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#9: Scott Dixon, Chip Ganassi Racing Honda

Rahal Brings Honda Home for Third in Texas

  • Graham Rahal leads Honda effort in second race of NTT INDYCAR SERIES doubleheader weekend at Texas Motor Speedway, finishing third
  • Saturday race winner Scott Dixon maintains championship lead with fourth-place result
  • St. Petersburg winner Colton Herta runs fifth; Barber winner Alex Palou is seventh

FORT WORTH, Texas (May 2, 2021) – Honda’s Graham Rahal capitalized on his opportunities this weekend at Texas Motor Speedway, combining a third-place finish in today’s XPEL 375 with a fifth-place result in Saturday night’s Genesys 300 to vault to fifth in the early-season points standings.

Rahal and Saturday night’s Honda-powered race winner, Scott Dixon, ran at the front for the majority of the first 180 laps 248-lap event.  But the Rahal-Dixon battle enabled Pato O’Ward and Josef Newgarden to run in the draft of the leaders, then build an advantage when the Rahal and Dixon pitted, as O’Ward went on to score his career first INDYCAR win.

Dixon’s fourth-place finish keeps him in the Drivers’ Championship lead with 153 points to 131 for O’Ward; while three wins from four races has Honda leading Chevrolet in the Manufacturers’ Championship battle 332-318.  Colton Herta, winner of last weekend’s St. Petersburg race, finished fifth today in his Andretti Autosport Honda; while Alex Palou, winner of the season-opening Honda Indy Grand Prix of Alabama, took the checkers in seventh.

XPEL 375 Honda Driver/Team Results

  •   3rd Graham Rahal                 Rahal Letterman Lanigan Honda
  •   4th Scott Dixon                                   Chip Ganassi Racing Honda
  •   5th Colton Herta                    Andretti Autosport Honda
  •   7th Alex Palou                        Chip Ganassi Racing Honda
  • 10th Ryan Hunter-Reay            Andretti Autosport Honda
  • 12th Marcus Ericsson                Chip Ganassi Racing Honda
  • 14th Takuma Sato                    Rahal Letterman Lanigan Honda
  • 15th Tony Kanaan                    Chip Ganassi Racing Honda
  • 17th Jack Harvey                     Meyer Shank Racing Honda [mechanical]
  • 18th James Hinchcliffe             Andretti Autosport Honda [damage]
  • 20th Alexander Rossi                Andretti Autosport Honda [contact]
  • 21st Pietro Fittipaldi                 Dale Coyne Racing with RWR Honda [contact]
  • 22nd Ed Jones                          Dale Coyne Racing with Vasser-Sullivan Honda [contact]

NTT INDYCAR SERIES Manufacturers’ Championship (unofficial, after 4 of 17 rounds)

Honda                  332 pts

Chevrolet             318

NTT INDYCAR SERIES Drivers’ Championship (unofficial, after 4 of 17 rounds)

1. Scott Dixon, Chip Ganassi Racing Honda                   153 pts [1 win]

2. Pato O’Ward, Arrow McLaren SP Chevrolet                131 [1 win]

3. Alex Palou, Chip Ganassi Racing Honda                    127 [1 win]

4. Josef Newgarden, Team Penske Chevrolet                116

5. Graham Rahal, Rahal Letterman Lanigan Honda        107

Quotes

Graham Rahal (Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing Honda) started 9th, finished 3rd: “After the last round of pit stops, I tried to attack [the leaders] but the car was just too loose.  But all-in-all, a great weekend for team – a fifth and a third, we’ll take those results.  Honda did another great job, and the Fleet Cost and Care machine was super-competitive all race long.  It was fun racing with Dixie [Scott Dixon], but obviously [Josef] Newgarden and [Pato] O’Ward had excellent final [pit] stops, so great jobs by both of them.  Bring on Indy.”

Colton Herta (Andretti Autosport Honda) started 10th, finished 5th: “It was kind of a quiet race for us for the most part.  My strategists did an excellent job calling the pit stops. Our car was fast tonight, but we were never quite in a position to challenge for the win.  Good job, as always, by the Gainbridge crew and Honda.”

Rebecca Johnson (Senior Manager, Director of Production, Honda Performance Development) on tonight’s race at Texas Motor Speedway: “It was disappointing not to win today, after controlling much of the contest and leading well over half the total race distance.  But Honda already has three wins this year, and the top-five results for Graham [Rahal], Scott [Dixon] and Colton [Herta] keep both Dixon and Honda at the top of the championship standings.  It’s been a busy start to the season, with four races in three weeks, so it will be good to have a week off to recharge, then we all head to Indianapolis and, of course, the ‘500’.”

Fast Facts

  • With three wins from four races to start the 2021 season, Honda continues to hold an early-season lead in the INDYCAR Manufacturers’ Championship with an unofficial total of 332 points to 318 for rival Chevrolet.  Honda is seeking the company’s fourth consecutive NTT INDYCAR SERIES Manufacturers’ Championship in 2021.
  • Seven wins in 2020 brought Honda the company’s ninth INDYCAR Manufacturers’ Championship, and third consecutive title, with Honda driver Scott Dixon prevailing to win his sixth Drivers’ Championship, highest among all active drivers in the series.

Next

After opening the season with four races over a three-week period NTT INDYCAR SERIES now takes a week off before resuming May 14-15 with the AMR Grand Prix of Indianapolis, on the road course at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.

Honda Racing social media content and video links from Texas Motor Speedway can be found on Instagram (www.instagram.com/hondaracing_hpd), Twitter (twitter.com/HondaRacing_HPD) and Facebook (www.facebook.com/HondaRacingHPD).  Additional features and long-form videos can be found on the Honda Racing/HPD YouTube channel (https://www.youtube.com/HondaRacingHPDTV).

Genesys 300 Race Report – Texas Motor Speedway

Dixon Dominates in Texas for Third Consecutive Honda Victory

  • Defending series champion Scott Dixon scores Honda’s third consecutive NTT INDYCAR SERIES victory of 2021 at Texas Motor Speedway
  • Honda drivers open with road course, street circuit and oval track wins
  • Second Texas race set for Sunday

FORT WORTH, Texas (May 1, 2021) – Defending and six-time series champion Scott Dixon dominated tonight’s opening round of this weekend’s doubleheader at Texas Motor Speedway, scoring Honda’s third consecutive victory to open the 2021 NTT INDYCAR SERIES season.

