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After Road America 1
Rank Driver Points

Pos Driver Pts
1 Dixon, Scott 155
2 Pagenaud, Simon 93
3 Herta, Colton 88
4 Newgarden, Josef 84
5 Rahal, Graham 81
6 Hunter-Reay, Ryan 73
7 Power, Will 72
8 O'Ward, Pato 66
9 Veach, Zach 64
10 Ericsson, Marcus 61
11 Ferrucci, Santino 59
12 VeeKay, Rinus (R) 55
13 Daly, Conor 55
14 Palou, Alex (R) 53
15 Kimball, Charlie 50
16 Sato, Takuma 45
17 Askew, Oliver (R) 42
18 Rosenqvist, Felix 37
19 Harvey, Jack 36
20 Andretti, Marco 32
21 Hinchcliffe, James 31
22 Rossi, Alexander 31
23 Carpenter, Ed 30
24 Chilton, Max 27
25 Kanaan, Tony 20
26 Kellett, Dalton (R) 19

Rookie of Year Standings
1 VeeKay, Rinus (R) 55
2 Palou, Alex (R) 53
3 Askew, Oliver (R) 42
4 Kellett, Dalton (R) 19

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Honda 272
Chevy 207

State of the Union of IndyCar with Mark Miles

At IndyCar Spring Training
Tuesday, February 12, 2019

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Mark Miles
Mark Miles

The buzz word for many during Monday’s INDYCAR Media Day at the Fairmont hotel was “better.”

Everyone always expects stronger finishes, but most evident was an enthusiasm about being part of a series that’s moving in a positive direction with a new title sponsor and NBC Sports TV deal.

IndyCar boss Mark Miles gave his views on the State of IndyCar and what the future holds.

AutoRacing1.com captured this Q&A session with Miles at IndyCar's 2019 Spring Training Media event in Austin Texas.

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