A look back at Will Power's return to the top step.
Up next, Novo Nordisk Chip Ganassi Racing will compete in Round 16 of the IZOD IndyCar Series with the Grand Prix of Baltimore in Baltimore, Md., on Sunday, September 1.
National Guard Panther Racing Team storms into top ten, gets hit with avoidable contact late.
The 34-year-old Germany-native, Lucas Luhr, driving the No. 97 SFHR car, was in 17th place when an engine fire ended his day short of the checkered flag.
A cluster of yellow flags put Ed Carpenter in the mix before stopping to miss another incident.
Italian driver Luca Filippi will return to the cockpit of the Barracuda Racing car for the 75-lap competition on the streets of downtown Baltimore.
Dixon qualified the No. 9 Target Honda second as Team Target swept the front row at Sonoma Raceway.
Simon Pagenaud fought to the front of the field for a fifth-place finish, while Tristan Vautier overcame contact on multiple occasions to finish 12th.
Kanaan ties consecutive start record.
Justin Wilson: “I was battling hard at the end, there were some close calls out there,”
Josef Newgarden's teammate Lucas Luhr will start his first ever IndyCar race from 25th place.
Competition has been fierce at the 2.385-mile permanent road course as teams began with an open test Wednesday and push through to Sunday's race.
Carpenter quicker than several drivers in other qualifying group.
Tony Kanaan: "So far, it has been a frustrating weekend..."
Castroneves enters Sunday’s race 31 points ahead of Scott Dixon, who will start second.
National Guard Panther Racing team happy with pace during two practice sessions during the day.
Kimball has now been in the top-10 of the IZOD IndyCar Series point standings four times this season and has spent five of the 14 rounds there in 2013.
The event marks Round 15 of the 2013 championship and Justin, who drives for Dale Coyne Racing, aims to gain ground in the championship hunt.
Strong Mid-Ohio laps give ECR a solid base for Sonoma run
National Guard Panther driver recovers from wrist surgery and makes return at Sonoma Raceway
With the combined efforts of Rotondo Weirich (RW) and Muscle Milk, American Le Mans Series LMP1 championship points leader Lucas Luhr will race his first laps in an open wheel car for SFHR.