2022 Acura Grand Prix of Long Beach

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Streets of Long Beach
April 10, 2022

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Race Top Five

RankDriverCar No.Laps LedPoints
1Josef Newgarden23253
2Romain Grosjean28-40
3Alex Palou102236
4Will Power12233
5Pato O'Ward5-30

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RankDriverCar No.StartLapsTotal TimeLaps LedStatusPointsAvg. SpeedPit Stops
1Josef Newgarden228501:46:48.010232Running5393.9772
2Romain Grosjean2868501:46:49.2971-Running4093.9592
3Alex Palou1038501:46:49.769622Running3693.9522
4Will Power1278501:46:50.97562Running3393.9342
5Pato O'Ward5118501:46:51.7224-Running3093.9232
6Scott Dixon9168501:46:53.0707-Running2893.9032
7Graham Rahal15138501:46:53.4033-Running2693.8982
8Alexander Rossi2758501:46:55.3186-Running2493.8702
9Helio Castroneves6148501:46:56.9623-Running2293.8462
10Kyle Kirkwood14128501:47:00.8733-Running2093.7892
11Felix Rosenqvist748501:47:02.3032-Running1993.7682
12Conor Daly20178501:47:03.2279-Running1893.7552
13Rinus VeeKay21158501:47:04.2562-Running1793.7403
14Scott McLaughlin398501:47:05.9393-Running1693.7153
15Jack Harvey45208501:47:06.7909-Running1593.7032
16Tatiana Calderon11268401:47:13.0754-Running1492.5103
17Takuma Sato51228301:44:30.9538-Contact1393.7722
18Christian Lundgaard30198301:47:07.3519-Running1291.4903
19Simon Pagenaud60108101:47:08.7388-Running1189.2663
20Jimmie Johnson48257301:31:54.6141-Contact1093.7853
21David Malukas18187201:31:55.1847-Contact992.4914
22Marcus Ericsson886601:22:22.4037-Contact894.6092
23Colton Herta2615501:04:59.385928Contact999.9301
24Callum Ilott77215501:09:33.3127-Contact693.3702
25Devlin DeFrancesco29233500:45:31.17591Contact690.7922
26Dalton Kellett424500:05:58.1147-Contact598.9180
— Race: Results (PDF) | Back to the session list

Race Notes:

  • The 2022 Acura Grand Prix of Long Beach was 85 laps on the 11-turn, 1.968-mile Long Beach temporary street circuit.
  • The pit road speed was 50 mph and the pit window was 26–29 laps under green-flag conditions assuming a two-stop strategy.
  • The race started the third time past the flag stand with pole sitter Colton Herta gridded on drivers' left.
  • Just before the green flag, the ambient temperature was 66 degrees under mostly cloudy skies. The track temperature was 108 degrees according to Firestone Racing engineers.
  • The command to start engines was given at 12:38 p.m. PDT by Steve Goodling, president of the Long Beach Convention and Visitors Bureau.
  • Herta led the field to the green flag and went on to lead 28 of the race's 85 laps.
  • Cautions and pit stop strategy altered the top five throughout the race, which had four full-course yellow flags for on-track incidents:
    • Laps 6–8: The No. 4 AJ Foyt Racing Chevrolet of Dalton Kellett made contact with the tire barrier in Turn 1 and then made secondary contact with the wall. Kellett was able to exit his race car without assistance from the AMR INDYCAR Safety Team. Leaders under this first caution were Herta, Josef Newgarden, Alex Palou, Felix Rosenqvist and Alexander Rossi.
    • Laps 60–65: The No. 60 Meyer Shank Racing Honda of Simon Pagenaud ended up turned around and in the flower bed surrounding the fountain after a multi-car stack up in Turn 3. Leaders under the second caution period were Newgarden, Palou, Marcus Ericsson, Romain Grosjean and Will Power.
    • Laps 76–79: A spin for the No. 48 Chip Ganassi Racing Honda of Jimmie Johnson led to contact with with the Turn 8 tire barrier. The incident collected the No. 18 Dale Coyne Racing with HMD Honda of David Malukas, which also ended up in the tire barrier. Leaders under the third caution were Newgarden, Grosjean, Palou, Power and Pato O’Ward.
    • Lap 85: Takuma Sato had contact in Turn 8 on Lap 83 which stranded him on course leading to the race finishing under caution.
  • In addition to the full-course cautions, there were two local yellows that had a significant impact on the race’s outcome:
    • On Lap 56, Herta’s No. 26 Andretti Autosport made contact with the wall in Turn 9. The damage eliminated him from the race, however he was able to maneuver the car into the alternate pit entrance thus eliminating the need for a full-course caution.
    • On Lap 67, the No.8 Chip Ganassi Racing Honda of Ericsson made contact with the barrier in Turn 4. The disabled race car collected the No. 9 Chip Ganassi Racing Honda of Scott Dixon, which spun Ericsson’s car off course.
  • Prior to the race-ending caution, Newgarden took the white flag with a 0.7819-second advantage over second-place Grosjean.
  • Newgarden crossed the finish line under caution, earning the driver his 22nd career NTT IndyCar Series victory and his second consecutive win of 2022. It marked his first victory at the Long Beach street circuit.
  • Points after the Acura Grand Prix of Long Beach:
    1. Newgarden 118
    2. McLaughlin 113
    3. Palou 103
    4. Power 102
    5. Dixon 83
    6. Grosjean 75
    7. VeeKay 67
    8. Ericsson 66
    9. O’Ward 63
    10. Rahal 60


