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Josef Newgarden, the NTT IndyCar Series’ master of Iowa Speedway, said his third victory in five races at the 0.894-mile oval helped calm him after his poor luck in the previous night’s race.
Defending NTT IndyCar Series champion Josef Newgarden drove a near-perfect race to clinch his third win at Iowa Speedway in straightforward fashion, defeating Team Penske-Chevrolet teammate Will Power and Graham Rahal of Rahal Letterman Lanigan-Honda.
Josef Newgarden was the only driver to crack 170mph in the hour-long free practice at Iowa Speedway before this evening’s second Iowa 250, leading Team Penske-Chevrolet teammate and last night’s winner Simon Pagenaud by over 1.5mph.
Friday July 17 and Saturday July 18 sees the NTT IndyCar Series’ second of three double-headers currently planned for the 2020 season. Here’s how to watch all the action from both days of action from the Iowa 250s at IndyCar’s shortest track, Iowa Speedway.
Simon Pagenaud was thrilled to open Team Penske-Chevrolet’s 2020 NTT IndyCar Series win account with a storming and tactical drive from the back of the field, but Josef Newgarden and Will Power were left ruing missed opportunities.
Simon Pagenaud drove his Team Penske-Chevrolet from the back of the grid to the front to claim his, the team’s and the engine manufacturer’s first IndyCar win of the year and defeating points leader Scott Dixon, in the first of two rounds at Iowa Speedway this weekend.
Conor Daly scored his and Carlin-Chevrolet’s first ever NTT IndyCar Series pole position for tonight’s Iowa 250 race and was only pushed down to third for the second by the Team Penske-Chevrolets of Josef Newgarden and Will Power.
Andretti Autosport’s Colton Herta topped the first practice sessopm for IndyCar’s Iowa 250s at Iowa Speedway, which put him just 0.0548sec ahead of Conor Daly, in the Carlin-Chevrolet, with Penske's Will Power in third.
All you need to know ahead of the fifth and sixth rounds of the 2020 NTT IndyCar Series – the Iowa 250s at Iowa Speedway in Newton, IA.
Michael Montri, president of this weekend’s NTT IndyCar Series event at Iowa Speedway, says he would be keen to see the 0.894-mile oval remain as a double-header event in future.
The 2020 NTT IndyCar Series’ third and fourth rounds, the REV Group Grand Prix at Road America generated several talking points. David Malsher-Lopez discusses the five principal topics.
Bryant Heating & Cooling will be the primary sponsor of Tony Kanaan’s #14 A.J. Foyt Racing-Chevrolet in this week’s pair of 250-lap IndyCar races at Iowa Speedway.
Team Penske-Chevrolet driver Will Power says he feels bad about the collisions in Road America’s second race last weekend that saw both Ryan Hunter-Reay and Graham Rahal out of the race on Lap 1.
The NTT IndyCar Series’ newest winner, Felix Rosenqvist, says that the extreme compression between fastest and slowest drivers on any given weekend makes success extremely tough for everyone involved, whatever their level of experience.
Andretti Autosport-Honda’s Alexander Rossi says that reduced on-track time is causing the apparent proliferation of errors among all IndyCar teams in paddock, in pitlane and on the race tracks.
Felix Rosenqvist says that being put into clean air after pit stops was crucial to him exploiting the inherent speed of his Chip Ganassi Racing-Honda and hunting down Pato O’Ward to score his first NTT IndyCar Series win.
Arrow McLaren SP-Chevrolet driver Patricio O’Ward says he’s been left with mixed emotions after dominating the second round of IndyCar’s REV Group GP at Road America but ultimately losing out to Felix Rosenqvist.
Chip Ganassi Racing's Felix Rosenqvist’s relentless hunt down of Patricio O’Ward paid off on the penultimate lap of the second race in the REV Group Grand Prix at Road America, snatching the lead and going on to score his first NTT IndyCar Series victory.
The 2018 Indy Lights champion Pato O’Ward earned the first pole position of his IndyCar career at Road America this morning when his fastest time in his Group edged the best effort of former Lights teammate Colton Herta who topped Group 1.
Alex Palou, who in Road America's first race of the weekend finished third in only his third NTT IndyCar Series start, says he’s expecting to keep getting faster as he gains more time and experience.
Will Power scored his first podium of the season in Road America’s first of two races in the REV Group Grand Prix, but he was left wondering what might have been after another delay in the pits cost him the lead, and the wrong second-gear ratio hurt his start and restarts.
Road America Race 1 winner Scott Dixon says he’s expecting rival teams to follow the pitstop strategy followed by Team Penske and Chip Ganassi Racing when battle is rejoined in the second race of the REV Group Grand Prix at Road America.