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IRL: Underdog Carpenter is unlucky in Kentucky
Ryan Briscoe broke the hearts of fans of the underdog everywhere by pipping Ed Carpenter to the narrowest of victories in the Meijer Indy 300 at the Kentucky Speedway.
IRL: Narrow escape for TK as Power surges to victory
Australia’s Will Power, supposedly the understudy at Team Penske, took centre-stage in the Indycar Series by winning a gruelling Rexall Edmonton Indy that had plenty of drama – but very little overtaking.
IRL: Team Penske sets the standard in Edmonton qualifying
Part-time IndyCar driver Will Power took his second pole position of the season by leading a Team Penske 1-2-3 during qualifying for the Rexall Edmonton Indy, beating his full-time team-mates Ryan Briscoe and Helio Castroneves to the top spot.
IRL: Franchitti takes third win of season in Toronto
Dario Franchitti rode his luck, a fast car and some controversial decisions by race control to take victory in Toronto and regain the lead of the IndyCar Series championship.
IRL: Franchitti, Wilson and Conway battle for Toronto pole
Dario Franchitti took pole for the Honda Indy in Toronto as his championship rivals all failed to make the cut to join the shoot-out that decided the top six qualifiers.Tagged as: Dan Wheldon, Dario Franchitti, IndyCar Series, Justin Wilson, Mike Conway
IRL: Justin Wilson wins for Dale Coyne at Watkins Glen
Justin Wilson held off the big names of Ganassi Racing and Team Penske to score a dominant victory at Watkins Glen, handing team boss Dale Coyne his first triumph in 25 years of top flight racing.
IRL: Dixon wins “awful, awful” Richmond race
The slow-burning controversy about the quality of racing in this year’s IndyCar Series flared into life after the SunTrust Indy Challenge turned into such a procession that the drivers felt compelled to apologise to fans afterwards.Tagged as: Dan Wheldon, Dario Franchitti, Justin Wilson, Mike Conway, Scott Dixon, videos
IRL: Franchitti’s charge continues with Richmond pole
Dario Franchitti tightened his grip on the short oval part of the IndyCar season by taking pole for the SunTrust Indy Challenge in Richmond, ahead of his team-mate and his two closest rivals.
IRL: ‘Timing is everything’ says victorious Franchitti
Dario Franchitti seized control of an engrossing Iowa Corn Indy 250 with 50 laps to go and closed out a win that leaves him just three points off the series lead.
IRL: Castroneves steals Texas win from team-mate
For the second race in a row Team Penske’s Ryan Briscoe dominated his rivals, only to see a late caution wipe out his lead and allow a rival to snatch victory from under his nose.