Liveries – 2019 Indy Lights Portland International Raceway

The Open Wheel’s Indy Lights liveries feature with photos of all the Indy Lights cars and drivers at the 2019 Cooper Tires Indy Lights Grand Prix Presented by Allied Building Products at Portland International Raceway in Portland, Oregon. Original photography by Parker Hall.

#2 HMD MOTORSPORTS/TEAM PELFREY DALLARA – TOBY SOWERY

#5 BELARDI AUTO RACING DALLARA – LUCAS KOHL

#21 JUNCOS RACING DALLARA – RINUS VEEKAY

#27 ANDRETTI AUTOSPORT DALLARA – ROBERT MEGENNIS

#28 ANDRETTI AUTOSPORT DALLARA – OLIVER ASKEW

#48 ANDRETTI AUTOSPORT DALLARA – RYAN NORMAN

#67 JUNCOS RACING DALLARA – DALTON KELLETT

#79 HMD MOTORSPORTS DALLARA – DAVID MALUKAS

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Liveries – 2019 NTT IndyCar Series Grand Prix of Portland

The Open Wheel’s INDYCAR liveries feature with photos of all the cars and drivers at the 2019 NTT IndyCar Series Grand Prix of Portland at Portland International Raceway in Portland, Oregon. Original photography by Parker Hall.

#2 TEAM PENSKE CHEVY DALLARA – JOSEF NEWGARDEN

#4 A.J. FOYT ENTERPRISES CHEVY DALLARA – MATHEUS LEIST

#5 ARROW SCHMIDT PETERSON MOTORSPORTS HONDA DALLARA – JAMES HINCHCLIFFE

#7 ARROW SCHMIDT PETERSON MOTORSPORTS HONDA DALLARA – CONOR DALY

#9 CHIP GANASSI RACING HONDA DALLARA – SCOTT DIXON

#10 CHIP GANASSI RACING HONDA DALLARA – FELIX ROSENQVIST

#12 TEAM PENSKE CHEVY DALLARA – WILL POWER

#14 A.J. FOYT ENTERPRISES CHEVY DALLARA – TONY KANAAN

#15 RAHAL LETTERMAN LANIGAN RACING HONDA DALLARA – GRAHAM RAHAL

#18 DALE COYNE RACING W/VASSER-SULLIVAN HONDA DALLARA – SEBASTIEN BOURDAIS

#19 DALE COYNE RACING HONDA DALLARA – SANTINO FERRUCCI

#20 ED CARPENTER RACING SCUDERIA CORSA CHEVY DALLARA – ED JONES

#21 ED CARPENTER RACING CHEVY DALLARA – SPENCER PIGOT

#22 TEAM PENSKE CHEVY DALLARA – SIMON PAGENAUD

#23 CARLIN CHEVY DALLARA – CHARLIE KIMBALL

#26 ANDRETTI AUTOSPORT HONDA DALLARA – ZACH VEACH

#27 ANDRETTI AUTOSPORT HONDA DALLARA – ALEXANDER ROSSI

#28 ANDRETTI AUTOSPORT HONDA DALLARA – RYAN HUNTER-REAY

#30 RAHAL LETTERMAN LANIGAN RACING HONDA DALLARA – TAKUMA SATO

#59 CARLIN CHEVY DALLARA – MAX CHILTON

#60 MEYER SHANK RACING W/ARROW SPM HONDA DALLARA – JACK HARVEY

#88 HARDING STEINBRENNER RACING HONDA DALLARA – COLTON HERTA

#98 ANDRETTI HERTA AUTOSPORT W/MARCO ANDRETTI & CURB-AGAJANIAN HONDA DALLARA – MARCO ANDRETTI

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Preview – 2019 Grand Prix of Portland

By Dylan Reynolds, The Open Wheel

The INDYCAR season continues this weekend with the NTT IndyCar Series Grand Prix of Portland and the Cooper Tires Indy Lights Grand Prix Presented by Allied Building Products at Portland International Raceway in Portland, Oregon. The Open Wheel will be covering the action on site all weekend so stay tuned to this site and our Twitter page @openwh33l for all of the latest news.


2018 PORTLAND 3

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Indy Lights Preview: Cooper Tires Indy Lights Grand Prix Presented by Allied Building Products (Entry List), Race 1 – Saturday, August 31, 2019 4:50PM (ET) & Race 2 – Sunday, September 1, 2019 12:35PM (ET) – Results from 2018 Race 1 and Race 2 at Portland show Andretti Autosport domination as Patricio O’Ward won both races. Combine that with Oliver Askew’s unbelievable hot streak and there’s not much of a need to predict anything more than another Oliver Askew double victory in Indy Lights. My pick to win: Oliver Askew (x2)

NTT IndyCar Series Preview: Grand Prix of Portland – Sunday, September 1, 2019 3:00PM (ET) NBC – Previous driver experience at Portland shows just the two winners in the field in Sebastien Bourdais (2) and Takuma Sato (1). The active Top 5 in laps led in this event are Bourdais (146), Alexander Rossi (32), Sato (25), Ryan Hunter-Reay (19), and Will Power (14). Here is the box score from the NTT IndyCar Series’ return to Portland in 2018. That race was won by Sato and he was joined by Hunter-Reay, Bourdais, Pigot, and Dixon in the Top 5. My pick to win: Josef Newgarden – The Penske cars were fast last year in Portland (as they are almost everywhere) and Newgarden will be eager to grab as big of a championship lead as possible heading into the finale at Laguna Seca. I get the feeling he grabs another win this weekend to put himself in perfect position to win his second NTT IndyCar Series championship.

