The Honda Indy Grand Prix of Alabama will be the fifth Verizon IndyCar Series event conducted at Barber Motorsports Park.
Power looks to continue hot streak
With back-to-back top-two finishes to start the 2014 season, Team Penske's Will Power leads the Verizon IndyCar Series point standings as the series heads to Barber Motorsports Park. Power has won the Honda Indy Grand Prix of Alabama twice. Can he continue his strong start to the 2014 season by scoring another win at Barber?
Dixon off to strong start in title defense
Target Chip Ganassi Racing's Scott Dixon has shown he's a contender to repeat as Verizon IndyCar Series champion. The New Zealand native has finished second in the previous four races at Barber and came within a few laps of scoring a win at Long Beach. Can Dixon continue his strong start to 2014 and finally claim his first victory at Barber?
Conway aims for back-to-back victories
Mike Conway was a surprise winner at Long Beach, inheriting the lead with three laps remaining and returning Ed Carpenter Racing to the winner's circle. Now, the Englishman looks for another milestone - helping the team win its first entrant championship. Can Conway win again and help the team stay near the top of the standings?
Hunter-Reay looks to get back to Victory Lane
Ryan Hunter-Reay broke Team Penske's win streak at Barber Motorsports Park with his win in the 2013 Honda Indy Grand Prix of Alabama. Can Hunter-Reay repeat in Alabama and join Will Power as the race's only multiple winner?
Team Penske looks to continue Barber domination
Team Penske has won three of the previous four Verizon IndyCar Series races at Barber Motorsports Park and team owner Roger Penske will look to add another trophy to his team's collection during the Honda Indy Grand Prix of Alabama with three strong cars that dominated the Open Test at the track in March. Helio Castroneves won the inaugural race in 2010, while Will Power has won races at Barber in 2011-12. Can one of the two or newcomer Juan Pablo Montoya score another win in Alabama?
Montoya look to pick up where he left off
Juan Pablo Montoya is still adapting to his return to Indy car racing, but a fourth-place finish at the streets of Long Beach shows the former champion doesn't have that much more rust to shake off. Montoya, the 2000 Indianapolis 500 winner, claimed his first NASCAR pole at Talladega. Can he achieve another Alabama milestone and get back to winner's circle this weekend?