RankDriverCar No.Best TimeOn LapBest SpeedTotal LapsDifferenceGap
1Colton Herta2601:05.864516107.56617--.------.----
2Scott Dixon901:06.192313107.034200.32780.3278
3Marcus Ericsson801:06.393420106.709200.52890.2011
4Simon Pagenaud6001:06.776616106.097160.91210.3832
5Will Power1201:06.820315106.028170.95580.0437
6Romain Grosjean2801:06.831715106.010160.96720.0114
7David Malukas1801:06.900515105.901161.03600.0688
8Rinus VeeKay2101:06.914418105.879201.04990.0139
9Helio Castroneves601:06.940917105.837181.07640.0265
10Callum Ilott7701:07.121417105.552171.25690.1805
11Pato O'Ward501:07.174012105.469201.30950.0526
12Jack Harvey4501:07.208717105.415171.34420.0347
13Alex Palou1001:07.238410105.368201.37390.0297
14Graham Rahal1501:07.312411105.253141.44790.0740
15Josef Newgarden201:07.36278105.174171.49820.0503
16Christian Lundgaard3001:07.421915105.082151.55740.0592
17Devlin DeFrancesco2901:07.439415105.054171.57490.0175
18Alexander Rossi2701:07.67248104.693141.80790.2330
19Conor Daly2001:07.82369104.459191.95910.1512
20Felix Rosenqvist701:07.84876104.421171.98420.0251
21Kyle Kirkwood1401:08.118915104.006162.25440.2702
22Takuma Sato5101:08.35428103.648152.48970.2353
23Dalton Kellett401:08.55605103.343162.69150.2018
24Jimmie Johnson4801:08.994916102.686173.13040.4389
25Tatiana Calderon1101:09.694214101.656143.82970.6993
26Scott McLaughlin303:25.4643134.48222:19.59982:15.7701
— Warm-up: Results | Back to the session list

Session Notes:

  • The 30-minute warm-up session for the 2022 Acura Grand Prix of Long Beach began on time at 9 a.m. PDT.
  • During warm-up, the No. 3 Team Penske Chevrolet of Scott McLaughlin was brought behind the wall with an engine issue.
  • One red flag was displayed at the 21-minute mark when Graham Rahal spun his No. 15 Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing Honda in Turn 4 and made light contact with the wall. Having stalled his race car, Rahal required a restart by the AMR INDYCAR Safety Team which allowed the car to return to pit lane under its own power with damage.
  • At the conclusion of the session, pole sitter Colton Herta's 1:05.8645 was the fastest lap.


Firestone Fast Six
RankDriverCar No.Best TimeBest SpeedBest LapTotal LapsDifferenceGap
1Colton Herta2601:05.3095108.48022--.------.----
2Josef Newgarden201:05.7550107.745330.44550.4455
3Alex Palou1001:05.8667107.563230.55720.1117
4Felix Rosenqvist701:05.9349107.451350.62540.0682
5Alexander Rossi2701:06.0674107.236140.75790.1325
6Romain Grosjean28No Time0.000020.00000.0000
— Firestone Fast Six: Results (PDF) | Overall Results (PDF) | Back to session list

Session Notes:

