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2016 Final Standings
After Sonoma
Rank Driver Points

1. Pagenaud, Simon 532
2. Power, Will 504
3. Castroneves, Helio 502
4. Newgarden, Josef 484
5. Rahal, Graham 477
6. Dixon, Scott 461
7. Kanaan, Tony 433
8. Montoya, Juan Pablo 433
9. Kimball, Charlie 432
10. Munoz, Carlos 430
11. Rossi, Alexander (R) 428
12. Hunter-Reay, Ryan 416
13. Hinchcliffe, James 404
14. Bourdais, Sebastien 347
15. Aleshin, Mikhail 339
16. Andretti, Marco 320
17. Sato, Takuma 313
18. Daly, Conor (R) 267
19. Chilton, Max (R) 229
20. Hawksworth, Jack 165
21. Pigot, Spencer (R) 121
22. Chaves, Gabby 84
23. Hildebrand, JR 72
24. Servia, Oriol 67
25. Carpenter, Ed 61
26. Filippi, Luca 55
27. Enerson, RC (R) 55
28. Bell, Townsend 46
29. Mann, Pippa 37
30. Brabham, Matt (R) 35
31. Tagliani, Alex 22
32. Karam, Sage 21
33. Clauson, Bryan 14
34. Wilson, Stefan (R) 12
35. Lazier, Buddy 659


Manufacturers
Chevy 1814
Honda 1710
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Q&A with Foyt team's new drivers
  IndyCar media conference
Two young drivers, Carlos Munoz and Conor Daly, have been hired to drive the No. 14 and No. 4 (not 41) ABC Supply Dallaras in the Verizon IndyCar Series. The No. 4 team will be based in A.J. Foyt's Speedway, Indiana race shop. One aspect that isn't changing is the team's red, white and blue colors because sponsor ABC Supply has renewed its contract with the Texas-based team for another two years.
A visit to Dallara's factory in Italy - Part 2
  by Lucille Dust
In our Part 2 of our 2-part series, today we are going to explore the expanding world of Dallara's Headquarters in Italy. Driving into the facility, you can see half of the buildings are obstructed by construction equipment moving earth and a few small trees.  There is a new building being constructed in front of the current buildings that will be used for various uses. Much to our disappointment, we were not even allowed to peek at the secret wind tunnel.
Q&A with Ed Carpenter and JR Hildebrand
  Hildebrand hired to replace Newgarden
On today's IndyCar media teleconference were Team owner/driver Ed Carpenter and JR Hildebrand. Last Friday, Ed Carpentier Racing announced it would welcome back driver JR Hildebrand as the full-time driver of the No. 21 Chevrolet beginning in 2017. JR Hildebrand and team owner Ed Carpenter, who will drive the No. 20 entry on the oval courses in 2017 were available to answer questions from the media.
A visit to Dallara's factory in Italy - Part 1
  by Lucille Dust
Hello from Italy! It is not unusual for me to report from a race track or a race event. But this time it was off to Italy and a tour of the Dallara factory in Varano de Melegari near Parma, Italy where IndyCars are designed and manufactured. My goal is to give you an inside look about what is happening at Dallara and how things works within their company. We arrived early for our appointment. As we were sitting in the reception area, a familiar gentleman walked by us and stopped as he recognized us from the IndyCar series.
Hildebrand lands 2017 ride with ECR
  Will replace Josef Newgarden
JR Hildebrand

After serving as an integral part of the Ed Carpenter Racing organization over the past three years during the Month of May, JR Hildebrand will return to full-time Indy car competition in 2017. The 28-year-old has joined ECR as the driver of the No. 21 Ed Carpenter Racing Chevrolet for the entirety of the 2017 Verizon IndyCar Series season. "Honestly, I just couldn't be more ready to get started!" stated Hildebrand. "I've been close to, but still outside of, this role for long enough to really understand and embrace the opportunity to be back in the Verizon IndyCar Series full-time."

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  From Las Vegas
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  The First Indy 500 Winner
The Marmon Wasp, one of America's most historic automobiles that was driven to victory in the first Indianapolis 500 race in 1911, makes its first visit to Las Vegas to appear at the 2016 SEMA Show. The car is part of a special public display at the Shell Pioneering Performance exhibition that features other significant race and performance cars. The Marmon Wasp is owned by the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Museum. The public display is part of a broad national program developed by the Historic Vehicle Association (HVA) to foster appreciation of America's automotive heritage.
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  Firestone test
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  by Brian Carroccio
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  IndyCar returns to an old CART venue
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