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- On March 21, 2018, NBC Sports announced that it would become the sole United States television rights holder under a new three-year contract, replacing the previous split between ABC and NBC Sports’ cable network NBCSN (whose involvement in the series dated back to its tenure as Versus, prior to Comcast’s acquisition of NBC). Eight races per-season will air on NBC, including the Indianapolis 500 (ending a run of 54 consecutive editions aired by ABC), and supplemental digital content will be offered through NBC Sports’ subscription product NBC Sports Gold. As with the previous arrangement, the remaining races will air on NBCSN.
- On November 5, 2018, IndyCar announced the formation of INDYCAR Media as an in-house arm to manage and distribute its international television rights starting with the 2019 season, replacing ESPN International. The entity plans to secure deals for TV distribution with over two dozen licensees to broadcast to over one hundred countries.
- On November 27, 2018, IndyCar announced that Speedway LLC had signed a multi-year sponsorship agreement to be the official fuel provider of IndyCar beginning in 2019, replacing Sunoco.
- All entrants will use 2018-specification engines through the 2020 season as the series concentrates on developing the new 2021 engines.
- On December 17, 2018, it was announced that Jay Frye had been promoted to President of INDYCAR by series owner Hulman & Company.
- On January 15, 2019, IndyCar announced NTT as the new series title sponsor on a multi-year deal, along with becoming the official technology partner of the series and Indianapolis 500. Verizon Communications had previously ended its title sponsorship of the series after the 2018 season.
- On February 6, 2019 it was announced that Firestone Tire and Rubber Company had signed an extension to remain as the series’ sole tire supplier through the 2025 season.
|1||March 10||Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg|
|2||March 24||IndyCar Classic|
|3||April 7||Honda Indy Grand Prix of Alabama Presented by AmFirst|
|4||April 14||Acura Grand Prix of Long Beach|
|5||May 11||IndyCar Grand Prix|
|6||May 26||103rd Running of the Indianapolis 500 Presented by Gainbridge|
|7||June 1||Chevrolet Detroit Grand Prix Presented by Lear Corporation|
|9||June 8||DXC Technology 600|
|10||June 23||REV Group Grand Prix at Road America|
|11||July 14||Honda Indy Toronto|
|12||July 20||Iowa 300|
|13||July 28||Honda Indy 200 at Mid-Ohio|
|14||August 18||ABC Supply 500|
|15||August 24||Bommarito Automotive Group 500 Presented by Axalta and Valvoline|
|16||September 1||Grand Prix of Portland|
|17||September 22||Firestone Grand Prix of Monterey|