KOHLER Grand Prix at Road America – Saturday, 6:30pm – Close, plus three MRTI race recaps

By Tony DiZinno Josef Newgarden said after his third Verizon P1 Award of the season that it’s job one of the weekend done, but only job two will come tomorrow if he can win a race he feels got away from
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KOHLER Grand Prix at Road America – Saturday, 4:15pm – Quick and fast qualifying report

By Tony DiZinno Josef Newgarden has led a Verizon Team Penske Chevrolet front row sweep in qualifying for Sunday's KOHLER Grand Prix, with Will Power second and four more Hondas completing the Firestone Fast Six. The qualifying report is below. -- Reminder that here
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KOHLER Grand Prix at Road America – Saturday, 1:15pm – Qualifying groups

Here are the qualifying groups for the KOHLER Grand Prix. Qualifying begins at 3 p.m. CT and local time. Qualifying coverage airs live on the Advance Auto Parts INDYCAR Radio Network. On NBCSN, it airs on a same day delay
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KOHLER Grand Prix at Road America – Saturday, Noon – Phoenix, Foyt, Juncos and more – bevy of paddock updates

By Tony DiZinno and Steve Wittich So, a lot of notes beyond the on-track activity. We head into three Mazda Road to Indy presented by Cooper Tires races in a row next, before Verizon IndyCar Series qualifying at 3 p.m.. -- "Eyyy," 'The
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KOHLER Grand Prix at Road America – Saturday, 11:45 a.m. – IndyCar third practice, Indy Lights second qualifying

By Tony DiZinno After Josef Newgarden led both Verizon IndyCar Series practice sessions on Friday, Robert Wickens moved to the top in Saturday’s third practice for the KOHLER Grand Prix. The session began at 11:00 a.m. with temperatures warmer than they were
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