Rank Driver Points
1 Juan Pablo Montoya 84
2 Helio Castroneves 74
3 Will Power 70
4 James Hinchcliffe 65
5 Tony Kanaan 63
6 Simona de Silvestro 44
7 James Jakes 43
8 Graham Rahal 43
9 Luca Filippi 42
10 Simon Pagenaud 41
11 Josef Newgarden 40
12 Sebastien Bourdais 37
13 Ryan Hunter-Reay 37
14 Marco Andretti 37
15 Scott Dixon 34
16 Carlos Munoz 34
17 Jack Hawksworth 31
18 Gabby Chaves 28
19 Takuma Sato 25
20 Charlie Kimball 25
21 Stefano Coletti 23
22 Sage Karam 23
23 Carlos Huertas 20
24 Francesco Dracone 14
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Kanaan to make 300th start tomorrow
by Brian Carroccio Tomorrow's 99th running of the Indianapolis 500 will add another chapter to the rich history of The Greatest Spectacle in Racing. It will also the 300th career start for driver of the #10 NTT Data Chip Ganassi Racing Chevrolet Tony Kanaan. After edging out Helio Castro-Neves (as he was then known) for the 1997 Indy Lights championship, the Brazilian moved up to then-CART FedEx Championship Series in 1998 with Tasman Racing. Making his debut in the Marlboro Grand Prix Presented by Toyota...
Brian Carroccio & Keith Ori For the second consecutive year, racing insider Keith Ori guest stars with AR1 senior motorsport columnist Brian Carroccio for a round of AR1 Head to Head: Indianapolis 500. And in the interests of full disclosure, last year's showdown went to Ori, who told all of you that Ryan Hunter-Reay would etch his likeness to the Borg-Warner Trophy. Who will win this year? Who are the potential sleepers? What teams and manufacturers have the edge? Brian and Keith are here to tackle those questions and more. Enjoy.
by Rob Chinn After a Saturday washout Sunday saw 33 cars make qualifying attempts for the 99th running of the Indy 500, but Sunday was not without drama as yet another Chevy got airborne, this time Ed Carpenter. Scott Dixon won the pole and will lineup inside Simon Pagenaud and Will Power. Our Rob Chinn was there to capture all the action.
Dixon, Pagenaud and Power Chevy power returned to the top of the scoring pylon at Indianapolis Motor Speedway for the fourth consecutive year as Chevrolet V-6 powered driver Scott Dixon in his No. 9 Target Chip Ganassi Racing machine earned the Verizon P1 award for the 99th running of the Indianapolis 500. Dixon became only the 11th driver in Verizon IndyCar Series history to have two poles to his credit for the ‘Greatest Spectacle in Racing’.
by Tim Wohlford Scott Dixon laid down an early lap that was impossible to beat in deteriorating weather conditions to with the 2015 Indy 500 Pole Award. Will Power will start in the middle of the first row, and Simon Pagenaud in the outside of the first row. In the fast nine there are three Penske cars, two Ganassi cars, and two Andretti entries.
by Rob Chinn Heavy rain has forced Saturday's Indianapolis 500 Qualifications to be cancelled, which means the entire 33-car starting lineup will have one day to post a qualification attempt on Sunday. Only two cars were able to post qualification attempts on Sunday before rain started to fall. Defending Indianapolis 500 winner Ryan Hunter-Reay posted a four-lap average of 229.845 miles per hour in a Honda and Carlos Huertas rain a four-lap average of 228.235 mph. Rob Chinn was there to capture these scenes from Saturday.
in qualifying for 99th Indianapolis 500 The pole at the Indianapolis 500 is one of the most coveted starting positions in motorsports. For Ed Carpenter and Helio Castroneves, history will also be on the line this weekend at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway in two days of qualifying for the 99th Running of the 500 Mile Race. Eleven drivers have won back-to-back pole positions but none has won three in a row. Carpenter, in his No. 20 Fuzzy's Vodka CFH Racing entry, has an opportunity for that after winning the pole in each of the past two years.
Katherine Legge Named as the Driver for Historic Brickyard Run Grace Autosport, the first all-female IndyCar Series racing team, announced their plans today to compete in 100th the running of the Indianapolis 500 at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. From team owner to race engineers to aerodynamicists to the driver to marketing and public relations directors, the women of Grace Autosport will be on the grid for the "Greatest Spectacle in Racing" on May 29, 2016
by Brian Carroccio The 2nd Angie’s List Grand Prix of Indianapolis was by no means a classic. A clumsy start, which was nearly missed by the series’ television partner, culminated in a first lap accident that shuffled the field, and relegated a few would-be-contenders to the back of the field. From there, pole sitter Will Power took firm control of the proceedings only to be briefly threatened by a charging Graham Rahal in the closing laps, before ultimately cruising to his 25th career Indy car victory.
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