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1 TRACKSIDE B A LT I M O R E

2 INDYCAR Media Web Site media.indycar.com A media-only section of the INDYCAR s Web site is available for media use. This site contains general content about the IZOD IndyCar Series and Firestone Indy Lights, including: IZOD IndyCar Series and Firestone Indy Lights logos for download Graphics and event photo galleries for download and publication INDYCAR PR contacts Team PR contacts Track contacts Teleconference advisories Teleconference transcripts, press releases, advisories and notebooks Weekly Video News Feed advisories and digital copies Information about each event also is available, including: Complete event schedules Broadcast information Daily Trackside Reports, including session details and quotes Event Video News Release advisories Event press conference transcripts The address for the media site is:

3 INDYCAR PR CONTACT INFORMATION INDYCAR. Contact information for members of INDYCAR Public Relations: a. Amy Konrath, Vice President of Communications/Public Relations cell; office; b. Dave Lewandowski, Director of Editorial Projects cell; office; c. Kate Guerra, Public Relations Coordinator/Social Media cell; office; d. Arni Sribhen, Media Relations Coordinator cell; office;

4 Teams. Contact information for IZOD IndyCar Series teams: a. Anne Fornoro, A.J. Foyt Racing cell; work; b. Ryann Rigsby, Andretti Autosport (Marco Andretti/James Hinchcliffe/Ryan Hunter-Reay) cell; x75 work; c. Veronica Knowlton, Andretti Autosport (E.J. Viso) cell; x7 work; d. Monica Hilton, Barracuda Racing cell; e. Chris Gallas, Dale Coyne Racing cell; f. Tom Blattler, Ed Carpenter Racing cell; g. Trish Donovan, KV Racing Technology cell; h. Paul Woolnough, Dragon Racing cell; i. Lorin Lukas, Novo Nordisk Chip Ganassi Racing cell; x47 work; j. Brie Rentz, Panther/Dreyer & Reinbold Racing cell; k. Mike Kitchel, Panther Racing cell; work; l. Kathi Lauterbach, Rahal Letterman Lanigan cell; work; m. Krystin Wiggs, Schmidt Hamilton Motorsports/Schmidt Peterson Motorsports (37) cell; n. Becca Bornhorst, Sarah Fisher Hartman Racing (64) cell; o. Merrill Cain, Team Penske (704) cell; p. Kelby Krauss, Target Chip Ganassi Racing cell; x47 work;

5 Title Sponsor, Manufacturers & TV Partners. Contact information for INDYCAR partners: a. Gregory Lee Hendricks, IZOD ; b. T.E. McHale & Dan Layton, American Honda cell; work; cell; c. Judy Kouba Dominick, Chevrolet cell; d. Mark Robinson & Leslie Wilhite, Firestone cell; work; cell; work; f. Chris McCloskey, NBC Sports Network cell; work; g. Andy Hall, ESPN cell; work;

6 INDYCAR INDYCAR PUBLIC RELATIONS STYLE GUIDE Indianapolis-based governing body of the IZOD IndyCar Series and Firestone Indy Lights. IZOD IndyCar Series The premier series of INDYCAR, which debuted in January 996. IZOD IndyCar Series should be used in all references. (e.g. IZOD IndyCar Series cars, IZOD IndyCar Series champion, IZOD IndyCar Series driver). Firestone Indy Lights The official development series of INDYCAR, which debuted in July 00. Firestone Indy Lights should be used in all references. (e.g. Firestone Indy Lights cars, Firestone Indy Lights champion, Firestone Indy Lights driver). Mazda Road to Indy The official ladder system of INDYCAR, which debuted in 00 consisting of the IZOD IndyCar Series, Firestone Indy Lights, Pro Mazda Championship presented by Cooper Tires and the Cooper Tires USF000 Championship powered by Mazda. Other Key Terms: Holmatro Safety Team: Official name of the track safety unit of INDYCAR. Holmatro Safety Team should be used in all references. E85: Official name of the fuel used by the IZOD IndyCar Series. Fuel is a blend of 85 percent ethanol and 5 percent racing gasoline. IR-: Official name of the 0 IZOD IndyCar Series chassis built by Dallara Automobili. Also called DW in honor of the late Dan Wheldon, the car s first test driver. Honda Racing HI3R: Official name of Honda s turbocharged V-6 IZOD IndyCar Series engine. Chevrolet IndyCar V6: Official name of Chevrolet s twin-turbocharged V-6 IZOD IndyCar Series engine Race car: Not racecar. Racetrack: Not race track; also applies to superspeedway. SAFER Barrier: Acronym for the Steel and Foam Energy Reduction Barrier in place at oval tracks. Note the uppercase B in all references. SWEMS: Acronym for the Suspension and Wheel Energy Management System employed on all IndyCar Series and Indy Pro Series cars. Turn: Uppercase in all references (e.g. Turn 4); also applies to laps (e.g. Lap 00).

7 FAST FACTS IZOD INDYCAR SERIES CHAMPIONSHIP QUEST RETURNS TO CHARM CITY Race Broadcast Sunday, Sept. p.m. (ET) NBC Sports Network Qualifying Broadcast Saturday, Aug. 3 6 p.m. (ET) NBC Sports Network Track Streets of Baltimore (-turn,.04-mile street circuit) Distance 75 laps/53 miles Radio IMS Radio Network XM /Sirius 0 Race Winner Ryan Hunter-Reay 0 Pole Sitter Will Power (:7.9750, mph) Track Record Will Power (:7.59, mph) September 0 First Indy car Race 9/4/0 Story Ideas: Castroneves aims to keep championship lead Helio Castroneves took control of the IZOD IndyCar Series standings with his victory at Texas Motor Speedway in early June and carries a 39-point advantage into the Grand Prix of Baltimore. Castroneves, who has recorded consecutive top-0 finishes, seeks his first victory in Baltimore. Will he able further extend his advantage in Baltimore? Kanaan to become Indy car Ironman INDYCAR s ironman is a fitting moniker for Tony Kanaan. Not only is the Indianapolis 500 winner a triathlete who has competed in the Ironman triathlon, but Kanaan will break Jimmy Vasser s record for consecutive starts in Baltimore. Coincidentally, Cal Ripken broke Lou Gehrig s record at Camden Yards, which is part of the Baltimore Grand Prix circuit. Wilson brothers team up at Dale Coyne Racing When Stefan Wilson joins his older brother Justin at Dale Coyne Racing at Baltimore, it will mark the first time that brothers will compete as teammates in the IZOD IndyCar Series. Among the famous brothers who have raced against each other are: Bobby and Al Unser, who raced in USAC and CART events in the 960s and 70s, Michael and Jeff Andretti, who raced in the early 990s, Mike and Robbie Groff competed against each other at Walt Disney World Speedway in 998 but not on the same team and Jaques and Buddy Lazier competed against each other in races from Can Dixon, Hunter-Reay get back in contention? Andretti Autosport driver Ryan Hunter-Reay and Target Chip Ganassi Racing s Scott Dixon have been among the front runners all season, but both find themselves losing ground to Helio Castroneves. Finishing first at Pocono Raceway and the Streets of Toronto all in a row has secured Dixon second place in the championship points standing. The New Zealander will be looking for his fourth win of the 0 IZOD IndyCar series season, while Hunter-Reay, who won at Barber Motorsports and Milwaukee, will try to defend his 0 race win. IZOD IndyCar Series returns to Charm City The IZOD IndyCar Series will return to the streets of Baltimore using a street circuit that incorporates many of the city s most popular attractions. Among the landmarks incorporated into the -mile, -turn track are Pratt Street, the scenic Inner Harbor area and Oriole Park at Camden Yards. Andretti family legacy The Andretti name has been a major part of auto racing history and the latest generation of the famed family hopes to make his own history at Baltimore, near the family s base in Nazareth, Pa. Can Marco Andretti score another win at the track for his father, Michael, whose Andretti Sports Marketing helps promote the event.

8 Manufacturer s title still up for grabs The tight competition of the IZOD IndyCar Series isn t exclusive to the drivers championship. Chevrolet leads Honda by three points in the manufacturer standings with four races left. Chevrolet, which took its eighth win at Sonoma, won the Grand Prix of Baltimore in 0 with Ryan Hunter-Reay of Andretti Autosport. Who will get the upper hand in Baltimore? Race Notes: The Grand Prix of Baltimore will be the third Indy car race on the streets of Baltimore. Ryan Hunter-Reay is the defending race winner. Will Power is the defending pole winner. Three drivers entered in the event Luca Filippi, Tristan Vautier and Stefan Wilson will make their first attempt to start an IZOD IndyCar Series race at Baltimore. Vautier and Wilson competed on the track in Firestone Indy Lights. Ryan Hunter-Reay and Will Power are the only drivers to win at Baltimore. Both are entered in the event. Will Power is the only driver to win the pole position at Baltimore. Power won from pole in 0. Championship Facts: Helio Castroneves leads the IZOD IndyCar Series championship with four races to go for the first time in his career. Castroneves has been in contention for the series title in four of the last five years. Castroneves leads Scott Dixon by 39 points matching his largest lead of the season. He also led Ryan Hunter-Reay by 39 points following Toronto. There are 3 drivers mathematically eligible for the 0 IZOD IndyCar Series championship. Any driver who trails the leader by 63 points or more following Baltimore will be eliminated from contention. Seven drivers were eliminated from championship contention at Sonoma. This is the third event at Baltimore. Defending race winner Ryan Hunter-Reay also won the 0 IZOD IndyCar Series championship. Season to Date: Will Power won his 9 th Indy car race in the GoPro Grand Prix of Sonoma at Sonoma Raceway. It was his third win in four years at Sonoma. Charlie Kimball won his first Indy car race in the Honda Indy 00 at Mid-Ohio. He was the 0th driver to win an Indy car race and the fourth first-time winner in 03. Scott Dixon swept the Honda Indy Toronto doubleheader to become the active leader in wins. The wins were his 3 st and 3 nd of his Indy car career. Scott Dixon led the first podium sweep for Chip Ganassi Racing when he won the Pocono INDYCAR 400 Fueled by Sunoco. It was his first win of 03 and the 30 th of his Indy car career. Marco Andretti won his second pole position of 03 at Pocono. It was his fourth career pole position. James Hinchcliffe won the Iowa Corn Indy 50. It was his third win of 03 and the fourth straight win at Iowa for Andretti Autosport. Helio Castroneves won qualifying heat No. 3 to secure his first pole of the season. Ryan Hunter-Reay won the Milwaukee IndyFest for the second consecutive year. It was Hunter- Reay s second win of 03 and the fourth for Andretti Autosport. Helio Castroneves won his 8th Indy car race in the Firestone 550 at Texas Motor Speedway. Will Power won his 3st career Indy car pole at Texas. Mike Conway and Simon Pagenaud split the wins in the Chevrolet Indy Dual in Detroit. It was Conway s second Indy car win and Pagenaud s first Indy car victory. Tony Kanaan won the 97th Indianapolis 500 to record his 6th Indy car victory. Ed Carpenter won his first pole position since 00 at Kentucky when he won the pole for the 97th Indianapolis 500.

9 There were a race-record 4 leaders and race-record 68 lead changes at Indianapolis. James Hinchcliffe won the Itaipava Sao Paulo Indy 300 with a last-lap, last-turn pass of Takuma Sato. It was his second win of 03 and the third win in four races for Andretti Autosport. Takuma Sato won his first Indy car race in the Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach. He was the 08th driver to win an Indy car race and first Japanese driver to win. It was A.J. Foyt s first win as a car owner since 00. Dario Franchitti won his 30th career Indy car pole at Long Beach. Ryan Hunter-Reay won his 0th Indy car race in the Honda Indy Grand Prix of Alabama at Barber Motorsports Park from the pole position. It was the second time he had won a race from pole. James Hinchcliffe won the season-opening Honda Grand Prix of St. Petersburg. It was the first win of his Indy car career. He was the 07th driver to win an Indy car race. Will Power won his 30th career Indy car pole at St. Petersburg. Tristan Vautier started his first career IZOD IndyCar Series race at St. Petersburg. James Davison and Luca Filippi made their first career IZOD IndyCar Series starts at Mid-Ohio Lucas Luhr started his first career IZOD IndyCar Series race at Sonoma. Milestones & Records: Should Dario Franchitti win the 03 IZOD IndyCar Series championship, he will join A.J. Foyt as the only drivers to win at least five Indy car titles in their career. Franchitti won the title in 007 and again from Foyt won seven championships in his career. Scott Dixon moved into sole possession of seventh place on the all-time wins list with his wins at Toronto s Exhibition Place. Dixon won his 3 st and 3 nd race to pass Sebastien Bourdais, Dario Franchitti and Paul Tracy. With their next victory, either Dario Franchitti or Sebastien Bourdais will move into a tie for seventh place with Scott Dixon on the all-time wins list if Dixon does not win before they do. Franchitti and Bourdais are tied with Paul Tracy with 3 wins for eighth. Scott Dixon extended his streak of consecutive seasons with a win to nine with his win at Pocono Raceway. Helio Castroneves moved into sole possession of th place on the all-time victory list with his win at Texas Motor Speedway on June 8. Castroneves won his 8 th race to break a tie with Johnny Rutherford. Helio Castroneves needs two earned poles to reach 40 in his Indy car career after he won the Verizon P Award at Iowa Speedway. Will Power recorded the 30th pole of his Indy car career at St. Petersburg and his 3st pole position at Texas. Dario Franchitti recorded the 33rd pole of his Indy car career at Sonoma, which gave him sole possession of sixth on the all-time list. Scott Dixon needs one earned pole to reach 0 in his Indy car career. With his pole at Toronto, Scott Dixon extended his IZOD IndyCar Series streak to eight consecutive seasons. Scott Dixon s second-place finish at Barber was the 30th of his Indy car career. It tied Helio Castroneves, A.J. Foyt, Al Unser Jr., and Bobby Unser for fifth on the all-time list. Dario Franchitti is the active leader in top-five finishes with 9, which tied Bobby Rahal for sixth on the all-time list. Franchitti finished third at Sonoma. Helio Castroneves tied Rick Mears for ninth on the all-time list by recording the th top-five finish of his Indy car career at Toronto. Tony Kanaan will attempt to make his th consecutive start, which will break Jimmy Vasser s all-time record of. Scott Dixon with 53 straight starts, Marco Andretti with 9 straight starts and Ryan Hunter-Reay with 04 straight starts are the only other active driver with a streak of 00 consecutive starts or more.

10 At-Track Schedule (all times local): Friday, Aug. 30 0:0-0:55 a.m. IZOD IndyCar Series practice # (all cars) :30-3:5 p.m. IZOD IndyCar Series practice # (all cars) Saturday, Aug. 3 9:05-9:50 a.m. IZOD IndyCar Series practice #3 (all cars) Noon :0 p.m. Grand Prix of Baltimore qualifying for Verizon P Award. (Knockout qualifying/firestone Fast Six), NBC Sports Network (Delayed, 6 p.m. ET) Sunday, Sept 0:5 0:45 a.m. IZOD IndyCar Series warmup :33 p.m. Grand Prix of Baltimore (75 laps/53 miles), NBC Sports Network (Live) INDYCAR PR Contacts: Amy Konrath, , Kate Guerra, , Arni Sribhen, , Dave Lewandowski, ,

11 All-Time Indy Car Records Wins (909-Present) A.J. Foyt 67 Mario Andretti 5 3 Michael Andretti 4 4 Al Unser 39 5 Bobby Unser 35 6 Al Unser Jr Scott Dixon 3 8 Paul Tracy 3 Sebastien Bourdais 3 Dario Franchitti 3 Rick Mears 9 Helio Castroneves 8 3 Johnny Rutherford 7 4 Rodger Ward 6 5 Gordon Johncock 5 6 Bobby Rahal 4 Ralph DePalma 4 8 Tommy Milton 3 9 Tony Bettenhausen Emerson Fittipaldi Earl Cooper 0 Poles (930-Present) Mario Andretti 67 A.J. Foyt 53 3 Bobby Unser 49 4 Rick Mears 40 5 Helio Castroneves 38 6 Dario Franchitti 33 7 Michael Andretti 3 8 Sebastien Bourdais 3 Will Power 3 0 Al Unser 7 Paul Tracy 6 Johnny Rutherford 3 3 Gil de Ferran 4 Gordon Johncock 0 5 Danny Sullivan 9 Scott Dixon 9 7 Rex Mays 8 Bobby Rahal 8 9 Emerson Fittipaldi 7 Second-Place Finishes (946-Present) Mario Andretti 56 Bobby Rahal 37 3 Michael Andretti 34 4 Helio Castroneves 3 5 Al Unser 3 6 Bobby Unser 30 AJ Foyt 30 Al Unser Jr. 30 Scott Dixon 30 0 Dario Franchitti 9 Gordon Johncock 5 Paul Tracy Rick Mears 4 Emerson Fittipaldi 5 Tom Sneva 0 Top-3 Finishes (946-Present) Mario Andretti 44 A. J. Foyt 9 3 Michael Andretti 00 4 Al Unser 98 5 Dario Franchitti 9 6 Bobby Rahal 88 Al Unser Jr Bobby Unser 8 9 Gordon Johncock 75 Paul Tracy 75 Rick Mears 74 Helio Castroneves 74 Scott Dixon 74 4 Emerson Fittipaldi 65 5 Tony Kanaan 63 6 Johnny Rutherford 60 Most Top-3 Finishes in a Single Season (946-00) Rank Driver No./ Year Mario Andretti 6/968 Alex Zanardi 5/998 Al Unser 5/970 4 Mario Andretti 3/967, 69 5 Scott Dixon /008 Top-5 Finishes (946-Present) Mario Andretti 95 AJ Foyt 50 3 Al Unser Jr. 4 4 Al Unser 40 5 Michael Andretti 39 6 Bobby Rahal 9 Dario Franchitti 9 8 Bobby Unser 3 9 Rick Mears Helio Castroneves Tony Kanaan 0 Gordon Johncock 07 3 Scott Dixon 05 4 Paul Tracy 0 5 Johnny Rutherford 99 6 Emerson Fittipaldi 84 7 Tom Sneva 74 8 Jimmy Vasser 67 9 Danny Sullivan 64 Gil De Ferran 64 Most Top-5 Finishes in a Single Season (946-00) Rank Driver No./ Year Mario Andretti 9/968 Mario Andretti 6/969 Al Unser 6/970 Alex Zanardi 6/998 5 Tony Kanaan 5/004 Helio Castroneves 5/008

12 Potential Records and Milestones 03 IZOD IndyCar Series Season WINS Scott Dixon moved into sole possession of seventh (7 th ) place on the all-time wins list with his wins at Toronto on July 3-4. Dixon won his 3 st and 3 nd race, to pass Sebastien Bourdais, Dario Franchitti and become the active leader in wins. Scott Dixon extended his streak of consecutive seasons with at least one win to nine with his win at Pocono Raceway on July 7. Helio Castroneves moved into sole possession of th place on the all-time wins list with his win at Texas Motor Speedway on June 8. Castroneves 8 th career win broke a tie for th with Johnny Rutherford with the victory. With their next victory, either Dario Franchitti or Sebastien Bourdais will move into a tie for seventh on the all-time wins list with Scott Dixon if Dixon does not win before either of them. The pair is tied with Paul Tracy with 3 wins. With his next victory, Will Power will move into a tie for st on the all-time wins list Earl Cooper with 0 wins. POLES Helio Castroneves needs two earned poles to reach 40 career poles in his Indy car career. He remains the active leader in poles after winning the Verizon P Award at Iowa. Dario Franchitti recorded the 33rd pole of his Indy car career at Sonoma to pass Michael Andretti for sixth all-time. Will Power earned the 3 st pole of his Indy car career at Texas to tie Sebastien Bourdais and for ninth all-time. Power needs one pole to tie Michael Andretti for eighth all-time. Scott Dixon needs one earned poles to reach 0 in his Indy car career. With his pole at Toronto, Scott Dixon extended his IZOD IndyCar Series streak to eight consecutive seasons with at least one pole. STARTS Tony Kanaan will attempt to make his th consecutive start and break Jimmy Vasser s all-time record. Scott Dixon with 53 straight starts, Marco Andretti with 9 straight starts and Ryan Hunter-Reay with 04 straight starts are the only other active driver with a streak of 00 consecutive starts or more. Sebastien Bourdais made his 00 th Indy car start at Detroit LAPS LED Helio Castroneves needs to lead 66 laps to surpass 5,000 laps led in his Indy car career. Castroneves has led 4,935 laps in his Indy car career and is the active lap leader. Dario Franchitti needs to lead 39 laps to surpass 4,600 laps led in his Indy car career in 0. Franchitti has led 4,56 laps in his career. Scott Dixon needs to lead 5 laps to surpass 4,00 laps led laps led in his Indy car career. Dixon has led 4,49 laps. Will Power led 6 laps at Indianapolis to surpass,700 laps led in his Indy car career. Power has led,784 laps in his career. PODIUM FINISHES Dario Franchitti is the active leaders in podium finishes with 9, which is fifth on the alltime list. Franchitti broke a tie with Bobby Rahal and Al Unser Jr. with his third-place finish at Pocono.

