Rossi Dominates Sunday’s Honda Indy 200 at Mid-Ohio

LEXINGTON, OH – Alexander Rossi was untouchable this weekend. The Andretti Autosport driver needed just one lap in Q3 on Saturday to earn the pole for Sunday’s Honda Indy 200 at the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course. In the race itself, Rossi was the only driver to make the two stop strategy work as he easily cruised to his fourth career Verizon IndyCar Series victory. Rossi, beat Robert Wickens by 12.8285-seconds on the 2.258-mile road course to earn his second win of the season in dominating fashion. The Andretti Autosport driver gave…

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Penske Trio Have Fast Cars, Leave Mid-Ohio Disappointed

LEXINGTON, OH – Team Penske had won the last two years on the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course in Verizon IndyCar Series competition. Heading into Sunday’s Honda Indy 200, they had to be labeled as the favorites. Josef Newgarden was the defending race winner on the 2.258-mile road course and had won two of the three races on natural road courses in 2018. The one race he didn’t win, was won by his teammate Will Power. 

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Wickens’ 3 Stop Strategy Nearly Pays Off For 1st Career INDYCAR Win

LEXINGTON, OH – Robert Wickens knew that he had a fast car for Sunday’s Honda Indy 200 at the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course. When the 24 car field made it through the first lap unscathed, the team decided that they would go on a three stop strategy for the 90 Lap race and push hard every lap. If not for a brilliant drive for Alexander Rossi, Wickens would have won his first career Verizon IndyCar Series race on Sunday afternoon.

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Dixon Keeps 46 Point Lead In INDYCAR Standings Leaving Mid-Ohio

LEXINGTON, OH – Sunday’s Honda Indy 200 at the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course was a day of damage control for current Verizon IndyCar Series points leader Scott Dixon. See, “Mr. Mid-Ohio” started the race in the ninth starting spot after getting a taste of some bad luck in qualifying on Saturday. With all of his main contenders for this year’s championship rolling off inside of the top five for the 90 Lap race around the 2.258-mile road course, it was a race to where Dixon needed to minimize the damage. He’d…

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Pato O’Ward Earns Mid-Ohio Weekend Sweep, Extends Points Lead Over Herta

LEXINGTON, OH – The good news for Colton Herta is that he found his mojo again. After getting in a crash in qualifying in the last race weekend in Toronto, Herta suffered a broken hand and would finish seventh and sixth respectively. He lost his grasp of the Indy Lights points lead as a result. But, in the doubleheader weekend at the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course, Herta got back on the podium in each of the two races. He would bring his No. 98 Mazda home runner-up in both Saturday as…

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Andretti Autosport Sweeps Both Podiums For Indy Lights Competition at Mid-Ohio

LEXINGTON, OH – Andretti Autosport may have never won a Verizon IndyCar Series race at the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course before, but this weekend, they didn’t lose an Indy Lights race. On both Saturday and again on Sunday, Pato O’Ward reached victory lane in both races on the 2.258-mile road course. They were his sixth and seventh wins of the season respectively. He now extends his points lead to 32 points with just three races to go in the season. 

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Kirkwood Sweeps Mid-Ohio Weekend For 9th Straight USF2000 Victory

LEXINGTON, OH – If anyone was going to stop Kyle Kirkwood from his long winning streak, it would have happened this weekend at the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course. The American came into the weekend with aspirations of clinching this year’s USF2000 championship. With his wide lead, his win on Friday secured just that. So, over the last two races of the weekend on the 2.258-mile road course, Kirkwood had nothing to race for other than trophies. 

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After Leaders’ Mistakes, Veekay Gets Pro Mazda Weekend Sweep In Mid-Ohio

LEXINGTON, OH – Rinus VeeKay had dominated the last three Pro Mazda Series races. The Juncos Racing driver swept both events on the streets of Toronto two weeks ago and led every lap on Saturday in race No. 1 of the doubleheader weekend at the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course. On Sunday, he did what champions do. 

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5 Takeaways From Sunday’s Hungarian Grand Prix

Lewis Hamilton lucked out by a rain storm during qualifying for the Hungarian Grand Prix on Saturday. His car was far less superior than the Ferrari’s as most thought that it wouldn’t take long for either Sebastian Vettel or Kimi Raikkonen to move on past. Instead, it was Hamilton to silenced all doubters and took his No. 44 Mercedes to victory in Sunday’s race. Hamilton, dominated all day and won for the fifth time already this season which allows him to extend his points lead to 24 points heading into…

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