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2018 Point Standings
After Texas
Rank Driver Points

RANK DRIVER TOTAL
1 Scott Dixon 357
2 Alexander Rossi 334
3 Will Power 321
4 Ryan Hunter-Reay 308
5 Josef Newgarden 289
6 Graham Rahal 250
7 Robert Wickens 244
8 Simon Pagenaud 229
9 Sebastien Bourdais 218
10 Marco Andretti 213
11 James Hinchcliffe 209
12 Ed Jones 183
13 Takuma Sato 169
14 Tony Kanaan 157
15 Zach Veach 147
16 Spencer Pigot 147
17 Charlie Kimball 139
18 Gabby Chaves 138
19 Matheus Leist 133
20 Ed Carpenter 128
21 Max Chilton 121
22 Zachary De Melo 85
23 Jordan King 70
24 Carlos Munoz 53
25 Jack Harvey 53
26 Kyle Kaiser 45
27 Helio Castroneves 40
28 Rene Binder 39
29 JR Hildebrand 38
30 Stefan Wilson 31
31 Oriol Servia 27
32 Santino Ferrucci 18
33 Conor Daly 18
34 Danica Patrick 13
35 Jay Howard 12
36 Sage Karam 10
37 James Davison 10
38 Pietro Fittipaldi 7

Rookie of Year Standings
1. Robert Wickens 244
2. Zach Veach 147
3. Matheus Leist 133
4. Zachary De Melo 85
5. Jordan King 70
6. Jack Harvey 53
7. Kyle Kaiser 45
8. Rene Binder 39
9. Ferrucci, Santino 18
10. Pietro Fittipaldi 7

Manufacturer Standings
1. Honda 667
2. Chevy 564

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IndyCar Toronto GP postscript
  by Brian Carroccio
Demoralized. That’s how I’d feel, if I were Josef Newgarden, Alexander Rossi, Ryan Hunter-Reay, Will Power, or any other Verizon IndyCar championship aspirant, after taking inventory following this weekend’s Honda Indy Toronto. Because once again, Scott Dixon, had a somewhat slow start to the IndyCar season. Once again, Dixon has not been what you would call dominant. But once again, Dixon has made a charge during the middle of the season to bring himself into title contention. 
Honda GP of Toronto Post-Race Press Conference
  IndyCar 4 finishers
Drivers
1st - Scott Dixon (Honda)
2nd - Simon Pagenaud Chevy)
3rd - Robert Wickens (Honda)
4th - James Hinchcliffe (Honda)
14th - Zachary de Melo (Canadian Rookie)
Dixon wins Honda Toronto GP
  Beats Pagenaud and Wickens
IndyCar points leader Scott Dixon (Ganassi Honda) stayed out of trouble when his main competition didn't and drove to a comfortable win in the Honda Toronto GP over Simon Pagenaud (Penske Chevy) and local favorite Robert Wickens (SPM Honda). The win widens his point lead to 62 over Josef Newgarden who hit the wall and fell back to a 9th place finish. James Hinchcliffe and Charlie Kimball rounded out the top-5.
Honda GP of Toronto post-qualifying press conference
  Top-6 Drivers
Drivers
1st - Josef Newgarden
2nd - Scott Dixon
3rd - Simon Pagenaud
4th - Will Power
5th - Alexander Rossi
6th - Ryan Hunter-Reay
Newgarden wins pole for Toronto Honda GP
  IndyCar on the streets
Sporadic light rain showers and the resulting ever-changing track conditions threw constant challenges at Verizon IndyCar Series teams and drivers today in qualifying for Sunday’s Honda Indy Toronto. Penske Chevy driver Josef Newgarden took pole position by being the last driver to cross the line on a drying track with a lap of 59.496s. That was enough to take pole from Scott Dixon who was on a really fast lap but a wet section caught him out, the backend stepped out and he ended up 2nd.
Honda Toronto Indy Friday Press Conference
  Fastest two drivers on Friday
Drivers:
1st - Scott Dixon (Honda)
2nd - Takuma Sato (Honda)
IndyCar Toronto Preview
  Streets of Toronto's Exhibition Place this weekend
The IndyCars have been racing on the streets of Toronto, Canada for 33 years. 2018 will be #34. Michael Andretti has the most wins at the track with seven as a driver and he aims to see one of his Andretti Autosport drivers in victory lane on Sunday. Out to stop them is Team Penske with their special shock package no one else has. Penske driver Josef Newgarden won the race in 2017. Who do you pick to win in 2018?
IndyCar Iowa Corn 300 Postscript
  by Brian Carroccio
Let’s face it: entering this weekend’s Iowa Corn 300 it had been a miserable season for James Hinchcliffe. This miserable season of course had been highlighted by Hinchcliffe’s failure to qualify for the Indianapolis 500, and the arguably embarrassing fashion in which it occurred. The qualifying failure was from a certain standpoint just one of the blights on the 2018 resume for the self-proclaimed of Mayor of his own Cybertown.
IndyCar Iowa Corn 300 post-race press conference
  Top-3 Finishers
Drivers:
1 - James Hinchcliffe - Honda
2 - Spencer Pigot - Chevy
3 - Takuma Sato - Honda
Hinchcliffe outduels Newgarden to win in Iowa
  Iowa Corn 300 IndyCar race
Josef Newgarden led the most laps of the race (229) but with 45 laps to go James Hinchcliffe's SPM Honda passed Newgarden's Penske Chevy and pulled away to win the Iowa Corn 300 IndyCar race. Spencer Pigot and Takuma Sato finished 2nd and 3rd but that is because Newgarden gambled on a late caution and pitted for new tires but that was the wrong call. Newgarden came home 4th and Robert Wickens rounded out the top-5.
IndyCar Iowa Corn 300 post-qualifying press conference
  Penske Drivers Only
Drivers
1 - Will Power (Penske Chevy)
2 - Josef Newgarden (Penske Chevy)
Penske cars to start 1-2 for Iowa Corn 300
  Will Power on pole
Will Power turned a 2-lap average of 182.391mph to win the pole for Sunday's Iowa Corn 300 IndyCar race. Penske Chevy cars will start 1-2 after Power's teammate Josef Newgarden turned a 2-lap average of 181.160mph. The king of Iowa, Ryan Hunter-Reay will start third in his Andretti DHL Honda and was the only other driver to average over 180mph. Simon Pagenaud in the Menards Penske Chevy will start third and Alexander Rossi's Napa Andretti Honda rounds out the top-5.
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