7 Jun 2008: IRL: Dixon takes pole in Texas
Qualifying at the Texas Motor Speedway mirrored the big picture of the season so far: Scott Dixon came out on top, and only Helio Castroneves was close to challenging him.
Dan Wheldon has been cleared as fit to run in qualifying for the Bombardier Learjet 550k despite a high-speed crash that left him briefly pinned in his overturned car.
5 Jun 2008: IRL: Close finishes in Texas (video)
The Indy Racing League hits the Texas Motor Speedway on Sunday for the Bombardier Learjet 550, as the season ramps up the action with races almost every weekend between now and early September.
3 Jun 2008: F1: Rumour mill sends Coulthard to Renault
David Coulthard could see out the rest of the F1 season partnering Fernando Alonso at Renault before retiring, according to a strange and rather silly rumour doing the rounds.
1 Jun 2008: IRL: Briscoe bounces back in Milwaukee
Under-fire Aussie Ryan Briscoe silenced his critics with a hard-fought victory over Indy500 champion Scott Dixon at a traffic-strewn Milwaukee Mile.
31 May 2008: IRL: Wilson aims for one better at Milwaukee
The definition of ‘rookie’ is a pretty flexible one in the Indy Racing League this year – just ask Justin Wilson, who is classed as one even though his last visit to the Milwuakee Mile saw him lead 61 laps on his way to second place in Champ Cars’ 2006 Time Warner Cable Road Runner 225.
31 May 2008: IRL: Roth breaks promise to bring back Howard
Jay Howard, the IRL rookie who was controversially dropped by his team for the Indianapolis 500, will not be returning to the track any time soon.
30 May 2008: IRL: “We’re all as feisty as Danica”, says Manning
A quick interview with IndyCar driver Darren Manning is available on a local US news channel as part of the build-up to this weekend’s race at the Milwaukee Mile.
Darren Manning’s career-best ninth place in the Indianapolis 500 was achieved despite a slow puncture and a borrowed nose cone, according to team owner AJ Foyt.
28 May 2008: F1: the innocence of James Allen
Ha! We were worried that the BBC had trashed its sporting quote of the week column as we couldn’t find it on the site.