|Qualifying for race 2 in Detroit rained out, Montoya awarded pole
Poor weather conditions forced IndyCar Series officials to cancel qualifying for Sunday's second race in the weekend doubleheader at Detroit's Belle Isle Park.
|Power claims pole for race 1 in Detroit with new track record
Defending IndyCar Series champion Will Power won the pole position for the first race in the Chevrolet Dual in Detroit weekend doubleheader after setting a new track qualifying record on the Belle Isle Park street circuit.
|Weekend doubleheader for IndyCar Series in Detroit
Indianapolis 500 winner Juan Pablo Montoya arrived in Detroit on Thursday after his media tour in New York City on Tuesday and then Wednesday's appearance in Fort Worth, Texas, where the series will race on June 6 at Texas Motor Speedway.
|The Inside Line: Montoya in full swing with Indy 500 win
After winning the Indianapolis 500 for the second time in his career on Sunday, Juan Pablo Montoya is aiming for his first championship in the IndyCar Series.
|Dale Coyne Racing crewman injured in pit-road accident in Indy 500
Dale Coyne Racing pit crew member Daniel Jang, part of Tristan Vautier's No. 18 crew, suffered a broken right ankle when he was hit by James Davison's car during a round of pit stops just past the halfway point in Sunday's Indianapolis 500.
|Karam, Daly out early in the Indy 500
Sunday's 99th running of the Indianapolis 500 began with a wreck involving Sage Karam, Takuma Sato and Ryan Briscoe on the opening lap, putting Karam out of the race.
|Carlos Huertas ruled out of Indy 500 due to ear problem
IndyCar Series driver Carlos Huertas has been ruled out of Sunday's 99th running of the Indianapolis 500 due to an inner ear problem.
|Who will be in Winner's Circle for this year's Indy 500?
Five drivers competing in this year's Indy 500 have won this race in the past -- Helio Castroneves, Scott Dixon, Ryan Hunter-Reay, Tony Kanaan and Juan Pablo Montoya. Castroneves is the only one of those five that has won it multiple times. His third and most recent victory in the Indy 500 happened in 2009.
|Report: Briscoe to replace Hinchcliffe in Indy 500
Ryan Briscoe is expected to replace injured driver James Hinchcliffe in Sunday's Indianapolis 500, according to multiple reports on Wednesday.
|The Inside Line: Accidents at Indy raise safety concerns
The Indianapolis 500 has long been one of the biggest auto racing events in the world, but this year's race is being surrounded by safety concerns following several major crashes that have happened during practice.