  • Qualifying for the NTT P1 Award consists of three segments. In Round 1, cars are split into two groups of 13 based on combined practice times and each group receives 10 minutes of track time. The fastest six cars from each group advance to Round 2 while the remaining cars are assigned starting positions 13 through 26 with the odd-numbered starting positions coming from Group 1 and the even-numbered starting positions from Group 2. Round 2 also consists of 10 minutes of track time with the fastest six drivers advancing to the Firestone Fast Six while the seventh through 12th fastest are assigned the corresponding starting positions. During the Firestone Fast Six, the six cars receive six minutes of guaranteed green-flag time and the cars are ranked one through six based on their fastest laps.
  • At the start of qualifying for the 2022 Acura Grand Prix of Long Beach, the ambient temperature at the Long Beach street circuit was 68 degrees and the track temperature was 111 degrees according to Firestone engineers.
  • Prior to the session, the standing qualifying record at Long Beach was a 1:06.2243 set by Helio Castroneves in 2017.
  • Rounds 1 and 2 proceeded without major incidents. In both rounds, Colton Herta established new track records: 1:05.7283 in Round 1 Group 1 and 1:05.4057 in Round 2.
  • In the Firestone Fast Six, Romain Grosjean caused a red flag with two seconds remaining on the clock. Grosjean was penalized his two fastest laps and the ability to continue, while the five remaining drivers were given the opportunity for one additional timed lap. Only Felix Rosenqvist and Alexander Rossi elected to participate.
  • At the conclusion of Round 3, Herta's 1:05.3095 earned him his eighth career NTT IndyCar Series pole and established another new track record at Long Beach. The driver's last pole was in September 2021 at WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca.

Round 2
RankDriverCar No.Best TimeBest SpeedBest LapTotal LapsDifferenceGap
1Colton Herta2601:05.4057108.32166--.------.----
2Alexander Rossi2701:05.5775108.037560.17180.1718
3Felix Rosenqvist701:05.6344107.943670.22870.0569
4Alex Palou1001:05.7662107.727770.36050.1318
5Josef Newgarden201:05.8194107.640570.41370.0532
6Romain Grosjean2801:05.8744107.550660.46870.0550
7Will Power1201:05.8745107.550570.46880.0001
8Marcus Ericsson801:05.9548107.419660.54910.0803
9Scott McLaughlin301:06.0507107.263370.64500.0959
10Simon Pagenaud6001:06.0678107.235360.66210.0171
11Pato O'Ward501:06.0726107.228660.66690.0048
12Kyle Kirkwood1401:06.2604106.924670.85470.1878
— Round 2: Results (PDF) | Back to session list

Round 1 Group 2
RankDriverCar No.Best TimeBest SpeedBest LapTotal LapsDifferenceGap
1Romain Grosjean2801:05.7468107.75966--.------.----
2Simon Pagenaud6001:05.8908107.523560.14400.1440
3Will Power1201:06.0788107.217770.33200.1880
4Josef Newgarden201:06.0819107.212670.33510.0031
5Alex Palou1001:06.1452107.110570.39840.0633
6Pato O'Ward501:06.1781107.057670.43130.0329
7Helio Castroneves601:06.2467106.946560.49990.0686
8Scott Dixon901:06.3241106.821670.57730.0774
9Conor Daly2001:06.4489106.620660.70210.1248
10Christian Lundgaard3001:06.5049106.530560.75810.0560
11Callum Ilott7701:06.6672106.271770.92040.1623
12Dalton Kellett401:06.7679106.111671.02110.1007
13Tatiana Calderon1101:07.4789104.993661.73210.7110
— Round 1 Group 2: Results (PDF) | Back to session list

Round 1 Group 1
RankDriverCar No.Best TimeBest SpeedBest LapTotal LapsDifferenceGap
1Colton Herta2601:05.7283107.78966--.------.----
2Alexander Rossi2701:05.8363107.612560.10800.1080
3Felix Rosenqvist701:06.1005107.182670.37220.2642
4Scott McLaughlin301:06.1076107.171560.37930.0071
5Kyle Kirkwood1401:06.4676106.590660.73930.3600
6Marcus Ericsson801:06.5757106.417660.84740.1081
7Graham Rahal1501:06.6896106.235670.96130.1139
8Rinus VeeKay2101:06.7049106.211670.97660.0153
9Devlin DeFrancesco2901:06.7418106.152671.01350.0369
10David Malukas1801:06.7925106.072661.06420.0507
11Jack Harvey4501:06.9708105.789771.24250.1783
12Takuma Sato5101:07.1001105.586671.37180.1293
13Jimmie Johnson4801:09.0287102.636263.30041.9286
— Round 1 Group 1: Results (PDF) | Back to session list