13 Potential Records and Milestones 03 IZOD IndyCar Series Season TOP-FIVE FINISHES Dario Franchitti is the active leader in top-five finishes with 9, which is tied with Bobby Rahal for sixth on the all-time list. Helio Castroneves tied Rick Mears for ninth on the all-time list by recording the th topfive finish of his Indy car career at Toronto. Scott Dixon recorded the 00th top-five finish of his Indy car career at Barber Motorsports Park. With his win at Pocono, Dixon broke a tie with Paul Tracy and gained sole possession of 3 th on the all-time list. Dixon has 05 top-five finishes.

14 WALKER NAMED TO SENIOR MANAGEMENT ROLE AT INDYCAR Respected longtime motorsports executive Derrick Walker will become President, Operations & Competition of INDYCAR, effective May 7, Hulman & Company chief executive officer Mark Miles announced today. Walker will be responsible for all technical and competition aspects of the racing operations at the open-wheel sanctioning body. "We're pleased to welcome Derrick Walker to this vital role," said Mark Miles, chief executive officer, Hulman & Company, the parent company of INDYCAR. "We spoke with many of our constituents about an ideal person for this job, and Derrick's name emerged early and often. "After speaking with many talented candidates, Derrick stood out because his decades of experience in North American open-wheel racing blend ownership and management for his own race teams and other teams. He understands how to balance the technical and financial operations of our sport, and his confident leadership will provide a firm, clear direction for long-term INDYCAR operations and competition." Walker's senior-level leadership experience will help him to foster improved communication with INDYCAR team owners and suppliers in these crucial areas: Cost management Enhancing innovation within the current technical platform and race formats Continuing to emphasize and develop safety initiatives Sustaining programs and avenues to develop drivers and suppliers for the IZOD IndyCar Series Developing plans for future technical platforms "I have had the opportunity to participate in the business of professional racing my entire life, and I have gained valuable experience from many different angles," Walker said. "Leading the operations and competition aspects of INDYCAR is a perfect place to leverage my experiences and relationships to help ensure that INDYCAR racing is exciting and engaging for our fans, that our drivers and owners are able to showcase their talents through our events, and that our technical partners are able to use our racing platform for innovation and development." Reporting directly to Walker will be Brian Barnhart, who will serve as senior vice president of operations; race director Beaux Barfield; vice president of technology Will Phillips; vice president of technology, timing and scoring Jon Koskey; director of grassroots initiatives Jason Penix; and Firestone Indy Lights director Anton "Tony" George Jr.

15 Walker, 68, comes to INDYCAR after serving as general manager for Ed Carpenter Racing in the IZOD IndyCar Series, leading the team to a victory last September at Auto Club Speedway in the team's first season. A native of Scotland, Walker brings more than 40 years of experience in many forms of racing to INDYCAR, beginning as a mechanic and culminating in the creation and ownership of a successful racing team, Walker Motorsports, Ltd., since 990. Over his career, Walker has worked with teams like Ferrari in sports car racing, Brabham and Penske Racing in Formula One, and Porsche and Penske Racing in Indy car. Walker spent 3 years with legendary Indianapolis 500 team owner Roger Penske as part of Penske Cars Ltd., which designed and manufactured race-winning Penske Indy cars in the United Kingdom, and also served as vice president of racing for Penske Racing. Throughout Walker's 9 years as a team owner, he fielded multi-car teams in 44 races in IndyCar, Firestone Indy Lights and Formula BMW, earning six victories and 6 poles with drivers such as Gil de Ferran, Scott Goodyear, Christian Fittipaldi, Sarah Fisher, Alex Tagliani, Will Power, Simon Pagenaud and Paul Tracy. The team made Indianapolis 500 history in 99 by fielding an entry for Willy T. Ribbs, who became the first African-American to qualify for the race

16 INDYCAR OUTLINES LONG-TERM COMPETITION STRATEGY AND TIMELINE In its continued effort to open the door to increased technical innovation in its cars and further its longstanding effort to improve safety in open-wheel racing, INDYCAR outlined today its long-term IZOD IndyCar Series competition strategy. The timeline begins immediately and runs through the 0 season. Immediate initiatives include INDYCAR and Dallara looking to reduce the surface area of the underbody of the current chassis to reduce the potential for lift in preparation for the addition of various aerodynamic configurations in 05. The project is underway and will conclude this fall. Aero configuration kits will be introduced and utilized for all races on the 05 schedule and include specifications for superspeedway and road/street/short oval configurations. Areas open for development by INDYCAR-approved aero configuration kit manufacturers could include sidepods, engine cover and front and rear wing end plates. Mainplane inclusion in aero configuration kits is dependent on underwing development and will be determined at a later date. INDYCAR expects to announce manufacturer participation in July. "This is the first step in making the incremental changes to our cars toward further enhancing speed, innovation and safety," said Derrick Walker, president of competition and operations, INDYCAR. "As we continue to look at all methods of advancing safety and competition, our initial task it to prepare our current chassis for the further increases of speed we hope to see with the addition of new aero configurations in 05." Initiatives outlined as part of the IZOD IndyCar Series long-term strategy include: 03 - INDYCAR and Dallara look to reduce the surface area of the underbody of the current chassis to reduce the potential for lift in preparation for the addition of various aerodynamic configurations in Engine upgrades as part of the current homologation process; downforce adjustments to enhance racing, overtaking as well as safety at various racetrack configurations, as needed Aero configuration components introduced for the full IZOD IndyCar Series season in conjunction with potential enhancements to the underbody Opportunity for tire development, if needed, with Firestone, as well as engine power enhancements as required Possible aero configuration kits and engine upgrades. Potential for areas on car to be opened for team development Competition enhancements made based on performance of 07 package Potential introduction of new body style and engine formula Competition enhancements made based on performance of 09 package. 0 - Possible aero configuration upgrade. "Our long-term competition strategy is designed to build on the foundation of our current package with progressive and methodical enhancements in conjunction with our manufacturers, teams and drivers," added Walker. "Always with an eye towards safety, our timeline will build on our already exciting product and create opportunities for us to move the performance barrier forward through enhancements designed to balance the longevity of our current car-engine platform as we build toward the next generation IndyCar package."

17 Indianapolis 500 Qualifying Speeds Official Track Record MPH 8.76 MPH Development of floor reduction for MPH Engine upgrade Reduction of race downforce MPH MPH Aero configurations Safety improvements MPH Tire development Engine power increase Aero upgrade Engine upgrade Team development MPH Competition enhancement MPH Body change Safety improvements Review engine specs MPH Enhancement of competition MPH Aero upgrade Introduction of DW Long Term Outlook

18 Superspeedway Aero Configuration Mainplane inclusion in Aero kit dependent on underwing development Road/Street Aero Configuration

19 WHAT S NEW FOR 03 More Points on the Line For the 03 season, the IZOD IndyCar Series points structure has been slightly modified to reward performance. Any driver/entrant that leads at least one lap in a race will receive one bonus point. The driver/entrant that leads the most laps of the race will continue to receive two bonus points. Additionally, points awarded to finishing positions 9 through 5 have been adjusted, providing a differential instead of a flat system. Previously, finishing positions 9 through 4 received points. Under the new system, there will be a one-point difference between each position 9 through 5. The balance of the points system remains unchanged from 0. Race Finish Pts Pole Award: bonus point Leading at Least One Lap: point Most : bonus points Two venues return: The 03 scheduled features the return of two venues with ties to Indy car racing Pocono Raceway and Houston s Reliant Park. The return also marks the return to the traditional Triple Crown, which will pay $ million bonus to any driver who can win at Indianapolis, Pocono and Auto Club Speedway. The Pocono INDYCAR 400 is the second leg of the Fuzzy s Triple Crown. Houston s Reliant Park played host to Indy car series races in 006 and 007 with both races won by Sebastien Bourdais.

20 Let s Race Two: Three IZOD IndyCar Series venues The Raceway at Belle Isle, Toronto s Exhibition Place and Houston s Reliant Park will host a pair of races in 03. Both races at each of the three doubleheader venues will be full distance with equal points. Standing starts will be implemented for Race at both Toronto in July and Houston in October. Race at the venues will have a traditional North American rolling start following a few pace laps. Familiar Faces in New Places: An off-season game of musical chairs has produced an interesting lineup of driver-team pairings for the 03 IndyCar Series campaign After two years of competition with Chip Ganassi Racing, Graham Rahal moves to Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing. Rahal isn t the only new driver in the team s two-car lineup. James Jakes moves over from Dale Coyne Racing to drive for RLL, which will also field a car for Mike Conway at Long Beach. Schmidt Peterson Racing expands to a two-car effort with the addition of 0 Firestone Indy Lights champion Tristan Vautier. Vautier joins 0 Sunoco Rookie of the Year Simon Pagenaud, who finished fifth in the 0 championship standings. Takuma Sato moves from Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing to drive the famed No. 4 for A.J. Foyt Racing. After winning the 0 IZOD IndyCar Series title with Ryan Hunter-Reay, Andretti Autosport has expanded to four full-time cars with the addition of E.J. Viso. The Venezuelan driver joins Hunter-Reay, James Hinchcliffe and Marco Andretti in the team s lineup. Sebastian Saavedra returns to the IZOD IndyCar Series with Dragon Racing as a teammate to Sebastien Bourdais. Simona de Silvestro moves to KV Racing Technology for 03 and gets a teammate for the first time in her young career. Tony Kanaan returns to the team, which is searching for its first win since 008.

21 Road rules: The pole sitter must start from the inside front row on the start (7.5..), and the race leader must restart from the inside front row on all double-file restarts (7.6..). Previously, the leading driver had the option of choosing their lane (driver's left or right). Pit selection for all events outside of the Indianapolis 500 will be based on qualifying results from the previous event (7.4.). The selection order in 0 was determined by the qualifying results of the last similar track (i.e. oval qualifying results determined pit selection for next oval event). Pit lane speeds have been adjusted to be consistent based on the type of track. All ovals will be 60 mph and all road/street courses will be 50 mph (7.9.). For all events, each team may determine the quantity of E85 fuel it has in its car for the start of the race, further enhancing strategy (Rule ). Previously tanks were required to have 8.5 gallons of fuel at the start of the race. To further emphasize on-track sportsmanship, if a car is deemed by the Race Director to have interfered with qualifications during Segment or of road/street course qualifying, the car will not be allowed to advance to the next segment in addition to having its two fastest laps disallowed. If the offense occurs during Segment 3, the Firestone Fast Six, the car shall not be permitted to participate in the remainder of qualifying (8.3.6.). Push-to-pass will remain as a strategic competition tool for drivers on all road/street course races. Ten pushes will be available per event, with the duration of each push between 5 and 0 seconds based on the course. There will be no activation delay or reset time (4.8.4). Engine rules: Changes marking the Engine Sporting Regulations include a lengthening of the engine change-out threshold to,000 miles, an increase of 50 miles from 0 (5.5.). Unapproved engine changes will continue to warrant a 0-spot grid penalty at all events except the Indianapolis 500, where the penalty for a full-season entrant will be served at the following event (5.6.). Additionally, engine manufacturer points will only be scored by entrants utilizing their season allotment of five engines (0.6.4). Should a driver win a race utilizing a sixth engine, those points would not be awarded to the manufacturer.

22 Road/street qualifying procedures divided into three segments Segment All cars shall participate in one of the two groups for 0 minutes per group inclusive of fullcourse yellow conditions, with six cars posting best lap times from each group advancing to Segment. Group will begin 5 minutes checkered flag for after Group. Cars not advancing to Segment will fill positions 3 through the end of the starting field to be ranked in order of best lap time as follows: Group shall occupy the odd-numbered positions beginning with 3 and Group will occupy the even-numbered positions beginning with 4. Segment Shall consist of one 0-minute, -car qualifying group inclusive of full-course yellow conditions, with all times from Segment having been voided. Six cars posting best lap times advance to Segment 3 (the Firestone Fast Six). Cars not advancing to Segment 3 will fill positions 7- to be ranked in order of time. Segment 3 (Firestone Fast Six) Consists of one 0-minute, six-car qualifying group, of which five minutes is guaranteed green condition time, with all times from Segment voided. Session shall begin 0 minutes after checkered flag of Segment. Firestone Fast Six shall determine the Verizon P Award winner and the cars starting -6 on the grid based on fastest lap time.

23 IZOD IndyCar Series 03 Season Recap Average Speed (mph) Pole Speed (mph) Track Date Winner (start) Time of Race Margin of Victory Pole (finish) STP 3/4 James Hinchcliffe (4) :: sec. Will Power (6) BAR 4/7 Ryan Hunter-Reay () :5: sec. Ryan Hunter-Reay () 3.4 LB 4/ Takuma Sato (4) :50: sec. Dario Franchitti (4) BRZ 5/5 James Hinchcliffe (5) :09: sec. Ryan Hunter-Reay () IMS 5/6 Tony Kanaan () :40: Under Caution Ed Carpenter (0) 8.76 BI- 6/ Mike Conway () :48: sec. Dario Franchitti (6) BI- 6/ Simon Pagenaud (6) :56: sec. Mike Conway (3) TMS 6/8 Helio Castroneves (6) :5: sec. Will Power (7) 9.8 MIL 6/5 Ryan Hunter-Reay (4) :5: sec. Marco Andretti (0) IS 6/3 James Hinchcliffe () :30: sec. Helio Castroneves (8) NA* POC 7/7 Scott Dixon (7) :04: sec. Marco Andretti (0).73 TOR- 7/3 Scott Dixon (5) :4: sec. Dario Franchitti (3) TOR- 7/4 Scott Dixon () :35: Under Caution Scott Dixon () 07.4 M-O 8/4 Charlie Kimball (5) :43: sec. Ryan Hunter-Reay (5) SON 8/5 Will Power (3) :0: sec. Dario Franchitti (3) BAL 9/ HOU- 0/5 HOU- 0/6 CAL 0/9 Franchitti won pole but did not start on pole due to 0-position penalty. Viso started on the pole for the race. Castroneves won pole but did not start on pole due to 0-position penalty. Power started on the pole for the race. * Starting line-up was determined by finish in heat races. Track Starters Running at Finish Cars On Lead Lap Race Leaders Lead Changes Caution Flags Under Caution STP BAR LB BRZ IMS BI BI TMS MIL IS POC TOR TOR M-O SON BAL HOU- HOU- CAL Key: STP-Streets of St. Petersburg; BAR-Barber Motorsports Park; LB-Streets of Long Beach; BRZ-Streets of Sao Paulo; IMS-Indianapolis Motor Speedway; BI-Raceway at Belle Isle Park; TMS-Texas Motor Speedway; MIL-The Milwaukee Mile; IS- Iowa Speedway; POC-Pocono Raceway; TOR-Streets of Toronto; M-O - Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course; SON-Sonoma; BAL-Streets of Baltimore; HOU-Reliant Park; CAL-Auto Club Speedway

24 IZOD IndyCar Series 03 Driver Points Updated after the G0 Pro Grand Prix of Sonoma, Aug. 5, 03 Total Points Behind Prev. Pos. Bonus Top 5 Top 0 Rank Driver Points Leader Prev. Rank Gain Points Wins Finishes Finishes Helio Castroneves Scott Dixon Ryan Hunter-Reay Marco Andretti Simon Pagenaud Dario Franchitti Justin Wilson Will Power James Hinchcliffe Charlie Kimball Tony Kanaan E.J. Viso Takuma Sato Sebastien Bourdais Ed Carpenter Graham Rahal Josef Newgarden Simona De Silvestro James Jakes Tristan Vautier (R) Sebastian Saavedra Oriol Servia Alex Tagliani Mike Conway Ryan Briscoe JR Hildebrand Ana Beatriz Carlos Munoz AJ Allmendinger Pippa Mann James Davison (R) Luca Fillippi (R) Conor Daly Townsend Bell Lucas Luhr (R) Katherine Legge Buddy Lazier Key: (R) -IZOD IndyCar Series Rookie

25 IZOD IndyCar Series Driver Points Possibilities following the Go Pro Grand Prix of Sonoma, Aug. 5, 03 Finishing Position Current Points Total Helio Castroneves Scott Dixon Ryan Hunter-Reay Marco Andretti Simon Pagenaud Dario Franchitti Justin Wilson Will Power James Hinchcliffe Charlie Kimball Tony Kanaan E.J. Viso Takuma Sato Sebastien Bourdais Ed Carpenter Graham Rahal Josef Newgarden Simona De Silvestro James Jakes Tristan Vautier (R) Sebastian Saavedra Oriol Servia Alex Tagliani Mike Conway Ryan Briscoe JR Hildebrand Ana Beatriz Carlos Munoz AJ Allmendinger Pippa Mann James Davison (R) Luca Fillippi (R) Conor Daly Townsend Bell Lucas Luhr (R) Katherine Legge Buddy Lazier Stefan Wilson Does not include bonus points for leader of most laps - points, leading a lap - point or winning pole - point.

26 IZOD IndyCar Series 03 Entrant Points Updated after the Go Pro Grand Prix of Sonoma, Aug. 5, 03 Total Points Behind Prev. Pos. Bonus Top 5 Top 0 Rank Car No. Entrant Points Leader Prev. Rank Gain Points Wins Finishes Finishes 3 Team Penske Target Chip Ganassi Racing Andretti Autosport Andretti Autosport Schmidt Hamilton Motorsports Target Chip Ganassi Racing Dale Coyne Racing Team Penske Andretti Autosport Novo Nordisk Chip Ganassi Racing KV Racing Technology Team Venezuela-Andretti Autosport-HVM A.J. Foyt Enterprises Dale Coyne Racing Dragon Racing Ed Carpenter Racing Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing Sarah Fisher Hartman Racing KV Racing Technology Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing Panther Racing Schmidt Peterson Motorsports Bryan Herta Autosport with Curb-Agajanian Dragon Racing Panther DRR Team Penske Andretti Autosport Chip Ganassi Racing A.J. Foyt Enterprises Panther Racing RW Motorsports/SFHR Schmidt Peterson Motorsports Dale Coyne Racing Lazier Partners Racing Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing Note: #3 Team Penske was penalized 5 entrant points for technical infraction at Texas

27 IZOD IndyCar Series Entrant Points Possibilities following the Go Pro Grand Prix of Sonoma, Aug. 5, 03 Finishing Position Current Points Total Team Penske Target Chip Ganassi Racing Andretti Autosport Andretti Autosport Schmidt Hamilton Motorsports Target Chip Ganassi Racing Dale Coyne Racing Team Penske Andretti Autosport Novo Nordisk Chip Ganassi Racing KV Racing Technology Team Venezuela-Andretti Autosport-HVM A.J. Foyt Enterprises Dale Coyne Racing Dragon Racing Ed Carpenter Racing Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing Sarah Fisher Hartman Racing KV Racing Technology Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing Panther Racing Schmidt Peterson Motorsports Bryan Herta Autosport with Curb-Agajanian Dragon Racing Panther DRR Team Penske Andretti Autosport Chip Ganassi Racing A.J. Foyt Enterprises Panther Racing RW Motorsports/SFHR Schmidt Peterson Motorsports Dale Coyne Racing Lazier Partners Racing Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing Does not include bonus points for leader of most laps - points or PEAK Performance Pole Award - point.

