Justin Wilson now sits sixth in the IndyCar title fight in the streets of Baltimore. With the weekend off, Wilson will stay busy as he joins Michael Shank Racing at the Grand-Am event in Laguna Seca.
Ed Carpenter drives Fuzzy’s Vodka Chevy around some late race carnage.
National Guard Panther Racing driver gets ‘Avoidable Contact’ penalty after contact with Bourdais.
A look back at flying cars and Pagenaud's move toward the title
First podium and highest IZOD IndyCar Series finish for Josef Newgarden.
Tony Kanaan makes record setting 212th start, has incident with two laps remaining and finishes 15th.
Will Power: "I really had no idea that (Scott) Dixon was there."
Six full-course cautions on the street circuit slowed the field down.
Ganassi Racing's Scott Dixon won the Verizon P1 Award, and now is tied with Gordon Johncock for 14th on the all-time pole-winning list.
Simon Pagenaud and Tristan Vautier advanced from the first round of knockout-style qualifying to fight their way to the Firestone Fast 6 in Round 2.
Driving the No. 67 SFHR Dallara/Honda/Firestone entry, Newgarden finished with an even quicker lap (1:18.5236) in Round 2.
Helio Castroneves continued his chase for the IZOD IndyCar Series championship by qualifying in the seventh position.
Luca Filippi driver is making his return to IndyCar on the streets of Baltimore after a solid debut at Mid-Ohio in early August.
Fuzzy’s Vodka Chevy Team improves lap times at street circuit.
Tony Kanaan is currently 11th in the championship standings with 331 points.
While the No 44 [Dion von Moltke] has struggled to find an optimum setup balance through the two practice sessions, the No 45 [Spencer Pumpelly] has been very good out of the box.
Castroneves: "Baltimore is a different kind of place. It's a bumpy track, for sure, and it takes a lot out of you."
ECR/Fuzzy’s Vodka driver looks for grip on bumpy, slick city streets
National Guard Panther Racing team happy with pace during two practice sessions during the day.
Power was followed closely by fellow Team Chevy drivers Tony Kanaan and Sebastien Bourdais.
Jack Hawksworth was the fastest of the Indy Lights racers. INDYCAR adds point-of-reference "courtesy zones" to the outside edges of each pit box
Team owner/driver looks for a strong run in the streets of Baltimore as he seeks to advance in qualifying like last year at Camden Yards
Justin Wilson's teammate for the Dale Coyne Racing team is his own brother, Stefan!