Honda now leads rival Chevrolet by 51 points (269-218) as it seeks a fourth consecutive INDYCAR Manufacturers’ Championship.

Starting third, Dixon quickly took over at the front, leading 206 of the 212-lap Genesys 300, and moved into the championship points lead as Honda added an oval-track victory to wins in the opening two races of the season: on a road course at the Honda Indy Grand Prix of Alabama by Alex Palou; and victory last weekend by Colton Herta on the streets of St. Petersburg, Florida.

Following his fourth-place finish tonight, Palou is second in the early-season championship standings, with 100 points to 118 for his Chip Ganassi Racing teammate, Dixon.  Graham Rahal made the biggest gain tonight, finishing fifth after starting 13th, with Jack Harvey running seventh for Honda, moving him to fifth in the points standings.  St. Petersburg winner Herta appeared headed for a top-five finish tonight, but mechanical failure ended his evening after 190 laps.

Genesys 300 Honda Driver/Team Results

  •   1st Scott Dixon                                   Chip Ganassi Racing Honda
  •   4th Alex Palou                        Chip Ganassi Racing Honda
  •   5th Graham Rahal                 Rahal Letterman Lanigan Honda
  •   7th Jack Harvey                     Meyer Shank Racing Honda
  •   8th Alexander Rossi                Andretti Autosport Honda
  •   9th Takuma Sato                    Rahal Letterman Lanigan Honda
  • 11th Tony Kanaan                    Chip Ganassi Racing Honda
  • 12th Ed Jones                           Dale Coyne Racing with Vasser-Sullivan Honda
  • 15th Pietro Fittipaldi                 Dale Coyne Racing with RWR Honda
  • 16th Ryan Hunter-Reay            Andretti Autosport Honda
  • 19th Marcus Ericsson                Chip Ganassi Racing Honda
  • 22nd Colton Herta                   Andretti Autosport Honda
  • 23rd James Hinchcliffe            Andretti Autosport Honda

NTT INDYCAR SERIES Manufacturers’ Championship (unofficial, after 3 of 17 rounds)

Honda                  269 pts

Chevrolet             218

NTT INDYCAR SERIES Drivers’ Championship (unofficial, after 3 of 17 rounds)

1. Scott Dixon, Chip Ganassi Racing Honda                   118 pts [1 race win]

2. Alex Palou, Chip Ganassi Racing Honda                   100 [1 race win]

3. Will Power, Team Penske Chevrolet                            81

4. Pato O’Ward, Arrow McLaren SP Chevrolet                  80

5. Jack Harvey, Meyer Shank Racing                               77

Quotes

Scott Dixon (Chip Ganassi Racing Honda) started 3rd, finished 1st: “Yeah, that was pretty awesome. I love this place.  It was a bit of a crazy night, it was cool to be racing a countryman [fellow New Zealand native Scott McLaughlin] for those last few laps.  Huge thanks to everyone at PNC, the team, and Honda.  Always proud to be powered by Honda, especially when you get wins like this.  He [McLaughlin] was fast, and the conditions were definitely difficult tonight, with traffic and the rain earlier this weekend. But we won man, and that’s what counts.”

Graham Rahal (Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing Honda) started 13th, finished 5th: “We had a rough opening to the race, I think we fell back to about 20th place, but after our first pit stop I think we were the fastest car on track. I thought we might be able to get Alex [Palou] for fourth there at the end, but I took too much out of the car getting up to him, and didn’t have quite enough left at the finish [to attempt a pass]. The guys did a great job, Honda did a great job.  The motor was fast, to go by [Josef] Newgarden the way I did, I was super pleased with that.”

Rebecca Johnson (Senior Manager, Director of Production, Honda Performance Development) on tonight’s opening race win for Honda at Texas Motor Speedway: “Starting the season with three wins in a row, it simply doesn’t get much better. It’s good to see Scott [Dixon] start out his championship defense on a strong note, and to see three different Honda drivers win on three types of race circuit as the season begins with this string of consecutive events.  Hopefully, we can continue this string and close out the weekend with another win here in Texas.”

Fast Facts

  • This is Scott Dixon’s 19th consecutive INDYCAR season with at least one victory, tying him with A.J. Foyt on the all-time list. 
  • It is Honda’s 13th win at Texas Motor Speedway, and the fifth for Dixon.
  • Seven wins in 2020 brought Honda the company’s ninth INDYCAR Manufacturers’ Championship, and third consecutive title, with Honda driver Scott Dixon prevailing to win his sixth Drivers’ Championship, highest among all active drivers in the series.

Next

The doubleheader NTT INDYCAR SERIES weekend at Texas Motor Speedway concludes Sunday with the Expel 375, with television coverage on NBCSN starting at 5 p.m. EDT.

Honda Racing social media content and video links from Texas Motor Speedway can be found on Instagram (www.instagram.com/hondaracing_hpd), Twitter (twitter.com/HondaRacing_HPD) and Facebook (www.facebook.com/HondaRacingHPD).  Additional features and long-form videos can be found on the Honda Racing/HPD YouTube channel (https://www.youtube.com/HondaRacingHPDTV).

Honda Racing message points for INDYCAR at Texas Motor Speedway

Genesys 300 & EXPEL 375
Texas Motor Speedway
7 p.m. EDT Saturday, May 1 & 5 p.m. EDT Sunday, May 2
NBCSN and NBC Peacock
IndyCar Radio Network and SiriusXM