Practice 2

RankDriverCar No.Best TimeOn LapBest SpeedTotal LapsDifferenceGap
1Romain Grosjean2801:05.652022107.91423--.------.----
2Colton Herta2601:05.697120107.840200.04510.0451
3Will Power1201:05.938324107.446240.28630.2412
4Alexander Rossi2701:05.942419107.439200.29040.0041
5Simon Pagenaud6001:05.998913107.347190.34690.0565
6Marcus Ericsson801:06.044422107.273230.39240.0455
7Alex Palou1001:06.059423107.249240.40740.0150
8Scott McLaughlin301:06.174424107.063240.52240.1150
9Scott Dixon901:06.216123106.995230.56410.0417
10Kyle Kirkwood1401:06.248619106.943210.59660.0325
11Helio Castroneves601:06.254818106.933190.60280.0062
12Rinus VeeKay2101:06.279720106.892210.62770.0249
13Josef Newgarden201:06.485317106.562180.83330.2056
14Felix Rosenqvist701:06.495823106.545230.84380.0105
15Callum Ilott7701:06.503321106.533220.85130.0075
16David Malukas1801:06.547119106.463200.89510.0438
17Christian Lundgaard3001:06.720719106.186201.06870.1736
18Graham Rahal1501:06.760914106.122181.10890.0402
19Conor Daly2001:06.840920105.995211.18890.0800
20Jack Harvey4501:06.847324105.985241.19530.0064
21Pato O'Ward501:06.950819105.821211.29880.1035
22Takuma Sato5101:07.193823105.438231.54180.2430
23Dalton Kellett401:07.272920105.314211.62090.0791
24Devlin DeFrancesco2901:07.434411105.062211.78240.1615
25Tatiana Calderon1101:07.950717104.264192.29870.5163
26Jimmie Johnson4801:08.389914103.594142.73790.4392
— Practice 2: Results | Back to the session list

Session Notes:

  • Practice 2 was 45 minutes in duration with a 60-minute time window, allowing the clock to stop for red flags.
  • The session started on time at 8:45 a.m. PDT and was stopped by three red flags.
    • At 9:18 a.m., Jimmie Johnson — who fractured his right hand in a Practice 1 crash — made contact with the Turn 1 tire barrier. Johnson was later checked and released by the infield care center and was cleared to drive by INDYCAR. The first red flag lasted seven minutes.
    • Three minutes after the resumption of green-flag practice at 9:25 a.m., the clock stopped again for a red flag caused by David Malukas, whose No. 18 Dale Coyne Racing with HMD Honda made contact with the Turn 3 tire barrier. Coming through the turn behind Malukas was the No. 45 Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing Honda of Jack Harvey, which stopped just short of the tire barrier to avoid hitting the stalled race car of Malukas.
    • At 9:31 a.m., the session went green but was red three minutes later when Graham Rahal's No. 15 Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing Honda also made contact with the Turn 3 tire barrier in an incident very similar to Malukas' earlier contact.
  • Romain Grosjean ended the session with the fastest lap, a 1:05.6520. The top nine drivers were all under the established qualifying track record, a 1:06.2254 set by Helio Castroneves of Team Penske on April 8, 2017.

Practice 1

RankDriverCar No.Best TimeOn LapBest SpeedTotal LapsDifferenceGap
1Simon Pagenaud6001:07.199114105.43018--.------.----
2Alexander Rossi2701:07.601217104.803220.40210.4021
3Scott McLaughlin301:07.672016104.693190.47290.0708
4Josef Newgarden201:07.728218104.606180.52910.0562
5Marcus Ericsson801:07.84255104.430170.64340.1143
6Colton Herta2601:07.878317104.375210.67920.0358
7Alex Palou1001:07.911313104.324160.71220.0330
8Will Power1201:08.000016104.188210.80090.0887
9Callum Ilott7701:08.020118104.157230.82100.0201
10Kyle Kirkwood1401:08.022120104.154200.82300.0020
11Scott Dixon901:08.047812104.115150.84870.0257
12Helio Castroneves601:08.157916103.947160.95880.1101
13Graham Rahal1501:08.173711103.923140.97460.0158
14Pato O'Ward501:08.41478103.55791.21560.2410
15Felix Rosenqvist701:08.461512103.486171.26240.0468
16David Malukas1801:08.483818103.452201.28470.0223
17Jack Harvey4501:08.579916103.307181.38080.0961
18Dalton Kellett401:08.700319103.126191.50120.1204
19Conor Daly2001:08.700918103.125181.50180.0006
20Rinus VeeKay2101:08.77066103.021131.57150.0697
21Christian Lundgaard3001:08.773617103.016201.57450.0030
22Romain Grosjean2801:08.84076102.916211.64160.0671
23Takuma Sato5101:09.24606102.313172.04690.4053
24Devlin DeFrancesco2901:09.60457101.787202.40540.3585
25Jimmie Johnson4801:09.62036101.76372.42120.0158
26Tatiana Calderon1101:10.209616100.909183.01050.5893
— Practice 1: Results | Back to the session list

