Belle Isle Grand Prix

Will Power Wins Pole, Sets Track Record At Belle IsleThe defending IndyCar champion set a track qualifying record at the Detroit street course, part of a dominant showing Friday by Team Penske.
'Michigan Matters' Focus: High Powered CEO Panels Shares Thoughts On Motor City, CareersIt was a fast paced discussion about Detroit, the Grand Prix, careers and the role of women in business as three female CEOs took time out to appear on "Michigan Matters" to talk about it.
Five Reasons To Visit Detroit In 2015Mark your calendars. From auto racing and design to innovators in tech and music, Detroit is playing host to a variety of awesome events in 2015.
Team Chevy Racer Appeals To Detroit Drivers To Stop MultitaskingA race car driver surely has some insight into how local drivers stack up to other cities. Listen to Townsend Bell's comical observation of a Detroit taxi driver.
IndyCar's 'Swiss Miss' Gets Sick On Roller CoastersNew IndyCar star Simona De Silvestra, "The Swiss Miss", shares her opinion on Detroit.
Will Power Talks Track Impressions, Grand Prix PranksTeam Chevy driver Will Power has a good sense of humor. Even putting up with some off-the-track pranks.
Denker Highlights What's New For Belle Isle Grand PrixDuring a ride-along event for the Belle Isle Grand Prix, race Chairman Bud Denker assured fans that the track is race ready.
Local Artist To Perform At Belle Isle Grand PrixDetroit R&B singer Dwele is set to perform on May 31st at the first day of the Detroit Belle Isle Grand Prix.
Tickets For 2013 Detroit Belle Isle Grand Prix On Sale NowIf you're ready for some racing, tickets for the 2013 Chevrolet Detroit Belle Isle Grand Prix go on sale Tuesday.
Detroit Grand Prix Thrills Fans, Shreds TrackSpectators may have felt let down toward Sunday evening at the Grand Prix, but let's hope the big picture will be kind to the future of racing in Detroit.
Roger Penske Eager To Bring BCS Title Game To Detroit The Belle Isle Grand Prix had its share of problems Sunday, but at least prior to the race, no one was happier than Detroit-area businessman Roger Penske.