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2018 Point Standings
After Texas
Rank Driver Points

1 Scott Dixon 357
2 Alexander Rossi 334
3 Will Power 321
4 Ryan Hunter-Reay 308
5 Josef Newgarden 289
6 Graham Rahal 250
7 Robert Wickens 244
8 Simon Pagenaud 229
9 Sebastien Bourdais 218
10 Marco Andretti 213
11 James Hinchcliffe 209
12 Ed Jones 183
13 Takuma Sato 169
14 Tony Kanaan 157
15 Zach Veach 147
16 Spencer Pigot 147
17 Charlie Kimball 139
18 Gabby Chaves 138
19 Matheus Leist 133
20 Ed Carpenter 128
21 Max Chilton 121
22 Zachary De Melo 85
23 Jordan King 70
24 Carlos Munoz 53
25 Jack Harvey 53
26 Kyle Kaiser 45
27 Helio Castroneves 40
28 Rene Binder 39
29 JR Hildebrand 38
30 Stefan Wilson 31
31 Oriol Servia 27
32 Santino Ferrucci 18
33 Conor Daly 18
34 Danica Patrick 13
35 Jay Howard 12
36 Sage Karam 10
37 James Davison 10
38 Pietro Fittipaldi 7

Rookie of Year Standings
1. Robert Wickens 244
2. Zach Veach 147
3. Matheus Leist 133
4. Zachary De Melo 85
5. Jordan King 70
6. Jack Harvey 53
7. Kyle Kaiser 45
8. Rene Binder 39
9. Ferrucci, Santino 18
10. Pietro Fittipaldi 7

Manufacturer Standings
1. Honda 667
2. Chevy 564

Latest IndyCar News and Commentary

IndyCar Road America Friday Press Conference
1st - Josef Newgarden (Chevy)
3rd - Sebastien Bourdais (Honda)
4th - Will Power (Chevy)
IndyCar Road America Preview
  Kohler Grand Prix
IndyCar heads to Road America, a 4.014-mile, 14-turn permanent road course (clockwise) in Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin, this weekend - every driver's favorite track. Will Power, Scott Dixon and Sebastien Bourdais are the only entered drivers who have won an Indy car race at Road America. They are the three most recent winners at the track. Dixon won the race last year while Power won in Indy car's return in 2016 - the first race at the track since Bourdais' win in 2007.
IndyCar Texas post-race press conference
  Top-3 finishers
1st - Scott Dixon (Honda)
2nd - Simon Pagenaud (Chevy)
3rd - Alexander Rossi (Honda)
Dixon wins Texas IndyCar race
  Pagenaud and Rossi round out podium
By winning the DXC Technology 600 Texas IndyCar race Saturday night Ganassi Honda ace Scott Dixon has now moved ahead of Michael Andretti and into third place on the all-time win list. Simon Pagenaud has a spirited duel with Alexander Rossi for the last 30 laps and held onto 2nd because Rossi could not find a way past since IndyCar ruined racing on the oval tracks. James Hinchcliffe and Ryan Hunter-Reay rounded out the top-5
Dixon and Kanaan lead final IndyCar practice
  Q&A session
1st - Scott Dixon
2nd - Tony Kanaan

Q&A from the DXC Technology 600 post final practice news conference Saturday night

IndyCar Texas post-qualifying Press Conference
  Newgarden and Pagenaud
1st - Josef Newgarden (Penske Chevy)
2nd - Simon Pagenaud (Penske Chevy)
Penske team 1-2-3 in Texas Qualifying
  Newgarden grabs pole
The Penske Chevy cars appear to have just a little extra top-end HP than all the other Chevys on the high-speed ovals like Texas and Indy. That power was on display Friday afternoon in Texas as the Penske Chevy cars were the only ones over 220 mph and will start 1-2-3. The Hondas of Robert Wickens and Sebastien Bourdais rounded out the top-5
IndyCar Detroit GP postscript
  by Brian Carroccio
Tell me if you’ve seen this movie before. Scott Dixon spends 20-25 laps following another car in close proximity. That other car burns up fuel and/or tires at a rate faster than Dixon and is forced to come to pit lane before Dixon, who then crushes a series of laps before going to pit lane. The Chip Ganassi Racing team performs exquisite pit work getting Dixon out ahead of said opponent. Dixon, with an advantage over the field on both fuel and tires, is able to control the race proceedings from there. Dixon goes to victory lane.
Detroit GP Race 2 Press Conference
  Top-3 Drivers
1st - Ryan Hunter-Reay (Honda)
2nd - Will Power (Chevy)
3rd - Ed Jones (Honda)
Hunter-Reay charges to win in Detroit GP Race 2
  by Tim Wohlford
Ryan Hunter-Reay on fresher tires pressured Andretti teammate Alexander Rossi into a lockup and charged into the lead to win Race 2 of the Detroit GP weekend, his 17th career IndyCar win. Setting record lap after record lap, Hunter-Reay was unstoppable after finishing 2nd yesterday. Indy 500 Will Power came home 2nd ahead of Ed Jones, Scott Dixon and Graham Rahal. Rossi dropped to 12th after his tire blew and he had to make an extra stop.
Alexander Rossi wins Detroit GP Race 2 pole in wet
  Wickens to start alongside
IndyCar points leader Alexander Rossi (Andretti Honda) turned the fastest lap in a wet qualifying session to win pole for the 2nd half of the Detroit GP doubleheader weekend this afternoon by 1/2 second over Penske Chevy driver Will Power who will start third. Robert Wickens was fastest in Group 2 and will start on the outside of the front row and Ed Jones will start 4th.
Detroit GP Race 1 Press Conference
  Top-3 finishers
1st - Scott Dixon (Honda)
2nd - Ryan Hunter-Reay (Honda)
3rd - Alexander Rossi (Honda)
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