Session Notes:

  • The start of the session, scheduled to begin at 3:15 p.m. PDT, was delayed due to course clean-up following the previous session.
  • At the scheduled start time, the ambient temperature was 95 degrees and the track temperature was 132 degrees according to Firestone engineers.
  • At 3:30 p.m., the session went green and was scheduled to run a full 45 minutes.
  • The first of two red flags was displayed when the No. 48 Chip Ganassi Racing Honda of Jimmie Johnson made contact with the tire barrier in Turn 5. At the same time, teammate Scott Dixon's No. 9 Honda was stalled in a run-off area. Both drivers were assessed five-minute time penalties for causing a red flag during practice.
  • The second red flag, which occurred at 4:06 p.m., was for Dalton Kellett who spun the No. 4 AJ Foyt Racing Chevrolet in Turn 5 and made light contact with the tire barrier. Kellett was penalized five minutes for causing a red flag during practice.
  • At the conclusion of practice at 4:22 p.m., Simon Pagenaud's 1:07.1991 was the fastest of the session and was four-tenths of a second clear of second-fastest Alexander Rossi. The top 13 through Graham Rahal were separated by less than a second.


Green Flag12:45 p.m. PDT *
Drivers Start Your Engines12:38 p.m.
Race Broadcast3 p.m. EDT on NBC and Peacock Premium
Qualifying12:05 p.m. Saturday
Practice Sessions3:15–4:15 p.m. Friday (45-minute session)
8:45–9:45 a.m. Saturday (45-minute session)
9–9:30 a.m. Sunday (warm-up)
Full Weekend ScheduleView PDF
Live Timing and ScoringINDYCAR Race Control and INDYCAR Mobile app (iOS, Android).
Radio BroadcastINDYCAR Radio Network, SiriusXM 160, IndyCar.com and on the INDYCAR Mobile app (iOS, Android).
Video StreamingAll NTT IndyCar Series practice sessions and qualifying will stream live on Peacock Premium, NBC’s direct-to-consumer livestreaming product.
* All times are in Pacific Daylight Time unless otherwise noted. View the green-flag time in all time zones.

Starting LineupView Table
Qualifications GroupsView PDF
Entry ListView Table
Spotter GuideView Web | View PDF
Pit AssignmentsView PDF
Push-to-Pass Parameters200 seconds of total time with a maximum time of 20 seconds per activation.
Tires Available per EntrySix sets primary, four sets alternate. Rookie drivers are allowed one extra primary set for Practice 1.

Starting Lineup

SPCar No.DriverEngineTire
126Colton HertaHondaAlternate
22Josef NewgardenChevroletAlternate
310Alex PalouHondaAlternate
47Felix RosenqvistChevroletAlternate
527Alexander RossiHondaAlternate
628Romain GrosjeanHondaAlternate
712Will PowerChevroletAlternate
88Marcus EricssonHondaAlternate
93Scott McLaughlinChevroletPrimary
1060Simon PagenaudChevroletAlternate
115Pato O'WardChevroletAlternate
1214Kyle Kirkwood (R)ChevroletAlternate
1315Graham RahalHondaPrimary
1406Helio CastronevesHondaAlternate
1521Rinus VeeKayChevroletAlternate
169Scott DixonHondaAlternate
1720Conor DalyChevroletPrimary
1818David Malukas (R)HondaPrimary
1930Christian Lundgaard (R)HondaPrimary
2045Jack HarveyHondaAlternate
2177Callum Ilott (R)ChevroletPrimary
2251Takuma SatoHondaPrimary
2329Devlin DeFrancesco (R)HondaPrimary
244Dalton KellettChevroletAlternate
2548Jimmie JohnsonHondaPrimary
2611Tatiana Calderon (R)ChevroletAlternate
(R) Rookie
— Starting Lineup: PDF

