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Verizon IndyCar Series - Grand Prix of Indianapolis Preview

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DATE: Saturday, May 10
SITE: Indianapolis Motor Speedway (road course) -- Indianapolis, Ind.
TRACK: 2.434-mile, 14-turn road course
ANNUAL: 1st
TELEVISION: ABC
RADIO: IMS Radio Network/ SIRIUS XM Satellite
START TIME: 3:50 p.m. ET
QUALIFYING TIME: Friday, May 9/2 p.m. ET
LAPS: 82
MILES: 200
Last Race Results
RACE: Honda Indy Grand Prix of Alabama (April 27)
SITE: Barber Motorsports Park -- Birmingham, Ala.
MILES: 164.22
LAPS: 69 (Timed race: 1 hr., 40 mins.)
WINNER: Ryan Hunter-Reay
RUNNER-UP: Marco Andretti
THIRD: Scott Dixon
FOURTH: Simon Pagenaud
FIFTH: Will Power
POLE WINNER: Scott Dixon (finished 19)
AVERAGE SPEED: 94.537 mph
TIME OF RACE: 1 hr., 40 mins., 43.3337 secs.
MARGIN OF VICTORY: Under Caution
CAUTION FLAGS: 5 for 16 laps
LEAD CHANGES: 7 among 6 drivers
LAP LEADERS: Will Power 1-15; Ryan Hunter-Reay 16-22; Sebastian Saavedra
23-33; Hunter-Reay 34-48; Marco Andretti 49; Scott Dixon 50;
Justin Wilson 51; Hunter-Reay 52-69.
Grand Prix of Indianapolis Entry List
CarDriver, HometownCar/Name
2Juan Pablo Montoya (Bogota, Colombia)Chevrolet/Team Penske
3Helio Castroneves (Sao Paulo, Brazil)Chevrolet/Team Penske
7Mikhail Aleshin (Moscow, Russia)Honda/Schmidt Peterson Motorsports
8Ryan Briscoe (Sydney, Australia)Chevrolet/Chip Ganassi Racing
9Scott Dixon (Auckland, New Zealand)Chevrolet/Chip Ganassi Racing
10Tony Kanaan (Salvador, Brazil)Chevrolet/Chip Ganassi Racing
11Sebastien Bourdais (Le Mans, France)Chevrolet/KVSH Racing
12Will Power (Toowoomba, Australia)Chevrolet/Team Penske
14Takuma Sato (Tokyo, Japan)Honda/A.J. Foyt Enterprises
15Graham Rahal (New Albany, OH)Honda/Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing
16Oriol Servia (Pals, Spain)Honda/Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing
17Sebastian Saavedra (Bogota, Colombia)Chevrolet/KVAFS Racing
18Carlos Huertas (Bogota, Colombia)Honda/Dale Coyne Racing
19Justin Wilson (Sheffield, England)Honda/Dale Coyne Racing
20Mike Conway (Bromley, England)Chevrolet/Ed Carpenter Racing
25Marco Andretti (Nazareth, PA)Honda/Andretti Autosport
26Franck Montagny (Feurs,Loire, France)Honday/Andretti Autosport
27James Hinchcliffe (Toronto, Canada)Honda/Andretti Autosport
28Ryan Hunter-Reay (Ft. Lauderdale, FL)Honda/Andretti Autosport
34Carlos Munoz (Bogota, Colombia)Honda/Andretti-HVM
41Martin Plowman (Staffordshire, Eng.)Honda/A.J. Foyt Enterprises
67Josef Newgarden (Hendersonville, TN)Honda/Sarah Fisher Hartman Racing
77Simon Pagenaud (Montmorillon, France)Honda/Schmidt Peterson Hamilton
83Charlie Kimball (Camarillo, CA)Chevrolet/Chip Ganassi Racing
99Jack Hawksworth (Bradford, England)Honda/BHA/BBM
 
Mover of the Week
Tony Kanaan - started 23 and finished 9
 
Sports Network Selections
Pick to Win - Scott Dixon
Last Week's Pick to Win (Will Power) - finished 5
 
NOTES:
The Grand Prix of Indianapolis on Indianapolis Motor Speedway's road course is the fourth race on the 2014 Verizon IndyCar Series schedule.

This 2.434-mile, 14-turn road course incorporates portions of turn 1 and 2 as well as the frontstretch of the famed Indianapolis Motor Speedway. The racing will feature a standing start and will run clockwise, the opposite of the Indianapolis 500. Drivers will have at minimum four unique opportunities to pass, including the revised turn 1, a 90-degree right-hand corner.

The IMS road course was initially laid for the United States Grand Prix Formula One race that ran from 2000-07.

About 18 hours after the checkered flag flies on the GP of Indianapolis, the 2.5-mile oval opens for the initial practice session for the Indianapolis 500.

There have been three different winners in as many IndyCar races this season: Will Power (St. Petersburg, Fla.), Mike Conway (Long Beach, Calif.) and Ryan Hunter-Reay (Birmingham, Ala.).

The next race is the 98th running of the Indianapolis 500 on May 25. Tony Kanaan is the defending race champion.

05/07 11:45:47 ET

As of May 7, 2014, at 11:46 AM ET