Watkins Glen (2016)
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Charlie Kimball has defended himself after being part of two major incidents during Sunday's IndyCar race at Watkins Glen International
Chip Ganassi Racing’s managing director Mike Hull says one of the keys to Scott Dixon’s ability to save fuel better than his rivals is his request for information from the start of each stint.
Scott Dixon admits his 40th IndyCar win, earned today at Watkins Glen, was one of his best, and revealed he would donate his winnings to the Wilson’s Children Fund, set up to benefit the late Justin Wilson’s children.
Scott Dixon completed a clean sweep of P1s through the Watkins Glen weekend to score his 40th career victory, but the championship excitement took a major blow as Will Power was turned into a barrier after contact with Charlie Kimball.
James Hinchcliffe was livid after he was penalized for interfering with the lap of Will Power.
Firestone’s chief engineer and manager of race tire development, Dale Harrigle, says IndyCar qualifying will provide the first accurate reading of how the company’s softer compound tires will behave in Sunday’s race.
Scott Dixon and Helio Castroneves believe the high-speed nature of Watkins Glen and differing drag/downforce levels, can still produce a good race on Sunday despite less chance for outbraking maneuvers.
Scott Dixon’s final flying lap of Watkins Glen today broke the 146mph barrier and left his rivals gasping or suffering incidents in vain pursuit.
Graham Rahal comes to Watkins Glen International fresh off a stunning victory at Texas Motor Speedway as he hopes to go back-to-back.
Three-time Watkins Glen winner Scott Dixon drove to the top of the times in the first session for this weekend’s penultimate round of the 2016 Verizon IndyCar Series season.
Will Power led the times in Thursday’s test at Watkins Glen International, and though stunned at the grip levels, admitted he’s worried about the prospective quality of the racing.