2023 is the start of a new era for what we used to call the Road to Indy. Following the rebrand of the lower steps on the ladder towards the NTT IndyCar Series, Indy Lights now also gets a new name. Continue reading Road to Indy rebrand complete: Goodbye Indy Lights, welcome INDY NXT
F1 Feeder Series takes a look at the recent news that ‘Road to Indy’ will no longer be. Continue reading News analysis: who killed the Road to Indy?
F1 Feeder Series brings you the lowdown on what the Indy Lights grid will look like in 2023. Continue reading Indy Lights Silly Season update: who goes where in 2023?
The 2023 Road to Indy season promises to be a fresh start for Juncos Hollinger Racing and TJ Speed Motorsports, as both teams take on new challenges. Continue reading Exclusive: Juncos returns to Indy Lights in 2023
By making its unique scholarship package less attractive, Indy Lights seems to have scored an own goal that may have consequences for the future growth of the series Continue reading Analysis: Indy Lights growth under threat following scholarship reduction
F1 Feeder Series takes a look at the title contenders for this weekend’s USF2000 finale Continue reading USF2000 season finale preview: will Myles Rowe win the title?
In this exclusive USF Juniors season preview, F1 Feeder Series tells you what to expect! Continue reading Your season guide to the 2022 USF Juniors Championship
F1 Feeder Series had the opportunity to ask the team bosses of Prema and Trident about their thoughts on this system Continue reading Scholarship solution for broken feeder series ladder? Prema and Trident bosses answer
F1 Feeder Series gets you up to speed ahead of the Indy Pro 2000 season kick-off in Florida this weekend Continue reading Your expert guide to the 2022 Indy Pro 2000 driver lineup
F1 Feeder Series has everything you need to know ahead of this weekend’s season opener in St Petersburg Continue reading Your expert guide to the 2022 USF2000 driver lineup
One of the best kept secrets on the Road to Indy, 22-year-old Hunter McElrea finally gets his big break going into 2022. Three years ago, he missed winning the USF2000 championship by only five points, after which he graduated to Indy Pro 2000 with Pabst Racing. It’s been a tough run at times, as McElrea and Pabst adjusted to a series new to team and … Continue reading Whatsapping with Hunter McElrea: ‘I know I have the car to win every weekend’
With thirteen cars on the Indy Lights entry list for this weekend’s Chris Griffis Memorial open test, we get a first glimpse of what the grid for 2022 could look like. Here’s your run-through ahead of this weekend’s testing action, which also includes Indy Pro 2000 and USF2000 By Jeroen Demmendaal Plenty of changes are coming for Indy Lights powerhouse teams HMD Motorsports and Andretti … Continue reading Road to Indy test preview: Nannini and Foster sizing up a move to the US
Earlier this week F1 Feeder Series already spoke exclusively with David Malukas, and now we’ve had a one-to-one with the other championship contender in Indy Lights: Andretti Autosport’s force of nature Kyle Kirkwood. The Floridian spoke about his dominance in Laguna Seca, his confidence going into the season finale at Mid-Ohio and his plans for 2022. By Jeroen Demmendaal Yes, he did enjoy attending the … Continue reading Exclusive: Kirkwood aims for Indy Lights title and Greg Moore record at Mid-Ohio
It’s affordable, a true entry-level series for teenage speed devils and run by the same people that are responsible for the highly successful Road to Indy – meet USF Juniors! F1 Feeder Series had an exclusive first look at the newest open-wheel feeder series in the United States. By Jeroen Demmendaal For those of us actively following the feeder series below Formula 1 and IndyCar, … Continue reading Meet USF Juniors, the newest entry-level feeder series in the United States
Penske Entertainment, owner of the NTT IndyCar Series, has decided to regain full control and operational management of Indy Lights, the final stage of the Road to Indy ladder below the NTT IndyCar Series. By Jeroen Demmendaal The move will take effect after the 2021 season and is expected to see Penske Entertainment use its considerable commercial and media fire power to further amplify the … Continue reading Penske and IndyCar regain full control of Indy Lights after 2021 season
The Indy Lights title battle tightened considerably at the Gateway oval in Illinois this weekend, as Chicago’s David Malukas swept the weekend for HMD Motorsports and took over the standings lead from his main rival and fellow American, Andretti Autosport driver Kyle Kirkwood. Meanwhile, Linus Lundqvist of Sweden had a character-building weekend that included a high-speed crash in Race 1 and lost ground in the … Continue reading Indy Lights title battle tightens at Gateway amid mysterious tire issues
Andretti recovers in Indy Lights from a slow start at Barber, a tight four-way battle for the title in Indy Pro 2000 and Christian Brooks takes the lead in USF2000! By Jeroen Demmendaal Indy Lights The opening weekend at Barber was always going to be an outlier in this year’s Indy Lights season. The HMD Motorsports/Global Racing Group had spent a lot of time testing … Continue reading Road to Indy round-up: St Petersburg
Just a warning up front: in preparing for this Indy Lights season preview, I partly revisited the text I wrote last year ahead of the 2020 Indy Lights season. After all, while the 2020 season eventually got cancelled because of the pandemic, many of the names that were scheduled to compete then are back on the roster now. And since several of those drivers basically … Continue reading Indy Lights season preview – Get ready for a title battle royale