Race Report: 2019 Bommarito Automotive Group 500

The third year of IndyCar's return to the St. Louis area marks the final oval race of 2019 and sets the stage for two road course rounds to decide the championship.

Bommarito Automotive Group 500
World Wide Technology Raceway
Aug. 24, 2019

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Starting LineupView Table
Qualifying OrderView PDF
Entry ListView Table
Spotter Guide
2019 Bommarito Automotive Group 500 spotter guide
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Pit AssignmentsView PDF
Tires Available per EntryEleven sets for use throughout the weekend.

Starting Lineup

SPCar No.DriverEngine
(R) Rookie
12Josef NewgardenChevrolet
218Sebastien BourdaisHonda
312Will PowerChevrolet
422Simon PagenaudChevrolet
530Takuma SatoHonda
619Santino Ferrucci (R)Honda
75James HinchcliffeHonda
89Scott DixonHonda
928Ryan Hunter-ReayHonda
1010Felix Rosenqvist (R)Honda
1127Alexander RossiHonda
1288Colton Herta (R)Honda
1321Spencer PigotChevrolet
147Marcus Ericsson (R)Honda
1526Zach VeachHonda
1615Graham RahalHonda
1720Ed CarpenterChevrolet
1859Conor DalyChevrolet
1923Charlie KimballChevrolet
2014Tony KanaanChevrolet
214Matheus LeistChevrolet
2298Marco AndrettiHonda
— Starting Lineup: PDF

Entry List

Car No.DriverHometownSponsorTeamEngine
(R) — Denotes NTT IndyCar Series Rookie of the Year candidate
2Josef NewgardenNashville, Tennessee, USAPPGTeam PenskeChevrolet
4Matheus LeistNovo Hamburgo, BrazilABC SupplyAJ Foyt RacingChevrolet
5James HinchcliffeToronto, CanadaArrowArrow Schmidt Peterson MotorsportsHonda
7Marcus Ericsson (R)Kumla, SwedenArrowArrow Schmidt Peterson MotorsportsHonda
9Scott DixonAuckland, New ZealandPNC BankChip Ganassi RacingHonda
10Felix Rosenqvist (R)Värnamo, SwedenMonster EnergyChip Ganassi RacingHonda
12Will PowerToowoomba, AustraliaVerizonTeam PenskeChevrolet
14Tony KanaanSalvador, BrazilABC SupplyAJ Foyt RacingChevrolet
15Graham RahalNew Albany, Ohio, USAMi-JackRahal Letterman Lanigan RacingHonda
18Sebastien BourdaisLe Mans, FranceSealMasterDale Coyne RacingHonda
19Santino Ferrucci (R)Woodbury, Connecticut, USACly-Del ManufacturingDale Coyne RacingHonda
20Ed CarpenterIndianapolis, Indiana, USAEd Carpenter RacingEd Carpenter RacingChevrolet
21Spencer PigotOrlando, Florida, USAEd Carpenter RacingEd Carpenter RacingChevrolet
22Simon PagenaudMontmorillon, FranceMenardsTeam PenskeChevrolet
23Charlie KimballCamarillo, California, USAripKurrentCarlinChevrolet
26Zach VeachStockdale, Ohio, USAGainbridgeAndretti AutosportHonda
27Alexander RossiNevada City, California, USANAPA Auto PartsAndretti AutosportHonda
28Ryan Hunter-ReayFort Lauderdale, Florida, USADHLAndretti AutosportHonda
30Takuma SatoTokyo, JapanMi-Jack / PanasonicRahal Letterman Lanigan RacingHonda
59Conor DalyNoblesville, Indiana, USAGallagherCarlinChevrolet
88Colton Herta (R)Valencia, California, USACapstone TurbineHarding Steinbrenner RacingHonda
98Marco AndrettiNazareth, Pennsylvania, USAOberto Circle K / CurbAndretti AutosportHonda
— Entry List: PDF
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