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2016 Standings
After Road America
Rank Driver Points

1 Simon Pagenaud 375
2 Helio Castroneves 301
3 Will Power 294
4 Scott Dixon 285
5 Josef Newgarden 283
6 Tony Kanaan 280
7 Carlos Munoz 262
8 Graham Rahal 261
9 Juan Pablo Montoya 259
10 Alexander Rossi 257
11 Ryan Hunter-Reay 256
12 Charlie Kimball 255
13 James Hinchcliffe 242
14 Sebastien Bourdais 222
15 Takuma Sato 186
Conor Daly 186
17 Marco Andretti 184
18 Mikhail Aleshin 169
19 Max Chilton 149
20 Jack Hawksworth 129
21 Spencer Pigot 97
22 Gabby Chaves 92
23 JR Hildebrand 84
24 Oriol Servia 72
25 Townsend Bell 55
26 Luca Filippi 45
27 Matt Brabham 37
28 Alex Tagliani 35
29 Ed Carpenter 33
Pippa Mann 33
31 Sage Karam 22
32 Bryan Clauson 21
33 Stefan Wilson 14
34 Buddy Lazier 12

Chevy 461
Honda 319
Latest IndyCar News and Commentary

IndyCar Mid-Ohio Friday Press Conference
Will Power
Scott Dixon
RC Enerson
Q&A with Mid-Ohio favorite Graham Rahal
  Ohio driver is defending champion
THE MODERATOR: We will go ahead and get started with our Verizon IndyCar Series post practice press conference. Joined by Graham Rahal, hometown hero here in Columbus. Graham, you just finished first practice. How did things go, what is your take on the track?
GRAHAM RAHAL: The track I think is really good. But obviously it feels like a lot of grip. You have a ton of cars running around here. This place is action packed, which is fun. But it's tough for us. We have to find a way to keep up with that a little bit, I would say modify the setup of the car a little bit to keep up.
IndyCar Toronto postscript
  by Brian Carroccio
There was intrigue aplenty oozing out of the concrete canyons and reconfigured circuit at Exhibition Place. Today, in AutoRacing1’s Honda Indy Toronto Postscript, I will use a topic/statement elaboration format to break down some of the key stories from the Verizon IndyCar Series’ annual pilgrimage to The Great White North.
IndyCar Toronto GP Sunday Press Conference
  Top-3 drivers
1. Will Power Penske Chevy
2, Helio Castroneves Penske Chevy
3. James Hinchcliffe SPM Honda
Will Power wins GP of Toronto
  Perfectly timed pitstop was winning move
Will Power used a perfectly timed final pitstop before a caution flag that got him in 2nd position when the green flew and when Tony Kanaan had to stop under green Power was in the lead and held it to the finish. Helio Castroneves gave Team Penske a 1-2 finish and local favorite James Hinchcliffe gave the crowd something to cheer about with a podium finish in 3rd. Tony Kanaan and Takuma Sato rounded out the top-5.
Toronto GP Saturday Press Conference
  Top Six Drivers in qualifying
Fast Six Drivers
  • Helio Castroneves
  • James Hinchcliffe
  • Sebastien Bourdais
  • Simon Pagenaud
  • Scott Dixon
  • Will Power
Dixon wins pole for Toronto Indy
  Chevy 1-2-3-4-5
Ganassi driver Scott Dixon turned the fastest lap in the final seconds of Fast Six shootout qualifying to lead a 1-2-3-4-5 Chevy sweep in qualifying for the Toronto Grand Prix IndyCar race. Dixon's time of 59.907s was just enough to nip Helio Castroneves who was on pole up until then at 59.943s.  Points leader Simon Pagenaud will roll off third ahead of Will Power and Sebastien Bourdais.
IndyCar Toronto GP Friday Press Conference
  IndyCar's only trip north of the border
Helio Castroneves
James Hinchcliffe
Simon Pagenaud
IndyCar Toronto Pre-Weekend Interviews
  Frijns, Filippi and Newgarden
Robn Frijns

Robin Frijns - Andretti Formula E driver to test IndyCar
Luca Filippi - Back with Dale Coyne Racing for Toronto
Josef Newgarden - Most recent race winner in Iowa

IndyCar Iowa postscript
  by Brian Carroccio
The Verizon IndyCar Series made its 10th annual pilgrimage to picturesque Iowa Speedway this past weekend. With its progressive banking and multiple grooves, the unique bullring nestled in the heart of America's Corn Belt has long produced very entertaining Indy car races. And while the 2016 edition of the Iowa Corn 300 did feature a number of entertaining scraps, such battles were not to be found at the front of the field. Simply put, Josef Newgarden had other plans.
IndyCar Toronto Preview
  At Exhibition Place
The Honda Indy Toronto will be the 32nd Indy car race on the streets of Exhibition Place. Newgarden won the race in 2015. The Honda Indy Toronto will be the eighth race on a road/street course in 2016. The first six races were won by Montoya (St. Petersburg), Pagenaud (Long Beach, Barber and Grand Prix of Indianapolis), Bourdais (Belle Isle-1) and Power (Belle Isle-2 and Road America).
IndyCar Iowa Sunday Press Conference
  Top-3 finishers
1- Josef Newgarden - Chevy
2 - Will Power - Chevy
3- Scott Dixon - Chevy
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