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Grand Prix of Indianapolis (2016)

12 May - 14 May
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Pagenaud perfect again, scores third straight victory

Simon Pagenaud drove a masterful race to conquer the Indianapolis Motor Speedway road course and take a 76-point lead in the 2016 Verizon IndyCar Series championship.

No satisfaction for Rossi being fastest Andretti driver

Although he turned in his most impressive qualifying performance of the year on the IMS road course, Alexander Rossi says he’s not interested in being fastest Andretti Autosport-Honda if the team is off the pace.

Stellar performance a “nice surprise” for Matt Brabham

Pirtek Team Murray-KV Racing’s IndyCar novice says he is happy with his drive to 16th on the grid for his IndyCar debut, especially given a difficult build-up to qualifying.

Pagenaud on pole again as title rivals slip badly

The Team Penske-Chevrolet of Simon Pagenaud grabbed a relatively easy pole position on the IMS road course after teammates Will Power and Juan Montoya, and Chip Ganassi Racing’s Scott Dixon, eliminated themselves early.

Team Penske dominates third practice at IMS

Will Power led a Penske-Chevrolet 1-2-3 around the IMS road course as AJ Foyt Racing produced the fastest Honda-powered cars of the session, recovering from yesterday’s underwhelming performances.

Rahal pleased with Pigot’s progress

Team owner Bobby Rahal says he’s impressed with rookie Spencer Pigot’s progress so far, on a strong first day for Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing at the Grand Prix of Indianapolis.

Dixon grabs P1 in second practice for GP Indy

Under gloomy skies, the four-time and reigning IndyCar champion nailed the fastest time of the day to push Chip Ganassi Racing ahead of its prime rivals Team Penske, as five drivers ducked under the 70-second barrier.

Will Power tops first practice for Grand Prix of Indianapolis

The defending GP Indy race-winner was the only driver to cut under the 70-second barrier around the IMS road course and thus put the #12 Team Penske-Chevrolet entry at the top of the time sheets.

Alex Tagliani to contest Indianapolis GP this weekend

Canadian Alex Tagliani returns to Indianapolis in the month of May to compete in not one, but two IndyCar races at the famed Indianapolis Motor Speedway.