Felix Rosenqvist's Road America victory was the first of his IndyCar career and the fourth consecutive for Chip Ganassi Racing in 2020 with teammate Scott Dixon having won the first three races of the season.
Both Pato O'Ward in second and Alexander Rossi in third earned season-best finishes, while O'Ward's second-place result represents a career best for the Indy Lights graduate.
Colton Herta's top-five result keeps his streak of top-10 finishes alive. He's the only driver in 2020 to finish inside the top 10 in each race through the fourth round.
The event was slowed by two consecutive cautions at the start of the race:
Lap 1: Contact with Will Power sent Ryan Hunter-Reay spinning into the outside barrier in Turn 1 while Jack Harvey spun in reaction. Graham Rahal also went off course in Turn 3 after contact with Power. Power was assessed a penalty for avoidable contact.
Lap 4: Power stopped on course after spinning and hitting a sign in Turn 13.
Pato O'Ward and Colton Herta topped their respective groups, reuniting the former Indy Lights teammates on the front row of REV Group Grand Prix Race 2.
The pole marked the first for O'Ward, who became the third-youngest Indy car pole winner at 21 years, two months and six days. The front row of O'Ward and Herta has the youngest average age in Indy car history at 20.7 years.
Both O'Ward and Herta each earn a bonus point for qualifying.
— 2019: Alexander Rossi, Andretti Autosport
— 2018: Josef Newgarden, Team Penske
— 2017: Scott Dixon, Chip Ganassi Racing
— 2016: Will Power, Team Penske
— 2007: Sebastien Bourdais, Newman/Haas/Lanigan Racing
Last Five Poles
— 2019: Colton Herta, Harding Steinbrenner Racing (1:42.9920)
— 2018: Josef Newgarden, Team Penske (1:43.2026)
— 2017: Helio Castroneves, Team Penske (1:41.3007)
— 2016: Will Power, Team Penske (1:42.2105)
— 2007: Sebastien Bourdais, Newman/Haas/Lanigan Racing (1:41.535)
Qualifying Lap Record
1:39.866, 145.924 mph (Dario Franchitti of Team Green on Aug. 19, 2000)