Marco Andretti provides Fourth of July fireworks near his home in the IZOD IndyCar Series open test day for this weekend's inaugural race in Long Pond, Pennsylvania.
After battling the pain in his left leg, team owner A. J. Foyt was undergoing treatments when fell prior to the IndyCar race in his home state which lead to the hip replacement.
With the results, Dixon moved to seventh in the IZOD IndyCar Series point standings with 240 markers, -92 points behind leader Helio Castroneves.
The DNF was costly to the team in the IZOD IndyCar Series point standings as they plummeted from fourth to eighth.
The green flag drops at Iowa Speedway at 3:05 p.m. ET. Broadcast coverage of the event begins on ABC at 2:30 p.m. ET.
Dixon fought until the checkered flag and finished sixth as the top Honda-powered car.
During the second stint of the race, Newgarden fell a lap behind and was never able to make it up.
Dale Coyne Racing now returns to its race shop in Illinois to prepare for next weekend’s Iowa Corn 250.
A climbing gearbox temperature ultimately ended Alex Tagliani's day for good on lap 156.
The yellow flag came out on lap 211 for Ana Beatriz’s accident and that untimely yellow stole any chance of victory for Takuma Sato.
With the sixth-place result, Dario Franchitti entered the top-10 in IZOD IndyCar Series point standings for the first time this season.
The defending winner of the Firestone 550 drove the No. 19 Boy Scouts of America Honda as high as second before finishing 15th in a race that ran at a furious pace.
With the result, Charlie Kimball holds 10th in the IZOD IndyCar Series point standings with 149 markers.
James Jake teammate Graham Rahal finished ninth.
Sato is currently fourth in the overall IZOD IndyCar Series championship.
Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing driver James Jack earned his best series qualifying position of second place, teammate Bobby Rahal will start 15th in the race on Sunday.