MANUFACTURER COMPETITION

  • This weekend’s NTT INDYCAR SERIES event at Texas Motor Speedway will be the first doubleheader race weekend of the 2021 season, and the first oval races. The weekend will include the Genesys 300 on Saturday evening, and the EXPEL 375 on Sunday.
  • Honda continues to hold the early-season lead in the 2021 INDYCAR Manufacturers’ Championship with Colton Herta’s win last Sunday at the Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg; and Alex Palou’s victory earlier this month at the season-opening Honda Indy Grand Prix of Alabama. 
  • As a result, Honda holds a 30-point lead in the Manufacturers’ Championship, with 178 points to 148 for rival Chevrolet.  The company is seeking its fourth consecutive NTT INDYCAR SERIES Manufacturers’ Championship in 2021.
  • Alex Palou continues to lead in the Drivers’ Championship standings after two races, with 67 points.  Defending series champion Scott Dixon, and Team Penske’s Will Power are tied for second with 65 points each.  St. Petersburg winner Colton Herta is fourth with 62 points.
  • Seven wins in 2020 brought Honda the company’s ninth INDYCAR Manufacturers’ Championship, and third consecutive title, with Honda driver Dixon prevailing to win his sixth Drivers’ Championship, highest among all active drivers in the series.
  • Honda will present an impressive lineup in Texas for the first oval races of 2021, all utilizing the Honda HI21TT twin-turbo V6 engine and Dallara chassis. It begins with six-time, defending series champion and 2008 Indianapolis 500 victor Dixon, and includes two-time and reigning Indianapolis 500 winner Takuma Sato; 2012 series and 2014 Indianapolis 500 champion Ryan Hunter-Reay; 2016 Indianapolis 500 winner Alexander Rossi; multi-race winners Colton Herta, Graham Rahal and James Hinchcliffe. 
  • Run in August due to the COVID pandemic, Sato’s victory at the 2020 Indianapolis 500 was the 250th for Honda in Indy car competition since 1994, and the 13th win by the manufacturer at the “500” – a record unmatched by any other OEM in the same period.

HONDA IN TEXAS

  • Honda-powered drivers have won 12 times at Texas in IndyCar Series competition, starting in 2004 with a 1-2 finish for Andretti Green Racing [now Andretti Autosport] teammates Tony Kanaan and Dario Franchitti.
  • Last year, Dixon dominated for his fourth career victory at TMS, leading a race-high 157 laps at the 1.5-mile oval.  Dixon went on to win his sixth IndyCar Series Drivers’ Championship, leading Honda to the 2020 Manufacturers’ Championship.
  • Other Honda-powered winners at TMS include Helio Castroneves (2006, 2009), Sam Hornish, Jr. (2007), Ryan Briscoe (2010), Dario Franchitti (2011, Race 1) and Will Power (2011, Race 2). The late Justin Wilson scored his final Indy car victory here in 2012, while Graham Rahal claimed victory in 2016’s weather-delayed event.

WHERE TO WATCH

  • Television coverage Saturday’s 212-lap opening race, the Genesys 300, starts at 7 p.m. EDT on the NBC Sports Network.  Complete, flag-to-flag race coverage also will be available on NBC Peacock and the INDYCAR Radio Network, also carried by SiriusXM satellite radio.
  • Sunday’s 248-lap XPEL 375 starts at 5 p.m. EDT, with live television coverage again on NBCSN.  Complete, flag-to-flag race coverage also will be available on NBC Peacock and the INDYCAR Radio Network, simulcast on SiriusXM.

Honda St Petersburg Post Race Report

#26: Colton Herta, Andretti Autosport Honda, winner
  • Colton Herta scores Honda’s second consecutive NTT INDYCAR SERIES victory of 2021 at the Firestone Grand Prix St. Petersburg
  • Follows last weekend’s win by Honda’s Alex Palou in season-opening Honda Indy Grand Prix of Alabama
  • Jack Harvey turns strong start into fourth-place finish, defending champion Scott Dixon runs fifth as Honda drivers take five of the top-seven finishing positions.

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (April 25, 2021) – Colton Herta continued Honda’s early-season winning streak in the 2021 NTT INDYCAR SERIES, with the Andretti Autosport driver starting from the pole and leading a race-record 97 laps en route to victory in the Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg.

The win is the second for Honda in as many races this season, following Alex Palou’s victory in last weekend’s season-opening Honda Indy Grand Prix of Alabama.  Starting on the outside of the front row, Honda-powered Meyer Shank Racing’s Jack Harvey battled the Team Penske duo of Josef Newgarden and Simon Pagenaud in the middle stages of today’s 100-lap contest to finish fourth for Honda.

Today’s results move Herta to fourth in the Drivers’ Championship standings, five points behind Palou; while Honda increased its lead in the Manufacturers’ Championship to 30 points (178-148).  Meanwhile, defending series champion Dixon backed up his third-place result at Barber with fifth today, leaving him just two points behind his Chip Ganassi Racing teammate Palou.

Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg Honda Driver/Team Results

  •   1st Colton Herta                    Andretti Autosport Honda
  •   4th Jack Harvey                     Meyer Shank Racing Honda
  •   5th Scott Dixon                                   Chip Ganassi Racing Honda
  •   6th Takuma Sato                    Rahal Letterman Lanigan Honda
  •   7th Marcus Ericsson                Chip Ganassi Racing Honda
  • 13th Romain Grosjean-R          Dale Coyne Racing with RWR Honda
  • 14th Ryan Hunter-Reay            Andretti Autosport Honda
  • 15th Graham Rahal                 Rahal Letterman Lanigan Honda
  • 17th Alex Palou                        Chip Ganassi Racing Honda
  • 17th James Hinchcliffe             Andretti Autosport Honda
  • 20th Ed Jones                           Dale Coyne Racing with Vasser-Sullivan Honda
  • 21st Alexander Rossi                Andretti Autosport Honda
  • 22nd Jimmie Johnson-R                       Chip Ganassi Racing Honda

NTT INDYCAR SERIES Manufacturers’ Championship (unofficial, after 2 of 17 rounds)

Honda                  178 pts

Chevrolet             148

NTT INDYCAR SERIES Drivers’ Championship (unofficial, after 2 of 17 rounds)

1. Alex Palou, Chip Ganassi Racing Honda                   67 pts. [1 race win]

2. Will Power, Team Penske Chevrolet                          65

3. Scott Dixon, Chip Ganassi Racing Honda                   65

4. Colton Herta, Andretti Autosport Honda                     62 [1 race win]

Quotes

Colton Herta (Andretti Autosport Honda) started 1st, finished 1st, led a race-record 97 laps for his first Indy car victory of 2021 “What a great job by everybody, my team, Gainbridge, Honda.  Sorry, I can hardly talk, I’m so winded.  I’m so happy that we did this, so happy that we rebounded from Barber [where an opening-lap crash sent him behind the wall for several laps for repairs].  We’ve now got the momentum we need [to contend for the championship].  I was nervous [following a late-race restart] because Josef [Newgarden] is so good around here and was on [Firestone alternate] ‘Red’ tires, but it turned out to be similar [to Herta’s primary-compound ‘Black’ tires], so I was able to hold him off.  Oh man, I can’t even speak right now.  So happy to be powered by Honda, and my team, they did a hell of a job.”

