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2015 Standings
After Indy 500
Rank Driver Points

1. Juan Pablo Montoya 272
2. Will Power 247
3. Scott Dixon 211
4. Helio Castroneves 206
5. Graham Rahal 204
6. Josef Newgarden 173
7. Sebastien Bourdais 161
8. Charlie Kimball 160
9. Marco Andretti 151
10. Tony Kanaan 147
11. Simon Pagenaud 142
12. Ryan Hunter-Reay 130
13. James Hinchcliffe 129
14. Carlos Munoz 122
15. Takuma Sato 106
16. James Jakes 99
17. Gabby Chaves 99
18. Luca Filippi 85
19. Jack Hawksworth 76
20. Stefano Coletti 75
21. Simona de Silvestro 66
22. JR Hildebrand 57
23. Sebastian Saavedra 47
24. Sage Karam 45
25. Francesco Dracone 38
26. Ryan Briscoe 36
27. Townsend Bell 32
28. Carlos Huertas 31
29. Alex Tagliani 27
30. Justin Wilson 25
31. Conor Daly 23
32. Pippa Mann 16
33. Rodolfo Gonzalez 10
34. James Davison 10
35. Tristan Vautier 10
36. Oriol Servia 10
37. Ed Carpenter 10
38. Bryan Clauson 10
39. Buddy Lazier 0

Manufacturers
1. Honda 441
2. Chevrolet 336
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The Indy 500 is too good to not do it again
  by Mark J. Cipolloni
IndyCar put on another great show last Sunday at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Like last year, and the year before that, and the year before that, IndyCar had almost 300,000 fans screaming on the top of their lungs as the top drivers in the world put on a race to remember. For practically the entire distance, at least three cars dueled for the lead. They looked like earthbound fighter jets engaging in spectacular dogfights. They made NASCAR look bad. For most of the year IndyCar gets beaten up in the media for low attendance, low car counts, low TV ratings, ride-buying and the like, and a lot of it is deserved. But every Sunday on Memorial Day weekend that’s all forgotten as IndyCar puts on the best racing on the planet.  Period.
Q&A with the winner of the 2015 Indy 500
  Juan Montoya
Juan Pablo Montoya, No 2 Verizon Team Penske Chevrolet, Winner Of 99th Running Of The Indianapolis 500 met with media Monday and discussed his second victory in the Greatest Spectacle in Racing.  
THE MODERATOR:  We'll go ahead and get started with our availability with the winner of the 99th Indianapolis 500, Juan Pablo Montoya.  A little less than 24 hours since you took the checkered flag there.  Has it sunk in yet that you've won the Indy 500 for a second time? 
Indy 500 post-race notes and quotes
  IndyCar
Jeff Gordon has set the pace plenty of times in his incredible NASCAR career, but the former Pittsboro, Ind., resident couldn't wait to lead the Indianapolis 500 field to the green flag as driver of the Chevrolet Corvette Z06 pace car. "What a thrill it is to be here on race day," Gordon said shortly before climbing into the car. "I certainly had plenty of opportunities to make laps around this track before, but never have I had the experience like I'm having here today, to be honored as being the pace car driver, to get the chance to drive that amazing Corvette Z06."
Indy 500 Sunday Press Conference
  Winning team
An interview with:
Roger Penske
Tim Cindric
Juan Pablo Montoya
Montoya outduels Power to win Indy 500
  by Tim Wohlford
In another exciting Indy 500 finish, Penske drivers Juan Montoya and Will Power swapped the lead back and forth several times over the final laps before Montoya got in front for good with two laps to go and held off Power to win the 99th running the biggest race in the world by just 1/10th of a second. American Charlie Kimball came home third with Scott Dixon and Graham Rahal rounding out the top-5.
Kanaan to make 300th start tomorrow
  by Brian Carroccio
Tomorrow's 99th running of the Indianapolis 500 will add another chapter to the rich history of The Greatest Spectacle in Racing. It will also the 300th career start for driver of the #10 NTT Data Chip Ganassi Racing Chevrolet Tony Kanaan. After edging out Helio Castro-Neves (as he was then known) for the 1997 Indy Lights championship, the Brazilian moved up to then-CART FedEx Championship Series in 1998 with Tasman Racing. Making his debut in the Marlboro Grand Prix Presented by Toyota...
AR1 Head to Head: Indianapolis 500
  Brian Carroccio & Keith Ori
For the second consecutive year, racing insider Keith Ori guest stars with AR1 senior motorsport columnist Brian Carroccio for a round of AR1 Head to Head: Indianapolis 500. And in the interests of full disclosure, last year's showdown went to Ori, who told all of you that Ryan Hunter-Reay would etch his likeness to the Borg-Warner Trophy. Who will win this year? Who are the potential sleepers? What teams and manufacturers have the edge? Brian and Keith are here to tackle those questions and more. Enjoy.
Miles, Foyt and Melangton talk about 100th Indy 500
  INDY
An interview with:
MARK MILES
A.J. FOYT
ALLISON MELANGTON
Scenes from Indy Sunday
  by Rob Chinn
After a Saturday washout Sunday saw 33 cars make qualifying attempts for the 99th running of the Indy 500, but Sunday was not without drama as yet another Chevy got airborne, this time Ed Carpenter. Scott Dixon won the pole and will lineup inside Simon Pagenaud and Will Power. Our Rob Chinn was there to capture all the action.
Indy 500 qualifying Sunday Press Conference
  Dixon, Pagenaud and Power
Chevy power returned to the top of the scoring pylon at Indianapolis Motor Speedway for the fourth consecutive year as Chevrolet V-6 powered driver Scott Dixon in his No. 9 Target Chip Ganassi Racing machine earned the Verizon P1 award for the 99th running of the Indianapolis 500.  Dixon became only the 11th driver in Verizon IndyCar Series history to have two poles to his credit for the ‘Greatest Spectacle in Racing’.
Scott Dixon wins pole for 99th Indy 500
  by Tim Wohlford
Scott Dixon laid down an early lap that was impossible to beat in deteriorating weather conditions to with the 2015 Indy 500 Pole Award. Will Power will start in the middle of the first row, and Simon Pagenaud in the outside of the first row. In the fast nine there are three Penske cars, two Ganassi cars, and two Andretti entries.
Scenes from Indy Day 1 Qualifying
  by Rob Chinn
Heavy rain has forced Saturday's Indianapolis 500 Qualifications to be cancelled, which means the entire 33-car starting lineup will have one day to post a qualification attempt on Sunday. Only two cars were able to post qualification attempts on Sunday before rain started to fall. Defending Indianapolis 500 winner Ryan Hunter-Reay posted a four-lap average of 229.845 miles per hour in a Honda and Carlos Huertas rain a four-lap average of 228.235 mph. Rob Chinn was there to capture these scenes from Saturday.
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