28 IZOD IndyCar Series 03 Manufacturers Points Driver STP BAR LB BRZ IMS BI- BI- TMS MIL IS Total POC TOR- TOR- M-O INF BAL HOU- HOU- CAL Points Chevrolet Honda Wins Chevrolet Honda Poles Chevrolet Honda 8-St. Petersburg (Hinchcliffe), Barber (Hunter-Reay), Sao Paulo (Hinchcliffe), Indianapolis (Kanaan), Texas (Castroneves) Milwaukee (Hunter-Reay), Iowa (Hinchcliffe), Sonoma (Power) 7-Long Beach (Sato), Belle Isle (Conway), Belle Isle (Pagenaud), Pocono (Dixon), Toronto (Dixon), Toronto (Dixon) Mid-Ohio (Kimball) 9-St. Petersburg (Power), Barber (Hunter-Reay), Sao Paulo (Hunter-Reay), Indianapolis (Carpenter), Texas (Power) Milwaukee (Andretti), Iowa (Castroneves), Pocono (Andretti), Mid-Ohio (Hunter-Reay) 6-Long Beach (Franchitti), Belle Isle (Franchitti), Belle Isle (Conway), Toronto (Franchitti), Toronto (Dixon), Sonoma (Franchitti) Key: STP-Streets of St. Petersburg; BAR-Barber Motorsports Park; LB-Streets of Long Beach; BRZ-Streets of Sao Paulo; IMS-Indianapolis Motor Speedway; BI-Raceway at Belle Isle Park; TMS-Texas Motor Speedway; MIL-The Milwaukee Mile; IS- Iowa Speedway; POC-Pocono Raceway; TOR-Streets of Toronto; M-O - Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course; INF-Sonoma; BAL-Streets of Baltimore; HOU-Reliant Park; CAL-Auto Club Speedway

29 IZOD IndyCar Series 03 Season Leaders Updated after the Go Pro Grand Prix of Sonoma, Aug. 5, 03 Number of Races Completed (,98 poss.) Race Wins Marco Andretti 5 Helio Castroneves 98 Scott Dixon 3 Sebastien Bourdais 5 Ed Carpenter 906 James Hinchcliffe 3 Ed Carpenter 5 3 Charlie Kimball Ryan Hunter-Reay Helio Castroneves 5 4 Graham Rahal 90 4 Helio Castroneves Simona De Silvestro 5 5 Justin Wilson 879 Mike Conway Scott Dixon 5 6 Marco Andretti 850 Tony Kanaan Dario Franchitti 5 7 Tony Kanaan 846 Charlie Kimball James Hinchcliffe 5 8 Will Power 843 Simon Pagenaud Ryan Hunter-Reay 5 9 Simon Pagenaud 84 Will Power James Jakes 5 0 James Jakes 834 Takuma Sato Tony Kanaan 5 E.J. Viso 834 Charlie Kimball 5 Ryan Hunter-Reay 8 Poles Josef Newgarden 5 3 Tristan Vautier (R) 798 Dario Franchitti 4 Simon Pagenaud 5 4 Dario Franchitti 780 Ryan Hunter-Reay 3 Will Power 5 5 Josef Newgarden Marco Andretti Graham Rahal 5 6 Scott Dixon 758 Will Power Sebastian Saavedra 5 7 Sebastien Bourdais Ed Carpenter Takuma Sato 5 8 Simona De Silvestro 675 Helio Castroneves Tristan Vautier (R) 5 9 Takuma Sato 67 Mike Conway E.J. Viso 5 0 James Hinchcliffe 66 Scott Dixon Justin Wilson 5 Alex Tagliani 440 Alex Tagliani 3 Sebastian Saavedra 435 Races 3 Oriol Servia 8 3 Oriol Servia 4 Will Power 4 Ana Beatriz 7 4 Ryan Briscoe 89 Ryan Hunter-Reay 9 5 Ryan Briscoe 7 5 Ana Beatriz 83 3 Marco Andretti 5 6 JR Hildebrand 6 6 JR Hildebrand 4 Helio Castroneves 5 7 AJ Allmendinger 5 7 Mike Conway 348 Scott Dixon 5 Mike Conway 5 8 AJ Allmendinger 34 James Hinchcliffe 5 9 Pippa Mann 3 9 Carlos Munoz (R) 84 Tony Kanaan 5 30 James Davison (R) 30 Pippa Mann 07 Charlie Kimball 5 Carlos Munoz (R) 3 Conor Daly (R) 98 3 Townsend Bell 3 Katherine Legge 93 Conor Daly (R) 33 Townsend Bell 9 James Hinchcliffe 64 Luca Fillippi (R) 34 James Davison (R) 75 Ryan Hunter-Reay 5 Buddy Lazier 35 Luca Filippi (R) 90 3 Marco Andretti 44 Katherine Legge 36 Lucas Luhr (R) 8 4 Helio Castroneves 0 Lucas Luhr (R) 37 Buddy Lazier 44 5 Takuma Sato 8 6 Scott Dixon 6 Top-0 Finishes Top-Five Finishes 7 Will Power 6 Helio Castroneves 4 Scott Dixon 7 Marco Andretti 3 Dario Franchitti 7 Running at Finish 3 Dario Franchitti Ryan Hunter-Reay 7 Helio Castroneves 5 4 Simon Pagenaud 0 4 Marco Andretti 6 Marco Andretti 4 Justin Wilson 0 Helio Castroneves 6 Ed Carpenter 4 6 Scott Dixon 9 6 Tony Kanaan 5 Scott Dixon 4 7 James Hinchcliffe 8 Will Power 5 Charlie Kimball 4 Ryan Hunter-Reay 8 8 James Hinchcliffe 4 Simon Pagenaud 4 9 Charlie Kimball 7 Justin Wilson 4 Graham Rahal 4 Will Power 7 0 Charlie Kimball 3 E.J. Viso 4 Tony Kanaan 6 Simon Pagenaud 3 Justin Wilson 4 E.J. Viso 6 Sebastien Bourdais 0 Simona De Silvestro 3 3 Simona De Silvestro 5 Ed Carpenter James Jakes 3 Josef Newgarden 5 Mike Conway Josef Newgarden 3 Josef Newgarden Tristan Vautier (R) 3 Graham Rahal Key: (R) -IZOD IndyCar Series Rookie Takuma Sato E.J. Viso 9 JR Hildebrand James Jakes Carlos Munoz (R) Oriol Servia

30 IZOD IndyCar Series 03 Driver Performance Summary Updated after the Go Pro Grand Prix of Sonoma, Aug. 5, 03 Best Start Best Finish Comp. (,98 poss.) Running at Finish Races Driver Starts AJ Allmendinger Marco Andretti 5 3, Ana Beatriz Townsend Bell 7 9 Sebastien Bourdais 5, Ryan Briscoe Ed Carpenter 5 4, Helio Castroneves 5 3, Mike Conway Conor Daly (R) James Davison (R) Simona De Silvestro 5 3 6, Scott Dixon 5, Luca Fillippi (R) Dario Franchitti 5 3, JR Hildebrand James Hinchcliffe 5, Ryan Hunter-Reay 5,8 9 5 James Jakes 5, Tony Kanaan 5 4, Charlie Kimball 5 5, Buddy Lazier Katherine Legge Lucas Luhr (R) Pippa Mann Carlos Munoz (R) 84 Josef Newgarden 5 7 5, Simon Pagenaud 5 6, Will Power 5,843 6 Graham Rahal 5 6,90 4 Sebastian Saavedra 5 6 0, Takuma Sato 5, Oriol Servia 8 7 4,4 8 6 Alex Tagliani 3 5 0,440 9 Tristan Vautier (R) 5 3 0,798 3 E.J. Viso 5 4, Justin Wilson 5 7,

31 STP BAR 3 LB 03 INDYCAR Driver Index - Starts/Finishes BRZ IMS BI - BI - TMS MIL IS POC TOR- TOR- M-O SON BAL HOU- HOU- CAL MAR 4 APR 7 APR MAY 5 MAY 6 JUNE JUNE JUNE 8 JUNE 5 JUNE 3 JULY 7 JULY 3 JULY 4 AUG 4 AUG 5 SEPT OCT 5 OCT 6 OCT 9 Driver QP SP FP QP SP FP QP SP FP QP SP FP QP SP FP QP SP FP QP SP FP QP SP FP QP SP FP QP SP FP QP SP FP QP SP FP QP SP FP QP SP FP QP SP FP QP SP FP QP SP FP QP SP FP QP SP FP AJ Allmendinger Marco Andretti Ana Beatriz Townsend Bell 7 Sebastien Bourdais Ryan Briscoe Ed Carpenter Helio Castroneves Mike Conway Conor Daly (R) 3 3 James Davison (R) Simona De Silvestro Scott Dixon Luca Fillippi (R) Dario Franchitti JR Hildebrand James Hinchcliffe Ryan Hunter-Reay James Jakes Tony Kanaan Charlie Kimball Buddy Lazier Katherine Legge Lucas Luhr (R) 5 4 Pippa Mann Carlos Munoz (R) Josef Newgarden Simon Pagenaud Will Power Graham Rahal Sebastian Saavedra Takuma Sato Oriol Servia Alex Tagliani Tristan Vautier (R) E.J. Viso Justin Wilson Key: STP-Streets of St. Petersburg; BAR-Barber Motorsports Park; LB-Streets of Long Beach; BRZ-Streets of Sao Paulo; IMS-Indianapolis Motor Speedway;BI-Raceway at Belle Isle Park; TMS-Texas Motor Speedway; MIL-The Milwaukee Mile; IS- Iowa Speedway; POC-Pocono Raceway; TOR-Streets of Toronto; M-O - Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course; SON-Sonoma; BAL-Streets of Baltimore; HOU-Reliant Park; CAL-Auto Club Speedway (R) - IZOD IndyCar Series Rookie

32 IZOD IndyCar Series Current Consecutive Streaks Updated after the Go Pro Grand Prix of Sonoma, Aug. 5, 03 Front Row Starts Top 0 Starts Top 5 Races Top 5 Top 0 Driver Starts Starts Finishes Finishes Tony Kanaan * Scott Dixon Marco Andretti Ryan Hunter-Reay E.J. Viso 87 4 Dario Franchitti Helio Castroneves 79 7 Will Power Takuma Sato 64 Graham Rahal 53 0 James Hinchcliffe 46 4 James Jakes 4 Ed Carpenter 3 Simon Pagenaud 30 4 Justin Wilson Simona De Silvestro 3 6 Charlie Kimball 8 3 Josef Newgarden 6 Sebastian Saavedra 6 Sebastien Bourdais 5 6 Tristan Vautier 5 6 James Davison Ryan Briscoe JR Hildebrand Lucas Luhr * Kanaan s consecutive start streak began at Portland in 00. Running at Finish

33 IZOD IndyCar Series 03 Lap Leaders Driver STP BAR LB BRZ IMS BI- BI- TMS MIL IS POC TOR- TOR- M-O INF BAL HOU- HOU- CAL James Hinchcliffe Ryan Hunter-Reay Marco Andretti Helio Castroneves Takuma Sato Scott Dixon Will Power Mike Conway Tony Kanaan Dario Franchitti Charlie Kimball Ed Carpenter Sebastien Bourdais Simon Pagenaud AJ Allmendinger 3 3 Justin Wilson Oriol Servia 6 6 EJ Viso Carlos Munoz (R) James Jakes JR Hildebrand 4 4 Tristan Vautier (R) Townsend Bell Alex Tagliani Graham Rahal Total Races Key: STP-Streets of St. Petersburg; BAR-Barber Motorsports Park; LB-Streets of Long Beach; BRZ-Streets of Sao Paulo; IMS-Indianapolis Motor Speedway; BI-Raceway at Belle Isle Park; TMS-Texas Motor Speedway; MIL-The Milwaukee Mile; IS- Iowa Speedway; POC-Pocono Raceway; TOR-Streets of Toronto; M-O - Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course; INF-Sonoma; BAL-Streets of Baltimore; HOU-Reliant Park; CAL-Auto Club Speedway (R) - IZOD IndyCar Series Rookie

34 IZOD IndyCar Series 03 Season Superlatives Updated after the Go Pro Grand Prix of Sonoma, Aug. 5, 03 Most, Single Race: 6, James Hinchcliffe, Iowa, June 3 Most Consecutive, Single Race: 3 (97-8), Helio Castroneves, Texas, June 8 Most by a Race Winner: 6, James Hinchcliffe, Iowa, June 3 Fewest by a Race Winner:, James Hinchcliffe, Sao Paulo, May 5 Most by a Non-race Winner: 09, Takuma Sato, Milwaukee, June 5 Most Lead Changes: 68, Indianapolis, May 6 Fewest Lead Changes: 3, Toronto, July 4 Fastest Race: mph, Pocono, July 7 Slowest Race: mph, St. Petersburg, March 4 Most Cautions: 7 (twice), Sao Paulo, May 5; Sonoma, Aug. 5 Fewest Cautions: 0, Mid-Ohio, Aug. 4 Most Caution : 9 (3 times), St. Petersburg, March 4; Milwaukee, June 5; Iowa, June 3 Fewest Caution : 0, Mid-Ohio, Aug. 4 Most Cars on Lead Lap:, Barber, April 7 Fewest Cars on Lead Lap: 5, Texas, June 8 Most DNF s: 8, St. Petersburg, March 4 Fewest DNF s:, Mid-Ohio, Aug. 4 Most Cars Running at Finish: 6, Indianapolis, May 6 Fewest Cars Running at Finish: 7, St. Petersburg, March 4

35 All-time Indy car Records & Milestones Updated after the Go Pro Grand Prix of Sonoma, Aug. 5, 03 Field Most career starts: Mario Andretti Most consecutive race starts: Jimmy Vasser (Laguna Seca, Monterrey, 006); Tony Kanaan (Portland, 00 Sonoma, 03 Most starters in a race: 45 (Long Island (Vanderbilt Cup), 0//36) Fewest starters in a race: (most recent - Brainerd (race of twin races), 9/4/69) Race Wins Most victories: 67 A.J. Foyt Most consecutive victories: 7 A.J. Foyt (Phoenix, 3//964 Springfield, 8//964) Most victories in a season: 0 A.J. Foyt (964). Al Unser (970) Most number of drivers to win a race in a season: (00-CART, 000-CART ) Most victories from pole: 5 Mario Andretti Lowest starting position of a winner: 8th Helio Castroneves (Chicagoland, 9/7/08) Most consecutive seasons with at least one race win: - Helio Castroneves (000-00), Emerson Fittipaldi ( ), Bobby Unser ( ) Pole Positions Most poles: 67 Mario Andretti Most consecutive poles: 7 Mario Andretti (Phoenix, //965 Atlanta, 6/6/966) Most poles in a season: 0 A.J. Foyt (964) Most number of drivers to win a pole in a season: (999-CART) Closest margin for winning pole: Tie (Greg Ray and Sam Schmidt sec./76.63 mph, Pikes Peak, 8/8/99) Most consecutive seasons with at least one pole: Helio Castroneves (999-00), Bobby Unser ( ) Running at Finish Most cars running at finish: 30 Texas Race, 6//0 (all 30 starters finished) Fewest cars running at finish: 4 (Riverside, 8/9/8) Most cars running on lead lap at finish: 3 (Mid-Ohio, 8/7/) Fewest cars running on lead lap at finish: (most recent - Texas, 0/7/99)

36 All-time Indy car Records & Milestones Updated after the Go Pro Grand Prix of Sonoma, Aug. 5, 03 Margin of Victory Top 0 Closest Margins of Victory: MOV Track Date Winner Runner-up Chicagoland 9/8/0 Sam Hornish Jr. Al Unser Jr Chicagoland 9/7/08 Helio Castroneves Scott Dixon Kansas 7/4/04 Buddy Rice Vitor Meira Chicagoland 8/9/09 Ryan Briscoe Scott Dixon Texas 9/5/0 Sam Hornish Jr. Helio Castroneves Kentucky 0// Ed Carpenter Dario Franchitti Chicagoland 9/7/03 Sam Hornish Jr. Scott Dixon 0.0 Texas 6/8/0 Jeff Ward Al Unser Jr Kansas 7/3/05 Tony Kanaan Dan Wheldon 0.0 Michigan 7/7/03 Alex Barron Sam Hornish Jr. Lap Leaders Most laps led - all races: 7,595 Mario Andretti Most laps led in a single race: 50 of 50 Ryan Hunter-Reay (Milwaukee (CCWS), 6/5/004) Most consecutive laps led in a single race: 50 Ryan Hunter-Reay (Milwaukee (CCWS), 6/5/004) Most laps led in a single race by the race winner: 50 of 50 Ryan Hunter-Reay (Milwaukee (CCWS), 6/5/004) Fewest laps led in a single race by the race winner: (3 times) most recent: James Hinchcliffe, Sao Paulo, 5/5/03 Most laps led in a season:,57 Al Unser (970) Most races led: 0 Mario Andretti Most races led in a season: 7 Al Unser (970); Danny Ongais (978) Most lead changes - single race: 73 (California, /4/0) Fewest lead changes - single race: 0 (most recent: Belle Isle, 6/3/) Most leaders - single race: 7 (California, /4/0) Fewest leaders - single race: (most recent-belle Isle, 6/3/) Cautions Most cautions during a race: 4 (Indianapolis, 5/9/98) Most laps under caution during a race: 6 (Nazareth, 4//0) Fewest cautions during a race: 0 (most recent: Mid-Ohio, 8/4/3) Fewest laps under caution during a race: 0 (most recent: Mid-Ohio, 8/4/3) Back to Back caution-free races: (most recent: Edmonton Mid-Ohio, 0) Three consecutive caution-free races: (most recent: Portland Cleveland, 986)

37 03 IZOD IndyCar Series Race Recaps Honda Grand Prix of St. Petersburg Sunday, March 4 at Streets of St. Petersburg, Fla. James Hinchcliffe scored his first IZOD IndyCar Series win by holding off Helio Castroneves over the final 6 laps to win the Honda Grand Prix of St. Petersburg. The 6-year-old Canadian overtook Castroneves in Turn of the.8-mile temporary street circuit on a Lap 85 restart. He conserved fuel in the No. 7 GoDaddy.com Chevrolet for Andretti Autosport and held on for a.098-second victory. He's the first Canadian to win an Indy car race since Paul Tracy in 007 at Cleveland and gave Michael Andretti his 44th Indy car victory (two more than he had as a driver). Castroneves, the 0 race winner, was second and Marco Andretti overtook Simona de Silvestro in Turn of the final lap to earn third place (his best road/street course finish since Toronto in 0). Honda Indy Grand Prix of Alabama Sunday, April 7 at Barber Motorsports Park Reigning IZOD IndyCar Series champion Ryan Hunter-Reay overtook Helio Castroneves on Lap 76 of 90 and then held off Scott Dixon to win the Honda Indy Grand Prix of Alabama by.6363 of a second. Castroneves, who won the inaugural event in 00 on the.38-mile, 7-turn Barber Motorsports Park road course, finished third and Charlie Kimball finished fourth. Will Power, who started on the front row, finished fifth. Dixon has finished second in all four of the IZOD IndyCar Series races at Barber. "I was driving my tail off trying to stay in front of Dixon," said Hunter-Reay, who rebounded from an 8th-place finish in the season opener at St. Petersburg on March 4. Hunter-Reay, who earned the Verizon P Award the day before in the No. DHL car for Andretti Autsosport, jumped 3 positions to third in the championship standings heading to the Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach on April. Castroneves, with his second podium finish, holds a nine-point lead over Dixon. The victory was the first by a No. car since Sebastien Bourdais at Mexico City in 007. Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach Sunday, April at Streets of Long Beach, Calif. Takuma Sato became the first driver from Japan to win an Indy car race, prevailing in the 39th Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach. Sato, who started fourth in the 80-lap race on the.968-mile, -turn street circuit, provided A.J. Foyt Racing its first victory since July 7, 00, when Brazilian Airton Dare won at Kansas Speedway. The last win for the team on a road/street course was by A.J. Foyt on Oct., 978, at Silverstone, England. Overall, A.J. Foyt Racing has 44 victories. Sato, making his 5nd IZOD IndyCar Series start, overtook Ryan Hunter-Reay for second on Lap 3 and assumed the point on Lap 30 when race leader Will Power pitted under yellow. The remainder of the race Sato's No. 4 ABC Supply car was strong on both the Firestone primary and alternate tires. Sato led Graham Rahal across the finish line under caution. It was the best finish for Rahal since finishing second at Texas last June. Justin Wilson, who won that race at Texas Motor Speedway, advanced from the 4th starting position to finish third. Sato is the third winner in as many IZOD IndyCar Series races this season and climbed to second in the championship standings. Helio Castroneves, who finished 0th, has a six-point lead heading into the May 5 race on the street circuit in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Honda-powered teams swept the podium for the first time this season.

38 Itaipava Sao Paulo Indy 300 presented by Nestle Sunday, May 5 at Streets of Sao Paulo, Brazil James Hinchcliffe led the final 300 yards of the Itaipava Sao Paulo Indy 300 presented by Nestle, which is all that was necessary. Hinchcliffe overtook Takuma Sato in the final turn of the final lap to win by.3463 of a second, preventing A.J. Foyt Racing from earning consecutive victories. Hinchcliffe, who won the season-opening race in St. Petersburg, Fla., and did not finish the past two races because of contact in the No. 7 GoDaddy.com car, earned his second career victory and the third for Andretti Autosport this season. He is the first Canadian to win in Brazil since Greg Moore at Rio on May 0, 998. Marco Andretti finished on the podium in the No. 5 RC Cola car for the second time (and his fourth consecutive top 0) and Oriol Servia placed fourth after starting 3th in the No. Panther/DRR car. It was his best outing since finishing fourth at Milwaukee last June. Josef Newgarden, who was running.585 of a second behind Sato on Lap 70 of 75, finished a career-high fifth after making up 0 spots relative to his starting position. 97 th Indianapolis 500 Mile Race Sunday, May 6 at Indianapolis Motor Speedway In a race that featured an astonishing 68 race-record lead changes among a race-record 4 drivers, Tony Kanaan earned the victory in the 97th Indianapolis 500 at the famed Indianapolis Motor Speedway. The Brazilian s average speed of was the fastest Indianapolis 500. Kanaan, cruised to the checkered flag under caution when three-time champion Dario Franchitti's No. 0 Target Chip Ganassi Racing car made contract with the Turn SAFER Barrier on a Lap 97 restart. He found himself in front after he and rookie Carlos Munoz overtook race leader Ryan Hunter- Reay entering Turn on the restart for a Lap 94 on-track incident involving Graham Rahal. Three Andretti Autosport drivers -- Munoz, Hunter-Reay and Marco Andretti -- finished second through fourth. Justin Wilson advanced nine positions to finish fifth in the No. 8 Dale Coyne Racing car. Three-time Indy 500 winner Helio Castroneves was sixth and Team Penske teammate and first-time Indy 500 competitor AJ Allmendinger placed seventh. Andretti, who started third in the No. 5 RC Cola car and led 3 laps, wrestled the points lead from Takuma Sato after five of 9 races. He leads Sato, 68-57, heading into the inaugural Chevrolet Dual in Detroit presented by Quicken Loans on the Belle Isle circuit June -. Chevrolet Indy Dual in Detroit # Saturday, June at Raceway at Belle Isle Park Mike Conway earned his second IZOD IndyCar Series victory with a dominating performance in the first Chevrolet Indy Dual in Detroit presented by Quicken Loans. Conway, who started second in the Honda-powered No. 8 Sonny's car for Dale Coyne Racing, overtook Ryan Hunter-Reay for the lead on Lap 44 of 70 on the.35-mile, 3-turn street circuit, built a 0-second gap leading into the final round of pit stops and went on to a commanding victory. Hunter-Reay, the reigning IZOD IndyCar Series champion, was.9707 seconds back and Conway's teammate, Justin Wilson, claimed his second consecutive top-five finish by holding off 0 race winner Scott Dixon by.0984 of a second for third. Chevrolet Indy Dual in Detroit # Sunday, June at Raceway at Belle Isle Park Simon Pagenaud became the sixth different winner in seven IZOD IndyCar Series races when he drove the No. 77 Schmidt Hamilton HP Motorsports car to 5.6-second victory in the second race of the Chevrolet Indy Dual in Detroit presented by Quicken Loans. It was the initial win in the series for the native of France and for the team co-owned by former IndyCar drivers Sam Schmidt and Davey Hamilton. It also was the 00th victory for Honda with Indy car engine manufacturer competition. James Jakes, who started second, finished a career-best second by holding off Race winner Mike Conway by.434 of a second. Target Chip Ganassi Racing teammates Scott Dixon and Dario Franchitti were next to cross the start-finish line.

