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2015 Standings
After Milwaukee
Rank Driver Points

1 Juan Montoya 439
2 Scott Dixon 385
3 Helio Castroneves 370
- Graham Rahal 370
5 Will Power 369
6 Sebastien Bourdais 343
7 Marco Andretti 332
8 Tony Kanaan 314
9 Josef Newgarden 309
10 Simon Pagenaud 278
11 Charlie Kimball 266
12 Carlos Munoz 251
13 Takuma Sato 229
14 Ryan Hunter-Reay 227
15 James Jakes 197
- Gabby Chaves 197
17 Jack Hawksworth 184
18 Luca Filippi 161
19 Stefano Coletti 150
20 Sage Karam 137
21 James Hinchcliffe 129
22 Tristan Vautier 105
23 Ryan Briscoe 84
24 Conor Daly 81
25 Simona De Silvestro 66
26 Sebastian Saavedra 61
27 JR Hildebrand 57
28 Pippa Mann 52
29 Ed Carpenter 47
30 Rodolfo Gonzalez 40
31 Justin Wilson 38
- Francesco Dracone 38
33 Townsend Bell 32
34 Carlos Huertas 31
35 Alex Tagliani 27
36 Bryan Clauson 10
- Oriol Servia 10
- James Davison 10.

Manufacturers
Chevy 1,213
Honda 959
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  by Lucille Dust
The fans that attend the Chevrolet Detroit Belle Isle Grand Prix got something no other race goers did in 2015: two Verizon IndyCar Series championship races in the same weekend. Sure, the weekend was plagued by foul weather, which caused session delays, and certainly added to the challenges that comes with attending a race. However, since the doubleheader format was implemented in 2013, there have been seven race weekends features two events. And all indications are they have been a hit with fans.
IndyCar Iowa Postscript
  by Brian Carroccio
Granted, it doesn't happen often. But as they did in Saturday's Iowa Corn 300, when Americans drivers swept the top-4 positions and 6 of the top-7, the Verizon IndyCar Series will every now and again, and often when you least expect it, make the spine tingle with absolute delight. But it's never exactly long lasting. As we saw with yesterday's bungled, poorly-worded and ill-timed announcement that the series was cracking down on disparaging remarks, we were reminded there is perhaps no entity with such an uncanny ability to piss on its own parade as INDYCAR.
Q&A with IndyCar rookie sensation Sage Karam
  I would not change a thing Karam says
Verizon IndyCar Series rookie Sage Karam is the driver of the No. 8 Comfort Revolution/Big Machine Record Chevrolet Ganassi Racing entry and is second in the season-long Sunoco Rookie of the Year standings.  He scored his first podium in the Verizon IndyCar Series at the Iowa Corn 300 on Saturday night and he did it with some fairly aggressive driving that ruffled the feathers of a few veteran drivers.
A Better Idea to Save Auto Racing
  by Stephen Cox
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IndyCar Iowa Post-Race Press Conference
  Top-3
An interview with
Ryan Hunter-Reay (Andretti Autosport)
Josef Newgarden (CFH Racing)
Sage Karam (Chip Ganassi Racing Teams)
Michael Andretti (owner, Andretti Autosport)
Hunter-Reay breaks thru for 1st win in 2015
  Americans 1-2-3-4
Ryan Hunter-Reay won this evening’s Iowa Corn 300 at Iowa Speedway. It was the first win of 2015 for the driver of the #28 DHL Honda, 15th of his Indy car career, and third victory at Iowa in 4 years. CFH Racing’s Josef Newgarden was second, with Sage Karam scoring his career best finish bringing home the #8 Comfort Revolution Chevrolet in third. Graham Rahal made it an American 1-2-3-4, with Carlos Munoz rounding out the top-five.
IndyCar Iowa Pole Press Conference
  Top-2
An interview with:
Helio Castroneves
Tony Kanaan
Castroneves leads Chevy qualifying sweep in Iowa
  by Mark J. Cipolloni
Helio Castroneves and Tony Kanaan will start from the front row in the Iowa Corn 300 tonight leading a Chevy sweep of the top-7 positions. Castroneves posted a two-lap average speed of 183.480 mph (35.0817 seconds) on the 0.894-mile oval to earn the 44th pole of his career. Kanaan posted a two-lap average of 183.125 mph (35.1497 seconds) for his first front-row start of the season.
Andretti Autosport Press Conference
  From Iowa
An interview with:
Marco Andretti
Ryan Hunter-Reay
Carlos Munoz
Justin Wilson
Team Penske Press IndyCar Conference
  From Iowa
An Interview With:
Helio Castroneves
Juan Pablo Montoya
Will Power
Simon Pagenaud
Milwaukee Indy Postscript
  by Brian Carroccio
Sebastien Bourdais scored his 34th career Indy car win in Sunday's ABC Supply Wisconsin 250 at Milwaukee Indyfest presented by the Metro Milwaukee Honda Dealers. Taking advantage of the decision to stay out when those ahead of him pit on lap 117, Bourdais utilized the clean air to build a lap advantage over the field by his final pit stop on lap 212. He was able to make that final stop without surrendering the lead, and held on for victory in what was as impressive a performance as we've seen on an oval in years.
IndyCar Milwaukee Sunday Press Conference
  Top-3
An interview with:
1st Sebastien Bourdais - Chevy
2nd Helio Castroneves - Chevy
3rd Graham Rahal - Honda
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