Entry List

Car No.DriverHometownSponsorTeamEngine
2Josef NewgardenNashville, Tennessee, USAHitachiTeam PenskeChevrolet
3Scott McLaughlinChristchurch, New ZealandSnap-onTeam PenskeChevrolet
4Dalton KellettStouffville, CanadaK-LineAJ Foyt RacingChevrolet
5Pato O'WardMonterrey, MexicoArrow McLaren SPArrow McLaren SPChevrolet
06Helio CastronevesSao Paulo, BrazilAutoNation / SiriusXMMeyer Shank RacingHonda
7Felix RosenqvistVärnamo, SwedenVuse Arrow McLaren SPArrow McLaren SPChevrolet
8Marcus EricssonKumla, SwedenHuski ChocolateChip Ganassi RacingHonda
9Scott DixonAuckland, New ZealandPNC Grow Up GreatChip Ganassi RacingHonda
10Alex PalouBarcelona, SpainNTT DataChip Ganassi RacingHonda
11Tatiana Calderon (R)Bogota, ColombiaROKiTAJ Foyt RacingChevrolet
12Will PowerToowoomba, AustraliaVerizonTeam PenskeChevrolet
14Kyle Kirkwood (R)Jupiter, Florida, USAROKiTAJ Foyt RacingChevrolet
15Graham RahalNew Albany, Ohio, USAQuartz Engine OilRahal Letterman Lanigan RacingHonda
18David Malukas (R)Chicago, Illinois, USAHMDDale Coyne Racing with HMDHonda
20Conor DalyNoblesville, Indiana, USABitNileEd Carpenter RacingChevrolet
21Rinus VeeKayHoofddorp, NetherlandsAlzamend NeuroEd Carpenter RacingChevrolet
26Colton HertaValencia, California, USAGainbridgeAndretti AutosportHonda
27Alexander RossiNevada City, California, USANAPA Auto Parts / AutoNationAndretti AutosportHonda
28Romain GrosjeanGeneva, SwitzerlandDHLAndretti AutosportHonda
29Devlin DeFrancesco (R)Toronto, CanadaPowerTapAndretti AutosportHonda
30Christian Lundgaard (R)Hedensted, DenmarkShield CleanersRahal Letterman Lanigan RacingHonda
45Jack HarveyBassingham, EnglandHy-VeeRahal Letterman Lanigan RacingHonda
48Jimmie JohnsonEl Cajon, California, USACarvanaChip Ganassi RacingHonda
51Takuma SatoTokyo, JapanNurtec ODTDale Coyne Racing with RWRHonda
60Simon PagenaudMontmorillon, FranceAutoNation / SiriusXMMeyer Shank RacingHonda
77Callum Ilott (R)Cambridge, EnglandJuncos Hollinger RacingJuncos Hollinger RacingChevrolet
(R) — Denotes Rookie of the Year candidate
— Entry List: PDF


Track TypeTemporary street circuit
Length1.968 miles
Race Distance85 laps (167.28 miles)
Number of Turns11
Track Map
2022 Acura Grand Prix of Long Beach track map
Event Twitter Account & Hashtag@GPLongBeach, #AGPLB

Past Driver Performance IndexView PDF
Last Five Wins— 2021: Colton Herta, Andretti Autosport
— 2019: Alexander Rossi, Andretti Autosport
— 2018: Alexander Rossi, Andretti Autosport
— 2017: James Hinchcliffe, Schmidt Peterson Motorsports
— 2016: Simon Pagenaud, Team Penske
Last Five Poles— 2021: Josef Newgarden, Team Penske (1:08.2241)
— 2019: Alexander Rossi, Andretti Autosport (1:06.4811)
— 2018: Alexander Rossi, Andretti Autosport (1:06.5528)
— 2017: Helio Castroneves, Team Penske (1:06.2254)
— 2016: Helio Castroneves, Team Penske (1:07.1246)
— 2015: Helio Castroneves, Team Penske (1:06.6294)
Qualifying Lap Record1:06.2254 (Helio Castroneves of Team Penske on April 8, 2017)

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