Subscribe & Save!
Subscribe now and save 50% off the cover price of the Indianapolis Monthly magazine.
×

Sports

Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck stands at a podium announcing his retirement.
Read More

Luck Said No To The NFL—Why Can’t We?

We’re all susceptible to getting swept up in the mob mentality of fandom to some degree.

Historic black and white photo of a man throwing a football from the stands to begin an NFL game.
Read More

Backtrack: The Colts’ First-Ever Home Game

Out of the gate.

Cars race around the dirt track at Indianapolis Motor Speedway
Read More

Racing Diehards Share Tips To Enjoying The Dirt Track At IMS

Gonna catch us ridin’ dirty.

Read More

Faces Of IMS Snake Pit

A photoessay of Snake Pit attendees.

Read More

Gallery: 2019 Indy 500 Red Carpet

Read More

Pippa Mann’s Journey Back To Indy

“It means a huge amount to me to be able to have the opportunity to run in this race.”

Read More

Gallery: Carb Day At IMS

Carb Day ahead of the 103rd running of the Indianapolis 500.

Read More

An Interview With Jenna Ricker And Janet Guthrie

“The woman I thought was going to be the first to win an Indycar race was Sarah Fisher.”

Read More

Gallery: Indianapolis 500 Qualifying And Practice

Images from Indianapolis Motor Speedway during qualifications and practice leading up to the 103rd running of the Indianapolis 500.

Read More

You Just Won The Indy 500, Now What?

What to expect when you’ve just won the Indianapolis 500.

Read More

The Yellow Shirts Of Indianapolis Motor Speedway

The call to wear the Yellow Shirt is a story as historic as the track itself.

Read More

Gallery: Indianapolis 500 Practice

Scenes from the first two days of practice for the 103rd running of the Indianapolis 500.

Read More

Ask Me Anything: George Steinbrenner IV, IndyCar Team Owner

A pit stop with George Steinbrenner IV, the youngest team owner in IndyCar history.

Read More

Gallery: 500 Fashion Party

Book cover of an all-black basketball team.
Read More

Why The Crispus Attucks Legend Lives On

“They made a Civil Rights statement by excelling at something that all Hoosiers valued, which is excellence in basketball.”

X
X