Toronto - Sunday - Close
Florian Latorre, who finished second and first in the USF2000 races? French.
Alex Baron, who won the Lights race? French.
Sebastien Bourdais, who won the first Verizon IndyCar race of the day? French.
There's one exception to that, though. That would be Frenchman Simon Pagenaud, who did not have a good day. He lost 21 points today to Helio Castroneves and is now 71 points behind in the 2014 Verizon IndyCar championship.
Ryan Hunter-Reay is American, but he also lost ground in the stands. He came in 32 points back, but bad finishes in both races mean that deficit is over twice as large now.
Here's the top ten in points, along with the deficit each car faces to leader Helio Castroneves.
Castroneves 533 -
Power 520 -13
Hunter-Reay 464 -69
Pagenaud 462 -71
Montoya 428 -105
Dixon 387 -146
Munoz 384 -149
Kanaan 380 -153
Andretti 375 -158
Bourdais 358 -175
Briscoe 344 -189
Do Will Power or Tony Kanaan think it will come down to the two Penske cars? Kanaan was emphatic that it would be more than just Castroneves and Power at the finale at Auto Club Speedway.
But one of the non-Penske cars sure seems like it's going to have to hit a hot streak to make a serious title run... or the Penske cars are going to hit a rough patch at the worst possible time.