Scott Dixon -- No. 9 Target Toyota "Our car was very good and we were able to stay up front for most of the day. The fuel pickup problem ended any chance that we had at winning three straight today. It's very frustrating to have this kind of...
Scott Dixon -- No. 9 Target Toyota
"Our car was very good and we were able to stay up front for most of the day. The fuel pickup problem ended any chance that we had at winning three straight today. It's very frustrating to have this kind of thing happen. Luckily, we were able to salvage a 6th place finish out of it today. We're still in the points race, so we just need to keep finishing races and we'll be OK."
Tomas Scheckter -- No. 10 Target Toyota
"We had an unbelievable race car today. I felt like if we didn't have the fuel pickup problem, we would have won the race today. The Target car could run anywhere on the track, but we kept having to pit early for fuel. Every time that we got down to about 10 gallons, we had to come in for fuel. We just have to keep our heads up and go onto Nashville and keep pushing."
Scott Dixon extended his IndyCar Series record for most consecutive laps led. Dixon led the first 54 laps and now holds the record for consecutive laps led with 344. Dixon led the last 84 laps in Pikes Peak and all 206 laps in Richmond.
In the 5 races that Dixon has finished this season, he has finished 6th twice and won the other 3 races.
Scott Dixon won the pole for the third time in his career. The team has won 4 out of the last 6 poles.
A Team Target driver has led the most laps in 4 out of the last 5 races.
Team Target drivers stand 1st and 2nd in laps led for the season. Dixon leads with 524 and Scheckter is second with 261.
Team Target has led 49% of the laps run this season.
With the win, Dixon now moves to within 27 points of first place.
Team Target has led a lap in 9 straight races.
Nashville Indy 200
Saturday, July 19th -- 8:00 p.m.