Jack Harvey (Meyer Shank Racing Honda) started 2nd, finished 4th: “I think we had a solid day.  Any time you start on the front row, you want to finish on the podium.  So [finishing fourth] is slightly disappointing.  But it was a solid result, and that’s what we needed to start the year off properly.  We’re just so close to [a qualifying] pole position and podium finish now, we just need to keep working hard and the results will come.  We were racing with some of the best drivers on the grid, and that’s where we want to be. I just want to win.”

Kelvin Fu (Director, Program Management, Honda Performance Development) on today’s Honda victory at the Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg: “Two wins, from two different Honda drivers and teams, is just a fantastic way to start Honda’s season in the NTT INDYCAR SERIES. It’s great to see a pair of young drivers – Alex [Palou] and Colton [Herta] – come to the fore and end up on the top step of the podiums at Barber and St. Petersburg. And encouraging to see Jack Harvey and Meyer Shank Racing have another strong run as their effort continues to improve.  Now we’re excited to head to Texas for our first ovals races of the year, in what should be a preview for an exciting Month of May and Indianapolis 500.”

Fast Facts

  • With its second win and first pole of 2021, Honda builds it’s early-season lead in the INDYCAR Manufacturers’ Championship with an unofficial total of 178 points to 148 for rival Chevrolet.  Honda is seeking the company’s fourth consecutive NTT INDYCAR SERIES Manufacturers’ Championship in 2021.
  • Alex Palou continues to lead in the Drivers’ Championship standings after two races, with 67 points to 65 for his teammate, Scott Dixon, and Team Penske’s Will Power.  Today’s winner, Colton Herta, is fourth with 62 points.
  • Seven wins in 2020 brought Honda the company’s ninth INDYCAR Manufacturers’ Championship, and third consecutive title, with Honda driver Scott Dixon prevailing to win his sixth Drivers’ Championship, highest among all active drivers in the series.

Next

The string of consecutive season-opening NTT INDYCAR SERIES races continues next weekend, with the May 1-2 double-header oval event – the Genesys 300 and Expel 375 –  Saturday and Sunday at Texas Motor Speedway.

Honda Racing social media content and video links from the Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg can be found on Instagram (www.instagram.com/hondaracing_hpd), Twitter (twitter.com/HondaRacing_HPD) and Facebook (www.facebook.com/HondaRacingHPD).  Additional features and long-form videos can be found on the Honda Racing/HPD YouTube channel (https://www.youtube.com/HondaRacingHPDTV).

Honda in St. Petersburg – Qualifying Report

#26: Colton Herta, Andretti Autosport Honda, Receives the NTT Pole Award

Pole for Herta, Honda in St. Petersburg

  • Colton Herta takes pole in Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg qualifying
  • Jack Harvey qualifies second in all-Honda front row

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (April 24, 2021) – Colton Herta prevailed in a typical fraught NTT INDYCAR SERIES qualifying, edging fellow Jack Harvey by just two-tenths of a second to secure an all-Honda front row for Sunday’s Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg.

Herta and Harvey were two of the seven Honda drivers to advance through the first round of INDYCAR “knockout” qualifying.  Behind the lead pair, defending series champion Scott Dixon will start eighth in his Chip Ganassi Racing Honda, with Rahal Letterman Lanigan’s Graham Rahal and Honda Indy Grand Prix of Alabama race winner Alex Palou rounding out the top 10 for Honda. Andretti Autosport’s Alexander Rossi and James Hinchcliffe also advanced to second-round qualifying, and will start 11th and 12th, respectively.

Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg Qualifying Results

  •   1st  Colton Herta                   Andretti Autosport Honda
  •   2nd  Jack Harvey                   Meyer Shank Racing Honda
  •   8th  Scott Dixon                      Chip Ganassi Racing Honda
  •   9th  Graham Rahal                 Rahal Letterman Lanigan Honda
  • 10th  Alex Palou                                   Chip Ganassi Racing Honda
  • 11th  Alexander Rossi               Andretti Autosport Honda
  • 12th  James Hinchcliffe            Andretti Autosport Honda
  • 13th  Ryan Hunter-Reay                       Andretti Autosport Honda
  • 15th  Takuma Sato                   Rahal Letterman Lanigan Honda
  • 16th  Marcus Ericsson               Chip Ganassi Racing Honda
  • 18th  Romain Grosjean-R         Dale Coyne Racing with RWR Honda
  • 21st  Ed Jones                          Dale Coyne Racing with Vasser-Sullivan Honda
  • 23rd Jimmie Johnson-R            Chip Ganassi Racing Honda

Quotes

Colton Herta (Andretti Autosport Honda) Pole Qualifier, 1st NTT INDYCAR SERIES pole of 2021 and 5th career pole: “I knew [before the start of the race weekend] we had a good race car for here. Just had to get through those two [qualifying] stages nice and clean. Really happy for [my] guys. We’ve got the best seat in the house [pole] for the start, it’s been an incredible weekend so far. Can’t wait to get going again tomorrow.”

Jack Harvey (Meyer Shank Racing Honda) Qualified Second, third career front-row start: “We felt confident coming into this weekend, as we’re run well here previously. We were strong all day, and happy to share the front row with our ‘pseudo teammate’ [Colton Herta]. With Colton, with Honda and the Andretti Autosport connection [MSR shares a technical partnership with Andretti Autosport], it’s a really good day for us all.”

Fast Facts

  • Honda claimed the initial lead in the 2021 INDYCAR Manufacturers’ Championship with Alex Palou’s victory Sunday at the season-opening Honda Indy Grand Prix of Alabama. 
  • As a result, Honda holds a 17-point lead in the Manufacturers’ Championship, with 90 points to 73 for rival Chevrolet.  The company is seeking its fourth consecutive NTT INDYCAR SERIES Manufacturers’ Championship in 2021.
  • Palou also takes the early-season lead in the Drivers’ Championship standings, with 53 points to 41 for Team Penske’s Will Power.  Palou’s Chip Ganassi Racing teammate, defending and six-time INDYCAR champion Scott Dixon, is third with 35 points.
  • The 24-car starting field at the Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg will once again be led to the green flag by the Honda Civic Type R Pace Car.  The Civic Type R is the latest in a series of Honda Pace Cars utilized for NTT INDYCAR SERIES competition since 2006.

Where to Watch the Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg

Sunday’s 100-lap Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg starts at 12 p.m. EDT, with live network television coverage on NBC.  Complete, flag-to-flag race coverage also will be available on NBC Peacock, the NBC Sports App and the INDYCAR Radio Network.

