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2019 Point Standings
After Laguna Seca
Rank Driver Points

1 Newgarden, Josef 641
2 Pagenaud, Simon 616
3 Rossi, Alexander 608
4 Dixon, Scott 578
5 Power, Will 550
6 Rosenqvist, Felix (R) 425
7 Herta, Colton (R) 420
8 Hunter-Reay, Ryan 420
9 Sato, Takuma 415
10 Rahal, Graham 389
11 Bourdais, Sebastien 387
12 Hinchcliffe, James 370
13 Ferrucci, Santino (R) 351
14 Pigot, Spencer 335
15 Kanaan, Tony 304
16 Andretti, Marco 303
17 Ericsson, Marcus (R) 290
18 Veach, Zach 271
19 Leist, Matheus 261
20 Jones, Ed 217
21 Harvey, Jack 186
22 Chilton, Max 184
23 Carpenter, Ed 161
24 Daly, Conor 149
25 Kimball, Charlie 117
26 O'Ward, Patricio (R) 115
27 Karam, Sage 39
28 Davison, James 36
29 Castroneves, Helio 33
30 Hanley, Ben (R) 31
31 Mann, Pippa 28
32 Kaiser, Kyle (R) 22
33 Hildebrand, JR 20
34 Servia, Oriol 16
35 Enerson, RC (R) 13
36 King, Jordan (R) 12

Rookie of Year Standings
1 Rosenqvist, Felix 425
2 Herta, Colton 420
3 Ferrucci, Santino 351
4 Ericsson, Marcus 290
5 O'Ward, Patricio 115
6 Hanley, Ben 31
7 Kaiser, Kyle 22
8 RC Enerson 13
9 King, Jordan 12

Manufacturer Standings
1. Honda 1436
2. Chevy 1387

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Tony George, Chairman of Hulman & Company
Mark Miles, President and CEO of Hulman & Company
Roger Penske, Chairman of Penske Corporation
Hulman & Company sells IndyCar to Roger Penske
  Including Indy 500, the Speedway and IMS Productions
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  With new drivers
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Ric Peterson, Co-owner, Arrow McLaren SP
Gil de Ferran, Sporting director, McLaren
Oliver Askew, Driver Arrow McLaren SP
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  IndyCar PR
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IndyCar drivers test Aeroscreen at Richmond
  Scott Dixon and Josef Newgarden
Josef Newgarden, Team Penske
Scott Dixon, Chip Ganassi Racing
Dennis Bickmeier, President, Richmond Raceway
IndyCar drivers have good 1st impression of Aeroscreen
  Q&A session held at IMS between test runs
Jay Frye, President, INDYCAR
Andy Damerum, Red Bull Advanced Technologies
Scott Dixon, Chip Ganassi Racing
Will Power, Team Penske
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  Will Power and Scott Dixon at IMS
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