39 Firestone 550 Saturday, June 8 at Texas Motor Speedway Helio Castroneves dominated the Firestone 550 at Texas Motor Speedway to take sole possession of first place in the IZOD IndyCar Series championship standings through eight of 9 races. Driving the Chevrolet-powered No. 3 AAA Insurance Team Penske car, Castroneves led 3 of 8 laps on the.5-mile, high-banked oval and won by seconds over reigning series champion Ryan Hunter-Reay in the No. DHL car for Andretti Autosport. Castroneves is the seventh different winner in eight races this season, and the first to win four IZOD IndyCar Series races at Texas Motor Speedway. It was his first win on an oval since 00 at Twin Ring Motegi. It was the first victory of the season for Team Penske and the sixth different team to hoist a trophy in Victory Circle. Tony Kanaan, who started 3th in the No. Sunoco "Turbo" car, finished third and Ed Carpenter posted his best finish of fourth at the track. Milwaukee IndyFest Saturday, June 5 at the Milwaukee Mile Ryan Hunter-Reay, whose victory in the Milwaukee IndyFest last June was the springboard to claiming the IZOD IndyCar Series championship, repeated the achievement at the historic Milwaukee Mile. The 3-year-old Fort Lauderdale, Fla., resident overtook race leader Takuma Sato on Lap 98 of 50 and went on to win by seconds over Helio Castroneves. Will Power finished third for his first podium of the season. E.J. Viso and James Hinchcliffe -- Andretti Autosport teammates to Hunter-Reay -- also were in the top five. The last back-to-back winner at Milwaukee was Tony Kanaan in , when he was driving for the Andretti team. It was the 47th IZOD IndyCar Series victory for the team and the fifth at Milwaukee. Third in the standings entering this Father's Day weekend race, Hunter-Reay heads into the June 3 Iowa Corn Indy 50 presented by DEKALB 6 points behind the front-running Castroneves. Hunter- Reay won at Iowa Speedway last year, and made it three victories in a row at Toronto two weeks later. An electrical issue on the No. 5 RC Cola car ruined the day for pole sitter Marco Andretti, who entered the race second in the standings and led 6 laps early on. Following repairs, Andretti re-entered the race on Lap 37 and soldiered on to not lose any additional points. He is third in the championship (50 points behind) after placing 0th. Iowa Corn Indy 50 presented by DEKALB Sunday, June 3 at Iowa Speedway James Hinchcliffe, who led 33 total laps on ovals in his previous two IZOD IndyCar Series seasons, led all but 4 to dominate the Iowa Corn Indy 50 presented by DEKALB at Iowa Speedway. The Toronto native, driving the No. 7 GoDaddy Chevrolet, earned his first victory on an oval. He's the only three-time winner this season and seventh different winner through 0 of 9 races. This time he led Ryan Hunter-Reay across the finish line by.509 seconds for the second consecutive Andretti Autosport - sweep on the.875-mile oval. Indianapolis 500 champion Tony Kanaan, who had finished first, second and third the previous three outings at Iowa, placed third. Ed Carpenter finished fourth and Graham Rahal earned his second consecutive top-five finish of the season. Hinchcliffe advanced five positions in the championship standings and is 66 points behind frontrunner Helio Castroneves heading into the second half of the season that starts with the Pocono INDYCAR 400 Fueled by Sunoco on July 7 at the.5-mile Pocono Raceway. Castroneves' nine points earned for claiming the Verizon P Award in the third heat race is the margin over Hunter-Reay in the standings. Castroneves, driving the No. 3 Hitachi Team Penske car, finished eighth. Marco Andretti, who finished ninth in the No. 5 RC Cola car, is third (-55 points). Seven different teams are represented in the top 0.

40 Pocono INDYCAR 400 Fueled by Sunoco Sunday, July 7 at Pocono Raceway Scott Dixon led a first-ever Chip Ganassi Racing podium sweep to win INDYCAR's return to Pocono Raceway after a 4-year absence. Dixon earned his first victory since Mid-Ohio last August, while Charlie Kimball tied his career high of second and four-time series champion Dario Franchitti finished third. It was the 00th win in all forms of motorsports for Target, long-time sponsor of Chip Ganassi Racing and the 00th in Indy car competition for engine manufacturer Honda. Dixon, who earned his 30th Indy car victory, is the eighth different winner in IZOD IndyCar Series races this season. He crossed the finish line.457 of a second ahead of Kimball in a race slowed by only two cautions for laps. The average speed of mph bested Danny Sullivan's Indy car record mph in the 989 race on the.5-mile tri-oval. Will Power placed fourth and Josef Newgarden matched his best finish of fifth at Sao Paulo in May. Indianapolis 500 winner Tony Kanaan's prospects of claiming the $ million Fuzzy's Triple Crown bonus vanished on Lap 07 when he moved to overtake Dixon for the lead on the inside entering Turn. The right-front wing sustained damage when it clipped the rear of the No. 9 car, and Kanaan pitted three laps later. Honda Indy Toronto in T.O. Race # Saturday, July 3 at Streets of Toronto s Exhibition Place Scott Dixon overtook race leader Sebastien Bourdais on Lap 78 and held off the four-time CART champion on a Lap 84 single-file restart to record his second straight win. It was Dixon's 3st victory, tying Bourdais, Dario Franchitti and Paul Tracy for seventh on the all-time Indy car list. Franchitti finished third in the race Saturday. Bourdais was.7007 seconds back in Toronto in the No. 7 Dragon Racing Chevrolet for his best finish since rejoining Indy car racing in 0. Franchitti, who earned the Verizon P Award in the No. 0 Target Chip Ganassi Racing Honda, was informed while standing on the podium that he was assessed a 5-second blocking penalty on the final lap that dropped him to 3th. After the race, INDYCAR officials met with Franchitti and Target Chip Ganassi Racing team members to further review the blocking penalty issued on the final lap. The team presented car data showing steering trace and braking points from the Lap 85 incident with the No. car driven by Will Power. The group also viewed additional video. Upon further review, INDYCAR reinstated Franchitti to his original third-place finishing position. Andretti Autosport teammate Marco Andretti finished fourth and Tony Kanaan was fifth. Honda Indy Toronto in T.O. Race # Sunday, July 4 at Streets of Toronto s Exhibition Place Scott Dixon was dominant in Race of the Honda Indy Toronto -- from the first standing start in IZOD IndyCar Series history to the completion of 85 laps. Dixon, who won Race of the Honda Indy Toronto by.7 seconds over Sebastien Bourdais on July 4, won Race under caution because of a late accident to sweep the weekend doubleheader and earn the $00,000 SONAX Perfect Finish Award. It was the third consecutive victory for two-time series champion Dixon, who will celebrate his 33rd birthday July. His last three-in-a-row stretch was in 007 (Watkins Glen, Nashville, Mid-Ohio), and the last in the series was accomplished by Ryan Hunter-Reay (Milwaukee, Iowa, Toronto) en route to his 0 series championship. Dixon also earned his 3nd Indy car victory to overtake Dario Franchitti, Bourdais and Paul Tracy for seventh on the all-time list. Helio Castroneves, who entered the race with a 39-point lead over Hunter-Reay in the championship standings, finished second and is 9 points clear of Dixon. Bourdais earned his second consecutive podium finish (his first since 007), and Franchitti finished fourth. E.J. Viso, who started 0th, placed fifth.

41 Honda Indy 00 at Mid-Ohio Sunday, Aug. 4 at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course Charlie Kimball overtook Simon Pagenaud at the end of the long backstretch on Lap 73 of 90 and went on to win the Honda Indy 00 at Mid-Ohio for his first IZOD IndyCar Series victory. Kimball led a field-high 46 laps in the caution-free race (the first since Mid-Ohio last year). Through his previous 44 starts, he led a total of 5 laps ( this season). Kimball, who pitted for the third and final time on Lap 65, caught the front-running Pagenaud on the backstretch on Lap 73 seconds after Pagenaud exited pit lane for his final service stop. On cold tires, Pagenaud couldn't hold off the charging Kimball. The Camarillo, Calif., native was the ninth different winner in 4 races this season and the fourth first-time winner. In the previous five seasons, there were five total first-time winners. Four different teams were represented in the top five. Pagenaud was seconds behind Kimball to record his first podium finish since winning Race of the Detroit doubleheader weekend in early June. Dario Franchitti finished third in the No. 0 GE car for Target Chip Ganassi Racing to provide Honda a podium sweep. Will Power finished fourth and pole sitter Ryan Hunter-Reay was fifth. Helio Castroneves finished sixth - three-tenths of a second ahead of Scott Dixon - to increase his championship points lead over the two-time series champion to 3 with five races remaining. Hunter- Reay is third (65 points back) heading to the Aug. 5 GoPro Grand Prix of Sonoma. GoPro Grand Prix of Sonoma Sunday, Aug. 5 at Sonoma Raceway Will Power became the 0th different winner in 5 IZOD IndyCar Series races by recording a.930-second victory in the GoPro Grand Prix of Sonoma at Sonoma Raceway. Power, who started third in the No. Verizon Team Penske car, led the final 6 laps to win at the.385-mile, -turn road course for the third time in four years. It was his first victory since April 9, 0, at Brazil. Power inherited the lead on Lap 70 when Scott Dixon was issued a drive-through penalty by INDYCAR officials for a pit safety infraction on his final stop. Dixon and Power were running - when they pitted on Lap 64, with Power's pit stall directly in front of Dixon's. As the No. 9 Target Chip Ganassi Racing car made its break, it clipped the right-rear tire carried by Penske crew member Travis Law, which knocked Law into airjack man Damon Lopez. Both Law and Lopez, along with crewman Jeremy Baker, who was hit by an airgun, were evaluated and released by INDYCAR Medical without injury. In the final laps, Dixon charged from 0th to 5th. He picked up three bonus points -- two for leading the most laps (7) and one for leading a lap - and trails Helio Castroneves by 39 points heading to the Sept. Grand Prix of Baltimore. Dixon entered the race 3 points back of Castroneves, who finished seventh for his th consecutive top 0 in the No. 3 Hitachi Team Penske car. Justin Wilson placed a season-high second and Verizon P Award winner Dario Franchitti recorded his fourth podium finish in the past five races. Thirteen drivers remain in championship contention.

42 OFFICIAL BOX SCORE IZOD IndyCar Series Honda Grand Prix of St Petersburg March 4, 03 FP SP Car Driver Car Name Comp Running/Reason Out Pts Total Pts Standings 4 7 James Hinchcliffe GoDaddy Chevrolet 0 Running Helio Castroneves Hitachi Team Penske Chevrolet 0 Running Marco Andretti RC Cola Chevrolet 0 Running Tony Kanaan Hydroxycut KVRT - SH Racing Chevrolet 0 Running Scott Dixon Target Chip Ganassi Racing Honda 0 Running Simona de Silvestro Nuclear Entergy Areva KVRT Chevrolet 0 Running EJ Viso Team Venezuela/Andretti Autosport/HVM Chevrolet 0 Running Takuma Sato ABC Supply A.J. Foyt Racing Honda 0 Running Justin Wilson Dale Coyne Racing Honda 0 Running Alex Tagliani Barracuda Racing Honda 0 Running Sebastien Bourdais Dragon Racing Chevrolet 0 Running Charlie Kimball NovoLog FlexPen Honda 0 Running Graham Rahal Midas/Big O Tires Honda 0 Running Ed Carpenter Fuzzy's Vodka/Ed Carpenter Racing Chevrolet 0 Running James Jakes Acorn Stairlifts Honda 0 Running Will Power Verizon Team Penske Chevrolet 07 Running Oriol Servia Panther DRR Chevrolet 04 Running Ryan Hunter-Reay DHL Chevrolet 79 Mechanical JR Hildebrand National Guard Panther Racing Chevrolet 78 Contact Sebastian Saavedra Dragon Racing Chevrolet 7 Contact Tristan Vautier (R) Florida Lottery c/w Schmidt Peterson Honda 69 Mechanical Ana Beatriz Dale Coyne Racing Honda 55 Mechanical Josef Newgarden Sarah Fisher Hartman Racing Honda 50 Mechanical Simon Pagenaud Schmidt Hamilton HP Motorsports Honda 6 Mechanical Dario Franchitti Target Chip Ganassi Racing Honda 8 Contact Time of Race: 0::.550 Avg Speed: Margin of Victory:.098 seconds Lead Changes: 4 Caution : 9 Fastest Lap: mph ( sec) on lap 3 by - Will Power Fastest Leader Lap: mph ( sec) on lap 3 by - Will Power Verizon P Award ($0,000): Will Power (:0.070; mph) IZOD IndyCar Series Bonus Awards: James Hinchcliffe ($35,000), Helio Castroneves ($5,000), Marco Andretti ($0,000), Tony Kanaan ($5,000), Scott Dixon ($0,000) Legend: R = Sunoco Rookie of the Year Candidate All Cars use fourth-generation IZOD IndyCar Series chassis (IR-) and Firestone Tires Lap Leaders: Lap Leader Summary: Caution Flags: Car # Driver Car Driver Times No Duration Total Reason for Caution Power, Will 3 Castroneves, Helio Servia, Oriol 3 Castroneves, Helio 3 Castroneves, Helio Power, Will 7 Hinchcliffe, James Servia, Oriol to 5 8 to 3 45 to to Contact: Car 0 in Turn 3 Contact: Cars 4 & 6 in Turn 0 Debris: Turn 4 Contact: Car 6 in Turn Hinchcliffe, James Penalties: Car Reason Lap Penalty No Penalties Information provided by Indy Racing Information System - Copyright Indy Racing League, LLC 03

43 OFFICIAL BOX SCORE IZOD IndyCar Series Honda Indy Grand Prix of Alabama April 7, 03 FP SP Car Driver Car Name Comp Running/Reason Out Pts Total Pts Standings Ryan Hunter-Reay DHL Chevrolet 90 Running Scott Dixon Target Chip Ganassi Racing Honda 90 Running Helio Castroneves AAA Insurance Team Penske Chevrolet 90 Running Charlie Kimball Race With Insulin Honda 90 Running Will Power Verizon Team Penske Chevrolet 90 Running Simon Pagenaud Schmidt Hamilton HP Motorsports Honda 90 Running Marco Andretti RC Cola Chevrolet 90 Running Justin Wilson Dale Coyne Racing Honda 90 Running Josef Newgarden Sarah Fisher Hartman Racing Honda 90 Running Tristan Vautier (R) Schmidt Peterson Motorsports Honda 90 Running Alex Tagliani Barracuda Racing Honda 90 Running EJ Viso Team Venezuela-Andretti Autosport-HVM Honda 90 Running Tony Kanaan Mouser KV Racing Technology - SH Racing Chevrolet 90 Running Takuma Sato ABC Supply Co. A.J. Foyt Racing Honda 90 Running Oriol Servia Panther DRR Chevrolet 90 Running Sebastien Bourdais Dragon Racing Chevrolet 90 Running JR Hildebrand National Guard Panther Racing Chevrolet 90 Running Simona de Silvestro Nuclear Entergy Areva KVRT Chevrolet 90 Running AJ Allmendinger IZOD Team Penske Chevrolet 90 Running Sebastian Saavedra Dragon Racing Chevrolet 90 Running Graham Rahal Midas/Big O Tires Honda 90 Running Ed Carpenter Fuzzy's Vodka Ed Carpenter Racing Chevrolet 89 Running James Jakes Acorn Stairlifts Honda 86 Running Ana Beatriz Ipiranga Honda 65 Mechanical Dario Franchitti Banana Boat Honda 4 Mechanical James Hinchcliffe GoDaddy.com Chevrolet 3 Contact Time of Race: 0:5: Avg Speed: 0.88 Margin of Victory: seconds Lead Changes: 6 among 4 drivers Caution : 4 Fastest Lap: 0.04 mph ( sec) on lap 83 by 6 - James Jakes Fastest Leader Lap: 8.7 mph ( sec) on lap 83 by - Ryan Hunter-Reay Verizon P Award ($0,000): Ryan Hunter-Reay (:07.087, 3.4 mph) Bonus Awards: Ryan Hunter-Reay ($35,000), Scott Dixon ($5,000), Helio Castroneves ($0,000), Charlie Kimball ($5,000) Will Power ($0,000) Legend: R = Sunoco Rookie of the Year candidate All cars use fourth-generation Dallara chassis (IR-) and Firestone Tires Lap Leaders: Lap Leader Summary: Caution Flags: Car # Driver Car Driver Times No Duration Total Reason for Caution Hunter-Reay, Ryan Power, Will Hunter-Reay, Ryan Hunter-Reay, Ryan 3 Castroneves, Helio Power, Will to 5 4 Debris: Turn Kimball, Charlie 83 Kimball, Charlie Power, Will Castroneves, Helio Hunter-Reay, Ryan Penalties: Car Reason Lap Penalty 0 No Penalties Information provided by Indy Racing Information System - Copyright Indy Racing League, LLC 03

44 OFFICIAL BOX SCORE IZOD IndyCar Series Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach April, 03 FP SP Car Driver Car Name Comp Running/Reason Out Pts Total Pts Standings 4 4 Takuma Sato ABC Supply Co./A.J. Foyt Racing Honda 80 Running Graham Rahal Midas/Big O Tires Honda 80 Running Justin Wilson Dale Coyne Racing Honda 80 Running Dario Franchitti Target Chip Ganassi Racing Honda 80 Running JR Hildebrand National Guard Panther Racing Chevrolet 80 Running Oriol Servia Panther DRR Chevrolet 80 Running Marco Andretti RC Cola Chevrolet 80 Running Simon Pagenaud Schmidt Hamilton HP Motorsports Honda 80 Running Simona de Silvestro Nuclear Entergy Areva KVRT Chevrolet 80 Running Helio Castroneves Auto Club Team Penske Chevrolet 80 Running Scott Dixon Target Chip Ganassi Racing Honda 80 Running James Jakes Acorn Stairlifts Honda 80 Running Josef Newgarden Sarah Fisher Hartman Racing Honda 80 Running Ana Beatriz Ipiranga Honda 80 Running Sebastien Bourdais Dragon Racing Chevrolet 80 Running Will Power Verizon Team Penske Honda 80 Running Tristan Vautier (R) Schmidt Peterson Motorsports Honda 80 Running Ed Carpenter Fuzzy's Vodka/Ed Carpenter Racing Chevrolet 80 Running Alex Tagliani Barracuda Racing Honda 79 Running Tony Kanaan Hydroxycut KV Racing Technology-SH Racing 78 Contact Charlie Kimball NovoLog FlexPen Honda 78 Running EJ Viso Team Venezuela-Andretti Autosport-HVM Chevrolet 53 Running AJ Allmendinger Penske Automotive Chevrolet 5 Mechanical Ryan Hunter-Reay DHL Chevrolet 49 Contact Mike Conway blu ecigs Honda 38 Electrical James Hinchcliffe GoDaddy.com Chevrolet 34 Contact Sebastian Saavedra Dragon Racing Chevrolet Contact Time of Race: 0:50: Avg Speed: Margin of Victory: Under Caution Lead Changes: 4 Caution : 6 Fastest Lap: 0.69 mph ( sec) on lap 45 by 5 - EJ Viso Fastest Leader Lap: mph ( sec) on lap 70 by 4 - Takuma Sato Verizon P Award: Dario Franchitti (:07.379; mph) Bonus Awards: Takuma Sato ($35,000), Graham Rahal ($5,000), Justin Wilson ($0,000), Dario Franchitti ($5,000), JR Hildebrand ($0,000) Legend: R = Rookie All Cars use fourth-generation Dallara chassis (IR) and Firestone Tires Lap Leaders: Lap Leader Summary: Caution Flags: Car # Driver Car Driver Times No Duration Total Reason for Caution Franchitti, Dario Hunter-Reay, Ryan 0 Franchitti, Dario Power, Will 4 Sato, Takuma 0 Franchitti, Dario Power, Will Hunter-Reay, Ryan to 6 30 to to 37 5 to Contact: Car 6 in Turn 0 Contact: Cars 83 & 98 in Turn 8 Contact: Cars & 7 in Turn Contact: Car in Turn Sato, Takuma 5 80 to 80 Contact: Cars and in turn Penalties: Car Reason Lap Penalty 55 Avoidable Contact Drive-Through 55 Pit Safety Infraction 56 Drive-Through Avoidable Contact Second Post Race Information provided by Indy Racing Information System - Copyright Indy Racing League, LLC 03