Honda Racing social media content and video links from St. Petersburg can be found on Instagram (www.instagram.com/hondaracing_hpd), Twitter (twitter.com/HondaRacing_HPD) and Facebook (www.facebook.com/HondaRacingHPD).  Additional features and long-form videos can be found on the Honda Racing/HPD YouTube channel (https://www.youtube.com/HondaRacingHPDTV).

Honda Racing Message Points for the Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg

Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg
St. Petersburg, FL
12 p.m. EDT Sunday, April 25, 2021
NBC and NBC Peacock
IndyCar Radio Network and SiriusXM

MANUFACTURER COMPETITION

  • Honda claimed the initial lead in the 2021 INDYCAR Manufacturers’ Championship with Alex Palou’s victory Sunday at the season-opening Honda Indy Grand Prix of Alabama. 
  • As a result, Honda holds a 17-point lead in the Manufacturers’ Championship, with 90 points to 73 for rival Chevrolet.  The company is seeking its fourth consecutive NTT INDYCAR SERIES Manufacturers’ Championship in 2021.
  • Palou also takes the early-season lead in the Drivers’ Championship standings, with 53 points to 41 for Team Penske’s Will Power.  Palou’s Chip Ganassi Racing teammate, defending and six-time INDYCAR champion Scott Dixon, is third with 35 points.
  • Seven wins in 2020 brought Honda the company’s ninth INDYCAR Manufacturers’ Championship, and third consecutive title, with Honda driver Scott Dixon prevailing to win his sixth Drivers’ Championship, highest among all active drivers in the series.
  • Honda will present an impressive lineup in St. Petersburg, all utilizing the Honda HI21TT twin-turbo V6 engine and Dallara chassis. It begins with six-time, defending series champion and 2008 Indianapolis 500 victor Dixon, and includes two-time and reigning Indianapolis 500 winner Takuma Sato; 2012 series and 2014 Indianapolis 500 champion Ryan Hunter-Reay; 2016 Indianapolis 500 winner Alexander Rossi; multi-race winners Colton Herta, Graham Rahal and James Hinchcliffe. 
  • Following his remarkable run in NASCAR Cup competition, seven-time stock car racing champion Jimmie Johnson will continue his rookie INDYCAR SERIES season in his #48 Chip Ganassi Racing Honda.
  • Accomplished Formula One racer Romain Grosjean will also has made the move to INDYCAR racing this year, driving the Honda-powered Dale Coyne Racing with RWR effort.
  • Run in August due to the COVID pandemic, Sato’s victory at the 2020 Indianapolis 500 was the 250th for Honda in Indy car competition since 1994, and the 13th win by the manufacturer at the “500” – a record unmatched by any other OEM in the same period.

HONDA AT ST. PETERSBURG

  • The 24-car starting field at the Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg will once again be led to the green flag by the Honda Civic Type R Pace Car.  The Civic Type R is the latest in a series of Honda Pace Cars utilized for NTT INDYCAR SERIES competition since 2006.
  • The Boost Blue Honda Civic Type R Pace Car is powered by a turbocharged, intercooled 2.0-liter VTEC engine that produces more than 300 horsepower and 295 pound-feet of torque, Modifications for Pace Car duty include Honda Performance Development competition rotors, racing pads and stainless steel brake lines; an interior safety roll cage; and four-point racing harnesses.
  • Honda-powered drivers have won nine of the 16 NTT INDYCAR SERIES races at St. Petersburg since the race weekend was revived for the 2005 season.  The late Dan Wheldon led a Honda and Andretti Green Racing sweep of the top four positions in the inaugural 2005 event, with teammates Dario Franchitti, Tony Kanaan and Bryan Herta filling out the top-four finishing positions.
  • Local resident Sebastien Bourdais is a two-time winner for Honda at St. Petersburg, driving for Dale Coyne Racing in both 2017 and ’18.  Team Penske’s Helio Castroneves also won twice with Honda during the “single engine supplier” era, in 2006 and ’07.
  • Other Honda-powered winners on the streets of St. Petersburg include Graham Rahal, with Newman-Haas-Lanigan Racing in 2008; Team Penske’s Ryan Briscoe and Will Power in 2009 and ’10, respectively; and Franchitti with Chip Ganassi Racing in 2011.

WHERE TO WATCH

  • Sunday’s 100-lap Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg starts at 12 p.m. EDT, with live network television coverage on NBC.  Complete, flag-to-flag race coverage also will be available on NBC Peacock, the NBC Sports App and the INDYCAR Radio Network.

Honda-Powered Drivers Score Victories in INDYCAR, Formula One and Off-Road

#10: Alex Palou, Chip Ganassi Racing Honda, winner

Honda-Powered Drivers Score Victories in INDYCAR, Formula One and Off-Road

  • Alex Palou scores first NTT INDYCAR SERIES win at Barber Motorsports Park
  • Max Verstappen, Red Bull Racing win Emilia Romagna Grand Prix at Imola
  • Jeff Procter, Honda Off-Road Racing Team score win in San Felipe 250

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (April 18, 2021) – Alex Palou completed a “Hat Trick” of international racing victories for Honda today by claiming his first NTT INDYCAR SERIES victory at the Honda Indy Grand Prix of Alabama. 

Palou’s win at Barber Motorsports Park completed the weekend sweep for Honda, which included wins by Max Verstappen in his Red Bull Racing Honda in the Formula One race at Imola, Italy; and the Jeff Procter-led Honda Off-Road Racing Team claiming the Class 7 victory in the SCORE International San Felipe 250 in Baja, Mexico.

Starting third in today’s season-opening, 90-lap contest, Palou was flawless in claiming victory in just his 15th INDYCAR start, and his first with Chip Ganassi Racing.  At the checkers, Palou held off former series champion Will Power by four-tenths of a second to claim the win, with his Ganassi teammate and defending series champion Scott Dixon, third.

