Chevrolet IndyCar V6 drivers sweep top-five finishing positions on famed one-mile oval.
Marco Andretti moved to second in the championship points standings after his fifth-place finish at Texas Motor Speedway.
Andretti Autosport teammates E.J. Viso, Ryan Hunter-Reay and James Hinchcliffe finished Race 2 in 17th, 18th and 19th places.
Pagenaud is the sixth different winner in seven races this season (Hinchcliffe, Hunter-Reay, Sato, Kanaan, Conway, Pagenaud).
Ed Carpenter received $405,955, which included $100,000 for earning the Verizon P1 Award as pole winner.
Carlos Muñoz was upset he could not challenge Tony Kanaan.
Chevrolet has won three of the first four races of the season, and has collected four poles which includes Carpenter’s Indy 500 pole-winning accomplishment.
The morning rain in Indianapolis did not damper the enthusiasm of the drivers or there fans for the Indy 500 Pole Day activities. The final top nine shootout ended with the Indiana driver who is also the team owner!
Tomorrow is Fast Friday!
All four rookies assigned to cars this month - Conor Daly, AJ Allmendinger, Carlos Munoz and Tristan Vautier - have completed ROP. NASCAR Sprint Cup Series champion Kurt Busch also completed ROP on Thursday, May 9.
Defending IZOD IndyCar Series champion Ryan Hunter-Reay, No, 1 DHL Andretti Autosport Chevrolet, was second quick in the final order after the six-hour session.
Welcome to Indiana-ville with Jay Alley as he keeps a keen eye while the drivers shakedown their cars prior to the run for the pole.
Celebration of Automobiles among special Opening Day attractions.
Franchitti, Castroneves aim to join four-time winners' club
Chevrolet IndyCar V6 Drivers Score Three Top-Five and Five Top-10 Finishes in Fourth Race of 2013 Season
Defending IZOD IndyCar Series Champion Sets New Track Record
Reigning IndyCar champion Ryan Hunter-Reay set a new record on the Brazilian street circuit in the Firestone Fast Six for the fourth Itaipava Sao Paulo Indy 300 presented by Nestle.
Helio Castroneves retains points lead.
Believe it or not, there really is an area in the betting arena for today's IndyCar race on the streets of Long Beach.
Dario Franchitti strapped on a set of used Firestone alternate tires for his final bid and actually lapped the street circuit three hundredths of a second faster than when the set was new in the prior qualifying segment.
Ryan Hunter-Reay qualified second, Will Power secured the third fastest and Helio Castroneves was the sixth fastest qualifier for the third race of the 2013 season.