45 OFFICIAL BOX SCORE IZOD IndyCar Series Itaipava Sao Paulo Indy 300 presented by Nestle May 5, 03 FP SP Car Driver Car Name Comp Running/Reason Out Pts Total Pts Standings 5 7 James Hinchcliffe GoDaddy.com Chevrolet 75 Running Takuma Sato ABC Supply Co./A.J. Foyt Racing Honda 75 Running Marco Andretti RC Cola Chevrolet 75 Running Oriol Servia Panther DRR Chevrolet 75 Running Josef Newgarden Sarah Fisher Hartman Racing Honda 75 Running EJ Viso Team Venezuela-Andretti Autosport-HVM Chevrolet 75 Running Dario Franchitti Lexar Honda 75 Running Simona de Silvestro Nuclear Entergy Areva KVRT Chevrolet 75 Running Simon Pagenaud Schmidt Hamilton HP Motorsports Honda 75 Running Charlie Kimball Novo Nordisk Honda 75 Running Ryan Hunter-Reay DHL Chevrolet 75 Running Alex Tagliani Barracuda Racing Honda 75 Running Helio Castroneves Hitachi Team Penske Chevrolet 75 Running Sebastien Bourdais Dragon Racing Chevrolet 75 Running JR Hildebrand National Guard Panther Racing Chevrolet 75 Running Tristan Vautier (R) Schmidt Peterson Motorsports Honda 75 Running James Jakes Acorn Stairlifts Honda 75 Running Scott Dixon Target Chip Ganassi Racing Honda 75 Running Sebastian Saavedra Dragon Racing Chevrolet 75 Running Justin Wilson Dale Coyne Racing Honda 73 Running Tony Kanaan Itaipava-KV Racing Technology-SH Racing Chevrolet 7 Running Graham Rahal blu Ecigs Honda 7 Running Ed Carpenter Fuzzy's Vodka/Ed Carpenter Racing Chevrolet 7 Running Will Power Verizon Team Penske Chevrolet 7 Mechanical Ana Beatriz Ipriranga Honda 6 Mechanical Time of Race: 0:09: Avg Speed: Margin of Victory: seconds Lead Changes: 9 Caution : 9 Fastest Lap: 3.50 mph ( sec) on lap 60 by - Tony Kanaan Fastest Leader Lap:.56 mph ( sec) on lap 3 by 7 - Sebastien Bourdais Verizon P Award ($0,000): # Ryan Hunter-Reay (:0.43, mph) Bonus Awards: James Hinchcliffe ($35,000), Takuma Sato ($5,000), Marco Andretti ($0,000), Oriol Servia ($5,000), Josef Newgarden ($0,000) Legend: R = Rookie All Cars use fourth-generation IZOD IndyCar Series Dallara Chassis (IR-) and Firestone Tires Lap Leaders: Lap Leader Summary: Caution Flags: Car # Driver Car Driver Times No Duration Total Reason for Caution Hunter-Reay, Ryan Kanaan, Tony 7 Bourdais, Sebastien 4 Sato, Takuma Hunter-Reay, Ryan Kanaan, Tony 5 Andretti, Marco 4 Sato, Takuma Hunter-Reay, Ryan 7 Bourdais, Sebastien Kanaan, Tony 5 Andretti, Marco 4 Hildebrand, JR 7 Hinchcliffe, James to 8 9 to 4 to 5 37 to to 43 5 to to Stall: Car 8 in Turn 0 Stall: Car on Frontstretch Contact: Cars 5 & 0 in Turn Debris: in Turn Contact: Cars 3,4,7,77 & 83 in Turn 8 Stall: Car on Frontstretch Contact: Car 9 in Turn Hildebrand, JR Sato, Takuma 75 7 Hinchcliffe, James Penalties: Car Reason Lap Penalty 6 Entered Closed Pit 5 Required Pit Stop 3 Entered Closed Pit 4 Required Pit Stop 7 Entered Closed Pit 4 Required Pit Stop 77 Entered Closed Pit 4 Required Pit Stop Information provided by Indy Racing Information System - Copyright Indy Racing League, LLC 03

46 OFFICIAL BOX SCORE IZOD IndyCar Series Indianapolis 500 Mile Race May 6, 03 FP SP Car Driver Car Name Comp Running/Reason Out Pts Total Pts Standings Series Awards Designated Awards Total Awards Tony Kanaan Hydroxycut KV Racing Technology-SH Racing Chevrolet 00 Running $,,500 $40,855 $,353,355 6 Carlos Munoz (R) Unistraw Chevrolet 00 Running ,000 89,05 $964, Ryan Hunter-Reay DHL Chevrolet 00 Running ,500 0,505 $583, Marco Andretti RC Cola Chevrolet 00 Running ,500 8,55 $469, Justin Wilson Dale Coyne Racing Honda 00 Running , $337, Helio Castroneves Shell V-Power/Pennzoil Ultra Team Penske Chevrolet 00 Running ,500 5,55 $33, AJ Allmendinger (R) IZOD Team Penske Chevrolet 00 Running ,000 36,55 $6, Simon Pagenaud Schmidt Hamilton HP Motorsports Honda 00 Running , $6, Charlie Kimball NovoLog FlexPen Honda 00 Running ,500 6,805 $69, Ed Carpenter Fuzzy's Vodka Ed Carpenter Racing Chevrolet 00 Running ,500 43,455 $405,955 3 Oriol Servia Panther DRR Chevrolet 00 Running 3 9 6,500 8,805 $7, Ryan Briscoe NTT DATA Honda 00 Running 8 5,000 5,555 $30, Takuma Sato ABC Supply Co./A.J. Foyt Racing Honda 00 Running 57 6,500,305 $64, Scott Dixon Target Chip Ganassi Racing Honda 00 Running 8 6,500 5,505 $68, Ana Beatriz Ipiranga Honda 00 Running , $6, Tristan Vautier (R) Lucas Oil/Schmidt Peterson Motorsports Honda 00 Running ,000,305 $7, Simona De Silvestro Nuclear Entergy Areva KVRT Chevrolet 00 Running , $6, EJ Viso Team Venezuela PDVSA Citgo Chevrolet 00 Running ,500 4,055 $76, Will Power Verizon Team Penske Chevrolet 00 Running ,500 0,755 $73, James Jakes Acorn Stairlifts Honda 99 Running ,000,555 $7, James Hinchcliffe GoDaddy Chevrolet 99 Running ,500 5,455 $67, Conor Daly (R) ABC Supply Co./A.J. Foyt Racing Honda 98 Running 9 5,000,305 $7, Dario Franchitti Target Chip Ganassi Racing Honda 97 Contact 8 7 6,500 5,305 $77, Alex Tagliani Barracuda Racing Honda 96 Running , $63, Graham Rahal Midas/Big O Tires Honda 93 Contact , $6, Katherine Legge Angie's List Schmidt Peterson Pelfrey Honda 93 Running , $5, Townsend Bell Sunoco "Turbo" Panther Racing Chevrolet 9 Running ,000,55 $37, Josef Newgarden Sarah Fisher Hartman/Century Honda 9 Running ,500,805 $64, Sebastien Bourdais Dragon Racing Chevrolet 78 Contact , $6, Pippa Mann Cyclops Gear.com Honda 46 Contact , $5, Buddy Lazier Spirit of Oklahoma Chevrolet 44 Mechanical ,000 5,305 $30, Sebastian Saavedra Dragon Racing Chevrolet 34 Contact , $5, JR Hildebrand National Guard Panther Racing Chevrolet 3 Contact ,500,805 $64,305 Time of Race: 0:40:03.48 Avg Speed: Margin of Victory: Under Caution Lead Changes: 68 Caution : Fastest Lap: mph ( sec) on lap 85 by 9 - Justin WilsonFastest Leader Lap: 3.65 mph ( sec) on lap 84 by 6 - Carlos Munoz Verizon P Award: #0 Ed Carpenter ( , 8.76 mph) Legend: R = Indianapolis 500 Rookie All Cars use fourth-generation IZOD IndyCar Series Dallara chassis (IR-) and Firestone tires Lap Leaders: Lap Leader Summary: Caution Flags: Car # Driver Car Driver Times No Duration Total Reason for Caution -8 0 Carpenter, Ed 0 Carpenter, Ed to 6 3 Contact: Car 4 in Turn 9 Kanaan, Tony Kanaan, Tony to 4 8 Contact: Car 6 in Turn Carpenter, Ed 5 Andretti, Marco to 60 4 Spin: Car 4 in Turn 3-4 Kanaan, Tony Hunter-Reay, Ryan to 96 3 Contact: Car 5 in Turn Andretti, Marco Allmendinger, AJ to 00 3 Contact: Car 0 in Turn 7-0 Kanaan, Tony Power, Will 6-5 Andretti, Marco 6 Munoz, Carlos 5 3 Kanaan, Tony 7 Hinchcliffe, James 3 7 Penalties: Andretti, Marco 6 Jakes, James 5 Car Reason Lap Penalty 7-8 Kanaan, Tony 5 Viso, EJ 5 78 Ran Over Hose 45 Drive-Through 9 5 Andretti, Marco 3 Castroneves, Helio 6 Pit Safety Infraction 96 Drive-Through 30 Hunter-Reay, Ryan 60 Bell, Townsend 3-3 Power, Will 98 Tagliani, Alex Jakes, James 9 Dixon, Scott Carpenter, Ed 43 5 Andretti, Marco Carpenter, Ed Andretti, Marco Carpenter, Ed Hunter-Reay, Ryan 6 5 Andretti, Marco 6-63 Hunter-Reay, Ryan Carpenter, Ed Kanaan, Tony Power, Will 89 Kanaan, Tony 90 5 Viso, EJ Munoz, Carlos Kanaan, Tony 98- Allmendinger, AJ Kanaan, Tony Andretti, Marco 5-0 Kanaan, Tony Hunter-Reay, Ryan 6 Munoz, Carlos 3 98 Tagliani, Alex 4 60 Bell, Townsend 5 7 Hinchcliffe, James Andretti, Marco 3 Hunter-Reay, Ryan Viso, EJ 36 Hunter-Reay, Ryan 37-4 Allmendinger, AJ Hunter-Reay, Ryan 45 3 Castroneves, Helio Andretti, Marco 5 Hunter-Reay, Ryan Munoz, Carlos 55 9 Dixon, Scott Hinchcliffe, James Hunter-Reay, Ryan Allmendinger, AJ 68 5 Andretti, Marco 69 Hunter-Reay, Ryan 70 5 Andretti, Marco 7 Hunter-Reay, Ryan Andretti, Marco 74 Kanaan, Tony 75 5 Andretti, Marco Kanaan, Tony 78 6 Munoz, Carlos 79 5 Andretti, Marco Munoz, Carlos Hinchcliffe, James 89 Kanaan, Tony 90 Hunter-Reay, Ryan 9-9 Kanaan, Tony Hunter-Reay, Ryan Kanaan, Tony Information provided by Indy Racing Information System - Copyright Indy Racing League, LLC 03

47 OFFICIAL BOX SCORE IZOD IndyCar Series Chevrolet Indy Dual in Detroit presented by Quicken Loans # June, 03 FP SP Car Driver Car Name Comp Running/Reason Out Pts Total Pts Standings 8 Mike Conway Dale Coyne Racing Honda 70 Running Ryan Hunter-Reay DHL Chevrolet 70 Running Justin Wilson Dale Coyne Racing Honda 70 Running Scott Dixon Target Chip Ganassi Racing Honda 70 Running Helio Castroneves Hitachi Team Penske Chevrolet 70 Running Dario Franchitti Suave Honda 70 Running Josef Newgarden Sarah Fisher Hartman Racing Honda 70 Running Will Power Verizon Team Penske Chevrolet 70 Running Graham Rahal Midas/Big O Tires Honda 70 Running James Jakes Acorn Stairlifts Honda 70 Running Tristan Vautier (R) Schmidt Peterson Motorsports Honda 70 Running Simon Pagenaud Schmidt Hamilton HP Motorsports Honda 70 Running Tony Kanaan Hippino.com KV Racing Technology-SH Racing Chevrolet 70 Running Charlie Kimball NovoLog FlexPen Honda 70 Running James Hinchcliffe GoDaddy Chevrolet 70 Running Simona De Silvestro Nuclear Entergy Areva KVRT Chevrolet 70 Running EJ Viso Team Venezuela PDVSA Citgo Chevrolet 70 Running Ed Carpenter Fuzzy's Vodka/Ed Carpenter Racing Chevrolet 69 Running Takuma Sato ABC Supply Co./A.J. Foyt Racing Honda 68 Running Marco Andretti RC Cola Chevrolet 67 Running Ryan Briscoe National Guard Panther Racing Chevrolet 66 Contact Sebastian Saavedra Dragon Racing Chevrolet 3 Contact Alex Tagliani Barracuda Racing Honda 8 Contact Sebastien Bourdais Dragon Racing Chevrolet 9 Mechanical AJ Allmendinger Quicken Loans Team Penske Chevrolet 0 Contact Time of Race: 0:48: Avg Speed: Margin of Victory:.9707 seconds Lead Changes: 4 Caution : 4 Fastest Lap: mph ( sec) on Lap 47 by 8 - Mike Conway Fastest Leader Lap: mph ( sec) on Lap 47 by 8 - Mike Conway Verizon P Award ($0,000): #0 Dario Franchitti (79.33, mph) Bonus Awards: Mike Conway ($35,000), Ryan Hunter-Reay ($5,000), Justin Wilson ($0,000), Scott Dixon ($5,000), Helio Castroneves ($0,000) Legend: R = Rookie All cars use fourth-generation IZOD IndyCar Series Dallara chassis (IR-) and Firestone tires Lap Leaders: Lap Leader Summary: Caution Flags: Car # Driver Car Driver Times No Duration Total Reason for Caution Conway, Mike Hunter-Reay, Ryan 8 Conway, Mike 8 Conway, Mike Hunter-Reay, Ryan 9 Wilson, Justin to 3 5 to to Contact: Cars & 9 in Turn 4 Stall: Car 4 in Turn 3 Contact: Car 6 in Turn Wilson, Justin Conway, Mike Penalties: Car Reason Lap Penalty 5 Passing before the Green Flag 4 Drive-Through Information provided by Indy Racing Information System - Copyright Indy Racing League, LLC 03

48 OFFICIAL BOX SCORE IZOD IndyCar Series Chevrolet Indy Dual in Detroit presented by Quicken Loans # June, 03 FP SP Car Driver Car Name Comp Running/Reason Out Pts Total Pts Standings 6 77 Simon Pagenaud Schmidt Hamilton HP Motorsports Honda 70 Running James Jakes Acorn Stairlifts Honda 70 Running Mike Conway Dale Coyne Racing Honda 70 Running Scott Dixon Target Chip Ganassi Racing Honda 70 Running Dario Franchitti Suave Honda 70 Running Marco Andretti RC Cola Chevrolet 70 Running Charlie Kimball NovoLog FlexPen Honda 70 Running Helio Castroneves Hitachi Team Penske Chevrolet 70 Running Graham Rahal Midas/Big O Tires Honda 70 Running Sebastian Saavedra Dragon Racing Chevrolet 70 Running Sebastien Bourdais Dragon Racing Chevrolet 70 Running Tony Kanaan Hippino.com KV Racing Technology/SH Racing Chevrolet 70 Running Ryan Briscoe National Guard Panther Racing Chevrolet 69 Running Tristan Vautier (R) Schmidt Peterson Motorsports Honda 69 Running Ed Carpenter Fuzzy's Vodka/Ed Carpenter Racing Chevrolet 66 Running Josef Newgarden Sarah Fisher Hartman Racing Honda 64 Running E.J. Viso Team Venezuela PDVSA Citgo Chevrolet 6 Running Ryan Hunter-Reay DHL Chevrolet 59 Running James Hinchcliffe GoDaddy Chevrolet 57 Running Will Power Verizon Team Penske Chevrolet 53 Running Alex Tagliani Barracuda Racing Honda 7 Contact Justin Wilson Dale Coyne Racing Honda 7 Contact Takuma Sato ABC Supply Co/A.J. Foyt Racing Honda 3 Contact Simona De Silvestro Nuclear Entergy Areva KVRT Chevrolet 8 Contact AJ Allmendinger Quicken Loans Team Penske Chevrolet 0 Contact Time of Race: 0:56:4.786 Avg Speed: Margin of Victory: seconds Lead Changes: 8 Caution : Fastest Lap: mph ( sec) on Lap 58 by 8 - Mike Conway Fastest Leader Lap: 09.6 mph ( sec) on Lap 64 by 77 - Simon Pagenaud Verizon P Award: #8 Mike Conway (:8.0977, mph) Bonus Awards: Simon Pagenaud ($35,000), James Jakes ($5,000), Mike Conway ($0,000), Scott Dixon ($5,000), Dario Franchitti ($0,000) Legend: R = Sunoco Rookie of the Year candidate All cars use fourth-generation IZOD IndyCar Series Dallara chassis (IR-) and Firestone tires Lap Leaders: Lap Leader Summary: Caution Flags: Car # Driver Car Driver Times Times No Duration Total Reason for Caution Power, Will 8 Conway, Mike Kanaan, Tony 55 Vautier, Tristan 8 Conway, Mike 83 Kimball, Charlie 77 Pagenaud, Simon 8 Conway, Mike 77 Pagenaud, Simon Kanaan, Tony 6 Jakes, James Power, Will 83 Kimball, Charlie 55 Vautier, Tristan to 3 0 to 4 to 4 0 to 4 to 6 8 to Contact: Car in Turn Contact: Car 78 in Turn 8 Contact: Car 98 in Turn3; Stall: Car 67 in Turn 6 Debris: in Turn Contact: Car 4 in Turn 3 Contact: Cars 3,4,5,7,,5,9,0,7, & 98 in Turn Jakes, James Pagenaud, Simon Penalties: Car Reason Lap Penalty 7 Avoidable Contact 38 Drive-Through Information provided by Indy Racing Information System - Copyright Indy Racing League, LLC 03

49 OFFICIAL BOX SCORE IZOD IndyCar Series Firestone 550 June 8, 03 FP SP Car Driver Car Name Comp Running/Reason Out Pts Total Pts Standings 6 3 Helio Castroneves AAA Insurance Team Penske Chevrolet 8 Running Ryan Hunter-Reay DHL Chevrolet 8 Running Tony Kanaan Sunoco "Turbo" KVRT-SH Racing Chevrolet 8 Running Ed Carpenter Fuzzy's Vodka/Ed Carpenter Racing Chevrolet 8 Running Marco Andretti RC Cola Chevrolet 8 Running Dario Franchitti Belkin Honda 7 Running Will Power Verizon Team Penske Chevrolet 7 Running Josef Newgarden Sarah Fisher Hartman Racing Honda 7 Running James Hinchcliffe GoDaddy Chevrolet 7 Running EJ Viso Team Venezuela PDVSA Citgo Chevrolet 7 Running Takuma Sato ABC Supply Co./A.J. Foyt Racing Honda 7 Running James Jakes Acorn Stairlifts Honda 7 Running Simon Pagenaud Schmidt Hamilton HP Motorsports Honda 6 Running Sebastian Saavedra Dragon Racing Chevrolet 6 Running Justin Wilson Dale Coyne Racing Honda 6 Running Simona De Silvestro Nuclear Entergy Areva KVRT Chevrolet 6 Running Charlie Kimball NovoLog FlexPen Honda 6 Running Tristan Vautier (R) coastal.com Schmidt Peterson Motorsports Honda 5 Running Oriol Servia National Guard Panther Racing Chevrolet 5 Running Sebastien Bourdais Dragon Racing Chevrolet 4 Running Graham Rahal Midas/Big O Tires Honda 3 Running Alex Tagliani Barracuda Racing Honda 3 Running Scott Dixon Target Chip Ganassi Racing Honda 6 Mechanical Pippa Mann CyclopsGear.com Honda Mechanical Time of Race: 0:5: Avg Speed: Margin of Victory: seconds Lead Changes: 4 Caution : 7 Fastest Lap: 5.76 mph ( sec) on lap 5 by - Tony Kanaan Fastest Leader Lap: 4.87 mph ( sec) on lap by 5 - Marco Andretti Verizon P Award: # Will Power ( , 9.8 mph) Bonus Awards: Helio Castroneves ($35,000), Ryan Hunter-Reay ($5,000), Tony Kanaan ($0,000), Ed Carpenter ($5,000), Marco Andretti ($0,000) Legend: R - IZOD IndyCar Series Sunoco Rookie of the Year Candidate All cars use Fourth-generation IZOD IndyCar Series Dallara chassis (IR-) and Firestone tires Lap Leaders: Lap Leader Summary: Caution Flags: Car # Driver Car Driver Times No Duration Total Reason for Caution Andretti, Marco Power, Will Hunter-Reay, Ryan 5 Andretti, Marco 3 Castroneves, Helio 5 Andretti, Marco Hunter-Reay, Ryan Power, Will to 3 54 to 6 3 to Stall: Car 8 in Turn 3 Stall: Car 9 in Turn 4 Spin: Car 4 in Turn Castroneves, Helio Penalties: Car Reason Lap Penalty 78 Blend Line Violation 5 Stop and Hold 30 sec. 5 Pit Safety Infraction 5 Drive-Through Information provided by Indy Racing Information System - Copyright Indy Racing League, LLC 03

