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2020 Point Standings
After Road America 2
Rank Driver Points

Pos Driver Pts
1 Dixon, Scott 173
2 Herta, Colton 119
3 Pagenaud, Simon 110
4 O'Ward, Pato 110
5 Newgarden, Josef 106
6 Ericsson, Marcus 93
7 Power, Will 92
8 Rosenqvist, Felix 88
9 Rahal, Graham 88
10 Ferrucci, Santino 87
11 Hunter-Reay, Ryan 81
12 Palou, Alex (R) 79
13 Veach, Zach 78
14 VeeKay, Rinus (R) 71
15 Kimball, Charlie 70
16 Sato, Takuma 69
17 Daly, Conor 67
18 Rossi, Alexander 66
19 Askew, Oliver (R) 51
20 Harvey, Jack 49
21 Andretti, Marco 43
22 Chilton, Max 42
23 Hinchcliffe, James 31
24 Carpenter, Ed 30
25 Kellett, Dalton (R) 29
26 Kanaan, Tony 20
27 Karam, Sage 7
28 Pigot, Spencer 7

Rookie of Year Standings
1 Palou, Alex (R) 79
2 VeeKay, Rinus (R) 71
3 Askew, Oliver (R) 51
4 Kellett, Dalton (R) 29

Manufacturer Standings
Honda 362
Chevy 270

Latest IndyCar News and Commentary

Q&A with IndyCar veteran Tony Kanaan
  Ahead of twin Iowa 250s
2013 Indianapolis 500 champion Tony Kanaan had a special sponsor announcement to make today as well as answering questions from the media.  Kanaan and AJ Foyt Racing announced today that Bryant Heating & Cooling will be the primary sponsor of the No. 14 Chevrolet to be driven by 2013 Indianapolis 500 champion Tony Kanaan in this weekend’s pair of Iowa 250s at Iowa Speedway. Bryant Heating & Cooling has enjoyed a long relationship with Kanaan: signing on in 2007 when he was driving for Andretti Green Racing. Bryant has been a major associate marketing partner of AJ Foyt Racing since Kanaan was signed to drive in 2018.
IndyCar Road America postscript
  by Brian Carroccio
I think any discussion of the 2020 NTT INDYCAR Series to this point has to begin and end with Scott Dixon. The five-time champion, who will turn 40 later this month, won Saturday’s Rev Group Grand Prix at Road America – his third consecutive win to open the 2020 season.  He is – aside from a disappointing 13th-place effort Sunday - arguably driving as well as ever. His win Saturday marked his 49th career win, three short of Mario Andretti for second-place on the all-time list. 
Chris Pook & the History of the Long Beach GP
  by Gordon Kirby
“Chris Pook & the History of the Long Beach GP,” written by veteran racing journalist and author Gordon Kirby, is the quintessential chronicle of one man’s passion to create America’s most enduring and successful auto racing street circuit. The 320-page book, published by Racemaker Press, with more than 180 photos and illustrations, retails for $80 plus shipping and handling and is available at The book tells the story of the life of Englishman Chris Pook and the history of the Long Beach Grand Prix, which debuted in September of 1975 through the streets of that California city, and injected new life into the urban surroundings.
Rosenqvist outduels O'Ward for first IndyCar win
  2nd half of Road America doubleheader
Both young drivers were going for their first IndyCar win and it was Felix Rosenqvist who ran down Pato O'ward and passed him with 1.5 laps to go to win the 2nd half of the Road America doubleheader in a hard fought battle. O'Ward led most of the race but in the end O'Ward did not have the tires left to hold off the Ganassi Honda. Alexander Rossi finally got a podium finish but he had nothing for Rosenqvist and O'Ward and had to settle for a distant third.
IndyCar Road America Race 2 post-race press conference
  Top-3 drivers
1st - Felix Rosenqvist, Chip Ganassi Racing
2nd - Pato O'Ward, Arrow McLaren SP
3rd - Alexander Rossi, Andretti Autosport
O'Ward wins pole for IndyCar Race 2 at Road America
  Herta to start alongside
Arrow-McLaren Chevy Mexican ace Pato O'Ward won his first IndyCar pole at Road American Sunday morning and will lead the field to the green for the 2nd half of the IndyCar doubleheader in Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin. Colton Herta topped the Group 2 qualifying but his time was slower than O'Wards and will start on the outside of the front row. Rookie Alex Palou, proved that his third-place finish was no fluke on Saturday and was just 0.0221s away from winning the pole in his Dale Coyne Honda.
IndyCar Road America 1 - Post Race Press Conference
  Top-3 drivers
1st - Scott Dixon - Chip Ganassi Racing
2nd - Will Power - Team Penske
3rd - Alex Palou - Dale Coyne Racing with Team Goh
Scott Dixon holds off Will Power for 3rd straight win
  Race 1 of Road America doubleheader
You don't give Scott Dixon the lead on a pitstop and expect to win. Dixon's crew gave him the lead on the final pitstop and then he held off Will Power on two restarts to win race 1 of the IndyCar doubleheader at the 4-mile Road America circuit.  It was the third straight win of 2020 by Dixon to win on a beautiful sunny day in Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin. Dixon is the only driver to win so far this year.
Newgarden wins pole for 1st Road America IndyCar race
  Penske Chevy Team wins another IndyCar pole
Josef Newgarden turned the fastest lap in the stacked Group 2 qualifying group to win pole position for Saturday's 1st IndyCar race of a doubleheader weekend at Road America to be run today. Newgarden's lap of 1m45.519s was 2/10ths of a sec faster than Jack Harvey who topped Group 1 and will start outside the front row. Ryan Hunter-Reay had the 2nd fastest overall lap in his Andretti Honda but will start third behind Newgarden. Graham Rahal will start 4th with Will Power rounding out the top-5.
Preview IndyCar Rev Group Grand Prix at Road America
  Doubleheader Weekend
Alexander Rossi left his IndyCar Series colleagues in the Road America dust last summer, leading a record 54 of 55 laps in the REV Group Grand Prix presented by AMR. Rossi wrestled the lead on Turn 1 from pole-sitter Colton Herta and never looked back. It was the best result in four IndyCar appearances at the track for California native.  In 9 races since he hasn't led a lap.
Pre-race IndyCar Press Conference - Road America
  Rev Group Grand Prix
Press Conference
Colton Herta - Andretti Harding Steinbrenner Autosport
Rinus VeeKay - Ed Carpenter Racing
INDYCAR Drivers Hail Facility Upgrades
  Clean New Look to IMS
Indianapolis 500 drivers expected high quality from Roger Penske’s transformation of Indianapolis Motor Speedway, yet they were still surprised and impressed by its appearance when the facility upgrades were on display during the Fourth of July convergence of INDYCAR/NASCAR racing events. From the beautification through landscaping to a reimagined Georgetown Road to the 250 new racing flags raised along the property, it had a striking look. Clearly, it made a good first impression.
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