Will Power and Helio Castroneves are heading to Fontana to decide who will be the 2014 IndyCar Champion.
Will Power led the field to the green flag, Scott Dixon took the checkered flag, and a lot happened in between.
Scott Dixon has won for the 35th time in his IndyCar career.
Belardi Auto Racing takes the crown in tight battle that ends in a tie.
Will Power's closest title rival encountered issues quickly at Sonoma.
Sonoma Raceway says "Racing will continue as planned".
Memo Gidley's recovery is going fairly well.
Power secured his third win of 2014 earlier today.
Two single-car operations are joining forces in IndyCar.
Tough competition in Milwaukee this weekend.
Scott Dixon and James Hinchcliffe have prior experience in Indy Lights.
Tristan Vautier turned in 85 reliable laps, the quickest of which eclipsed the prior weekend’s Indy Lights pole time by more than a half second.
The full aero kits will debut at the Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg on March 27-29, 2015.
Starworks return to DP competition will see Canadian IndyCar ace James Hinchcliffe behind the wheel.
The Army National Guard is pulling their sponsorship from motorsports.
Former Indy Lights champion Tristan Vautier does the shakedown.