The reigning IZOD IndyCar Series champion set the fastest lap in the IZOD IndyCar Series open test at the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course in Lexington, Ohio.
James Davison is thrilled to have the opportunity to take on his first race in IndyCar, especially having won at the Ohio road course in past years.
Tristan Vautier and Simon Pagenaud will return to action in the IZOD IndyCar Series on August 4th for the Honda Indy 200 at Mid-Ohio.
With the result in Round 13, Kimball holds 11th in the IZOD IndyCar Series point standings with 272 markers, -153 points behind leader Helio Castroneves.
With the results, Dixon brought home an additional $100,000 for winning the SONAX Perfect Finish Award bonus for winning both rounds in Toronto.
Chip Ganassi’s Scott Dixon had a near perfect weekend on the Exhibition Place street circuit in Toronto. The Kiwi leaves Canada with one pole and two race wins.
Ryan Briscoe was caught up in a crash when two of his competitors had contact. The Australian will now miss the second race of the IndyCar Series doubleheader event in Toronto.
The first standing start race for the IndyCar Series did not pan out but the race has exciting moments.
Yesterday on the street circuit at the Exhibition Place in Toronto, Franchitti grabbed the pole for today’s first race. In today’s qualifying for the doubleheader event his teammate Dixon set the fastest lap.
Missing in action today was Race Director Beaux Barfield as he had to take time off for personal reasons.
Detroit pole and race winner Mike Conway has time off from his ride WEC ride which leaves him free to contest both the Toronto Indy and the Houston IndyCar race for Dale Coyne Racing.
The race marked the 100th win for the Target Racing Program and the 200th win for Honda in Indy car racing.
The result was also part of a one-two-three sweep of the podium with Ganassi teammates Scott Dixon (first) and Dario Franchitti (third) – the first in team history.
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.