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2018 Point Standings
After Barber
Rank Driver Points

1 Josef Newgarden 158
2 Alexander Rossi 145
3 Sebastien Bourdais 119
4 Graham Rahal 119
5 James Hinchcliffe 118
6 Ryan Hunter-Reay 113
7 Scott Dixon 107
8 Robert Wickens 97
9 Marco Andretti 88
10 Will Power 81
11 Ed Jones 79
12 Tony Kanaan 79
13 Zach Veach 77
14 Takuma Sato 70
15 Simon Pagenaud 66
16 Spencer Pigot 61
17 Gabby Chaves 55
18 Matheus Leist 51
19 Charlie Kimball 50
20 Max Chilton 44
21 Jordan King 38
22 Zachary De Melo 31
23 Ed Carpenter 26
24 Jack Harvey 25
25 Kyle Kaiser 23
26 Rene Binder 22
27 Pietro Fittipaldi 7

Rookie of Year Standings
1. Robert Wickens 97
2. Zach Veach 77
3. Matheus Leist 51
4. Jordan King 38
5. Zachary De Melo 31
6. Jack Harvey 25
7. Kyle Kaiser 23
8. Rene Binder 22
9. Pietro Fittipaldi 7

Manufacturer Standings
1. Honda 338
2. Chevy 271

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Honda GP of Alabama post-race press conference
  Top-3 drivers
Drivers
1 - Josef Newgarden (Penske Chevy)
2 - Ryan Hunter-Reay (Andretti Honda)
3 - James Hinchcliffe (SPM Honda)
Newgarden easily wins Honda GP of Alabama
  Rain or shine Newgarden is the 'Barbermeister'
Polesitter Josef Newgarden put on a clinic Monday to win the rain delayed Honda Grand Prix of Alabama in his Penske Chevy. Not even rain for the last 10 minutes of the race could stop Newgarden as he beat Ryan Hunter-Reay by almost 10 seconds. James Hinchcliffe, Robert Wickens and Sebastien Bourdais rounded out the top-5.
IndyCar Barber Sunday Press Conference
  Newgarden and Rossi
Drivers:

Josef Newgarden
Alexander Rossi
IndyCar Post-Qualifying Press Conference
  Honda IndyCar GP of Alabama
Drivers

1 - Josef Newgarden
2 - Will Power
3 - Sebastien Bourdais
4 - Ryan Hunter-Reay
5 - James Hinchcliffe
6 - Scott Dixon
Newgarden nips Power for Indycar GP of Alabama pole
  by Lucille Dust
Josef Newgarden won his 3rd pole of his career under a cloudy sky for tomorrow's Honda Grand Prix of Alabama.  Newgarden, driving for Team Penske, will start on the front row with his teammate, Will Power who he beat by just 0.0128s. Sebastien Bourdais and Ryan Hunter-Reay will start 3rd and 4th while James Hinchcliffe rounded out the top-5
IndyCar Alabama GP Friday Press Conference
  Top-2 drivers

Drivers
1st - Josef Newgarden
2nd - Spencer Pigot

IndyCar Long Beach Postscript
  by Brian Carroccio
Yes, he was only third fast in practice 1. But after that grave misstep, here’s how Alexander Rossi’s weekend went in Long Beach:
Practice 2: 1st
Practice 3: 1st
Qualifying Round 1: 1st
Qualifying Round 2: 2nd
Firestone Fast Six: 1st
Morning Warm-up: 1st
Race: 1st. Led 71 of 85 laps
There really isn’t much to add here. Alexander Rossi was thoroughly dominant at Long Beach this weekend.
Honda Indy Grand Prix of Alabama Preview
  4th race on 2018 IndyCar season
The 4th race of the IndyCar season is this weekend at the Barber Motorsports Park outside of Birmingham, Alabama. The race will be the ninth Verizon IndyCar Series event conducted at Barber Motorsports Park. Alexander Rossi firmly established himself as a championship contender, claiming his first win of the season at the Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach on April 15. The 26-year-old Californian leads reigning series champion and defending Barber race winner Josef Newgarden by 22 points heading into this weekend's race. With Sunday looking to be very wet, driver skill will be at a premium.
Rossi dominates to win the Grand Prix of Long Beach
  Holding off Will Power
Alexander Rossi made it look easy on the streets of Long Beach Sunday winning the 44th running of the Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach over Penske Chevy driver Will Power by 1.2 seconds in his Andretti Autosport NAPA Honda. Rossi started from pole and pretty much controlled the race from the start, losing the lead only on pitstops.
IndyCar Long Beach Sunday Press Conference
  Top-3 drivers

Drivers
1 - Alexander Rossi (Andretti NAPA Honda)
2 - Will Power (Penske Verizon Chevy)
3 - Ed Jones (Ganassi NTT Data Honda

Rossi dominates to win the Grand Prix of Long Beach
  Holding off Will Power

Alexander Rossi made it look easy on the streets of Long Beach Sunday winning the 44th running of the Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach over Penske Chevy driver Will Power by 1.2 seconds in his Andretti Autosport NAPA Honda. Rossi started from pole and pretty much controlled the race from the start, losing the lead only on pitstops. 

Long Beach GP Post-Qualifying Press Conference
  Top-6 Drivers
Drivers

1st - Alexander Rossi (Andretti Honda)
2nd - Will Power (Penske Chevy)
3rd - Simon Pagenaud (Penske Chevy)
4th - Scott Dixon (Ganassi Honda)
5th - Graham Rahal (RLLR Honda)
6th - Josef Newgarden (Penske Chevy)
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