PRUETT: The IndyCar summer break Silly Season update

Sweet Baby Jesus, the IndyCar silly season has gone wild since our first update. In the weeks following that post just prior to the July 4 Mid-Ohio race, a better picture of how the 2022 field might look has emerged. But even after dozens of phone calls, there’s still too

RLL emerging as likely destination for Harvey

Where will Jack Harvey race after he completes the season with the Meyer Shank Racing NTT IndyCar Series team? Based on a number of inbound and outbound calls since his upcoming departure from MSR was announced, the majority of insiders suggest the 28-year-old from England will join Rahal Letterman Lanigan

Shank weighing his options for Harvey replacement

Meyer Shank Racing co-owners Michael Shank and Jim Meyer had every intention of re-signing Jack Harvey to a multi-year contract, but that plan changed when Harvey informed MSR he will be stepping away at the end of the season to pursue a new opportunity at another team. As a trio,

Changes coming for Vasser Sullivan and DCR

Dale Coyne, Jimmy Vasser, and James “Sulli” Sullivan expect to head into their sixth season of collaboration in 2022 with the No. 18 Honda NTT IndyCar Series entry. And if the long-held plans for Vasser and Sullivan come to fruition by the end of next season, the duo have

Castroneves in, Harvey out at Meyer Shank in 2022

Helio Castroneves will join Meyer Shank Racing as a full-time NTT IndyCar Series driver in 2022, while Jack Harvey will leave the team at the end of the current season. RACER understands MSR and Harvey were set to sign an extension, but an abrupt change in direction for the Briton

Four-time Indy 500 winners welcome new member to the club at IMS

A.J. Foyt, Al Unser and Rick Mears — the first three drivers to win the Indianapolis 500 four times — have been photographed together many times over the years, including a famous session for the cover of the event’s official program in 2013. But with each passing year, it seemed

Ferrucci set for RLL return at Nashville

Santino Ferrucci will return to the No. 45 Rahal Letterman Lanigan Honda for the inaugural Big Machine Music City Grand Prix on the streets of Nashville Aug. 8. The 23-year-old Connecticut native has earned top 10 finishes in all four appearances as the third entry for RLL, which is continuing

The Week In IndyCar with Firestone’s Cara Adams

Today’s edition of the guest show features Cara Adams, Firestone’s director of race tire engineering and manufacturing, using listener-driven comments and questions covering a variety of topics submitted by fans via Twitter, Facebook, and Reddit. Of the many items explored, Adams shares insights on the rise of women in technical