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2016 Standings
After Alabama GP
Rank Driver Points

1 Pagenaud, Simon 188
2 Dixon, Scott 140
3 Montoya, Juan Pablo 136
4 Castroneves, Helio 118
5 Kanaan, Tony 106
6 Rahal, Graham 100
7 Power, Will 94
8 Newgarden, Josef 91
9 Sato, Takuma 90
10 Hunter-Reay, Ryan 87
11 Kimball, Charlie 80
12 Hinchcliffe, James 75
13 Aleshin, Mikhail 70
14 Bourdais, Sebastien 69
15 Munoz, Carlos 66
16 Chilton, Max (R) 64
17 Andretti, Marco 61
18 Rossi, Alexander (R) 59
19 Daly, Conor (R) 59
20 Hawksworth, Jack 50
21 Filippi, Luca 45
22 Pigot, Spencer (R) 16
23 Servia, Oriol 12
24 Carpenter, Ed 9


Manufacturers
Chevy 461
Honda 319
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Q&A with Alexander Rossi the day after the Indy 500
  INDY
Good morning, everyone. Let's welcome the 100th running of the Indianapolis 500 presented by PennGrade Motor Oil, Alexander Rossi, back here in the Economaki Press Conference Room. I'm sure since you were last here it's been kind of a whirlwind 18 hours or so. Tell us what's been going on.
ALEXANDER ROSSI: A lot of pictures. It was the most pictures I've ever taken in my entire life. No, I think when I pulled into victory lane, I was blown away with the fact that I had won, but I had no idea, even remotely, what was then around the corner from that. It's just been -- this entire month has been something that I'm blown away every single day, and that hasn't ceased to stop. I'm enjoying it and just trying to embrace it as much as I can, all the while appreciate what happened yesterday.
Indy 500 Post-Race Press Conference
  Winning Driver and Team Owners
Participants
Winner: Alexander Rossi
Team Co-Owner Bryan Herta
Team Co-Owner Michael Andretti
Rookie Alexander Rossi wins 100th Indy 500
  by Tim Wohlford

In the best Indy 500 ever, Alexander Rossi turned the fastest race lap (225.288 mph) and then nursed his car to the start-finish line on fumes to win the 2016 Indy 500. His car didn’t even make it back to pit road, having run out of gas before he crossed the Yard of Bricks. Teammate Carlos Munoz finished second, and Josef Newgarden finished third. But the big story was Rossi who started his career with an eye on F1, ran out of money, and switched to IndyCar only to win the biggest race in the world on his first try.

Indy 500 Post-Race Press Conference (2nd & 3rd Place)
  2nd and 3rd Place
Newgarden takes 3rd

Drivers:
2nd Carlos Munoz
3rd Josef Newgarden

It's all quiet now at the Speedway
  by Mark J. Cipolloni

It’s all quiet now at the greatest sports venue in America, the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. The crews are done tinkering with the cars, the drivers off to bed early and the maintenance crews are doing their final touches – cleaning up the trash from the past two weeks, and putting a shine on the place before the 350,000 adrenaline junkies come flowing through the gates for the 100th time to witness the greatest spectacle in racing, the Indy 500.

Q&A with Indy 500 Pace Car Driver Roger Penske
  Winningest team owner in Indy history
Like the Indy 500, Mr. Penske, too, is celebrating a milestone this year. This is his 50th year as a team owner in motorsports. And his list of accomplishments, I could be here all morning, but I think the most pertinent one for this day is that his teams have won this race a record 16 times including a year ago with Juan Pablo Montoya. To pace this year's Indy 500, Mr. Penske will be driving a 2017 Camaro SS, 50th Anniversary Edition. It's the ninth time the a Camaro has paced the field, 27th time for Chevrolet since 1948.
Q&A with Chip Ganassi Racing
  On media Day at Indy
Chip Ganassi Racing
Scott Dixon
Tony Kanaan
Charlie Kimball
Max Chilton
Q&A with KVSH Racing
  Bourdais, Wilson and Brabham

KVSH Racing
Sebastien Bourdais
Stefan Wilson
Matthew Brabham

QC&A with Team Penske
  On Media Day At Indy
Team Penske
Juan Montoya
Helio Castroneves
Will Power
Simon Pagenaud
Q&A with Ed Carpenter Racing
  On media day at Indy
Ed Carpenter Racing
Ed Carpenter
Josef Newgarden
JR Hildebrand
Q&A with Indy 500 polesitter
  James Hinchcliffe
James Hinchcliffe

Today's guest won his first Verizon IndyCar Series pole position and did it for the biggest race of the season, the 100th Indianapolis 500. We welcome to the call James Hinchcliffe of Schmidt Peterson Motorsports. James is the driver of the No. 5 Arrow Schmidt Peterson Motorsports Honda, and sits provisionally fifth in points after winning 42 points for winning the pole for Sunday's Indy 500.

Predicting who will win the 100th Indy 500
  by Brian Carroccio
We all know this coming weekend is an important one for the Indianapolis Motor Speedway and Verizon IndyCar Series. The week got off to a good start with a heartwarming run to pole position by James Hinchcliffe Sunday. And you know the story. The beloved Mayor of Hinchtown of course nearly died last year in practice for the Indianapolis 500, when his legs were shish-kebabed together by a metal rod after a vicious accident. However, Hinchcliffe will lead the field of 33 to the green flag this coming Sunday.
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