Chevrolet kicked off the 2015 season with wins in two of the first three races on the schedule: Juan Pablo Montoya (St. Petersburg) and Scott Dixon (Long Beach).
Long Beach got away from the debris debacles of St. Pete, the weather woes of NOLA, but the on-track really didn't meet expectations.
A Ganassi 1-2 in the opening Long Beach practice on Friday was followed by a Penske 1-2-3 in the following session.
The inaugural Indy Grand Prix of Louisiana, run in changing track conditions after heavy morning rains, ended after 47 laps due to the 1-hour, 45-minute time limit.
James Hinchcliffe survived the carnage and had just enough fuel to make it to the line Sunday.
JPM spun during the small portion of qualifying that was completed, but he has no complaints now.
The track may be different, but the results are the same ... Chevrolet is fast.
Penske teammates went head-to-head in Southern Florida.
Graham Rahal topped the charts.
Will Power kicks off 2015 where he left off in 2014 ... On top.
Team Penske has not slowed down following their 2014 championship.
After two days of testing, and watching the times pretty closely, here are some thoughts on the aero kit performance situation in IndyCar is.
Chip Ganassi Racing driver Scott Dixon ended up second on the charts after the morning session at Barber, and spoke about the differences he feels in the new Chevrolet aero configuration.
McMurray may be racing's "Big Game Hunter" but he's still missing the Borg-Warner trophy in his cabinet.