Saturday, June 23, 2018

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Hunter-Reay's Honda Indy car with Firestone rain tires

Honda Enters Second Half of 2018 on Top

The month of May may have gone Chevrolet's way, but Honda has gained an advantage since.
Leist by AJ Foyt Racing Indy car in Texas

Texas Ends in Disappointment for Rebuilt Foyt Team

The DXC Technology 600 marked another disappointing event for AJ Foyt Racing as Tony Kanaan and Matheus Leist remain mired in the bottom half of the points standings.
Will Power behind IndyCar rookie Zachary Claman De Melo

Power, Claman De Melo Agree on Cause of Texas Clash

Despite the larger consequence he faced, Will Power didn't blame rookie Zachary Claman De Melo for their crash under the lights in Texas.
Zach Veach racing Indy car at Texas

Veach Flips Switch in Texas Debut

Though a brush of the Turn 2 wall caused him to drop from the lead group, Zach Veach enjoyed a night of learning in Texas.
Scott Dixon celebrates Texas victory

Dixon Prevails for Third Texas Triumph

Scott Dixon used favorable fuel economy and a well-balanced car to his advantage as he became the third two-time race winner of 2018.
Will Power on Texas pit lane during IndyCar practice session

Points Play Increasing Role in Oval Qualifying

After half a season of racing, the impact of INDYCAR's new rule for setting the qualifying order at non-Indianapolis ovals was genuine for the first time.
2018 DXC Technology 600 logo

Race Report: 2018 DXC Technology 600

Session results, entrant facts, the weekend schedule, weather forecast and more for the 2018 DXC Technology 600.
Scott Dixon fastest final practice Texas Motor Speedway

Evening Texas Practice Paced By Dixon

Scott Dixon turned the fast lap in final practice at Texas, denying former teammate Tony Kanaan the top spot.
Josef Newgarden crosses start-finish at Texas

Newgarden Earns Texas Pole

Josef Newgarden will start from pole on a superspeedway for the first time in Saturday's DXC Technology 600 after topping qualifying at Texas Motor Speedway.
Graham Rahal on Firestone red IndyCar tires on Belle Isle

Rahal Secures Future With Five-Year Contract

Graham Rahal will continue to drive for Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing for the next five years.

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