Honda Indy Grand Prix of Alabama Results

  • 1st  Alex Palou                         Chip Ganassi Racing Honda
  • 3rd Scott Dixon                        Chip Ganassi Racing Honda
  • 7th Graham Rahal                   Rahal Letterman Lanigan Honda
  • 8th Marcus Ericsson                  Chip Ganassi Racing Honda
  • 9th Alexander Rossi                  Andretti Autosport Honda
  • 10th Romain Grosjean-R          Dale Coyne Racing with RWR Honda
  • 11th Jack Harvey                     Meyer Shank Racing Honda
  • 13th Takuma Sato                    Rahal Letterman Lanigan Honda
  • 15th Ed Jones                           Dale Coyne Racing with Vasser-Sullivan Honda
  • 19th Jimmie Johnson-R            Chip Ganassi Racing Honda
  • 17th James Hinchcliffe             Andretti Autosport Honda
  • 22nd Colton Herta                   Andretti Autosport Honda
  • 24th Ryan Hunter-Reay            Andretti Autosport Honda

NTT INDYCAR SERIES Manufacturers’ Championship (unofficial, after 1 of 17 rounds)

Honda                  90 pts

Chevrolet             73

NTT INDYCAR SERIES Drivers’ Championship (unofficial, after 1 of 17 rounds)

1. Alex Palou, Chip Ganassi Racing Honda                   53 pts.

2. Will Power, Team Penske Chevrolet                          41

3. Scott Dixon, Chip Ganassi Racing Honda                   35

4. Pato O’Ward, Arrow McLaren SP Chevrolet                34

5. Sebastien Bourdais, A.J. Foyt Racing Chevrolet         31

Quotes

Alex Palou (Chip Ganassi Racing Honda) started 3rd, finished 1st, first career NTT INDYCAR SERIES win in his 15th race start. “We knew we’re with the best team, and had a great car today.  So we knew a win was possible.  Everyone on the team did an amazing job.  The team was telling me on the radio ‘keep doing what you’re doing’.  It was one of those days when everything went well.  We had good fuel mileage, good tire management and good pace. This team is amazing.  Honda gave us a great engine.  Honda and Chip Ganassi Racing, what else can I ask for?”

Romain Grosjean (Dale Coyne Racing with RWR Honda) started 7th, finished 10th in his INDYCAR debut, top rookie race finish: “What a day!  My first race in INDYCAR, and my first top-10 result.  We can be very happy with that.  We fought for a long time with the top four, and we did our best. There’s a lot that we learned today, so we’ll move on to St. Pete and keep working to improve.  I still need to get used to rolling starts [as used in INDYCAR, Formula One uses a standing start], but it was a lot of fun!” 

David Salters (President, Honda Performance Development) on today’s season-opening Honda Indy Grand Prix of Alabama: “It was a good day for Honda Power here in Alabama.  A big ‘thank you’ to the amazing team at HPD, who worked tirelessly to provide the best possible performance for our teams.  It was particularly rewarding to see our colleagues here from Alabama, who manufacturer rugged vehicles such as the Pilot, Passport and HPD Ridgeline.  A big thanks to our teams, who all raced well, and a big hug to race winner Alex Palou, who drove simply outstanding all day to record his first INDYCAR victory.  We all extremely proud to represent Honda in what was a great weekend of racing for the company.”

Fast Facts

  • Honda takes the initial lead in the 2021 INDYCAR Manufacturers’ Championship with an unofficial total of 90 points to 73 for rival Chevrolet.  Honda is seeking the company’s fourth consecutive NTT INDYCAR SERIES Manufacturers’ Championship in 2021.
  • Alex Palou also takes the early-season lead in the Drivers’ Championship standings, with 53 points to 41 for Team Penske’s Will Power.  Palou’s Chip Ganassi Racing teammate, defending and six-time INDYCAR champion Scott Dixon, is third with 35 points.
  • Seven wins in 2020 brought Honda the company’s ninth INDYCAR Manufacturers’ Championship, and third consecutive title, with Honda driver Scott Dixon prevailing to win his sixth Drivers’ Championship, highest among all active drivers in the series.

Next

The NTT INDYCAR SERIES now heads southeast to Florida for next weekend’s Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg, April 23-25.

Honda Racing social media content and video links from Barber Motorsports Park can be found on Instagram (www.instagram.com/hondaracing_hpd), Twitter (twitter.com/HondaRacing_HPD) and Facebook (www.facebook.com/HondaRacingHPD).  Additional features and long-form videos can be found on the Honda Racing/HPD YouTube channel (https://www.youtube.com/HondaRacingHPDTV).

Front Row Start for Rossi at the Honda Indy Grand Prix of Alabama

#27: Alexander Rossi, Andretti Autosport Honda

Front Row Start for Rossi at the Honda Indy Grand Prix of Alabama

  • Alexander Rossi qualifies second for season-opening NTT INDYCAR SERIES race
  • Honda drivers claim four of the top six starting positions
  • Chip Ganassi Racing places three Honda drivers in the top six

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (April 17, 2021) – Alexander Rossi led the way for Honda today in qualifying for Sunday’s Honda Indy Grand Prix of Alabama, opening round in the 17-race 2021 NTT INDYCAR SERIES.  Advancing through all three rounds of “knockout” qualifying, Rossi set his best time, second overall, on his penultimate lap in the “Firestone Fast Six” final round to claim the outside front row starting position for tomorrow’s 90-lap contest.

Making his first start for Chip Ganassi Racing, Alex Palou will start his Honda from the inside of the second row, third; and defending and six-time series champion Scott Dixon starts fifth. Marcus Ericsson qualified sixth in another Ganassi Honda.

Former Formula One driver Romain Grosjean just missed making the final qualifying round in his INDYCAR debut, and will start seventh in his Dale Coyne Racing with RWR Honda.  Grosjean led the three series “rookies” in the field, while Colton Herta was the sixth Honda driver to qualify in the top nine, for Andretti Autosport.

Honda Indy Grand Prix of Alabama Qualifying Results

  • 2nd  Alexander Rossi                Andretti Autosport Honda
  • 3rd  Alex Palou                         Chip Ganassi Racing Honda
  • 5th  Scott Dixon                        Chip Ganassi Racing Honda
  • 6th  Marcus Ericsson                 Chip Ganassi Racing Honda
  • 7th  Romain Grosjean-R                       Dale Coyne Racing with RWR Honda
  • 9th  Colton Herta                     Andretti Autosport Honda
  • 11th Jack Harvey                     Meyer Shank Racing Honda
  • 13th Ed Jones                           Dale Coyne Racing with Vasser-Sullivan Honda
  • 17th Ryan Hunter-Reay            Andretti Autosport Honda
  • 18th Graham Rahal                 Rahal Letterman Lanigan Honda
  • 19th Takuma Sato                    Rahal Letterman Lanigan Honda
  • 21st Jimmie Johnson-R             Chip Ganassi Racing Honda
  • 24th James Hinchcliffe             Andretti Autosport Honda

Quote

Romain Grosjean (Dale Coyne Racing with RWR Honda) qualified 7th in his INDYCAR SERIES debut: “I had a bit of traffic [on his fastest lap], but it doesn’t really matter today. I’m very proud of the boys getting me to P7. I was just thinking, Josef Newgarden [who qualified eighth] is one of the stars of the series and knows Barber very well. So, I think we can be super happy with [out-qualifying Newgarden]. I think we’ve shown the work we’ve done in [pre-season] testing worked well.”

