series championship contenders Ryan Hunter-Reay and Will Power, tested the new chassis-engine package Thursday on the 2-mile Auto Club Speedway oval in advance of the MAVTV 500 INDYCAR World Championships at Auto Club Speedway.

Big Baltimore Win for Hunter-Reay
Ryan Hunter-Reay kept his IZOD IndyCar Series title hopes alive when he took the checkered flag in the Grand Prix of Baltimore.

Power Claims Baltimore Bonus Point
For the fifth time this season, Will Power has put his No. 12 Verizon Team Penske Chevrolet on the pole of an IZOD IndyCar Series race. With a lap of 94.184 mph around the 2.04-miles, 13-turn temporary street course on the Streets of Baltimore, Power grabbed his second consecutive Grand Prix of Baltimore pole position.

Power Leads Shortened Practice
Defending race winner and IZOD IndyCar Series championship points leader Will Power led shortened opening day of practice for the Grand Prix of Baltimore.