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2017 Point Standings
After Sonoma
Rank Driver Points

1 Josef Newgarden 642
2 Simon Pagenaud 629
3 Scott Dixon 621
4 Helio Castroneves 598
5 Will Power 562
6 Graham Rahal 522
7 Alexander Rossi 494
8 Takuma Sato 441
9 Ryan Hunter-Reay 421
10 Tony Kanaan 403
11 Max Chilton 396
12 Marco Andretti 388
13 James Hinchcliffe 376
14 Ed Jones 354
15 JR Hildebrand 347
16 Carlos Munoz 328
17 Charlie Kimball 327
18 Conor Daly 305
19 Mikhail Aleshin 237
20 Spencer Pigot 218
21 Sebastien Bourdais 214
22 Ed Carpenter 169
23 Gabby Chaves 98
24 Juan Pablo Montoya 93
25 Esteban Gutierrez 91
26 Sebastian Saavedra 80
27 Oriol Servia 61
28 Jack Harvey 57
29 Fernando Alonso 47
30 Pippa Mann 32
31 Zachary Claman DeMelo 26
32 Jay Howard 24
33 Zach Veach 23
34 Sage Karam 23
35 James Davison 21
36 Tristan Vautier 15
37 Buddy Lazier 14

Rookie of Year Standings
1. Ed Jones 354
2. Esteban Gutierrez 91
3. Jack Harvey 57
4. Fernando Alonso 47
5. Zach Veach 23

Manufacturer Standings
1. Chevy 1489
2. Honda 1326

Latest IndyCar News and Commentary
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Miles and Rahal discuss 2018 IndyCar Schedule
  Watkins Glen terminates IndyCar contract one year early

Participants
IndyCar CEO - Mark Miles
Driver - Graham Rahal

2018 Verizon IndyCar Series schedule
  Portland replaces Watkins Glen

Consistency and stability, plus the return of a favored track in the Pacific Northwest, highlight INDYCAR’s announcement of the 2018 Verizon IndyCar Series schedule that again contains 17 races. Sixteen of the 17 races from this year’s exciting and momentum-building season return in 2018, with most falling in the same spot on the calendar to further capitalize on their date equity. The newcomer to next year’s schedule is Portland International Raceway, which hosted Indy car races under CART and Champ Car sanction from 1984-2007, including what is still the closest race finish in Indy car history on a road or street course. The Portland event is set for Labor Day weekend in 2018.

Kanaan and Foyt Q&A
  After Kanaan announced as driver of the #14

Participants
A.J. Foyt
Larry Foyt
Tony Kanaan

Team Penske Q&A - Castroneves being sent to 'farm' club
  Will race fulltime in IMSA

Participants
Roger Penske
Helio Castroneves

Sonoma Go-Pro Grand Prix Sunday Press Conference
  Team Penske
Participants

1 - Josef Newgarden (Team Penske Chevy)
2 - Simon Pagenaud (Team Penske Chevy)
Roger Penske (Team Penske)
Tim Cindric (Team Penske)
3 - Will Power (Team Penske Chevy)
5 - Helio Castroneves (Team Penske Chevy)
Pagenaud wins race, Newgarden title at Sonoma
  2nd place for Newgarden gives young American title

Simon Pagenaud used a 4 pitstop strategy to get out ahead of then race leader Josef Newgarden after the final pitstop to win the Sonoma Go-Pro Grand Prix, but it was not enough to overtake Newgarden for the 2017 IndyCar title. Will Power was right behind Newgarden at the end to give Team Penske a 1-2-3 finish and a 1-2-3 in the championship. Scott Dixon came home 4th while Helio Castroneves rounded out the top-5 in what might be his last IndyCar race.

IndyCar Sonoma Saturday Press Conference
  Top-3 Qualifiers

Drivers:
1 - Josef Newgarden - Penske Chevy/Penske Shocks
2 - Simon Pagenaud - Penske Chevy/Penske Shocks
3 - Helio Castroneves - Penske Chevy/Penske Shocks

Newgarden leads Penske 1-2-3-4 in Sonoma qualifying
  Penske shock package unbeatable
Josef Newgarden will start from pole tomorrow

Josef Newgarden led a Team Penske sweep of the top-4 qualifying positions in winning pole for tomorrow's GoPro Grand Prix of Sonoma. It was the second career pole for the driver of the No. 2 hum by Verizon Team Penske Chevrolet and first of 2016. Will Power was second, three-hundredths behind Newgarden with Simon Pagenaud, Helio Castroneves and Takuma Sato rounding out the top-five

Zach Veach IndyCar sponsor announcement
  For 2018
Participants

Michael Andretti
Zach Veach
Dan Towriss
Q&A with Honda HPD boss Art St. Cyr
  At Sonoma

Today’s Honda Racing Media Availability at Sonoma Raceway with Art St. Cyr, president , Honda Performance Development. Seven victories so far in 2017, at least one from each Honda‑powered team, and a chance at the championship going into the final event underscores the strength of the Honda team and driver lineup, unlike Chevy which has Team Penske and the rest of the Chevys are backmarkers.

Q&A with Alexander Rossi and Sebastien Bourdais
  Ahead of season finale
Drivers

Sebastien Bourdais
Alexander Rossi
IndyCar Championship Contenders Press Conference
  Top-5 Drivers
Drivers

Scott Dixon
Josef Newgarden
Simon Pagenaud
Will Power
Helio Castroneves
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