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Power wins Grand Prix of Portland, helps teammate in title race

Team Penske was the big winner in Sunday’s Grand Prix of Portland at Portland International Raceway. Will Power (No. 12 Verizon Chevrolet) drove away with the race victory – his second in as many NTT IndyCar Series races — while teammate Josef Newgarden (No. 2 Hitachi Chevrolet) extended his lead in the championship standings heading to the season […]

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Grand Prix of Portland – Sunday – Close and two more Road to Indy Reports

A Reflective Will After his 37th career win which puts him level sixth on IndyCar’s all-time wins list, Will Power was in a reflective mood in the post-race press conference. “It’s tough to win races, so any win you get, you’re just over the moon. But any win I get at the moment and any...

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‘What They’re Saying’ from Grand Prix of Portland Race

Top-10 Finishers 1st – WILL POWER (No. 12 Verizon Team Penske Chevrolet): “It was a pretty tough race for the Verizon Chevy. (Felix) Rosenqvist caused some pressure. At the end, we could slowly pull away and I felt like ‘Oh yeah, this is going to be good,” and then we got that yellow flag and I’m like […]

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TEAM CHEVY IN NTT INDYCAR SERIES: Will Power Puts Chevrolet in Victory Lane at Portland

CHEVROLET RACING IN NTT INDYCAR SERIES GRAND PRIX OF PORTLAND PORTLAND INTERNATIONAL RACEWAY TEAM CHEVY RACE RECAP SEPTEMBER 1, 2019 Will Power won his second race of the year Sunday to lead Team Chevy at the NTT IndyCar Series’ Grand Prix of Portland. It was the second win in three races for the 2014 IndyCar […]

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Race Report: Grand Prix of Portland

Matheus Leist captured an eighth place finish in his No. 4 ABC Supply Chevrolet after starting deep in pack in the Grand Prix of Portland at Portland International Raceway Sunday afternoon. A strategy twist to capitalize on a late race caution saw Leist pit with five laps to go for a fresh set of Firestone […]

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2019 Grand Prix of Portland

James Hinchcliffe  No. 5 Arrow Schmidt Peterson Motorsports Honda “I had an okay start, was nice and clear into Turn 1, and then just got broadsided. I guess Graham [Rahal] got into the back of Zach [Veach]… I watched the replay and Graham’s right-side tires are on the white line. If no other cars were there, […]

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Portland Promise Unfulfilled For Harvey after Contact

A promising NTT IndyCar race for the No. 60 AutoNation / SiriusXM Honda of Meyer Shank Racing driver, Jack Harvey ended far too early on Sunday at Portland International Raceway after he was taken out in a turn one incident on lap 14. The sudden and surprising end to the day came as a severe disappointment […]

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Pigot Drives Damaged Car Back Up Into the Top 10; Ed Jones Gains Nine Positions to Finish 14th in Grand Prix of Portland PORTLAND, Ore. (September 1, 2019) – Race Notes The first corner of today’s Grand Prix of Portland was not a kind one to Spencer Pigot, but he rebounded to bring home a […]

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Rosenqvist Runs Second for Honda in Portland

Rookie Felix Rosenqvist equals season-best result with second-place finish Alexander Rossi keeps championship hopes alive with third-place result Honda continues to lead Manufacturers’ Championship with one race remaining PORTLAND, Ore. (September 1, 2019) – Podium results for rookie Felix Rosenqvist and championship contender Alexander Rossi highlighted the Honda effort Sunday at the Grand Prix of […]

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An Opening Lap Crash Damaged Sato’s Car and He Ultimately Finished 15th; Rahal Retired in 23rd Place After Opening Lap Crash

Grand Prix of Portland – Portland, Oregon NTT IndyCar Series RACE NOTES/QUOTES – September 1, 2019 AN OPENING LAP CRASH DAMAGED SATO’S CAR AND HE ULTIMATELY FINISHED 15TH; RAHAL RETIRED IN 23RD AFTER OPENING LAP CRASH GRAHAM RAHAL, No. 15 One Cure Dallara/Honda/Firestone: “I messed up. I misjudged it bad and take it on the chin. To […]

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