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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

Chevy 1814
Honda 1710
Latest IndyCar News and Commentary

IndyCar driver Juan Montoya wins 2017 ROC
  Race of Champions in Miami
Juan Montoya drives to victory

IndyCar driver and 2015 Indy 500 winner Juan Montoya gave the locals something to cheer about by winning the 2017 Race of Champions in Miami. Montoya is from Miami and he narrowly beat Tom Kristensen in the best out of three races in the finals.  But to get to the finals both drivers had to defeat the best drivers in the world from Formula 1, NASCAR, World Rally, RallyCross, WEC and IndyCar. In the end IndyCar had something to cheer about as one of their drivers proved to be the best of the best.

Q&A with Hinchcliffe and Jay Frye
  IndyCar Media Day

James Hinchcliffe
Jay Frye - President of Competition and Operations

Q&A with Power, Newgarden and Hunter-Reay
  IndyCar Media Day

Will Power
Josef Newgarden
Ryan Hunter-Reay

Q&A with Pagenaud, G. Rahal, & Castroneves
  IndyCar Media Day

Simon Pagenaud
Graham Rahal
Helio Castroneves

Q&A with Kanaan, Rossi & Dixon
  IndyCar Media Day

Tony Kanaan
Alexander Rossi
Scott Dixon

Q&A with Jay Frye on planned new IndyCar bodykit
  With Alexander Rossi and Josef Newgarden

Jay Frye - Indy Car Director of Competition
Alexander Rossi - Andretti Autosport, Indy 500 winner
Josef Newgarden - Team Penske
INDYCAR News and Notes

1. Kanaan excited for Rolex 24 opportunity
2. Texas Motor Speedway undergoing repave, reconfiguring of Turns 1-2
3. Daly looks to win vote to join Hinchcliffe at Race Of Champions
4. Racing legend Jones auctioning unique autographed helmets
5. Rahal enjoys cool fun at Bridgestone Winter Classic
6. Rickards joins Carlin for 2017 Indy Lights season

Racing Year in Review 2016
  by Brian Carroccio
My colleague Pete McCole will be handling the NASCAR side of things for 2016. So, what follows is the AutoRacing1 2016 Year in Review for open wheel/formula car racing with some sports cars and rallycross sprinkled in. In this article we cover some lessons from 2016, Driver of the Year, Newcomer of the Year, Race of the Year, Best Return of the year, Best Car of the Year, Worst Career Trajectory, Most Bizarre Race of the Year, Most Disappointing Title Defense, PR Move of the Year, The Craziest Finish, The Biggest S***show, The Feel Good Comeback Story of the Year, and Goodbyes.
IndyCar 2017 aero freeze helps Chevy teams
  Advantage cemented in for 2017 experts believe the IndyCar aero kit freeze for 2017 will give Team Penske and the rest of the Chevy teams a guaranteed advantage for 2017. The edge came from aero kit supplier Chevrolet's superiority over rival Honda, and with no changes allowed for 2017, that advantage is locked in for another whole year with no chance Honda can try and catch up. What a gift to Chevy that was from IndyCar.
Andretti, Steinbrenner, Herta teleconference (incls Video)
  Q&A session with media
Michael Andretti - Team Owner
Hank Steinbrenner - Chairman of NY Yankees
George Steinbrenner IV - principal Steinbrenner Racing
Colton Herta - #98 Indy Lights driver
Q&A with Ganassi IndyCar driver Max Chilton
Earlier today Chip Ganassi Racing announced that Max Chilton will return to the team and will again race the No. 8 IndyCar with sponsorship from Arthur J. Gallagher - returning to Chip Ganassi Racing for a second season in the Verizon IndyCar Series. He will again team with Scott Dixon, Tony Kanaan and Charlie Kimball.
Q&A with IndyCar Dancer James Hinchliffe
  Heartbreak loss in final round of Dancing with the Stars
Schmidt Peterson Motorsports driver James Hinchcliffe finished runner-up on season 23 of Dancing with the Stars, the hit celebrity dance competition show that airs on INDYCAR’ S partner network ABC. James finished second from 13 original celebrity competitors, with Olympic gymnast Laurie Hernandez taking home the prize as the champion. 
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