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.
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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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.
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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.