Mike Conway
Jul 20

IndyCar: Conway Wins Second Race Of Toronto Doubleheader

Mike Conway drives during Race 2 of the Toronto IndyCar doubleheader. (Photo: LAT Photographic)

Mike Conway drives during Race 2 of the Toronto IndyCar doubleheader. (Photo: LAT Photographic)

IndyCar ran two races in Toronto on Sunday, where rain wreaked havoc on both the schedule and driver strategy.

The series had planned to run one race Saturday and one on Sunday until rain washed out the first event. It instead began Sunday morning, roughly five hours before the start of the second race, and won by Sebastien Bourdais. He broke a 52-race losing streak dating to 2007 in claiming a dominating win on the dry street course at Exhibition Place.

But the rain returned for the second race, and IndyCar officials moved the start up 10 minutes in an attempt to run as much as possible in dry conditions. The sky eventually did open, the track became slick and drivers darted to pit road for rain tires.

Jul 2

Formula E: Driver influx continues as Donington test nears

A racing car is pictured on a stand at the Global Launch of the all-electric FIA Formula E Championship in London on June 30, 2014. AFP PHOTO/JUSTIN TALLIS        (Photo credit should read JUSTIN TALLIS/AFP/Getty Images)

A Spark-Renault SRT-01E is displayed during the Global Launch of the all-electric FIA Formula E Championship in London on June 30, 2014. (Photo: Justin Tallis/Getty Images)

IndyCar star Mike Conway and former Formula 1 test driver Antonio Felix da Costa have became the latest additions to the Formula E field as the series closes in on its first official test.

All 20 cars will be allowed onto Donington Park this weekend, in a test session that will offer free grandstand admission and live timing and scoring.

Apr 13

IndyCar: Conway Wins Wild Race At Long Beach

Mike Conway celebrates after winning the IndyCar race at Long Beach. (Photo: Lesley Ann Miller)

Mike Conway celebrates after winning the IndyCar race at Long Beach. (Photo: Lesley Ann Miller)

Tempers flared all around the streets of Long Beach, where drivers declared friendships over after a surprisingly physical race.

Simon Pagenaud refused to accept a post-race apology from Will Power, and Justin Wilson was furious with Scott Dixon. James Hinchcliffe tried to be diplomatic but failed to hide his displeasure with teammate Ryan Hunter-Reay.

The one team smiling at the end of Sunday’s race? Ed Carpenter Racing, which got an unexpected victory from Mike Conway.

Apr 3

Conway looking up despite disappointment at St. Pete

Mike Conway was running in third before the caution at the Grand Prix of St. Petersburg. (Photo: Brian Cleary/LAT Photographic)

Mike Conway was running in third before the first caution at the Grand Prix of St. Petersburg. (Photo: Brian Cleary/LAT Photographic)

Under caution on Lap 77 during the Verizon IndyCar Series season-opener at St. Petersburg, a flurry of cars flocked down pit road to get their pit service complete. Staying out on track, however, was Mike Conway, who had missed the radio communication to come in.

Despite this miscommunication and ensuing penalty for pitting on Lap 78 after passing the pace car, the team believes there were many positives to take away from the race.

Mar 18

Video: IndyCar drivers discuss final testing

794 laps were turned during the opening day of testing at Barber Motorsports Park on Monday with Penske drivers Power, Montoya and Castroneves topping the board, reports IndyCar.com

However, as Scott Dixon, James Hinchcliffe, Mike Conway, Tony Kanaan and Graham Rahal discuss in this video, there are still a lot of questions to be answered before the season opener at St. Petersburg next weekend.