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2015 Standings
After Mid-Ohio
Rank Driver Points

1 Juan Pablo Montoya #2 465
2 Graham Rahal #15 456
3 Scott Dixon #9 431
4 Helio Castroneves #3 407
5 Will Power #1 406
6 Sebastien Bourdais #11 379
7 Marco Andretti #27 378
8 Josef Newgarden #67 370
9 Tony Kanaan #10 354
10 Simon Pagenaud #22 329
11 Ryan Hunter-Reay #28 304
12 Carlos Munoz #26 303
13 Charlie Kimball #83 282
14 Takuma Sato #14 246
15 Gabby Chaves #98 229
16 James Jakes #7 227
17 Jack Hawksworth #41 226
18 Sage Karam #8 180
19 Stefano Coletti #4 171
20 Luca Filippi #20 170.

Manufacturers
Chevy 1,309
Honda 1,029
Latest IndyCar News and Commentary
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IndyCar driver thoughts from Phoenix test
  Verizon IndyCar Testing Session Feb. 8, 2016
Drivers
Helio Castroneves
Simon Pagenaud
Will Power
Juan Montoya
Ed Carpenter
Josef Newgarden

Latest Happenings in the World of Racing
  by Brian Carroccio

In what is typically a time of dryness and despair for motor racing fans, there was a bit of a respite this weekend in the form of an entertaining Rolex 24 at Daytona. While there were many enjoyable parts of the famous enduro, particularly the race to the finish in the GTLM class, for my money, the story of this weekend’s race was the breakout performance of Pipo Derani. There have, of course, been other stories in the world of racing of late.


RHR, Pagenaud, Brabham, Carpenter, Karam, Munoz
  Q&A from IndyCar Media Day
Drivers:
Ryan Hunter-Reay, Andretti Autosport
Simon Pagenaud, Team Penske
Matthew Brabham, KVSH Racing
Ed Carpenter, Ed Carpenter Racing
Sage Karam, Dreyer & Reinbold
Carlos Munoz, Andretti Autosport
Q&A with Montoya and Power
  At IndyCar Media Day
Juan Pablo Montoya, Team Penske
Will Power, Team Penske
Reliving the finish of the 99th running of the Indianapolis 500. Going back and watching the last 10 laps of that race, it almost seemed like Will you were exactly where you wanted to be. You held everybody at bay until Juan got you in the end. What's going through your mind in the last 10 laps?
Mark Miles on the State of IndyCar
  At IndyCar Media Day
Mark Miles, CEO, Hulman & Company, gave his assessment of the state of IndyCar at today's IndyCar pre-season media day at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. He talks about the new races for 2017, the increase in TV ratings from minuscule to minuscule +50%, the increase in leader circle team payouts, the increase in attendance at the Speedway, technical enhancements made to the cars, and the challenge of TV time slots to increase ratings.
Q&A with Daly, Chilton, Pigot and Aleshin
  IndyCar media day
Drivers
Conor Daly, Dale Coyne Racing
Max Chilton, Chip Ganassi Racing Teams
Spencer Pigot, Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing
Mikhail Aleshin, Schmidt Peterson Motorsports
Q & A: Honda resigns with IndyCar for 2 more years
  Mark Miles and Art St. Cyr
Art St. Cyr, President, Honda Performance Development, and Mark Miles, CEO, Hulman and Company address the IndyCar media members in attendance on Honda's announcement that they have resigned with IndyCar for the 2016 and 2017 season. St. Cyr was still on a high after Honda trounced Ford and Chevy last weekend to win the Rolex 24 at Daytona.
Doug Boles gives Indy 500 update
  Upgrades being made to IMS ahead of 100th Indy 500
Indianapolis Motor Speedway President Doug Boles updated the media Tuesday on the status of $50 million in changes and upgrades that the are being made to the facility ahead of the 100th running of the Indianapolis 500 in May. Another $42 million is slated to be spent in the next two years.
Team Penske to Celebrate 50th Anniversary in 2016
  NASCAR Hall of Fame Exhibit Will Launch Exciting Year in January
Team Penske unveiled its plans today for the year-long celebration of its 50th Anniversary in motorsports during 2016. The team will wave the green flag on the commemorative activities by displaying an exhibit at the NASCAR Hall of Fame in Charlotte, NC in January. “Celebrating the 50th Anniversary of Team Penske” will be a multi-faceted program that will reach into retail and merchandise, media and fan engagement, sponsor partnerships and special events
The future of motorsports faces great peril
  by Mark J. Cipolloni
I don't know when it's going to happen. It could be within the next 10 years. Maybe 15 years. For certain within 20 years. All the experts say that the future of automobiles is all-electric and self-driving. So what becomes of auto racing when cars are silent and driving is no longer a thing people do? Will there be any fans left to sustain the sport? Will people pay to sit in the grandstands watching a race in silence? Will people pay to watch silent race cars running around a track with no drivers in them?
IndyCar News and Notes
  by Brian Carroccio
It's a slow time for the world of major auto racing. Sure, you had the Roar Before the Rolex 24 this past weekend, with practice for this upcoming weekend’s Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals Presented by General Tire having started. However, generally speaking, this is a slow period for racing. That said, there has been some news of late in the Verizon IndyCar Series.
AR1 Faces in the Paddock: Wayne Selman
  by Lucille Dust
The AR1 Faces in the Paddock series shares the stories of the men and women behind the scenes working in the racing industry. In our latest installment, AutoRacing1 IndyCar Correspondent Lucille Dust spends a few minutes with racing lifer Wayne Selman. A former crewman and current transporter driver for CFH Racing, Selman shares some of his experience from two-plus decades working in Indy Car racing. Enjoy!
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