Rank Driver Points
1 Will Power 671
2 Helio Castroneves 609
3 Scott Dixon 604
4 Juan Pablo Montoya 586
5 Simon Pagenaud 565
6 Ryan Hunter-Reay 563
7 Tony Kanaan 544
8 Carlos Munoz 483
9 Marco Andretti 463
10 Sebastien Bourdais 461
11 Ryan Briscoe 461
12 James Hinchcliffe 456
13 Josef Newgarden 406
14 Charlie Kimball 402
15 Justin Wilson 395
16 Mikhail Aleshin 372
17 Jack Hawksworth 366
18 Takuma Sato 350
19 Graham Rahal 345
20 Carlos Huertas 314
21 Sebastian Saavedra 291
22 Ed Carpenter 262
23 Mike Conway 252
24 Oriol Servia 88
25 Kurt Busch 80
26 J.R. Hildebrand 66
27 Sage Karam 57
28 Luca Filippi 46
29 James Davison 34
30 Jacques Villeneuve 29
31 Alex Tagliani 28
32 Townsend Bell 22
33 Pippa Mann 21
34 Martin Plowman 18
35 Buddy Lazier 11
36 Franck Montagny 8
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by Brian Carroccio During the recent Verizon IndyCar Series finale weekend at Auto Club Speedway, I had the chance to meet the fine people from Classic Competition. The San Marcos, CA-based company owned and operated by Bruce Marquand and Sidney Carr specializes in “the complete restoration of your classic automobile or vintage race car.” Carr, interestingly, was a mechanic for the late Jim Clark. Of course it goes without saying...
by Brian Carroccio A lot has happened in the world of motor racing since the last time I wrote three weeks ago following the Verizon IndyCar Series finale at Auto Club Speedway. While I'll spare you the uninteresting details, an old injury that recently reared its ugly head has left little time for writing about automobile racing. Nevertheless, during that time, I've amassed quite a list of subjects for discussion. So, without further ado let's tackle some the more intriguing storylines from the world of racing over the past few weeks.
Q and A American Conor Daly recently returned to the States from Europe to attend the final IndyCar race in Fontana, California. This has been a tough season in GP2 with many highs and lows. As is often the case in this profession, the future holds many unanswered questions and yet much promise. Conor took some time out of his schedule to address some questions that are on the minds of some of his fans. We hope you take a few moments and enjoy his candid replies.
Dixon, Hinchcliffe give Feedback on new Lights car
Indy Lights Dallara IL-15 testing The development process of the exciting Dallara IL-15 continued today at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway with Verizon IndyCar Series stars Scott Dixon and James Hinchcliffe each taking a turn behind the wheel of the new car which will make its debut in the 2015 Indy Lights Presented by Cooper Tires. Combining for 80 laps on the 2.439-mile road course, Dixon and Hinchcliffe provided their perspectives on the progress to date.
by Brian Carroccio Dull, drama-free, and completely ordinary. That's all Will Power had to be Saturday evening's MAVTV 500 at Auto Club Speedway. That's exactly what he was. And I'll be honest: I wasn't sure he had it in him. That's not to say I didn't think Power could capture his first Verizon IndyCar Series championship. Quite the opposite, actually. If you recall, I actually picked Power to win the championship at the beginning of the year and Chevrolet to win the manufacturer's title due to what I believed to be the superior quality of the Bowtie Brigade stable.
Power collects million dollar bonus at L.A.'s Club Nokia
Verizon IndyCar Series champion Less than 24 hours after winning the Verizon IndyCar Series championship, Will Power got his chance to celebrate. Power - along with other drivers, teams and manufacturers - were recognized during the INDYCAR Championship Celebration at Club Nokia at the LA Live entertainment complex in downtown Los Angeles. Mark Miles, CEO of Hulman & Co., the parent of INDYCAR, presented Power and team owner Roger Penske with a $1 million championship bonus check and replicas of the Astor Challenge Cup, the Verizon IndyCar Series championship trophy.
by Brian Carroccio Before a small crowd of under 10,000 fans, Will Power won the 2014 Verizon IndyCar Series championship Saturday evening, as Tony Kanaan took the checkered flag in Saturday evening's MAVTV 500 at Auto Club Speedway. The victory was Kanaan's first since winning the 2013 Indianapolis 500 and his first since joining Target Chip Ganassi Racing. Kanaan's teammate Scott Dixon was second, with Ed Carpenter completing a Chevrolet sweep of the podium.
IndyCar Good afternoon, everybody. We're going to get started here with our media availability for Roger Penske. We'll have Roger answer a couple of questions and we'll open it up for questions from our audience, as well. I appreciate everyone joining us today as we get ready to go for the IndyCar title at the MAVTV 500 here this weekend. I guess just talk about the season it's been in 2014, obviously a terrific year for Team Penske with Will and Helio battling it out for the championship and a great addition with Juan Pablo Montoya who's running sixth in the series this year.
by Brian Carroccio Helio Castroneves has won pole position for tomorrow evening's MAVTV 500 at Auto Club Speedway. With a lap of 218.540 miles per hour, the driver of the #3 AAA Southern California Team Penske Chevrolet bested teammate Juan Pablo Montoya by a tenth of a second to score his 41 career pole. Sarah Fisher Hartman’s Racing Josef Newgarden completes the front row as the fastest Honda in the field.
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