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2019 Point Standings
After St. Petersburg
Rank Driver Points

1. Josef Newgarden 53
2. Scott Dixon 40
3. Will Power 37
4. Felix Rosenqvist 33
5. Alexander Rossi 31
6. James Hinchcliffe 28
7. Simon Pagenaud 26
8. Colton Herta 24
9. Santino Ferrucci 22
10.Jack Harvey 20
11. Spencer Pigot 19
12. Graham Rahal 18
13. Marco Andretti 17
14. Zach Veach 16
15. Tony Kanaan 15
16. Max Chilton 14
17. Charlie Kimball 13
18. Ben Hanley 12
19. Takuma Sato 11
20. Marcus Ericsson 10
21. Ed Jones 9
22. Matheus Leist 8
23. Ryan Hunter-Reay 7
24. Sebastien Bourdais 6

Rookie of Year Standings
Not Updated Yet
 

Manufacturer Standings
1. Honda TBD
2. Chevy TBD

Latest IndyCar News and Commentary
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Indy Classic at COTA Preview
  First IndyCar race at Circuit of AMericas
Since 2012, when the Circuit of the Americas (aka COTA) opened in Austin, fans have been clamoring for some IndyCar action. And now it’s finally here! The inaugural IndyCar Classic will take place at COTA this weekend March 22-24. There will also be Indy Lights, Mazda MX-5 Cup and the return of an old X Games favorite, Stadium Super Trucks. On top of all this, Muse will perform in Austin360 Amphitheater on Saturday night! The last time they played this venue, tickets sold out fast.
IndyCar St. Petersburg GP postscript
  by Brian Carroccio
The first round of the 2019 NTT INDYCAR Series is in the books. Utilizing a combination of raw speed, creative tire strategy and sharp pit work, Josef Newgarden drove the No. 2 Hitachi Team Penske Chevrolet to victory lane in Sunday’s Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg. It was the 11th career IndyCar win for the 2017 series champion. Of course, Newgarden wasn’t the only standout from the weekend. Felix Rosenqvist, Colton Herta, Santino Ferrucci and Jack Harvey had notable weekends.
IndyCar St. Petersburg GP Sunday Press Conference
  Top-3 Drivers
Drivers:
1. Josef Newgarden - Penske Chevy
2. Scott Dixon - Ganassi Honda
3. Will Power - Penske Chevy
Newgarden beats Dixon at St. Pete
  by Brian Carroccio
Josef Newgarden drove the No. 2 Hitachi Team Penske Chevrolet to victory lane in today’s Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg. It was the 11th career victory for the Nashville, TN native, who came home 2.8 seconds ahead of Scott Dixon. Polesitter Will Power made it two Penskes on the podium coming home third, with rookie sensation Felix Rosenqvist fourth. Alexander Rossi rounded out the top-5.
Honda shuffles HPD boss
  Honda HPD talks about the transition
An interview with:
Art St. Cyr - Existing HPD Boss
Ted Klaus - New HPD Boss
St. Petersburg GP Post-Qualifying Press Conference
  Top-6 drivers
Drivers
Will Power
Josef Newgarden
Felix Rosenqvist
Scott Dixon
Ryan Hunter-Reay
Alexander Rossi
Power gives Team Penske 1-2 in St. Pete Qualifying
  His 8th pole in last 10 races here
Will Power dominates pole position qualifying at St. Petersburg winning 8 of the last 10 poles here. Saturday was no different as Power put up a lap of 1m00.459s to win the pole in his Penske Chevy by just 0.0976s over his Penske teammate Josef Newgarden. Row 2 was all Ganassi teammates rookie Felix Rosenqvist and Scott Dixon with Row 3 filled by Andretti Autosport teammates Ryan Hunter-Reay and Alexander Rossi.
Q&A with O'Ward and Carlin
  Discuss O'Ward driving for Carlin for 13 races
Participates
Patricio O'Ward
Trevor Carlin
IndyCar St. Pete GP Friday Press Conference
  Top-2 drivers
Drivers
1st - Ryan Hunter-Reay - Andretti Honda
2nd - Spencer Pigot - Ed Carpenter Chevy
Q&A with Robert Wickens
  At Firestone GP of St. Petersburg
Robert Wickens, paralyzed in a brutal accident in the Pocono 500 last year, made a return to the IndyCar paddock this weekend for the Firestone IndyCar GP of St. Petersburg. Wickens has been met with well wishes from his SPM team, from fellow competitors and from throngs of fans. He took time to meet with the media to update everyone on his progress as he tries to walk again.
Penske Chevy Drivers Q&A
  In St. Petersburg for IndyCar opener
Participants
Josef Newgarden - #2 Penske Chevy
Simon Pagenaud - #22 Penske Chevy
Will Power - #1 Penske Chevy
IndyCar Chevy vs. Honda as 2019 season begins
  Another tight battle expected
Performance and experience are a winning combination that underscore Chevrolet Racing’s promising outlook entering the 2019 NTT IndyCar Series. Chevrolet begins the six-month trek to corral its seventh Manufacturer Championship in eight seasons. Eight race winners, four Indianapolis 500 champions and three former series title holders – with a combined 10 series championships – make up the talented Honda-powered lineup. Honda’s Indy car win total of 237 in 25 years of North American open-wheel racing – including 12 Indianapolis 500 victories since 2004 – is unmatched. The 110-lap race March 10 kicks off 17 races on 16 event weekends.
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