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Rank Driver Points

1 Josef Newgarden 434
2 Alexander Rossi 430
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28 Charlie Kimball 32
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30 Sage Karam 31
31 Pippa Mann 28
32 Kyle Kaiser 22
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1 Rosenqvist, Felix 239
2 Ferrucci, Santino 223
3 Herta, Colton 209
4 Ericsson, Marcus 193
5 O'Ward, Patricio 115
6 Hanley, Ben 31
7 Kaiser, Kyle 22
8 King, Jordan 12

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1. Honda 901
2. Chevy 842

IndyCar Drivers Disagree on Push-To-Pass

by Lucille Dust
Wednesday, July 10, 2019

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As the IndyCar series heads across the border to Toronto, Ontario for the Hondy Indy Toronto this weekend, the teams have been working on race strategy for the narrow temporary street course at Exhibition Place.  Part of that strategy will be fuel mileage, execution of pit stops in the tricky S shaped pit lane and when to use the 200 seconds of push-to-pass (P2P) that is allowed for this race.

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