Scott Dixon and Will Power were impressed by the Aeroscreen during its maiden outing at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
After leading significant portions of IndyCar’s 2019 race at Pocono and celebrating on the podium, Will Power, Scott Dixon and Simon Pagenaud expressed their interest in returning to the venue.
Fans were treated to a spectacular finish at Mid-Ohio after Barry Wanser instructed his driver to have a go at the race leader on the final lap.
Friday’s unique schedule at Iowa saw qualifying-specific and race-ready setups hit the track hours apart with the most emphasis being placed on strong race pace.
At more than 30 laps shorter than the street and road course races that precede it, the Long Beach race offers limited opportunities for strategy differentiation.
Scott Dixon remained embedded in the championship battle with a third-place finish at the Long Beach street circuit.
Through the lens of a new statistic, the on-track action of each IndyCar race can be quantified and compared.