An extended rain-induced caution period was in place with 8 hr 30 min remaining, the second of the race. Jordan Taylor (#10 Wayne Taylor Racing Cadillac DPi) led, followed by Marc Goossens (#90 VisitFlorida Racing Multimatic Riley-Gibson) and Felipe Albuquerque (#5 Action Express Racing Cadillac). Dirk Mueller’s #66 Chip Ganassi Racing Ford GT circulated at the front of GTLM, with Mike Rockenfeller (#3 Corvette Racing C7.R) and Andy Priaulx (#69 Ford GT) following.
The overall leade...
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Paul Dalla Lana and Pedro Lamy (#98 Aston Martin Racing Vantage) took pole in GTE Am. Andy Priaulx and Harry Tincknell (#67 Ford Chip Ganassi Racing GT) topped GTE Pro, with their teammate in the #66 lining up second.
LMP2’s Top 3 qualifiers were the #44 Manor Racing Oreca 05-Nissan, the #36 Signatech Alpine Nissan, and the #30 Extreme Speed Motorsports Ligier JS P2-Nissan.
The #1 Team Porsche 919 Hybrid (Mark Webber and Brendon Hartley) led the field to the green t...
Ricky Taylor, #10 Wayne Taylor Motorsport Corvette DP – 1:58.712
Tristan Nunez, #55 Mazda Motorsports Prototype – 1:58.715
Joel Miller, #70 Mazda Motorsports Prototype – 1:59.120
Prototype Challenge (all Oreca FLM09-Chevrolet):
R. Alon, #52 PR1/Mathiasen Motorsports – 2:01.847
J. Gutierrez, #7 Starworks Motorsport – 2:02.272
Alex Popow, #8 Starworks Motorsport – 2:02.274
GT Le Mans:
Ryan Briscoe, #66 Ford Chip Ganassi Racing ...
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The penultimate round of the 2016 championship started with Scott Dixon (#9 Chip Ganassi Racing, Chevy) on the pole, followed by Will Power (#12 Team Penske, Chevy), Sebastien Bourdais (#11 KVSH Racing, Chevy, and the all-time road course winner) and Helio Castroneves (#3 Penske). Jack Hawksworth (#41 AJ Foyt Racing) was the highest qualifying Honda at P9.
The race was IndyCar’s first at Watkins Glen since 2010, a late addition to the schedule when road race in Boston...
Jonathan Bomarito (#55 Mazda Prototype) started on the pole and by the 2 hr 27 min mark of the 2:40 race had built a 3-sec lead on Christian Fittipaldi (#5 Action Express Racing Corvette DP) and Ricky Taylor (#10 Wayne Taylor Racing Corvette DP).
Dirk Mueller (#66 Ford Chip Ganassi Racing GT) won the GT Le Mans pole but suffered damage early and fell back into the field. Patrick Pilet (#911 Porsche North America 911) led the class in the early running, followed by Giancarlo Fisichella (#62 Risi...
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For the third time in the 2016 Verizon IndyCar Series season, Team Penske’s Simon Pagenaud won from pole, but it took one untimely caution, then a timely caution and a little bit of beating and banging with his teammate to claim victory in The Honda Indy 200 at Mid-Ohio.
Pagenaud took the checkered flag after 90 laps around the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course 4.1620 seconds ahead of teammate Will Power, his chief rival for the 2016 championship.
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Points lead Simon Pagenaud (#22 Team Penske Chevy) started on the pole, followed by Josef Newgarden (#21 Ed Carpenter Racing Chevy), Helio Castroneves (#3 Penske), rookie Max Chilton (#8 Chip Ganassi Racing Chevy), Charlie Kimball (#83 Ganassi), Tony Kanaan (#10 Ganassi), Ed Carpenter (#20 Ed Carpenter Racing Chevy), Will Power (#12 Penske), and Mikhail Aleshin (#7 Schmidt Peterson Motorsports) in the first Honda (P9).
Newgarden took the lead from the start, followed by Pag...
Chrisitan Fittipaldi and Joao Barbosa (#5 Action Express Racing Corvette DP) came into the race with a 7 point lead in the championship over both teammate Dane Cameron and Eric Curran (#31 Action Express) and Ricky and Jordan Taylor (#10 Wayne Taylor Racing Corvette DP). The #55 Mazda Prototype, however, started on pole driven by Tristan Nunez, with the #10 lined up second, the #70 Mazda (Tom Long) third, and the #5 fourth
Antonio Garcia (#3 Corvette Racing C7.R) took the GT Le Mans pole, less ...
Johannes van Overbeek put the #2 Extreme Speed Motorsports Ligier JS P2-Honda on the pole, with Tristan Nunez in the #55 Mazda Racing Prototype next door. Oz Negri Jr. (#60 Michael Shank Racing Ligier JS P2-Honda) started third and Ricky Taylor (#10 Wayne Taylor Racing) was the first Corvette DP on the grid, starting P4.
Richard Westbrook (#67 Ford Chip Ganassi Racing GT) led the GT Le Mans field to the starting line, followed by Dirk Werner (#25 Team RLL BMW M6), Jon Edwards (#100 BMW)...
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Simon Pagenaud (#22Team Penske, Chevy) came into Road America with an 80-point lead on Scott Dixon (#9 Chip Ganassi Racing, Chevy) and an 86-point edge on teammate Helio Castroneves (#3).
Will Power (#12 Penske) started on pole next to Dixon. Another Ganassi-Penske split occupied Row 2, Tony Kanaan (#10 Ganassi) starting third and Pagenaud fourth. Castroneves started P5, ahead of the best-qualifying Honda, Graham Rahal (#15 Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing).
Power, Dixon, a...