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2017 Point Standings
After Texas
Rank Driver Points

1 Scott Dixon 326
2 Simon Pagenaud 313
3 Takuma Sato 312
4 Helio Castroneves 305
5 Will Power 286
6 Graham Rahal 283
7 Josef Newgarden 277
8 Tony Kanaan 264
9 Alexander Rossi 254
10 James Hinchcliffe 232
11 Max Chilton 229
12 Ed Jones 228
13 Marco Andretti 210
14 Ryan Hunter-Reay 194
15 Mikhail Aleshin 192
16 JR Hildebrand 191
17 Carlos Munoz 180
18 Charlie Kimball 143
19 Conor Daly 140
20 Sebastien Bourdais 136
21 Ed Carpenter 124
22 Spencer Pigot 124
23 Juan Pablo Montoya 93
25 Gabby Chaves 83
26 Oriol Servia 61
27 Fernando Alonso 47
28 Sebastian Saavedra 33
30 Pippa Mann 32
31 Esteban Gutierrez 27
32 Jay Howard 24
33 Zach Veach 23
34 Sage Karam 23
37 James Davison 21
38 Jack Harvey 17
39 Tristan Vautier 15
42 Buddy Lazier 14

Rookie of Year Standings
1. Ed Jones 228
2. Fernando Alonso 47
3. Zach Veach 23
4. Jack Harvey 17
5. Esteban Gutierrez 11
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Wickens gets a shot at IndyCar
  Q&A from Road America

Robert Wickens will be driving today for Schmidt Peterson Motorsports in the No. 7 car, as Russian Mikhail Aleshin works to get back racing here in the Verizon IndyCar Series after encountering visa problems returning to the USA from the 24 Hours of LeMans. It's not going to be his first time in an Indy car. He has some experience in this vehicle, swapping rides with your friend James Hinchcliffe earlier this season. Robert Wickens spoke with the media on Friday morning before Kohler GP practice.

IndyCar Kohler GP preview
  From Road America

WILL POWER (2016 KOHLER Grand Prix winner): "I'm really looking forward to racing at Road America after the race at Texas. It was a crazy race but the No. 12 Verizon Chevrolet team worked hard together to pull off a win. I'm confident that the momentum we've built off of that win can definitely be a huge benefit for us as we head to Elkhart Lake and get into the championship hunt. It's a fun, energetic

IndyCar Texas Post-Race Press Conference
  Top-3 drivers
Drivers

1st - Will Power (Chevy)
2nd - Tony Kanaan (Honda)
3rd - Simon Pagenaud (Chevy)
Power wins crashfest in Texas
  Texas race crash damage far exceeds race purse

Pack racing returned to the Verizon IndyCar Series Saturday night at Texas Motor Speedway, where Will Power survived a massive battle of attrition to win the Rainguard Water Sealers 600. Power, of Team Penske, won under caution following a yellow flag on Lap 243 of the schedule 248 for a four-car wreck initiated by reigning Indianapolis 500 champion Takuma Sato.

IndyCar Post-Qualifying Press Conference
  Top Qualifiers at Texas

Drivers
1st - Charlie kimball - Ganassi Racing
2nd - Scott Dixon - Ganassi Racing
5th - Tristan Vautier - Dale Coyne Racing

Kimball wins pole in Texas
  Rain Guard 600 at Texas Motor Speedway

Charlie Kimball drove to the first pole position in his Verizon IndyCar Series career, winning the Verizon P1 Award in record fashion for the Rainguard Water Sealers 600 at Texas Motor Speedway. Kimball, set to make his 109th career start, set one- and two-lap INDYCAR qualifying records to earn the first starting position for the 248-lap race on Saturday. Driving the No. 83 Tresiba Honda, Kimball’s two-lap time of 46.5861 seconds (222.556 mph) broke the standard by more than a second held by Will Power since 2013 (47.7960) on the 1.5-mile oval that was repaved and reconfigured in the offseason. 

IndyCar Detroit GP Postscript
  by Brian Carroccio
We've seen impressive drives before from Graham Rahal. One that comes to mind for me actually is not one of the 4 wins he recorded prior to this weekend, but a heat race at Iowa in 2013. I was standing in turn 1 on that muggy late-spring Iowa evening as young Rahal started the race 7th and immediately began picking off cars in front of him. The 50-lap heat ran caution free and ran a mere 15 minutes. However, by lap 46, Rahal had moved around Ed Carpenter for the lead and would go on to win the heat.
IndyCar Texas Preview
  Rainguard Water Sealers 600

The Rainguard Water Sealers 600 will be the 29th Indy car event conducted at Texas Motor Speedway since the track opened in 1997. TMS hosted two races a year from 1998-2004 and featured a doubleheader event in 2011. The defending champion is Graham Rahal (No. 15 Honda). Will Power has won the pole for three of the past four Texas Motor Speedway races.

Dallara selected to provide IndyCar new 2018 bodykits
  Of course

INDYCAR announced today that longtime partner Dallara Automobili will manufacture the universal bodywork kit that will fit the current Dallara IR-12 chassis for the 2018 Verizon IndyCar Series season. The universal kit to be used by all teams next season was a collaboration between INDYCAR and Dallara with the style design support of Chris Beatty, a concept design and 3D animation consultant based in the United Kingdom. The goal was to make the car resemble past Indy car favorites with a sleek, bold look while incorporating the latest technological and safety advancements.

Detroit GP Race 2 post-race press conference
  Top-3 Drivers

Drivers:
1st - Graham Rahal (Honda)
2nd - Josef Newgarden (Chevy)
3rd - Will Power (Chevy)

Rahal dominates Detroit GP Race 2 for sweep
  by Tim Wohlford

In a race that ran caution free for most of the race, a late red flag for 2 blown engines provided fans with a 2-lap dash for cash. But the results were the same as if the race would've ended in caution -- Graham Rahal dominated the second round of the 2017 Detroit Grand Prix. However, unlike yesterday, Penske showed their road course strength as Josef Newgarden and Will Power finished second and third respectively, and Simon Pagenaud in fifth. Indy 500 winner Takuma Sato finished 4th. Esteban Gutierrez finished 14th.

Detroit GP Race 2 Qualifying Press Conference
  Andretti teammates Sato and Hunter-Reay to start up front
Drivers

Takuma Sato - Pole (Honda)
Ryan Hunter-Reay - Outside Pole (Honda)
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