Fast Facts

  • Honda is seeking the company’s fourth consecutive NTT INDYCAR SERIES Manufacturers’ Championship in 2021.
  • Seven wins in 2020 brought Honda the company’s ninth INDYCAR Manufacturers’ Championship, and third consecutive title, with Honda driver Scott Dixon prevailing to win his sixth Drivers’ Championship, highest among all active drivers in the series.
  • Honda has been a fixture in North American open-wheel racing since 1994, and has played an active role in the growth of the NTT INDYCAR SERIES as both a Manufacturers’ Championship competitor and single engine supplier, with a record that includes eight Manufacturers’ Championships.  Honda’s Indy car total of 252 wins in 27 years of North American open-wheel racing – including 13 Indianapolis 500 victories since 2004 – is unmatched by any other manufacturer in the same period. 
  • Since the return of multi-manufacturer INDYCAR competition in 2012, Honda has scored five more Indy 500 triumphs, by Dario Franchitti in 2012, Hunter-Reay in 2014, Rossi’s dramatic victory in 2016’s historic 100th race and Sato’s popular victories in 2017 and 2020. The 13 wins by Honda at the famed Indianapolis Motor Speedway lead all other major automobile manufacturers. 

Where to Watch the Honda Grand Prix of Alabama

Sunday’s 90-lap Honda Indy Grand Prix of Alabama starts at 3 p.m. EDT, with live network television coverage on NBC.  Complete, flag-to-flag race coverage also will be available on NBC Peacock, the NBC Sports App and the INDYCAR Radio Network.

Honda Racing social media content and video links from Barber Motorsports Park can be found on Instagram (www.instagram.com/hondaracing_hpd), Twitter (twitter.com/HondaRacing_HPD) and Facebook (www.facebook.com/HondaRacingHPD).  Additional features and long-form videos can be found on the Honda Racing/HPD YouTube channel (https://www.youtube.com/HondaRacingHPDTV).

Honda Indy Grand Prix of Alabama Message Points

Honda Indy Grand Prix of Alabama
Barber Motorsports Park, Leeds, AL
April 18, 2021
3 p.m. EDT
NBC and NBC Peacock
IndyCar Radio Network

HONDA MESSAGE POINTS

  • Honda will be seeking a fourth consecutive NTT INDYCAR SERIES Manufacturers’ Championship when the 2021 season kicks off this weekend with the Honda Indy Grand Prix of Alabama at Barber Motorsports Park.
  • NBC will provide live network television coverage of the race.
  • Seven wins in 2020 brought Honda the company’s ninth INDYCAR Manufacturers’ Championship, and third consecutive title, with Honda driver Scott Dixon prevailing to win his sixth Drivers’ Championship, highest among all active drivers in the series.
  • This weekend’s Honda Indy Grand Prix of Alabama will be the 11th INDYCAR event at the scenic, 2.3-mile Barber Motorsports Park circuit; and the ninth year American Honda has served as title sponsor of the event.
  • Seven Indy car race winners, four Indianapolis 500 champions and two former series title holders make up the talented Honda-powered lineup for the 2021 NTT INDYCAR SERIES.
  • Honda will present an impressive lineup at Barber, all utilizing the Honda HI21TT twin-turbo V6 engine and Dallara chassis. It begins with six-time, defending series champion and 2008 Indianapolis 500 victor Scott Dixon, and includes two-time and reigning Indianapolis 500 winner Takuma Sato; 2012 series and 2014 Indianapolis 500 champion Ryan Hunter-Reay; 2016 Indianapolis 500 winner Alexander Rossi; multi-race winners Colton Herta, Graham Rahal and James Hinchcliffe. 
  • Following his remarkable run in NASCAR Cup competition, seven-time stock car racing champion Jimmie Johnson will make his official INDYCAR SERIES debut this weekend at Barber Motorsports park in his #48 Chip Ganassi Racing Honda.
  • Accomplished Formula One racer Romain Grosjean will also be making the move to INDYCAR racing this year, driving the Honda-powered Dale Coyne Racing with RWR effort.
  • Honda has been a fixture in North American open-wheel racing since 1994, and has played an active role in the growth of the NTT INDYCAR SERIES as both a Manufacturers’ Championship competitor and single engine supplier, with a record that includes eight Manufacturers’ Championships.  Honda’s Indy car total of 252 wins in 27 years of North American open-wheel racing – including 13 Indianapolis 500 victories since 2004 – is unmatched by any other manufacturer in the same period. 
  • Since the return of multi-manufacturer competition in 2012, Honda has scored five more Indy 500 triumphs, by Dario Franchitti in 2012, Hunter-Reay in 2014, Rossi’s dramatic victory in 2016’s historic 100th race and Sato’s popular victories in 2017 and 2020. The 13 wins by Honda at the famed Indianapolis Motor Speedway lead all other major automobile manufacturers. 

2021 Honda IndyCar Lineup: Barber Motorsports Park

Andretti Autosport                           #27 Alexander Rossi (W)

                                                            #28 Ryan Hunter-Reay (C) (W)

                                                            #29 James Hinchcliffe (W)

Andretti-Steinbrenner Autosport   #26 Colton Herta (W)

Chip Ganassi Racing                       #  8 Marcus Ericsson

                                                            #  9 Scott Dixon (C) (W)

                                                            #10 Alex Palou

                                                            #48 Jimmie Johnson (R)

Dale Coyne Racing:

    -with Vasser-Sullivan                   #18 Ed Jones

    -with RWR                                      #51 Romain Grosjean (R)

Meyer Shank Racing                        #60 Jack Harvey

Rahal Letterman LanigaRacing           #15 Graham Rahal (W)

                                                #30 Takuma Sato (W)

(W) – Indy car race winner

(C) – Current/former series champion

(R) – Indy car series rookie

Honda St. Petersburg Race Report

Honda Claims Third Consecutive INDYCAR title, Dixon His Sixth Drivers’ Championship at St. Petersburg Season Finale

  • Scott Dixon secures his sixth INDYCAR Drivers’ Title with third-place finish in Florida
  • Honda wins ninth Manufacturers’ Championship, and third consecutive title, with seven race wins and 15 additional podium finishes in 14-race season

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (Oct. 25, 2020) – Honda today claimed its ninth INDYCAR Manufacturers’ Championship – and third consecutive title – as Scott Dixon scored the 15th podium finish for the company this season and succeeded in earning his sixth Drivers’ title, highest among all active drivers and trailing only the legendary A.J. Foyt in career championships won.

