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2018 Point Standings
Final after Sonoma
Rank Driver Points

1 Scott Dixon 678
2 Alexander Rossi 621
3 Will Power 582
4 Ryan Hunter-Reay 566
5 Josef Newgarden 560
6 Simon Pagenaud 492
7 Sebastien Bourdais 425
8 Marco Andretti 392
9 Graham Rahal 392
10 James Hinchcliffe 391
11 Takuma Sato 351
12 Ed Jones 343
13 Spencer Pigot 325
14 Zach Veach 313
15 Tony Kanaan 312
16 Charlie Kimball 287
17 Matheus Leist 253
17 Max Chilton 223
19 Jordan King 175
20 Jack Harvey 103
21 Carlos Munoz 95
22 Pietro Fittipaldi 91
23 Santino Ferrucci 66
23 Patricio O'Ward 44
25 Colton Herta 20

Rookie of Year Standings
Not Updated Yet
1. Robert Wickens 391
2. Zach Veach 270
3. Matheus Leist 215
4. Jordan King 126
5. Zachary De Melo 122
6. Jack Harvey 63
7. Rene Binder 61
8. Kyle Kaiser 45
9. Pietro Fittipaldi 41
10. Stefan Wilson 31
11. Santino Ferrucci 18
12. Alfonso Celis Jr. 10

Manufacturer Standings
1. Honda 1365
2. Chevy 1046

Latest IndyCar News and Commentary

Q&A with Harding Steinbrenner IndyCar Team
  After merger announced today
Al Unser Jr. - Team Consultant
George Michael Steinbrenner - Team Co-Owner
Patricio O'Ward - Driver
Colton Herta - Driver
Sonoma GP Post-Race Press Conference
  Winner and Series Champion
Scott Dixon - 2018 Champion
Chip Ganassi - Dixon Team Owner
Mike Hull - Ganassi Team Manager
Ryan Hunter-Reay - Race Winner
Alexander Rossi - Points runnerup
Hunter-Reay dominates at Sonoma as Dixon wins 5th title
  Rossi comes up short after contact with Andretti
Ryan Hunter-Reay drove a brilliant race in dominating fashion to win the season finale Sonoma GP IndyCar race but it was Scott Dixon's measured drive to 2nd place that cemented his 5th IndyCar title. Alexander Rossi finished 7th in the race after a first lap incident with his teammate Marco Andretti and had to charge from last to 7th to finish 2nd in the points standings. Will Power completed the podium in third for Team Penske.
Team Penske earns 500th race win
  IndyCar, NASCAR and IMSA
The most successful organization in the history of motorsports added another chapter to its legacy today as Team Penske earned its 500th all-time race victory. Brad Keselowski captured the checkered flag at today’s Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race at Las Vegas Motor Speedway to record the landmark victory for the organization. Led by “The Captain” Roger Penske, Team Penske was formed in 1966 after Roger Penske walked away from his promising career as a race car driver to focus on his developing automotive business and forming his own race team.
IndyCar Sonoma GP Post-Qualifying Press Conference
  Rookie O'Ward a sensation
1st - Ryan Hunter-Reay
2nd - Scott Dixon
3rd - Josef Newgarden
5th - Patricio O'Ward
6th - Alexander Rossi
7th - Will Power
Hunter-Reay beats Dixon to Sonoma pole
  Mark C.
With a lap time of 1:17.628 seconds, Ryan Hunter -Reay edged Scott Dixon by 0.132s to win pole position for tomorrow’s IndyCar Grand Prix of Sonoma. It was the seventh career pole for the driver of the No. DHL Honda and first since Long Beach in 2014. Josef Newgarden was the fastest Chevrolet in third position with Marco Andretti fourth. Indy Lights champion Patricio O’Ward qualified a surprising fifth in his Verizon IndyCar Series debut, while Alexander Rossi was sixth. Rossi, interestingly, did not turn in a lap on the Firestone Alternate 'Red' tires opting to save a set for tomorrow’s race.
IndyCar Sonoma GP Friday Press Conference
  Four Drivers
Josef Newgarden - Penske Chevy
Alexander Rossi - Andretti Honda
Scott Dixon - Ganassi Honda
Will Power - Penske Chevy
Tony Kanaan making 300th start at Sonoma
  AJ Foyt Racing veteran
Tony Kanaan, No. 14 ABC Supply AJ Foyt Racing Chevy, met with media at Sonoma Raceway to discuss his 300th consecutive start in the Verizon IndyCar Series. "My boss (AJ Foyt) raced until he was 56. I don't think I'll make it. I'll be 44 the end of this year. But we still have a few years left, so hopefully this is just the beginning of my veteran career."
Q&A with IndyCar's new rookies O'Ward and Herta
  Indy Lights champs move up to IndyCar
Patricio O'Ward
Colton Herta
Q&A with IndyCar Manufacturer Champions Honda
  HPD boss Art St. Cyr
For the first time since Verizon IndyCar Series engine competition resumed in 2012, Honda has claimed the manufacturer championship over Chevrolet. With two races remaining on the 2018 schedule, Honda enjoys an insurmountable 319-point lead. The prestigious award was locked up early on the strength of Honda drivers winning nine of the first 15 races. Honda HPD boss Art St. Cyr met with the media in Sonoma Friday and had this to say.
IndyCar Somoma GP Preview
  Season finale to decide champion
With double base points, in addition to bonus points for earning the pole and leading laps, four IndyCar drivers are focused on best results to try and win the title - they are points Scott Dixon, Alexander Rossi, Will Power and Josef Newgarden. The undulating Sonoma track always favors the Penske cars who have special shocks no one else has. So expect a Penske car to win easily, but where will Scott Dixon and Alexander Rossi finish and who will win the title when all the points fall into place?
Q&A with Honda HPD boss Art St. Cyr
Honda HPB boss Art St. Cyr met with the media today, including to talk about and wide range of topics. These included winning the 2018 IndyCar Manufacturers’ title, a possible engine supply for Fernando Alonso should he come to IndyCar, the 2021 IndyCar engine and the possible addition of standing start technology, preventing push-to-pass from being used as a defense mechanism, a possible 3rd engine manufacturer and possible supply of engines to the Road-2-Indy ladder now that Mazda is leaving.
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