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2018 Point Standings
After Long Beach
Rank Driver Points

1 Rossi, Alexander 126
2 Newgarden, Josef 104
3 Rahal, Graham 93
4 Bourdais, Sebastien 88
5 Hinchcliffe, James 83
6 Dixon, Scott 79
7 Hunter-Reay, Ryan 73
8 Power, Will 72
9 Jones, Ed 69
10 Andretti, Marco 68
11 Kanaan, Tony 67
12 Wickens, Robert (R) 65
13 Veach, Zach (R) 60
14 Pigot, Spencer 46
15 Sato, Takuma 46
16 Pagenaud, Simon 44
17 Kimball, Charlie 43
18 Chaves, Gabby 42
19 Chilton, Max 36
20 Leist, Matheus (R) 33
21 Harvey, Jack (R) 25
22 Kaiser, Kyle (R) 23
23 King, Jordan (R) 22
24 De Melo, Zachary (R) 20

Rookie of Year Standings
1. Robert Wickens 65
2. Zach Veach 60
3. Matheus Leist 33
4. Jack Harvey 25
5. Kyle Kaiser 23
6. Jordan King 22
7. Zachary De Melo 20
8. Rene Binder 8
9. Pietro Fittipaldi 7

Manufacturer Standings
1. Honda 96
2. Chevy 46

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Honda Indy Grand Prix of Alabama Preview
  4th race on 2018 IndyCar season
The 4th race of the IndyCar season is this weekend at the Barber Motorsports Park outside of Birmingham, Alabama. The race will be the ninth Verizon IndyCar Series event conducted at Barber Motorsports Park. Alexander Rossi firmly established himself as a championship contender, claiming his first win of the season at the Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach on April 15. The 26-year-old Californian leads reigning series champion and defending Barber race winner Josef Newgarden by 22 points heading into this weekend's race. With Sunday looking to be very wet, driver skill will be at a premium.
Rossi dominates to win the Grand Prix of Long Beach
  Holding off Will Power
Alexander Rossi made it look easy on the streets of Long Beach Sunday winning the 44th running of the Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach over Penske Chevy driver Will Power by 1.2 seconds in his Andretti Autosport NAPA Honda. Rossi started from pole and pretty much controlled the race from the start, losing the lead only on pitstops.
IndyCar Long Beach Sunday Press Conference
  Top-3 drivers

Drivers
1 - Alexander Rossi (Andretti NAPA Honda)
2 - Will Power (Penske Verizon Chevy)
3 - Ed Jones (Ganassi NTT Data Honda

Rossi dominates to win the Grand Prix of Long Beach
  Holding off Will Power

Alexander Rossi made it look easy on the streets of Long Beach Sunday winning the 44th running of the Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach over Penske Chevy driver Will Power by 1.2 seconds in his Andretti Autosport NAPA Honda. Rossi started from pole and pretty much controlled the race from the start, losing the lead only on pitstops. 

Long Beach GP Post-Qualifying Press Conference
  Top-6 Drivers
Drivers

1st - Alexander Rossi (Andretti Honda)
2nd - Will Power (Penske Chevy)
3rd - Simon Pagenaud (Penske Chevy)
4th - Scott Dixon (Ganassi Honda)
5th - Graham Rahal (RLLR Honda)
6th - Josef Newgarden (Penske Chevy)
Rossi beats Team Penske to win pole in Long Beach
  Rossi makes it look easy
Alexander Rossi took the rest of the drivers to school on Saturday on the streets of Long Beach to win the pole for the 44th Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach with a lap comfortably faster than everyone else. All weekend long Rossi and his Honda have been fast and his lap of 1m06.553s was 3/10ths of a sec. faster than the former king of qualifying at Long Beach Will Power in the Penske Chevy.
IndyCar Long Beach Friday Press Conference
  Top-2 fastest of day
Drivers

Scott Dixon
Ryan Hunter-Reay
IndyCar Phoenix Postscript
  by Brian Carroccio
Unfortunately, it took three races. But with some assists from the spectacularly reconfigured Dallara DW12, the sublime driving of Alexander Rossi, and other standouts such as Josef Newgarden and Robert Wickens, the Verizon IndyCar Series put on a heck of a show Saturday evening in the third year of its return to Phoenix International Raceway. AutoRacing1 will take a look at those stories and more in today’s Phoenix IndyCar Postscript. 
IndyCar Long Beach Preview
  2nd biggest IndyCar race of season
There's nothing like the Long Beach race
This weekend is the Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach, the 2nd biggest race on the IndyCar calendar by a wide margin. The new six-year IndyCar agreement with the Grand Prix Association of Long Beach will ensure the Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach through 2023. Add to that IMSA, Pirelli World Challenge and a new support series – the Historic Trans Am Challenge – and a heck of a two-night concert series, and everyone is really excited about this year’s event that will run Friday through Sunday on the streets of Long Beach. It will be the 44th running.
IndyCar Phoenix Post-Race Press Conference
  Top-3 Drivers

Drivers
1 - Josef Newgarden, Chevy
2 - Robert Wickens, Honda
3 - Alexander Rossi, Honda

Newgarden uses new tires to win in Phoenix
  Wickens and Rossi 2nd and third
Tim Cindric made a call to bring Josef Newgarden in for fresh tires on a late pitstop when Ed Jones hit the wall and with fresh tires and 8 laps to go Newgarden passed the three cars in front of him who were on old tires to win the 250-mile the Desert Diamond West Valley Casino Phoenix Grand Prix race at ISM Raceway in Phoenix. Rookie Robert Wickens was a fantastic 2nd for Schmidt Peterson Motorsports and Alexander Rossi rounded out the podium positions for Andretti Autosport.
IndyCar Post-Qualifying Press Conference
  Front Row starters
Drivers

1 - Sebastien Bourdais, Dale Coyne Honda
2 - Simon Pagenaud, Penske Chevy
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