This weekend’s third race of the Verizon IndyCar Series at Barber Motorsports Park has plenty of intrigue going in.
The Leaders Circle program was established in 2002 to provide incentives to teams that participate full time in the IndyCar Series.
An official announcement is expected shortly
"I'm happy to be back on the podium"
Power was followed closely by fellow Team Chevy drivers Tony Kanaan and Sebastien Bourdais.
Helio Castroneves continues to lead IZOD IndyCar series points.
Marco Andretti: "Mid-Ohio is one of the tracks where I have a ton of laps for whatever reason, so I always enjoy going back."
A wild weekend in Toronto is summed up by Blogger Mark Wilkinson in his "Ten Worthless Opinions" piece.
Ryan Hunter-Reay: "I don't think he [Will Power] drove into me on purpose, but we were taken out of the race."
Sebastien Bourdais gets second podium finish of weekend from successful standing start.
James Hinchcliffe, No. 27 Godaddy Andretti Autosport Chevrolet, met with members of the media at the Streets of Toronto, and discussed racing at his hometown street course, the season to date and other topics.
Helio Castroneves continues on top of point standings; Chevrolet maintains the lead in the Series Manufacturers’ standings with eight races remaining in the season.
Marco Andretti captured his fourth career pole today obliterating the track record and Ryan Hunter-Reay will start from the second position.
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A critical look back at this weekends racing.
Defending Iowa Corn Indy 250 champion Ryan Hunter-Reay, fresh off victory in Milwaukee last weekend, will start tomorrow's 250-lap event from the 14th grid position after finishing fourth in his heat round.
Confusing formats are not the way to bring fans back to the IndyCar series.