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2015 Standings
After Fontana
Rank Driver Points

1. Juan Pablo Montoya, 407.
2. Will Power, 361.
3. Scott Dixon, 358.
4. Graham Rahal, 334.
5. Helio Castroneves, 330.
6. Marco Andretti, 308.
7. Sebastien Bourdais, 290.
8. Tony Kanaan, 285.
9. Josef Newgarden, 277.
10. Simon Pagenaud, 256.
11. Charlie Kimball, 248.
12. Carlos Munoz, 236.
13. Takuma Sato, 213.
14. Ryan Hunter-Reay, 210.
15. James Jakes, 190.
16. Gabby Chaves, 178.
17. Jack Hawksworth, 171.
18. Luca Filippi, 161.
19. Stefano Coletti, 140.
20. James Hinchcliffe, 129.
21. Sage Karam, 126.
22. Tristan Vautier, 91.
23. Conor Daly, 81.
24. Ryan Briscoe, 75.
25. Simona de Silvestro, 66.
26. Sebastian Saavedra, 61.
27. J.R. Hildebrand, 57.
28. Pippa Mann, 46.
29. Rodolfo Gonzalez, 40.
30. Francesco Dracone, 38.
31. Townsend Bell, 32.
32. Carlos Huertas, 31.
33. Alex Tagliani, 27.
34. Ed Carpenter, 27.
35. Justin Wilson, 25.
36. James Davison, 10.
37. Oriol Servia, 10.
38. Bryan Clauson, 10

Manufacturers
Chevy 1,108
Honda 921
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An Interview with IndyCar boss Mark Miles
  Media Conference after exciting MAVTV 500
IndyCar boss Mark Miles answered question Wednesday for about one hour on a whole host of topics around the IndyCar series after putting on the most exciting race in the history of motorsports last Sunday - the MAVTV500 at Fontana that featured over 3,500 on-track passes. It was wild and and exciting, put some of the drivers complained it was too dangerous. Miles talks about the Fontana race as well as next year's IndyCar schedule
IndyCar Fontana postscript
  by Brian Carroccio
Saturday, a young American with charisma, prodigious bloodlines scored a breakthrough win after years of frustration and heavy criticism in an, frenzied, edge-of-your-seat shootout. He was joined on the podium by another young American with prodigious bloodlines for the first time in their careers. Yet everyone is arguing over what the race should have been, with absolutely zero focus on what it actually was. That more than anything seems to be problem in a nutshell. That and the fact INDYCAR can’t seem to win, even when it does.
IndyCar Fontana MAVTV 500 Saturday Press Conference
  Top-3 finishers
An Interview:
1st Graham Rahal - Honda
2nd Tony Kanaan - Chevy
3rd Marco Andretti - Honda
Rahal wins exciting MAVTV IndyCar race
  by Lucille Dust
Graham Rahal won his 2nd career IndyCar race at Auto Club Speedway Saturday in the MAVTV 500 over Tony Kanaan and Marco Andretti in perhaps the best IndyCar race ever run. A record 83 lead changes saw drivers running up to 5-wide touching wheels that had fans on the edge of their seat for all 250 laps.  Juan Montoya and Sage Karam rounded out the top-5.
IndyCar Fontana Friday Press Conference
  Top-3 qualifiers
Drivers:
1st Simon Pagenaud - Chevy
2nd Helio Castroneves - Chevy
3rd Marco Andretti - Honda
Pagenaud leads Penske sweep in Fontana
  by Lucille Dust
Simon Pagenaud led a Team Penske sweep of the front row in earning his second career Indy car pole and first on an oval for the MAVTV 500 with a two-lap average speed of 218.952 mph on the 2-mile Auto Club Speedway oval. Pagenaud, driving the No. 22 Penske Truck Rental Chevrolet, topped teammate Helio Castroneves' who qualified second. Marco Andretti will start 3rd with a speed of 217.797 mph and Ed Carpenter will start on the outside of Row 2 with a speed of 217.666 mph.
IndyCar Toronto postscript
  by Brian Carroccio
We saw one fine motor race Sunday afternoon at Exhibition Place in Toronto. Variable weather conditions, mostly-clean yet still aggressive driving in said conditions, and a popular young American scoring an impressive second career victory are but a few of the topics we'll get to from this weekend's Honda Indy Toronto. But we begin with a less-than-uplifting subject for about half the Verizon IndyCar Series teams.
IndyCar Toronto Sunday Press Conference
  Chevy sweeps top-3
An interview with: 
1st Josef Newgarden
2nd Luca Filippi
3rd Helio Castroneves
Newgarden beats Filippi in exciting Toronto race
  by Mark J. Cipolloni
In perhaps the best IndyCar race ever run on the wet-to-dry streets of Toronto, American Josef Newgarden held off his CFH Racing teammate Luca Filippi from Italy by just over 1 second for his 2nd IndyCar victory. More importantly they beat Penske teammates Helio Castroneves and Will Power who finished 3rd and 4th. Sebastien Bourdais rounded out the top-5.
IndyCar Toronto Saturday Press Conference
  Fast Six drivers
An interview with:
Will Power
Juan Pablo Montoya
Scott Dixon
Sebastien Bourdais
Luca Filippi
Simon Pagenaud
Powers takes IndyCar pole in Toronto
  As Chevys again dominate
Reigning Verizon IndyCar Series champion Will Power earned his second consecutive Verizon P1 Award and fifth of the season by recording the quickest lap of the Firestone Fast Six during qualifications for the Honda Indy Toronto. Power, driving the No. 1 Verizon Team Penske Chevrolet, passed Rick Mears for fifth on the all-time Indy car list with his 41st pole. Teammate Helio Castroneves is the active leader with 43.
IndyCar Toronto Friday Press Conference
  Honda Indy Toronto Post-Practice Press Conference
Drivers:
Luca Filippi
Josef Newgarden
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