For Honda and Honda Performance Development, the company’s North American racing division, today’s result marks the first championship “three-peat” of titles in the 27-year history of HPD.  Entering Indy car competition in 1994, Honda won its first manufacturers’ title in 1996.  Additional championships followed in 1998-99, 2001, 2004-05, and 2018-19. 

Dixon’s championship is the 17th for a Honda-powered Indy car driver, and the 11th with multi-manufacturer competition.  Now a Honda Indy car team owner, Jimmy Vasser won Honda’s first drivers’ title in 1996.  Other Honda-powered Indy car champions include Alex Zanardi (1997-98); Juan Pablo Montoya (1999); Gil de Ferran (2000-01); Tony Kanaan (2004); Dan Wheldon (2005); Sam Hornish Jr. (2006); Dario Franchitti (2007, 2009-11); and Dixon (2008, 2013, 2018, 2020).

Today’s 100-lap season finale took place in hot and very humid conditions, resulting in a brief, light rain shower with approximately 20 laps remaining.  Pole qualifier Will Power led the opening five laps, but was soon passed by Andretti Autosport’s Alexander Rossi, who went on to lead a race-high 61 laps before ending his day with wall contact on Lap 74. 

Other Honda-powered race leaders included Colton Herta, Graham Rahal, James Hinchcliffe and Alex Palou.  But shortly after Rossi’s crash, Herta also slid off course, leading to an 11th-place finish.  Just moments later, Hinchcliffe was the next to fall victim to the tricky conditions, spinning in the final turn and then colliding with fellow Honda driver Jack Harvey as he attempted to rejoin the circuit.  Both would have to pit for repairs, dropping them out of the lead pack.  Palou’s fuel gamble came up this a few laps shy of a podium finish, as his late stop for a splash dropped him to 13th at the checkers. 

Meanwhile, after starting 11th – and needing only a top-10 finish to clinch the title – Dixon methodically worked his way to the front, moving into third on Lap 80.  Combined with four wins during the 14-race season, the podium result was more than enough for Dixon to claim the title.

Next

Sunday’s race concludes Honda’s championship-winning 2020 NTT IndyCar Series.  The 2021 season gets underway March 7, with a return to the Florida Gulf Coast for the next running of the Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg.

Honda Racing social media content and videos from the season-ending Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg are available on Instagram (www.instagram.com/hondaracing_hpd), Facebook (www.facebook.com/HondaRacingHPD) and Twitter (www.twitter.com/HondaRacing_HPD).  

Quotes

Scott Dixon (Chip Ganassi Racing Honda) Started 11th, finished third; has won his sixth INDYCAR Drivers’ Championship: “It’s all the team. I can’t thank everybody on this team enough. Obviously, [team owner] Chip [Ganassi], [race directors] Mike [Hull] and Barry [Wanser]; and everybody involved – Honda. I’m proud to be powered by Honda and what they’ve been able to pull out this year. They nailed it. Big thanks to everybody. My family – I’m glad my [daughters] and [spouse] Emma are here. I can’t thank everybody enough. PNC Bank, two out of three years (as champion) – that’s pretty good going.”

 “It’s never just one thing or one person. For me, it’s about the team effort. We had a lot of [internal] changes in the offseason. And we know next year is going to be the same, but huge thanks again to everyone on the team. Now we’re going to have a beer.”

Ted Klaus (President, Honda Performance Development) on today’s season-ending race, Honda’s ninth – and third consecutive – Manufacturers’ Championship and Scott Dixon’s sixth Drivers’ Title: “Thank you ‘Team HPD’.  Every one of you played an important role in this historic achievement, throughout the off-season and all through this year.  You executed against adversity, and never lifted off the throttle.  We dominated the Indianapolis 500 and brought home the drivers’ and manufacturers’ championships, and that is an enormous accomplishment.  To our partner teams, INDYCAR and our competitors:  job well done in 2020, thank you all.  We will celebrate tonight, but our next goal is to bring even more Honda power to the NTT INDYCAR SERIES in 2021.”

NTT INDYCAR SERIES Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg

Circuit:       Bayfront Park/Albert Whitted Airport (1.8-mile temporary street circuit) St. Petersburg, FL

Weather:     Sunny, hot, humid, 89 degrees F

Top-10 Race Results:

Fn.St.Driver      TeamManufacturerLapsNotes
  1.  8.Josef NewgardenTeam PenskeChevrolet10085.572 mph average (6 cautions)
  2.  6.Pato O’WardArrow McLaren SPChevrolet100+4.1409 seconds
  3.11.Scott DixonChip Ganassi RacingHonda100 
  4.  7.Sebastien BourdaisA.J. Foyt EnterprisesChevrolet100 
  5.19.Ryan Hunter-ReayAndretti AutosportHonda  100  
  6.12.Simon PagenaudTeam PenskeChevrolet100 
  7.15.Marcus EricssonChip Ganassi RacingHonda100  
  8.20.Charlie KimballA.J. Foyt EnterprisesChevrolet100 
  9.17.Graham RahalRahal Letterman LaniganHonda100 
10.13.Takuma SatoRahal Letterman LaniganHonda100   

Other Honda Results

11.  3.Colton HertaAndretti Harding AutosportHonda  100 Running
13.16.Alex Palou-RDCR with Team GohHonda  100  Running
14.  4.James HinchcliffeAndretti AutosportHonda  100Running
18.22.Felix RosenqvistChip Ganassi RacingHonda  98Running
19.  5.Jack HarveyMeyer Shank RacingHonda  97 Running
20.23.Marco AndrettiAndretti Herta AutosportHonda    74Did not finish – contact
21.  2.Alexander RossiAndretti AutosportHonda    69Did not finish – contact
23.18.Santino FerrucciDCR with Vasser-SullivanHonda    40Did not finish – contact
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