Long night for the Honda-powered drivers.
First championship (finally!) for the Penske Racing driver.
Scott Dixon has won for the 35th time in his IndyCar career.
Power secured his third win of 2014 earlier today.
Scott Dixon remains sixth in the championship standings with three races left.
On the first lap of Race 1 Newgarden's No. 67 Hartman Oil Dallara/Honda/Firestone machine was hit from behind in an incident involving six cars.
Mike Conway brings home Ed Carpenter Racing's third victory of the year in the second race at Toronto.
Sebastie Bourdais dominated the first race in Toronto after starting from pole position.
Contact with Tony Kanaan at Toronto took RHR out of contention.
A late-race call for tires helped Hunter-Reay tear his way up through the pack and into Victory Lane.
The IndyCar race at Iowa Speedway has gotten off to a rocky start.
Juan Pablo Montoya has returned to victory lane in the Verizon IndyCar Series.
Christopher DeHarde's review of the five drivers he felt needed to perform in Houston this weekend.
Simon Pagenaud has won for the second time in 2014.
Colombians go 1-2-3 in the opening race in Houston.
Juan Pablo Montoya feels "the wins are coming" with Team Penske
The Verizon IndyCar Series takes a two-week hiatus before returning to action for the Grand Prix of Houston June 28-29.
Sebastien Bourdais and Justin Wilson made contact severely damaging both cars thus ending their races with Bourdais in 20th place.