50 OFFICIAL BOX SCORE IZOD IndyCar Series Milwaukee IndyFest June 5, 03 FP SP Car Driver Car Name Comp Running/Reason Out Pts Total Pts Standings 4 Ryan Hunter-Reay DHL Chevrolet 50 Running Helio Castroneves PPG Team Penske Chevrolet 50 Running Will Power Verizon Team Penske Chevrolet 50 Running EJ Viso Team Venezuela PDVSA Citgo Chevrolet 50 Running James Hinchcliffe GoDaddy Chevrolet 50 Running Scott Dixon Target Chip Ganassi Racing Honda 50 Running Takuma Sato ABC Supply Co./A.J. Foyt Racing Honda 50 Running Dario Franchitti Kimberley Clark Honda 50 Running Justin Wilson Dale Coyne Racing Honda 49 Running Tony Kanaan Hydroxycut KVRT-SH Racing Chevrolet 49 Running Josef Newgarden Sarah Fisher Hartman Racing Honda 49 Running Simon Pagenaud Schmidt Hamilton HP Motorsports Honda 49 Running Sebastian Saavedra Dragon Racing Chevrolet 48 Running Ed Carpenter Fuzzy's Vodka/Ed Carpenter Racing Chevrolet 48 Running Ryan Briscoe National Guard Panther Racing Chevrolet 48 Running Graham Rahal Midas/Big O Tires Honda 47 Running Charlie Kimball NovoLog FlexPen Honda 46 Running James Jakes Acorn Stairlifts Honda 45 Running Ana Beatriz Ipiranga Honda 4 Running Marco Andretti RC Cola Chevrolet 76 Mechanical Tristan Vautier (R) coastal.com Schmidt Peterson Motorsports 73 Mechanical Sebastien Bourdais Dragon Racing Chevrolet 5 Mechanical Alex Tagliani Barracuda Racing Honda 46 Mechanical Simona De Silvestro Nuclear Entergy Areva KVRT Chevrolet 69 Contact Time of Race: 0:5:5.96 Avg Speed: Margin of Victory: seconds Lead Changes: Caution : 9 Fastest Lap: mph (.4993 sec) on Lap by - Ryan Hunter-Reay Fastest Leader Lap: mph (.4993 sec) on Lap by - Ryan Hunter-Reay Verizon P Award ($0,000): Marco Andretti (4.8584, mph) Bonus Awards: Ryan Hunter-Reay ($35,000), Helio Castroneves ($5,000), Will Power ($0,000), E.J. Viso ($5,000), James Hinchcliffe ($0,000) Legend: R - IZOD IndyCar Series Sunoco Rookie of the Year Candidate All cars use Fourth-generation IZOD IndyCar Series Dallara chassis (IR-) and Firestone tires Lap Leaders: Lap Leader Summary: Caution Flags: Car # Driver Car Driver Times No Duration Total Reason for Caution Andretti, Marco Hunter-Reay, Ryan Power, Will 4 Sato, Takuma 9 Wilson, Justin 5 Viso, E.J. 4 Sato, Takuma Hunter-Reay, Ryan 5 Andretti, Marco 5 Viso, E.J. Power, Will 9 Wilson, Justin to 6 7 to 3 98 to 06 to Contact: Car 78 in Turn 4 Spin: Car 98 in Turn 4 Stall: Car 5 in Backstretch Contact: Car 8 in Turn Sato, Takuma Hunter-Reay, Ryan Penalties: Viso, EJ Car Reason Lap Penalty Power, Will 7 Pit Safety Infraction 60 Drive-Through Sato, Takuma Hunter-Reay, Ryan Information provided by Indy Racing Information System - Copyright Indy Racing League, LLC 03

51 OFFICIAL BOX SCORE IZOD IndyCar Series Iowa Corn Indy 50 June 3, 03 FP SP Car Driver Car Name Comp Running/Reason Out Pts Total Pts Standings 7 James Hinchcliffe GoDaddy Chevrolet 50 Running Ryan Hunter-Reay DHL Chevrolet 50 Running Tony Kanaan Sunoco "Turbo" KVRT-SH Racing Chevrolet 50 Running Ed Carpenter Fuzzy's Vodka/Ed Carpenter Racing Chevrolet 50 Running Graham Rahal Midas/Big O Tires Honda 50 Running Simon Pagenaud Schmidt Hamilton HP Motorsports Honda 50 Running Oriol Servia National Guard Panther Racing Chevrolet 50 Running Helio Castroneves Hitachi Team Penske Chevrolet 50 Running Marco Andretti RC Cola Chevrolet 50 Running EJ Viso Team Venezuela-PDVSA-Citgo Chevrolet 50 Running Justin Wilson Dale Coyne Racing Honda 49 Running Charlie Kimball NovoLog FlexPen Honda 49 Running Tristan Vautier (R) coastal.com Schmidt Peterson Motorsports Honda 48 Running Sebastien Bourdais Dragon Racing Chevrolet 48 Running Josef Newgarden Sarah Fisher Hartman Racing Honda 48 Running Scott Dixon Target Chip Ganassi Racing Honda 47 Running Will Power Verizon Team Penske Chevrolet 47 Running James Jakes Acorn Stairlifts Honda 47 Running Sebastian Saavedra Dragon Racing Chevrolet 47 Running Dario Franchitti Glad Honda 46 Running Simona De Silvestro Nuclear Entergy Areva KVRT Chevrolet 43 Running Ana Beatriz Dale Coyne Racing Honda 83 Mechanical Takuma Sato ABC Supply Co./A.J. Foyt Racing Honda 6 Mechanical Alex Tagliani Barracuda Racing Honda 39 Contact 7 7 Time of Race: 0:30:6.066 Avg Speed: Margin of Victory:.5009 seconds Lead Changes: 7 Caution : 9 Fastest Lap: mph ( sec) on lap by 0 - Ed Carpenter Fastest Leader Lap: mph ( 8.08 sec) on lap 59 by 7 - James Hinchcliffe Verizon P Award: #3 Helio Castroneves ( , 7.96 mph) Bonus Awards: James Hinchcliffe ($35,000), Ryan Hunter-Reay ($5,000), Tony Kanaan ($0,000), Ed Carpenter ($5,000), Graham Rahal ($0,000) Legend: R - IZOD IndyCar Series Sunoco Rookie of the Year Candidate All cars use Fourth-generation IZOD IndyCar Series Dallara chassis (IR-) and Firestone tires Lap Leaders: Lap Leader Summary: Caution Flags: Car # Driver Car Driver Times No Duration Total Reason for Caution Hinchcliffe, James 9 Wilson, Justin 7 Hinchcliffe, James 5 Rahal, Graham 7 Hinchcliffe, James 0 Carpenter, Ed 9 Wilson, Justin 5 Rahal, Graham to 5 38 to to Debris: on Frontstretch Contact: Car 98 in Turn Debris: on Frontstretch Hinchcliffe, James Carpenter, Ed Wilson, Justin Hinchcliffe, James Penalties: Car Reason Lap Penalty 0 No Penalties Information provided by Indy Racing Information System - Copyright Indy Racing League, LLC 03

52 OFFICIAL BOX SCORE IZOD IndyCar Series Pocono INDYCAR 400 Fueled by Sunoco July 7, 03 FP SP Car Driver Car Name Comp Running/Reason Out Pts Total Pts Standings 7 9 Scott Dixon Target Chip Ganassi Racing Honda 60 Running Charlie Kimball NovoLog FlexPen Honda 60 Running Dario Franchitti Energizer Honda 60 Running Will Power Verizon Team Penske Chevrolet 60 Running Josef Newgarden Sarah Fisher Hartman Racing Honda 60 Running Simon Pagenaud Schmidt Hamilton HP Motorsports Honda 60 Running Justin Wilson Dale Coyne Racing Honda 60 Running Helio Castroneves Hitachi Team Penske Chevrolet 60 Running Ed Carpenter Fuzzy's Vodka/Ed Carpenter Racing Chevrolet 60 Running Marco Andretti RC Cola Chevrolet 60 Running Simona De Silvestro Nuclear Entergy Areva KVRT Chevrolet 60 Running James Jakes Acorn Stairlifts Honda 60 Running Tony Kanaan Sunoco "Turbo" KVRT-SH Racing Chevrolet 60 Running Ryan Briscoe National Guard Panther Racing Chevrolet 59 Running Pippa Mann CyclopsGear.com Honda 59 Running Sebastien Bourdais Dragon Racing Chevrolet 59 Running Alex Tagliani Barracuda Racing Honda 58 Running Graham Rahal Midas/Big O Tires Honda 58 Running Tristan Vautier (R) coastal.com Schmidt Peterson Motorsports 58 Running Ryan Hunter-Reay DHL Chevrolet EJ Viso Team Venezuela PDVSA Citgo Chevrolet Takuma Sato ABC Supply Co./A.J. Foyt Racing Honda 6 Contact Sebastian Saavedra Dragon Racing Chevrolet Mechanical James Hinchcliffe GoDaddy Chevrolet 0 Contact Time of Race: 0:04:6.478 Avg Speed: Margin of Victory: seconds Lead Changes: 6 Caution : Fastest Lap: 8.30 mph ( 4.39 sec) on lap 56 by 4 - Takuma Sato Fastest Leader Lap: mph ( sec) on lap 39 by 5 - Marco Andretti Verizon P Award: Marco Andretti (:.3473,.73 mph) Bonus Awards: Scott Dixon ($35,000), Charlie Kimball ($5,000), Dario Franchitti ($0,000), Will Power ($5,000), Josef Newgarden ($0,000) Legend: R - Sunoco Rookie of the Year Candidate. All cars use fourth-generation IZOD IndyCar Series Dallara chassis (IR-) and Firestone tires. Lap Leaders: Lap Leader Summary: Caution Flags: Car # Driver Car Driver Times No Duration Total Reason for Caution Andretti, Marco Kanaan, Tony Power, Will 83 Kimball, Charlie 5 Andretti, Marco 9 Dixon, Scott Power, Will Kanaan, Tony to 4 63 to Contact: Car 7 in Turn Contact: Car & 4 in Pit Lane Andretti, Marco 83 Kimball, Charlie 4 Penalties: 6-6 Kanaan, Tony Car Reason Lap Penalty Power, Will 0 No Penalties 66-7 Kanaan, Tony Andretti, Marco Kanaan, Tony Dixon, Scott Kanaan, Tony 0- Power, Will - 5 Andretti, Marco -9 Power, Will Kimball, Charlie Dixon, Scott Information provided by Indy Racing Information System - Copyright Indy Racing League, LLC 03

53 OFFICIAL BOX SCORE IZOD IndyCar Series Honda Indy Toronto Race July 3, 03 FP SP Car Driver Car Name Comp Running/Reason Out Pts Total Pts Standings 5 9 Scott Dixon Target Chip Ganassi Racing Honda 85 Running Sebastien Bourdais Dragon Racing Chevrolet 85 Running Dario Franchitti Target Chip Ganassi Racing Honda 85 Running Marco Andretti Dr Pepper Chevrolet 85 Running Tony Kanaan Hydroxycut KVRT-SH Racing Chevrolet 85 Running Helio Castroneves Hitachi Team Penske Chevrolet 85 Running Mike Conway Sonny's Honda 85 Running James Hinchcliffe GoDaddy Chevrolet 85 Running Simon Pagenaud Schmidt Hamilton HP Motorsports Honda 85 Running Simona De Silvestro Nuclear Entergy Areva KVRT Chevrolet 85 Running Justin Wilson Dale Coyne Racing Honda 85 Running James Jakes Acorn Stairlifts Honda 85 Running Ed Carpenter Fuzzy's Vodka/Ed Carpenter Racing Chevrolet 85 Running EJ Viso Team Venezuela PDVSA Citgo Chevrolet 85 Running Will Power Verizon Team Penske 84 Contact Sebastian Saavedra Dragon Racing Chevrolet 84 Running Alex Tagliani Barracuda Racing Honda 84 Running Ryan Hunter-Reay DHL Chevrolet 83 Running Tristan Vautier (R) Schmidt Peterson Motorsports Honda 83 Running Graham Rahal Midas/Big O Tires Honda 8 Running Charlie Kimball NovoRapid FlexTouch Honda 7 Contact Ryan Briscoe National Guard Panther Racing Chevrolet 64 Contact Josef Newgarden Sarah Fisher Hartman Racing Honda 34 Running Takuma Sato ABC Supply Co./A.J. Foyt Racing Honda 3 Mechanical 6 47 Time of Race: :4: Avg Speed: Margin of Victory:.7007 seconds Lead Changes: 8 Caution : 4 Fastest Lap: mph ( sec) on lap 57 by 3 - Helio Castroneves Fastest Leader Lap: mph ( sec) on lap 79 by 9 - Scott Dixon Verizon P Award ($0,000): #0 Dario Franchitti ( , mph) Bonus Awards: Scott Dixon ($35,000), Sebastien Bourdais ($5,000), Dario Franchitti ($0,000), Marco Andretti ($5,000), Tony Kanaan ($0,000) Legend: R = Rookie All Cars use 0 IZOD IndyCar Series chassis and Firestone Tires Lap Leaders: Lap Leader Summary: Caution Flags: Car # Driver Car Driver Times No Duration Total Reason for Caution Franchitti, Dario 7 Bourdais, Sebastien 83 Kimball, Charlie Power, Will 9 Dixon, Scott Power, Will 0 Franchitti, Dario 7 Bourdais, Sebastien 9 Dixon, Scott 83 Kimball, Charlie to 3 35 to to 68 8 to Aborted Start: Car 67 Stall Contact: Car 5 & 55 in Turn 4 Contact: Cars 4, 9, & 83 in Turn 5 Spin: Car 98 in Turn Bourdais, Sebastien Dixon, Scott Bourdais, Sebastien Dixon, Scott Penalties: Car Reason Lap Penalty 55 Avoidable Contact 4 Drive-Through 9 Avoidable Contact 7 Drive-Through Information provided by Indy Racing Information System - Copyright Indy Racing League, LLC 03

54 OFFICIAL BOX SCORE IZOD IndyCar Series Honda Indy Toronto Race July 4, 03 FP SP Car Driver Car Name Comp Running/Reason Out Pts Total Pts Standings 9 Scott Dixon Target Chip Ganassi Racing Honda 85 Running Helio Castroneves Hitachi Team Penske Chevrolet 85 Running Sebastien Bourdais Dragon Racing Chevrolet 85 Running Dario Franchitti Target Chip Ganassi Racing Honda 85 Running EJ Viso Team Venezuela PDVSA Citgo Chevrolet 85 Running Charlie Kimball NovoRapid FlexTouch Honda 85 Running Mike Conway Sonny's Honda 85 Running Justin Wilson Dale Coyne Racing Honda 85 Running Marco Andretti Dr Pepper Chevrolet 85 Running Alex Tagliani Barracuda Racing Honda 85 Running Josef Newgarden Sarah Fisher Hartman Racing Honda 85 Running Simon Pagenaud Schmidt Hamilton HP Motorsports Honda 85 Running Graham Rahal Midas/Big O Tires Honda 84 Running Simona De Silvestro Nuclear Entergy Areva KVRT Chevrolet 84 Running Sebastian Saavedra Dragon Racing Chevrolet 84 Running Tristan Vautier (R) Schmidt Peterson Motorsports Honda 84 Running Carlos Munoz (R) National Guard Panther Racing Chevrolet 84 Running Will Power Verizon Team Penske Chevrolet 83 Contact Ryan Hunter-Reay DHL Chevrolet 83 Contact Takuma Sato ABC Supply Co./A.J. Foyt Racing Honda 83 Contact James Hinchcliffe GoDaddy Chevrolet 8 Running Ed Carpenter Fuzzy's Vodka/Ed Carpenter Racing Chevrolet 77 Contact James Jakes Acorn Stairlifts Honda 6 Contact Tony Kanaan Hydroxycut/KVRT-SH Racing Chevrolet 35 Contact Time of Race: :35: Avg Speed: Margin of Victory: Under Caution Lead Changes: 3 Caution : 0 Fastest Lap: mph ( sec) on lap 6 by 0 - Dario Franchitti Fastest Leader Lap: mph ( sec) on lap 8 by 9 - Scott Dixon Verizon P Award: Scott Dixon ( , 07.4 mph) Bonus Awards: Scott Dixon ($35,000), Helio Castroneves ($5,000), Sebastien Bourdais ($0,000), Dario Franchitti ($5,000), EJ Viso ($0,000) Legend: R = Rookie All Cars use 0 IZOD IndyCar Series chassis and Firestone Tires Lap Leaders: Lap Leader Summary: Caution Flags: Car # Driver Car Driver Times No Duration Total Reason for Caution Dixon, Scott 3 Castroneves, Helio Power, Will 9 Dixon, Scott 3 Castroneves, Helio Power, Will to 70 8 to 8 84 to 85 6 Contact: Car 6 in Turn 5 Contact: Car 0 in Turn 5 Contact: Cars,, & 4 in Turn Dixon, Scott Penalties: Car Reason Lap Penalty No Penalties Information provided by Indy Racing Information System - Copyright Indy Racing League, LLC 03

55 OFFICIAL BOX SCORE IZOD IndyCar Series Honda Indy 00 August 4, 03 FP SP Car Driver Car Name Comp Running/Reason Out Pts Total Pts Standings 5 83 Charlie Kimball NovoLog FlexPen Honda 90 Running Simon Pagenaud Schmidt Hamilton HP Motorsports Honda 90 Running Dario Franchitti GE Honda 90 Running Will Power Verizon Team Penske Chevrolet 90 Running Ryan Hunter-Reay DHL Chevrolet 90 Running Helio Castroneves PPG Team Penske Chevrolet 90 Running Scott Dixon Target Chip Ganassi Racing Honda 90 Running Justin Wilson Dale Coyne Racing Honda 90 Running Marco Andretti RC Cola Chevrolet 90 Running James Hinchcliffe GoDaddy Chevrolet 90 Running Simona De Silvestro Nuclear Entergy Areva KVRT Chevrolet 90 Running Sebastien Bourdais Dragon Racing Chevrolet 90 Running James Jakes Acorn Stairlifts Honda 90 Running Oriol Servia National Guard Panther Racing Chevrolet 90 Running James Davison (R) Sonny's BBQ Honda 90 Running Luca Filippi (R) Barracuda Racing Honda 90 Running EJ Viso Team Venezuela PDVSA Citgo Chevrolet 89 Running Graham Rahal Midas/Big-O Tires Honda 89 Running Sebastian Saavedra Dragon Racing Chevrolet 89 Running Ed Carpenter Fuzzy's Vodka/Ed Carpenter Racing Chevrolet 89 Running Tristan Vautier (R) Angie's List Schmidt Peterson Motorsports Honda 89 Running Takuma Sato ABC Supply Co./A.J. Foyt Racing Honda 89 Running Josef Newgarden Sarah Fisher Hartman Racing Honda 88 Running Tony Kanaan Sunoco "Turbo" KVRT-SH Racing Chevrolet 64 Off course Time of Race: 0:43:9.37 Avg Speed: 7.85 Margin of Victory: seconds Lead Changes: 5 Caution : 0 Fastest Lap:.797 mph ( sec) on lap 35 by 77 - Simon Pagenaud Fastest Leader Lap:.733 mph ( sec) on lap 34 by 83 - Charlie Kimball Verizon P Award Winner: Ryan Hunter-Reay (:05.359, 4.385) Bonus Awards: Charlie Kimball ($35,000), Simon Pagenaud ($5,000), Dario Franchitti ($0,000), Will Power ($5,000), Ryan Hunter-Reay ($0,000) Legend: R - IZOD IndyCar Series Sunoco Rookie of the Year Candidate All cars use fourth-generation IZOD IndyCar Series Dallara chassis (IR-) and Firestone tires Lap Leaders: Lap Leader Summary: Caution Flags: Car # Driver Car Driver Times No Duration Hunter-Reay, Ryan 83 Kimball, Charlie 77 Pagenaud, Simon 83 Kimball, Charlie Hunter-Reay, Ryan 77 Pagenaud, Simon No Cautions Kimball, Charlie Pagenaud, Simon Kimball, Charlie Total Reason for Caution Penalties: Car Reason Lap Penalty No Penalties Information provided by Indy Racing Information System - Copyright Indy Racing League, LLC 03

