Arrow McLaren SP’s Patricio O’Ward will start on pole position for the first race of the Detroit doubleheader race weekend for the NTT IndyCar Series.
NTT IndyCar Series rookie, Rinus VeeKay, claimed to be the “happiest guy on earth” after finishing fifth in the GMR Grand Prix at Indianapolis. The Ed Carpenter Racing driver started the race down in eighteenth.
Simon Pagenaud managed to go from twentieth on the grid to the podium in Saturday’s NTT IndyCar Series GMR Grand Prix at Indianapolis. After the “physical” race, Pagenaud would comment on how he was thankful for his extra training during lockdown.
Graham Rahal made his return to the NTT IndyCar Series podium in Saturday’s GMR Grand Prix at Indianapolis. Rahal pulled off a two-stop strategy in the race and just held off Simon Pagenaud to take second place.
Will Power has spoken of his frustration after a shot at victory at the NTT IndyCar Series GMR Grand Prix was dashed by a caution and a stall. Power finished in twentieth place after having started from pole position.
Scott Dixon has said that he had both a great strategy and good luck on his side after taking victory in the GMR Grand Prix at Indianapolis. Dixon now leads the championship by twenty-nine points.
Scott Dixon has taken his second victory of the 2020 NTT IndyCar Series at the GMR Grand Prix. Dixon took the win at the Indianapolis Grand Prix circuit, twenty seconds ahead of Graham Rahal and Simon Pagenaud.
Next month’s REV Group Grand Prix at Road America will mark the return of spectators to the 2020 NTT IndyCar Series. Fans will have their temperatures checked and be given PPE before entering the socially distanced event.
Dreyer & Reinbold Racing will enter next weekend’s GMR Grand Prix at Indianapolis with Sage Karam. The race will be the first for the team outside of the Indy 500 since 2013.
After suffering two accidents during his debut race event in the NTT IndyCar Series, Ed Carpenter Racing’s Rinus VeeKay has apologised to his team. His boss, Ed Carpenter, said post-race that Rinus had not listened to his advice.
After a crash in qualifying prevented him from taking part in the season-opening race of the 2020 NTT IndyCar Series, Takuma Sato has apologised to both the fans and his team, Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing. Sato’s car was too damaged to be repairs in time for the Genesys 300.