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2016 Standings
After Alabama GP
Rank Driver Points

1 Pagenaud, Simon 188
2 Dixon, Scott 140
3 Montoya, Juan Pablo 136
4 Castroneves, Helio 118
5 Kanaan, Tony 106
6 Rahal, Graham 100
7 Power, Will 94
8 Newgarden, Josef 91
9 Sato, Takuma 90
10 Hunter-Reay, Ryan 87
11 Kimball, Charlie 80
12 Hinchcliffe, James 75
13 Aleshin, Mikhail 70
14 Bourdais, Sebastien 69
15 Munoz, Carlos 66
16 Chilton, Max (R) 64
17 Andretti, Marco 61
18 Rossi, Alexander (R) 59
19 Daly, Conor (R) 59
20 Hawksworth, Jack 50
21 Filippi, Luca 45
22 Pigot, Spencer (R) 16
23 Servia, Oriol 12
24 Carpenter, Ed 9


Manufacturers
Chevy 461
Honda 319
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100th Indy 500 Continues ABC Memorial Day Tradition
  ESPN’s Production Includes 100 Cameras, ESPN3 Second-Screen Experience
With a record 100 cameras in use, ABC will televise the historic 100th running of the Indianapolis 500 on Sunday, May 29 at 11 a.m. ET. Annually one of ESPN’s largest and most complex television productions, the Indianapolis 500 telecast is even larger this year with the milestone of the 100th running of the Greatest Spectacle in Racing. Airing on ABC for the 52nd consecutive year, and streaming live on WatchESPN for the first time, the telecast begins with a pre-race show at 11 a.m. and then polesitter James Hinchcliffe will lead the field of 33 to the green flag at 12:17 p.m.
Indy 500 Pole Day Press Conference
  Top-3 Drivers
Drivers:
1st - James Hinchcliffe
2nd - Josef Newgarden
3rd - Ryan Hunter-Reay
Hinchcliffe wins pole for 100th Indy 500
  by Tim Wohlford
"The worst four laps of the month" is one of the more charitable things said about qualifying at Indy.  A few years ago, Dario quipped that he "talked to Jesus", to which Helio replied that he thought he saw Jesus during his run. By all accounts, it's the toughest thing you can do in auto sports.  And this year, everyone had to do this at least twice. When the dust settled, the crowd was treated to a thrilling shootout for the top 9 places, with James Hinchcliffe narrowly beating Josef Newgarden for the Pole.  Joining them on the top row will be Ryan Hunter-Reay.
Indy 500 Saturday Qualifying Press Conference
  Six Drivers
Drivers
James Hinchcliffe
Juan Pablo Montoya
Ryan Hunter-Reay
Mikhail Aleshin
Townsend Bell
Will Power
Hinchcliffe and Hunter-Reay lead Honda 1-2
  by Tim Wohlford
Okay, who predicted that the Hondas would be fastest in qualification (5 of the top 9), that the fastest drive of the day would be by James Hinchcliffe, and that all five of the Andretti cars would be among the top 11?  And that the fastest Ganassi efforts would be Dixon in 13th?  And that the last hour of this contrived “meaningless” day of qualification would actually be a ton of fun?  YOU LIE!
Chip Ganassi Team Q&A from Indy
  on Fast Friday
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Chip Ganassi
Scott Dixon
Tony Kanaan
Charlie Kimball
Max Chilton
Mike Hull
Rahal, Letterman Lanigan Team Q&A from Indy
  On Fast Friday
Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing
Bobby Rahal
Mike Lanigan
Graham Rahal
Spencer Pigot
Team Penske Q&A from Indy
  From Indianapolis
Team Penske Racing
Roger Penske
Tim Cindric
Helio Castroneves
Juan Pablo Montoya
Simon Pagenaud
Will Power
KV Racing Q&A from Indy
  From Indianapolis
Drivers/Team Members
Sebastien Bourdais
Jimmy Vasser
Brett Murray
Matt Brabham
Stefan Wilson
Power and Newgarden over 232 mph at Indy
  Chevy 1-2 followed by 9 Hondas
Chevy drivers Will Power and Josef Newgarden topped the Fast Friday practice times at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway ahead of Saturday qualifications for the 100th running of the Indy 500. Power's speed of 232.672 mph was the fastest lap of the week so far but was with a tow. James Hinchcliffe was 3rd at 231.972 mph in his Honda and he was followed by 8 other Hondas.
Indy: Q&A with Chaves, Bell and Kimball
  After Thursday practice
Drivers:
1st - Gabby Chaves
2nd - Townsend Bell
5th - Charlie Kimball
Lionheart - Remembering Dan Wheldon
  by Mark J. Cipolloni
I was at Las Vegas Motor Speedway the day IndyCar driver Dan Wheldon lost his life. There wasn't a dry eye in the paddock and media center. It was a day I will, sadly, never forget. To say Dan was a 'character' would be an understatement. When he was in the vicinity you knew it. Dan touched a lot of people. But first and foremost Dan was a great race car driver. Lionheart - Remembering Dan Wheldon is a book about the life of Dan Wheldon, a life that ended way too early on that October, 2011 afternoon in Las Vegas.
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