56 OFFICIAL BOX SCORE IZOD INDYCAR Series GoPro Grand Prix of Sonoma August 5, 03 p FP SP Car Driver Car Name Comp Running/Reason Out Pts Total Pts Standings 3 Will Power Verizon Team Penske Chevrolet 85 Running Justin Wilson Dale Coyne Racing Honda 85 Running Dario Franchitti Target Chip Ganassi Racing Honda 85 Running Marco Andretti RC Cola Chevrolet 85 Running Simon Pagenaud Schmidt Hamilton HP Motorsports Honda 85 Running Ryan Hunter-Reay DHL Chevrolet 85 Running Helio Castroneves Hitachi Team Penske Chevrolet 85 Running James Hinchcliffe GoDaddy Chevrolet 85 Running Simona De Silvestro Nuclear Entergy Areva KVRT Chevrolet 85 Running Sebastien Bourdais Dragon Racing Chevrolet 85 Running Graham Rahal Midas/Big-O Tires Honda 85 Running Tristan Vautier (R) Angie's List Schmidt Peterson Motorsports Honda 85 Running Tony Kanaan Hydroxycut KVRT-SH Racing Chevrolet 85 Running EJ Viso Team Venezuela-CITGO-PDVSA Chevrolet 85 Running Scott Dixon Target Chip Ganassi Racing Honda 85 Running JR Hildebrand Barracuda Racing Honda 85 Running Ryan Briscoe National Guard Panther Racing Chevrolet 85 Running James Davison (R) Sonny's BBQ Honda 85 Running Ed Carpenter Fuzzy's Vodka/Ed Carpenter Racing Chevrolet 84 Running Charlie Kimball NovoLog FlexPen Honda 83 Running Sebastian Saavedra Dragon Racing Chevrolet 8 Contact Lucas Luhr (R) RW Motorsports/SFHR Honda 8 Mechanical Takuma Sato ABC Supply Co./A.J. Foyt Racing Honda 67 Mechanical Josef Newgarden Sarah Fisher Hartman Racing Honda 56 Mechanical James Jakes Acorn Stairlifts Honda 8 Mechanical Time of Race: 0:0:46.86 Avg Speed: Margin of Victory:.930 seconds Lead Changes: 7 Caution : Fastest Lap: mph ( sec) on lap 74 by - Will Power Fastest Leader Lap: mph ( sec) on lap 74 by - Will Power Verizon P Award: Dario Franchitti (:7.57, 0.748) Bonus Awards: Will Power ($35,000), Justin Wilson ($5,000), Dario Franchitti ($0,000), Marco Andretti ($5,000), Simon Pagenaud ($0,000) Legend: R - IZOD IndyCar Series Sunoco Rookie of the Year candidate All cars use fourth-generation IZOD IndyCar Series Dallara chassis (IR-) and Firestone tires Lap Leaders: Lap Leader Summary: Caution Flags: Car # Driver Car Driver Times No Duration Total Reason for Caution Franchitti, Dario Hunter-Reay, Ryan 9 Wilson, Justin 9 Dixon, Scott Kanaan, Tony 7 Hinchcliffe, James 9 Dixon, Scott 9 Dixon, Scott 0 Franchitti, Dario Power, Will 9 Wilson, Justin Hunter-Reay, Ryan Kanaan, Tony 7 Hinchcliffe, James to 7 to 9 7 to 8 to 4 30 to to to Contact: Car 3 & 83 in Turn Contact: Cars 5 & 9 in Turn 7 Contact: Cars 7 & 78 in Turn 7 Contact: Cars & 98 in Turn 7 Stall: Car 6 in Turn 9 Stall: Car 67 in Turn Contact: Cars 4, 4, 0, & 83 in Turn Power, Will Penalties: Car Reason Lap Penalty 5 Avoidable Contact Drive-Through 7 Avoidable Contact 0 Drive-Through Avoidable Contact 6 Drive-Through 6 Avoidable Contact 35 Drive-Through 9 Pit Safety Infraction 70 Drive-Through 5 Pit Safety Infraction 70 Drive-Through 4 Avoidable Contact 83 Drive-Through Information provided by Indy Racing Information System - Copyright Indy Racing League, LLC 03

57 Points Position Track QP SP FP Reason Out Points St. Petersburg Best Finish: Barber Running 5 st - 5 times (most recent: Long Beach Mechanical 7 6 Road America, 006) Sao Paulo Indianapolis Running 37 4 Best Start: Belle Isle Contact 5 3 st- times (most recent: Belle Isle Contact 5 5 Cleveland, 006) Texas Milwaukee Iowa Pocono Toronto- Toronto- Mid-Ohio Sonoma Baltimore Houston- Houston- California Total Avg. Start 0.8 Avg. Finish 9.8 IZOD IndyCar Series Career Summary Top 0 Races Running at Finish Season Races Wins Poles Top Total Note: Underlined number denotes grid penalty Baltimore Notes: - Not scheduled to compete at track. AJ Allmendinger Team Penske 03 Notes: - Competing in selected events for Team Penske - 3 laps at Indianapolis on way to seventh-place finish.

58 Points Position Track QP SP FP Reason Out Points St. Petersburg Running 35 3 Best Finish: Barber Running 6 4 st - times (most recent: Long Beach Running 6 4 Iowa, 0) Sao Paulo Running 36 Indianapolis Running 45 Best Start: Belle Isle Running 3 st- 4 times (most recent: Belle Isle Running 8 Pocono, 03) Texas Running 3 Milwaukee Mechanical 3 Iowa Running 8 3 Pocono Running 4 3 Toronto Running 3 4 Toronto Running 4 Mid-Ohio Running 4 Sonoma Running 3 4 Baltimore Houston- Houston- California Total, Avg. Start 8.8 Avg. Finish 8.0 IZOD IndyCar Series Career Summary Top 0 Races Running at Finish Season Races Wins Poles Top Total Note: Underlined number denotes grid penalty Baltimore Notes: - Finished 5th after starting st in 0. - Finished 4th after starting 8th in 0. Marco Andretti Andretti Autosport 03 Notes: - Competing for his eighth season with Andretti Autosport. - Scored a podium finish at St. Petersburg to start season. - Recorded his third straight top-0 finish at Long Beach. - Finished on podium for second time this season at Sao Paulo. - Only driver to finish in top 0 in first four races. - Moved into points lead at Indianapolis after finishing fourth. - Won pole at Milwaukee-third career and second at track. - Won pole at Pocono, led most laps (88), finished 0th. - A top-five and a top-0 finish in the two races at Toronto. - Earned th top-0 finish of the season at Mid-Ohio. - Sixth top-five finish of the season at Sonoma.

59 Points Position Track QP SP FP Reason Out Points St. Petersburg Mechanical 8 Best Finish: Barber Mechanical 6 4 th-toronto, 0 Long Beach Running 6 4 Sao Paulo Mechanical 5 5 Indianapolis Running 8 6 Best Start: Belle Isle- 0th-Baltimore, 0 Belle Isle- Texas Milwaukee Running 8 Iowa Mechanical 8 6 Pocono Toronto- Toronto- Mid-Ohio Sonoma Baltimore Houston- Houston- California Total Avg. Start.7 Avg. Finish 0. IZOD IndyCar Series Career Summary Top 0 Races Running at Finish Season Races Wins Poles Top Total Note: Underlined number denotes grid penalty Ana Beatriz Dale Coyne Racing Baltimore Notes: - Started 0th and finished 6th in only race at track in Notes: - First season with Dale Coyne Racing. - Raced first five races of season for Dale Coyne Racing and returned for Milwaukee race.

60 Points Position Track QP SP FP Reason Out Points St. Petersburg 0 0 Running 9 Best Finish: Barber Running 4 5 st-3 times (most recent- Long Beach Running 5 8 Mexico City, 007) Sao Paulo Running 7 0 Indianapolis Contact 9 Best Start: Belle Isle Mechanical 6 st-3 times (most recent- Belle Isle Running 9 0 Assen, 007) Texas Running 0 Milwaukee Mechanical 8 Iowa Running 6 Pocono Running 4 0 Toronto Running 4 9 Toronto Running 35 6 Mid-Ohio Running 8 6 Sonoma Running 0 4 Baltimore Houston- Houston- California Total, Avg. Start 4.0 Avg. Finish 4.6 IZOD IndyCar Series Career Summary Top 0 Races Running at Finish Season Races Wins Poles Top , , Total ,36 83 Note: Underlined number denotes grid penalty Sebastien Bourdais Dragon Racing Baltimore Notes: - Started fifth in 0 but electrical problems resulted in a 8th-place finish. - Started third in 0 but dropped out with mechanical issues. Finished 3rd. 03 Notes: - Second season driving for Dragon Racing. - 3 laps at Sao Paulo -- his first laps led since Mexico City in Two podium finishes in Toronto along with a second place start in Toronto. - Recorded third top-0 finish of the season at Sonoma.

61 Ryan Briscoe Panther Racing Track QP SP FP St. Petersburg Barber Points Points Position Best Finish: st-7 Times (most recent: Long Beach Sonoma, 0) Sao Paulo Indianapolis Running 8 Best Start: Belle Isle Contact 9 8 st-3 times (most recent: Belle Isle Running 7 8 Indianapolis, 0) Texas Milwaukee Running 5 9 Iowa Pocono Running 6 6 Toronto Contact 8 5 Toronto- Mid-Ohio Sonoma Running 3 5 Baltimore Houston- Houston- California Total Avg. Start 7.7 Avg. Finish 6.3 IZOD IndyCar Series Career Summary Top 0 Races Running at Finish Season Races Wins Poles Top , Total ,430 7 Note: Underlined number denotes grid penalty Baltimore Notes: - Finished second after starting th in 0. - Finished 4th after starting third in 0. - one lap in the 0 race and laps in 0. Reason Out 03 Notes: - Returned to series at Indianapolis driving for Chip Ganassi Racing. - Replaced Hildebrand at Belle Isle for Panther Racing. - Returned to drive for Panther at Milwaukee, Pocono and Toronto. - Injured wrist in first Toronto race and unable to compete in second race. - Returned to Panther Racing at Sonoma after recovering from wrist surgery.

62 Points Position Track QP SP FP Reason Out Points St. Petersburg Running 6 4 Best Finish: Barber Running 8 0 st- times (most recent: Long Beach Running 3 Fontana, 0) Sao Paulo Running 7 3 Indianapolis Running 38 8 Best Start: Belle Isle Running 7 st- times (most recent: Belle Isle Running 5 9 Indianapolis, 03) Texas Running 3 6 Milwaukee Running 6 6 Iowa Running 37 3 Pocono Running 3 Toronto Running 7 3 Toronto Contact 8 4 Mid-Ohio Running 0 4 Sonoma Running 5 Baltimore Houston- Houston- California Total, Avg. Start 8.0 Avg. Finish 5.0 IZOD IndyCar Series Career Summary Top 0 Races Running at Finish Season Races Wins Poles Top Total Note: Underlined number denotes grid penalty Baltimore Notes: - Finished 0th after starting 5th in 0. - Finished 5th after starting eighth in 0. Ed Carpenter Ed Carpenter Racing 03 Notes: -Second season as owner-driver of Ed Carpenter Racing. -Best start of the season at Sao Paulo (4th). -Won the pole at Indianapolis and led most laps (37). -First top-five finish of season at Texas. -Second top-five finish in three races at Iowa. -Top-0 finish at Pocono. -Best road course finish of season in first Toronto race.

63 Points Position Track QP SP FP Reason Out Points St. Petersburg Running 43 Best Finish: Barber Running 36 st-8 times (most recent: Long Beach Running 0 Texas, 03) Sao Paulo Running 7 3 Indianapolis Running 36 3 Best Start: Belle Isle Running 30 st-38 times (most recent: Belle Isle Running 4 Iowa, 03) Texas Running 53 Milwaukee Running 40 Iowa Running 33 Pocono Running 4 Toronto Running 8 Toronto Running 4 Mid-Ohio Running 8 Sonoma Running 6 Baltimore Houston- Houston- California Total, Avg. Start 8.9 Avg. Finish 5.8 IZOD IndyCar Series Career Summary Top 0 Races Running at Finish Season Races Wins Poles Top , Total ,935 5 Note: Underlined number denotes grid penalty Baltimore Notes: - Started 8th in 0 and finished 7th. - Finished 0th after starting 4th in 0. Helio Castroneves Team Penske 03 Notes: -Has been driving for Team Penske since the 000 CART season. - most laps (4) at St. Petersburg. -Moves into point lead after Barber based on two podium finishes. -Returns to point lead after Belle Isle races. -Win at Texas ties him with Mears and Johncock in number of season with a win (3). -Fourth podium and second runner-up finish of season at Milwaukee. -Won pole at Iowa but started th due to grid penalty. -Only driver to complete all laps this season through Sonoma.

64 Mike Conway Dale Coyne Racing Track QP SP FP St. Petersburg Barber Points Points Position Best Finish: st times (most recent: Long Beach Electrical 5 7 Belle Isle, 03) Sao Paulo Indianapolis Best Start: Belle Isle Running 53 4 st (Belle Isle, 03) Belle Isle Running 39 Texas Milwaukee Iowa Pocono Toronto Running 6 4 Toronto Running 6 4 Mid-Ohio Sonoma Baltimore Houston- Houston- California Total Avg. Start 0. Avg. Finish 8.6 IZOD IndyCar Series Career Summary Top 0 Reason Out Races Running at Finish Season Races Wins Poles Top Total Note: Underlined number denotes grid penalty Baltimore Notes: - Mechanical problems resulted in 3 rd place finish in 0 after starting 7 th. - Started th and finished 6 th in Notes: -Drove at Long Beach for Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing. -Competed at Belle Isle for Dale Coyne Racing. -Scored second career win, first career pole and led a total of 78 laps at Belle Isle. -Despite poor qualifying position, finished in top 0 at both Toronto races.

65 Track QP SP FP St. Petersburg Points Points Position Best Finish: Barber 5th (Mid-Ohio, 03) Long Beach Sao Paulo Indianapolis Best Start: Belle Isle- 6th (Mid-Ohio, 03) Belle Isle- Texas Milwaukee Iowa Pocono Toronto- Toronto- Mid-Ohio Running 5 3 Sonoma Running 3 Baltimore Houston- Houston- California Total Avg. Start 0.5 Avg. Finish 6.5 IZOD IndyCar Series Career Summary Top 0 Races Running at Finish Season Races Wins Poles Top Total Note: Underlined number denotes grid penalty Baltimore Notes: - Not scheduled to compete this weekend James Davison Dale Coyne Racing Reason Out 03 Notes: - First IZOD IndyCar start at Mid-Ohio driving for Dale Coyne Racing. - Returned to Dale Coyne Racing for Sonoma race.

66 Points Position Track QP SP FP Reason Out Points St. Petersburg Running 8 6 Best Finish: Barber Running 4th (St. Petersburg, 0) Long Beach Running 9 Sao Paulo Running 4 9 Indianapolis Running 7 3 Best Start: Belle Isle Running 4 3rd (St. Petersburg, 03) Belle Isle Contact 6 7 Texas Running 4 7 Milwaukee Contact 6 8 Iowa Running 9 8 Pocono Running 9 8 Toronto Running 0 8 Toronto Running 6 9 Mid-Ohio Running 9 9 Sonoma Running 8 Baltimore Houston- Houston- California Total, Avg. Start 5.8 Avg. Finish 4.3 IZOD IndyCar Series Career Summary Top 0 Races Running at Finish Season Races Wins Poles Top Total Note: Underlined number denotes grid penalty Baltimore Notes: - Started 0th and finished th in 0. - one lap in the 0 race. - Finished nd in 0 after starting 5 th. Simona De Silvestro KV Racing Technology 03 Notes: - Joins KV Racing Technology for 03 season. - Career best start (3rd) at St. Petersburg. - Third top-0 finish of the season at Sao Paulo. - Best oval finish of the season at Pocono-th. - First top-0 finish since Sao Paulo in first Toronto race. - Fifth top-0 finish of season at Sonoma.

67 Scott Dixon Target Chip Ganassi Racing Points Position Track QP SP FP Reason Out Points St. Petersburg Running 30 5 Best Finish: Barber Running 40 st-3 times (most recent: Long Beach Running 9 3 Toronto, 03) Sao Paulo Running 5 Indianapolis Running 8 Best Start: Belle Isle Running 3 6 st-9 times (most recent: Belle Isle Running 3 4 Toronto, 03) Texas Mechanical 7 7 Milwaukee Running 8 5 Iowa Running 9 7 Pocono Running 5 4 Toronto Running 5 3 Toronto Running 54 Mid-Ohio Running 6 Sonoma Running 8 Baltimore Houston- Houston- California Total, Avg. Start 0.6 Avg. Finish 8.5 IZOD IndyCar Series Career Summary Top 0 Races Running at Finish Season Races Wins Poles Top , Total ,49 79 Note: Underlined number denotes grid penalty Baltimore Notes: - Finished fifth after starting ninth in 0. - Second top-five finish (4 th ) in 0 after starting second. 03 Notes: - Longest-tenured driver for Target Chip Ganassi Racing. Joined team during the 00 CART season. - Finished fifth on last lap pass before start/finish line at St. Petersburg. - Two top-five finishes in first two races. - Two top-five finishes at Belle Isle. - Grid penalty at Iowa after winning heat and finishing fifth in heat race 3. - Leading for only second time in 03, won at Pocono after starting 7th. - Won both races at Toronto and pole for second race -moves to second in points. - Penalty for pit lane incident while leading at Sonoma resulted in 5th-place finish.

68 Track QP SP FP St. Petersburg Points Points Position Best Finish: Barber 4th (Mid-Ohio, 03) Long Beach Sao Paulo Indianapolis Best Start: Belle Isle- 6th (Mid-Ohio, 03) Belle Isle- Texas Milwaukee Iowa Pocono Toronto- Toronto- Mid-Ohio Running 4 3 Sonoma Baltimore Houston- Houston- California Total Avg. Start 4.0 Avg. Finish 6.0 IZOD IndyCar Series Career Summary Top 0 Races Running at Finish Season Races Wins Poles Top Total Note: Underlined number denotes grid penalty Luca Filippi Barracuda Racing Reason Out Baltimore Notes: - Will be making his first IZOD IndyCar Series start at track 03 Notes: - Made first IZOD IndyCar start at Mid-Ohio.

69 Points Position Track QP SP FP Reason Out Points St. Petersburg Contact 5 5 Best Finish: Barber Mechanical 5 6 st-3 times (most recent: Long Beach Running 34 0 Indianapolis, 0) Sao Paulo Running 6 5 Indianapolis Contact 7 Best Start: Belle Isle Running 9 4 st-33 times (most recent: Belle Isle Running 30 Sonoma, 03) Texas Running 8 0 Milwaukee Running 4 0 Iowa Running 0 Pocono Running 35 Toronto Running 37 8 Toronto Running 33 7 Mid-Ohio Running 35 6 Sonoma Running 37 6 Baltimore Houston- Houston- California Total, Avg. Start 0. Avg. Finish 9.7 IZOD IndyCar Series Career Summary Top 0 Races Running at Finish Season Races Wins Poles Top , , Total , Note: Underlined number denotes grid penalty Baltimore Notes: - Started and finished fourth in 0. - Started fourth again in 0, finishing 3 th. - two laps in the race in 0. Dario Franchitti Target Chip Ganassi Racing 03 Notes: - Fifth year driving for Target Chip Ganassi Racing. - Rebounds from two DNF's to win pole at Long Beach and finish fourth. - Won pole for Belle Isle but started th due to grid penalty. - Milwaukee finish was sixth top-0 finish in last seven races. - First podium finish of the season (3rd) at Pocono. - Second podium of the season in first race at Toronto. - Third podium of the season at Mid-Ohio. - Finishes third at Sonoma after starting on the pole.