My fantasy.indycar.com picks: Will Power, Sebastien Bourdais, James Hinchcliffe, & Conor Daly – It’s hard to build a trustworthy team with Newgarden’s big salary this weekend. Will Power gives you a fast Penske car. Bourdais has the best history in the field at Portland. I like the Arrow SPM duo of Hinch and Daly this weekend. They get along well and will be eager to show how well they perform together before McLaren joins the team next year.

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Preview – 2019 Bommarito Automotive Group 500

By Dylan Reynolds, The Open Wheel

The INDYCAR season continues this weekend with the NTT IndyCar Series Bommarito Automotive Group 500 and the Cooper Tires Indy Lights Oval Challenge of St. Louis at World Wide Technology Raceway at Gateway in Madison, Illinois. The Open Wheel will be covering the action on site all weekend so stay tuned to this site and our Twitter page @openwh33l for all of the latest news.


2018 GATEWAY 6

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Indy Lights Preview: Cooper Tires Indy Lights Oval Challenge of St. Louis (Entry List), Race – Saturday, August 24, 2019 4:25PM (ET) – The second and final Indy Lights oval race of the season will be a tough one to call with limited history to call on. Results from 2018 show Andretti Autosport dominated at Gateway last year as Ryan Norman grabbed the win over teammates Herta and O’Ward. Based on that and Norman’s strong showing in the Freedom 100, I think Norman is the favorite this weekend. Freedom 100 winner and championship leader Oliver Askew should be strong but Gateway is a difficult track for a rookie. Juncos Racing struggled here last year with Franzoni so VeeKay may just need to manage the deficit and give himself a chance at the next two circuits on the calendar. My pick to win: Ryan Norman

NTT IndyCar Series Preview: Bommarito Automotive Group 500 – Saturday, August 24, 2019 8:00PM (ET) NBCSN – Previous driver experience at WWT Raceway shows just the two winners in the field since the NTT IndyCar Series returned in 2017 (Josef Newgarden) and 2018 (Will Power). The Top 5 in laps led at Gateway are Scott Dixon (223), Newgarden (170), Power (98), Tony Kanaan (21), and Simon Pagenaud (13). Looking at the box scores from 2018 and 2017, only Dixon and Pagenaud have finished in the Top 5 in each of the last two years. If that’s expanded to the Top 10, those two are joined by Rossi and Newgarden. My pick to win: Will Power – When Power gets hot, he’s as good as anyone in the field and might be the best in the business at building a win streak. As the defending winner at Gateway and winner last time out at Pocono, I like Power’s chances this weekend.

My fantasy.indycar.com picks: Will Power, Ryan Hunter-Reay, Sebastien Bourdais, & Colton Herta – You know my thoughts on Power. Hunter-Reay is due for some good luck on his side and has shown speed everywhere. Bourdais is a solid pick at $24, but keep an eye out for Ferrucci if he out qualifies his teammate. Herta has the pace and just needs to get to the end of the race. He drove well at Gateway last year in Lights.

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Preview – 2019 ABC Supply 500

By Dylan Reynolds, The Open Wheel

The INDYCAR season continues this weekend with the NTT IndyCar Series ABC Supply 500 at Pocono Raceway in Long Pond, Pennsylvania. The Open Wheel will be covering the action all weekend so stay tuned to this site and our Twitter page @openwh33l for all of the latest news.

2014 Pocono P2 3

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NTT IndyCar Series Preview: ABC Supply 500 – Sunday, August 18, 2019 2:00PM (ET) NBCSN – Previous driver experience at Pocono Raceway shows four former winners in the field in Will Power (2), Scott Dixon (1), Ryan Hunter-Reay (1), and Alexander Rossi (1). The Top 5 in laps led are Rossi (228), Power (191), Tony Kanaan (147), Marco Andretti (97), and Dixon (95). Rossi and Power have won over the last two years. Looking at the box scores from 2018 and 2017, Rossi, Power, and Josef Newgarden have finished in the Top 5 in each of the last two years. If that’s expanded to the Top 10, the list includes Dixon and Simon Pagenaud. My pick to win: Alexander Rossi – Rossi dominated this race last year and has been the best driver in the series on the big ovals over the last couple seasons. He needs a win this weekend to really bolster his championship hopes and I think he’s going to get the job done.

My fantasy.indycar.com picks: Will Power, Ryan Hunter-Reay, Colton Herta, & Santino Ferrucci – This week’s pricing makes it really to tough to front load your team with the favorites in Rossi, Newgarden, and Pagenaud. I’m going with balance here. Power has done well at Pocono in recent years and is good value at $28. Hunter-Reay has a couple podiums at Pocono and you know the Andretti cars will be fast on a superspeedway. To finish out my lineup I’m going with two rookies you know will put on a show and just hope they finish in Herta and Ferrucci.

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