Jack Harvey was beaten by a Team Penske machine for the second session of the day as Josef Newgarden stormed to pole.
An incredibly close session saw Penske’s Will Power edge Jack Harvey to top spot.
We take a look back at the 2019 NTT IndyCar Series by ranking our top twelve drivers of the season, starting with our countdown of positions twelve to seven.
Jack Harvey and Meyer Shank Racing will contest their first full-time NTT IndyCar Series campaign in 2020 after forming an alliance with Andretti Autosport.
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Ryan Hunter-Reay has apologised to Jack Harvey after causing a collision in the opening laps of yesterday’s IndyCar Grand Prix of Portland. Harvey was forced to retire from the race immediately.
Colton Herta has taken pole position for the second time in his IndyCar career. The rookie beat veteran Will Power to pole at Portland by just two-hundredths of a second.
Felipe Nasr will drive an IndyCar for the first time next week in an evaluation test with Arrow Schmidt Peterson. The Brazilian will drive for the team at Mid-Ohio on Monday.
Josef Newgarden has set the fastest lap on the second day of practice for the 2019 NTT IndyCar Series Indianapolis 500. The American set a best lap of 228.856-mph. Elsewhere, Fernando Alonso and Felix Rosenqvist crashed.
After securing his first NTT IndyCar Series pole position, Chip Ganassi Racing’s Felix Rosenqvist suffered a tough race in the 2019 Grand Prix of Indianapolis, with the Swedish driver admitting that he was “disappointed” with his eighth-place finish.
British racing driver Jack Harvey secured his and Meyer Shank Racing’s first podium in the NTT IndyCar Series in yesterday’s Grand Prix of Indianapolis. The part-time driver stated post-race that the result was “massive” for himself and the team.
Simon Pagenaud has commented after his win in the 2019 Grand Prix of Indianapolis that he was driving on instinct in the closing laps, where he showed far greater pace than those around him in the wet conditions.