70 Points Position Track QP SP FP Reason Out Points St. Petersburg Contact 9 Best Finish: Barber Running 3 nd (Indianapolis, 0) Long Beach Running 30 5 Sao Paulo Running 6 6 Indianapolis Contact 9 9 Best Start: Belle Isle- 4th (Iowa, 0) Belle Isle- Texas Milwaukee Iowa Pocono Toronto- Toronto- Mid-Ohio Sonoma Running 4 6 Baltimore Houston- Houston- California Total Avg. Start 6.5 Avg. Finish 7.5 IZOD IndyCar Series Career Summary Top 0 Races Running at Finish Season Races Wins Poles Top Total Note: Underlined number denotes grid penalty Baltimore Notes: - Started 7th and finished 9th in 0 race. - Started 3rd and finished th in 0. JR Hildebrand Barracuda Racing 03 Notes: - Third season as driver for Panther Racing. - First top-five finish of the season at Long Beach. - first laps (4) of the season at Sao Paulo. - Released from contract with Panther after Indianapolis Returns at Sonoma driving for Barracuda Racing

71 James Hinchcliffe Andretti Autosport Points Position Track QP SP FP Reason Out Points St. Petersburg Running 5 Best Finish: Barber Contact 5 5 st-3 times (most recent: Long Beach Contact 5 0 Iowa, 03) Sao Paulo Running 5 4 Indianapolis Running 6 5 Belle Isle Running 5 7 Best Start: Belle Isle Running 9 nd (Barber, 0) Texas Running 9 Milwaukee Running 30 9 Iowa Running 60 4 Pocono Contact 6 5 Toronto Running 4 6 Toronto- 8 0 Running 9 8 Mid-Ohio Running 0 7 Sonoma Running 5 9 Baltimore Houston- Houston- California Total, Avg. Start 9.3 Avg. Finish 3.0 IZOD IndyCar Series Career Summary Top 0 Races Running at Finish Season Races Wins Poles Top Total Note: Underlined number denotes grid penalty Baltimore Notes: - Started 5th and finished 4th in 0 race. - two laps in 0 finishing 5th after starting fifth. 03 Notes: - Second season driving for the Andretti Autosport team. - Won first career IZOD IndyCar Series race at St. Petersburg leading final 6 laps. - only final lap of the race at Sao Paulo to win for second time in four starts this season. - Texas was first top-0 finish since winning at Sao Paulo. - Third top-five finish of season at Milwaukee. - Dominating performance at Iowa leading 6 of the 50 laps for third win. - four laps at Sonoma. Finished eighth.

72 Points Position Track QP SP FP Reason Out Points St. Petersburg Mechanical 8 Best Finish: Barber Running 54 3 st- times (most recent: Long Beach 4 49 Contact 7 6 Milwaukee, 03) Sao Paulo 75 6 Running 6 Indianapolis Running 44 4 Best Start: Belle Isle Running 4 st - 4 times (most recent: Belle Isle Running 3 Sao Paulo, 03) Texas Running 4 3 Milwaukee Running 5 Iowa Running 40 Pocono Toronto Running Toronto Contact 3 Mid-Ohio Running 3 3 Sonoma Running 9 3 Baltimore Houston- Houston- California Total, Avg. Start 4. Avg. Finish 0.0 IZOD IndyCar Series Career Summary Top 0 Races Running at Finish Season Races Wins Poles Top , Total Note: Underlined number denotes grid penalty Ryan Hunter-Reay Andretti Autosport Baltimore Notes: - Won 0 race after starting 0th and leading 3 laps. - Finished eighth after starting sixth in Notes: - Fourth season with Andretti Autosport. - Clean sweep at Barber - pole, win, led most laps. - Won second pole of the season at Sao Paulo. - Finished third at Indianapolis. - 0 laps and finished second in Belle Isle. - Fourth podium finish of season at Texas. - final 53 laps at Milwaukee for third win at track and second win of season. - Moves from th to finish second at Iowa. - Won third pole of season at Mid-Ohio.

73 James Jakes Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing Points Position Track QP SP FP Reason Out Points St. Petersburg Running 5 6 Best Finish: Barber Running 7 nd (03 -Belle Isle ) Long Beach Running 8 Sao Paulo Running 3 Indianapolis Running 5 3 Best Start: Belle Isle Running 0 9 nd (03 -Belle Isle ) Belle Isle Running 4 Texas Running 8 4 Milwaukee Running 5 Iowa Running 7 Pocono Running 8 7 Toronto Running 8 6 Toronto Contact 7 8 Mid-Ohio Running 7 8 Sonoma Mechanical 5 9 Baltimore Houston- Houston- California Total, Avg. Start 4.3 Avg. Finish 5.5 IZOD IndyCar Series Career Summary Top 0 Races Running at Finish Season Races Wins Poles Top Total Note: Underlined number denotes grid penalty Baltimore Notes: - Started th and finished 7th in 0. - Contact in 0 race resulted in 4th-place finish. 03 Notes: - Third season in IZOD IndyCar Series switching teams to Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing for Best finish of the season (th) at Long Beach. - for first time this season at Indianapolis. - Career best start and finish in Belle Isle. - Fourth top-0 start of season at Mid-Ohio.

74 Tony Kanaan KV Racing Technology Points Position Track QP SP FP Reason Out Points St. Petersburg Running 3 4 Best Finish: Barber Running 7 7 st-6 times (most recent: Long Beach Contact 0 Indianapolis, 03) Sao Paulo Running 0 7 Indianapolis Running 55 7 Best Start: Belle Isle Running 7 8 st-5 times (most recent: Belle Isle Running 9 8 Las Vegas, 0) Texas Running 35 4 Drew for pole position at Milwaukee Running 0 6 Texas Race, 0 Iowa Running 38 5 Pocono Running 8 6 Toronto Running 30 5 Toronto Contact 6 6 Mid-Ohio Off Course 6 0 Sonoma Running 8 Baltimore Houston- Houston- California Total, Avg. Start. Avg. Finish.9 IZOD IndyCar Series Career Summary Top 0 Races Running at Finish Season Races Wins Poles Top , Total ,336 Note: Underlined number denotes grid penalty Baltimore Notes: - Finished third after starting 7th in 0. - Contact in 0 race after starting sixth, finishing 0th. 03 Notes: - Third season driving for the KV Racing Technology. - Drove to his 07th career top-five finish at St. Petersburg. - for first time this season at Sao Paulo laps on way to winning first Indianapolis Second podium finish of the season at Texas. - Third podium finish of the season and second in three races at Iowa.

75 Points Position Track QP SP FP Reason Out Points St. Petersburg Running 8 Best Finish: Barber Running 33 6 st (Mid-Ohio, 03) Long Beach Running 9 Sao Paulo Running 0 0 Indianapolis Running 6 Best Start: Belle Isle Running 6 0 5th (Barber, 03; Mid-Ohio, Belle Isle Running ) Texas Running 3 Milwaukee Running 3 3 Iowa Running 8 4 Pocono Running 4 Toronto Contact 0 Toronto Running 8 Mid-Ohio Running 53 8 Sonoma Running 0 0 Baltimore Houston- Houston- California Total, Avg. Start 3.6 Avg. Finish.5 IZOD IndyCar Series Career Summary Top 0 Races Running at Finish Season Races Wins Poles Top Total Note: Underlined number denotes grid penalty Baltimore Notes: - Finished st after starting 6th in 0. - Started 7th and finished 8th in 0 Charlie Kimball Novo Nordisk Chip Ganassi Racing 03 Notes: - Third season driving for car owner Chip Ganassi. - Best career start at Barber followed up by second career top-five finish. - Tied career-best finish at Pocono - also career best oval finish laps at Mid-Ohio to win his first IZOD IndyCar Series race.

76 Track QP SP FP St. Petersburg Points Points Position Best Finish: Barber 5th (Pocono, 03) Long Beach Sao Paulo Indianapolis Contact 8 3 Best Start: Belle Isle- 9th (Texas, 03) Belle Isle- Texas Mechanical 6 30 Milwaukee Iowa Pocono Running 5 30 Toronto- Toronto- Mid-Ohio Sonoma Baltimore Houston- Houston- California Total Avg. Start 3.3 Avg. Finish 3.0 IZOD IndyCar Series Career Summary Top 0 Races Running at Finish Season Races Wins Poles Top Total Note: Underlined number denotes grid penalty Baltimore Notes: - Not scheduled to compete at track Pippa Mann Dale Coyne Racing Reason Out 03 Notes: - Driving for Dale Coyne Racing. - Best career start at Texas. - Career best finish at Pocono.

77 Track QP SP FP St. Petersburg Points Points Position Best Finish: Barber nd (Indianapolis, 03) Long Beach Sao Paulo Indianapolis 00 Running 54 5 Best Start: Belle Isle- nd (Indianapolis, 03) Belle Isle- Texas Milwaukee Iowa Pocono Toronto- Toronto Running 3 8 Mid-Ohio Sonoma Baltimore Houston- Houston- California Total Avg. Start 3.0 Avg. Finish 9.5 IZOD IndyCar Series Career Summary Top 0 Races Running at Finish Season Races Wins Poles Top Total 0 0 Note: Underlined number denotes grid penalty Baltimore Notes: - Will not be competing at track. Carlos Munoz Panther Racing Reason Out 03 Notes: - Started and finished nd in first Izard IndyCar Series start in Indianapolis Substituting for injured Ryan Briscoe at Toronto race -started from rear of field.

78 Josef Newgarden Sarah Fisher Hartman Racing Points Position Track QP SP FP Reason Out Points St. Petersburg Mechanical 7 3 Best Finish: Barber Running 6 5th - (Sao Paulo, 03; Long Beach Running 7 9 Pocono,03) Sao Paulo Running 30 3 Indianapolis Running 8 5 Best Start: Belle Isle Running 6 5 7th - (Indianapolis, 0; Belle Isle Running 4 6 Texas, 03) Texas Running 4 5 Started nd at Long Beach, Milwaukee Running Chevy Team Penalty Iowa Running 5 6 Pocono Running 30 5 Toronto Running 7 5 Toronto Running 9 5 Mid-Ohio Running 7 5 Sonoma Mechanical 6 7 Baltimore Houston- Houston- California Total, Avg. Start 8.4 Avg. Finish 4.7 IZOD IndyCar Series Career Summary Top 0 Races Running at Finish Season Races Wins Poles Top Total Note: Underlined number denotes grid penalty Baltimore Notes: - Did not compete in 0 race due to injury at Sonoma. 03 Notes: - Second season driving for Sarah Fisher Hartman Racing. - Recorded first career top-0 finish at Barber. - Scored first career top-five finish at Sao Paulo. - Third top-0 finish of the season at Belle Isle after starting 4th. - Texas race was his first time to both start and finish the race in the top-0. - Tied career-best finish (5th) at Pocono - also best oval finish of season.

79 Simon Pagenaud Schmidt Hamilton Motorsports Points Position Track QP SP FP Reason Out Points St. Petersburg Mechanical 6 4 Best Finish: Barber Running 8 4 st- (Belle Isle, 03) Long Beach Running 4 3 Sao Paulo Running Indianapolis Running 8 0 Best Start: Belle Isle Running 8 9 nd (Cleveland, 007) Belle Isle Running 5 5 Texas Running 7 6 Milwaukee Running 8 7 Iowa Running 9 6 Pocono Running 8 7 Toronto Running 7 Toronto Running 8 5 Mid-Ohio Running 4 5 Sonoma Running 30 5 Baltimore Houston- Houston- California Total, Avg. Start 3. Avg. Finish 8.9 IZOD IndyCar Series Career Summary Top 0 Races Running at Finish Season Races Wins Poles Top 5 007, Total Note: Underlined number denotes grid penalty Baltimore Notes: - Finished third after starting ninth in first race at track in laps in 0 race. 03 Notes: - Second season with Schmidt Hamilton Motorsports. - Consecutive top-0 finishes at Barber, Long Beach and Sao Paulo. - Fourth consecutive top-0 finish at Indianapolis. - Wins first career race in Belle Isle after leading final laps. - Seventh top-0 finish of the season at Pocono. - Moves to fifth in points after Toronto. - Second podium finish of the season at Mid-Ohio. - Third top-five finish of the season at Sonoma.

80 Points Position Track QP SP FP Reason Out Points St. Petersburg Running 6 5 Best Finish: Barber Running 3 8 st-9 times (most recent: Long Beach Running 5 8 Sonoma, 03) Sao Paulo Mechanical 6 8 Indianapolis Running 4 Best Start: Belle Isle Running 4 3 st-3 times (most recent: Belle Isle Running 5 Texas, 03) Texas Running 8 Milwaukee Running 36 Iowa Running 0 Pocono Running 33 9 Toronto Contact 8 0 Toronto Contact 3 0 Mid-Ohio Running 3 Sonoma Running 5 8 Baltimore Houston- Houston- California Total, Avg. Start 4.5 Avg. Finish.8 IZOD IndyCar Series Career Summary Top 0 Races Running at Finish Season Races Wins Poles Top , Total , Note: Underlined number denotes grid penalty Will Power Team Penske Baltimore Notes: - Won 0 race after starting on pole and leading 70 laps. - Won pole again in 0, led laps finish sixth. 03 Notes: - Will be competing for fourth full season with Team Penske. - Won 30th career pole and fourth pole at St. Petersburg. - Finished fifth at Barber after starting second. - Only driver to lead in each of first three races. - Won 3st career pole at Texas. - First podium finish of the season at Milwaukee. - Started on pole at Iowa after Castroneves received grid penalty. - Second top-five finish in two races at Pocono. - Fourth top-five finish of the season at Mid-Ohio. - Won first race since Sao Paulo, 0 (5 starts) at Sonoma.

81 Points Position Track QP SP FP Reason Out Points St. Petersburg Running 7 3 Best Finish: Barber 90 0 Running 9 9 st (St. Petersburg, 008) Long Beach 80 0 Running 40 7 Sao Paulo Running 8 4 Indianapolis Contact 8 6 Best Start: Belle Isle Running 6 st- times (most recent: Belle Isle Running 4 Kansas, 009) Texas Running 9 8 Milwaukee Running 4 7 Iowa Running 33 5 Pocono Running 6 Toronto Running 0 7 Toronto Running 7 7 Mid-Ohio Running 7 Sonoma Running 9 6 Baltimore Houston- Houston- California Total,90 5 Avg. Start 7.3 Avg. Finish 4.9 IZOD IndyCar Series Career Summary Season Races Wins Poles Top 5 0 Finish Total Note: Underlined number denotes grid penalty Baltimore Notes: - Best finish 0 th after starting second in 0. - Finished th in 0 after starting st. Graham Rahal Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing 03 Notes: - Driving for his first season with father's team. - Scored best finish (nd) since Texas 0 at Long Beach. - first lap of the season at Iowa en route to second top-five finish of season.

82 Sebastian Saavedra Dragon Racing Points Position Track QP SP FP Reason Out Points St. Petersburg Contact 0 0 Best Finish: Barber Running 0 3 0th (Belle Isle, 03) Long Beach Contact 5 5 Sao Paulo Running 4 Indianapolis Contact 8 7 Best Start: Belle Isle Contact 8 7 6th (Milwaukee, 03) Belle Isle Running 0 4 Texas Running 6 4 Milwaukee Running 7 3 Iowa Running 3 Pocono Mechanical 7 Toronto Running 4 3 Toronto Running 5 Mid-Ohio Running 3 Sonoma Contact 9 Baltimore Houston- Houston- California Total, Avg. Start 6.7 Avg. Finish 9.3 IZOD IndyCar Series Career Summary Top 0 Races Running at Finish Season Races Wins Poles Top Total Note: Underlined number denotes grid penalty Baltimore Notes: - Finished 3 th in only start at track in 0 after starting 4 th. 03 Notes: - Moves to full season ride for Dragon Racing in Career best start at St. Petersburg - tied it at Barber. - Career best finish at Belle Isle. - Improved career best start to sixth at Milwaukee.

83 Points Position QP SP FP Reason Out Points St. Petersburg Running 4 8 Best Finish: Barber Running 6 st (Long Beach, 03) Long Beach Running 53 Sao Paulo 75 Running 43 Indianapolis Running Best Start: Belle Isle Running 0 4 st- times (Iowa, 0; Belle Isle Contact 7 6 Edmonton, 0) Texas Running 9 5 Milwaukee Running 9 4 Iowa Mechanical 0 8 Pocono Contact 8 0 Toronto Mechanical 6 Toronto Contact 0 Mid-Ohio Running 8 3 Sonoma Mechanical 7 3 Baltimore Houston- Houston- California Total, Avg. Start.6 Avg. Finish 5.5 IZOD IndyCar Series Career Summary Top 0 Races Running at Finish Season Races Wins Poles Top Total Note: Underlined number denotes grid penalty Baltimore Notes: - Started 6 th and finished 8 th in 0 race. - Finished st after starting 4 th in 0. - laps in 0 race. Takuma Sato A.J. Foyt Racing 03 Notes: - Moves to the A.J. Foyt Racing team in Front-row start at St. Petersburg in first race for A.J. Foyt. - final 50 laps at Long Beach to score first INDYCAR win. - Takes over point lead at Sao Paulo after finishing second. - most laps for third time this season at Milwaukee.

84 Points Position Track QP SP FP Reason Out Points St. Petersburg Running 4 7 Best Finish: Barber Running 5 8 st (Montreal, 005) Long Beach Running 8 4 Sao Paulo Running 3 8 Indianapolis Running 3 9 Best Start: Belle Isle- st (Australia, 005) Belle Isle- Texas Running 9 Milwaukee Iowa Running 8 9 Pocono Toronto- Toronto- Mid-Ohio Running 6 Sonoma Baltimore Houston- Houston- California Total, Avg. Start 4.3 Avg. Finish.6 IZOD IndyCar Series Career Summary Top 0 Races Running at Finish Season Races Wins Poles Top Total Note: Underlined number denotes grid penalty Oriol Servia Panther Racing Baltimore Notes: - Finished second after starting 4th in 0. - Second top-0 finish in 0 (seventh) after starting 6 th. 03 Notes: - Competed in first five races with Panther-DRR team. - first laps since 0 Indianapolis 500 at St. Petersburg. - First top-0 finish of the season at Long Beach. - First top-five finish of the season at Sao Paulo. - Drove for Panther Racing at Texas, Iowa and Mid-Ohio. - Top-0 finish at Iowa driving for Panther.

85 Alex Tagliani Barracuda Racing Points Position Track QP SP FP Reason Out Points St. Petersburg Running 0 0 Best Finish: Barber Running 9 3 st (Road America, 004) Long Beach Running 7 Sao Paulo Running 8 9 Indianapolis 4 96 Running 0 Best Start: Belle Isle Contact 7 0 st-8 times (Most recent: Belle Isle Contact 9 Texas, 0) Texas Running 8 Milwaukee Mechanical 7 Iowa Contact 7 Pocono Running 3 Toronto Running 3 Toronto Running 0 Mid-Ohio Sonoma Baltimore Houston- Houston- California Total, Avg. Start 5. Avg. Finish 7.9 IZOD IndyCar Series Career Summary Top 0 Races Running at Finish Season Races Wins Poles Top Total Note: Underlined number denotes grid penalty Baltimore Notes: - Moved from 9th at start to finish seventh in 0. - Finished eighth in 0 leading one lap after starting 3 th. 03 Notes: - Second season with Bryan Herta Autosport team. - Scored his 00th career top-0 finish at St. Petersburg. - Finishes in top-0 in second Toronto race - fist time since St. Petersburg. - Did not drive at Mid-Ohio or Sonoma

86 Points Position Track QP SP FP Reason Out Points St. Petersburg Mechanical 9 Best Finish: Barber Running 0 7 0th (Barber, 03) Long Beach Running 3 Sao Paulo Running 4 Indianapolis Running 7 Best Start: Belle Isle Running 9 8 3rd (Barber, 03) Belle Isle Running 7 8 Texas Running 0 Milwaukee Mechanical 9 9 Iowa Running 7 0 Pocono Running 9 Toronto Running 0 Toronto Running 4 0 Mid-Ohio 89 0 Running 9 0 Sonoma Running 8 0 Baltimore Houston- Houston- California Total,798 0 Avg. Start 6.0 Avg. Finish 6.3 IZOD IndyCar Series Career Summary Top 0 Races Running at Finish Season Races Wins Poles Top Total Note: Underlined number denotes grid penalty Tristan Vautier Schmidt Peterson Motorsports Baltimore Notes: - Will be making his first IZOD IndyCar Series start at track - Won Firestone Indy Lights race at track in 0 03 Notes: - 0 Firestone Indy Lights champion moves to IndyCar series in 03 with Schmidt Peterson Motorsports. - Qualified sixth in first career start. - Qualified career best of third at Barber; scores first career top-0 finish as well. - first career lap at Belle Isle.

87 E.J. Viso Team Venezuela-Andretti Autosport-HVM Points Position Track QP SP FP Reason Out Points St. Petersburg Running 6 7 Best Finish: Barber Running 8 0 3rd (Iowa, 00) Long Beach Running 8 6 Sao Paulo Running 8 Indianapolis Running 4 Best Start: Belle Isle Running 3 st (Belle Isle, 03) Belle Isle Running 3 3 Started on pole Texas Running 0 3 after Franchitti's grid penalty. Milwaukee Running 33 Iowa Running 0 Pocono Toronto Running 6 4 Toronto Running 30 3 Mid-Ohio Running 3 Sonoma Running 6 Baltimore Houston- Houston- California Total, Avg. Start 0.6 Avg. Finish.9 IZOD IndyCar Series Career Summary Top 0 Races Running at Finish Season Races Wins Poles Top Total Note: Underlined number denotes grid penalty Baltimore Notes: - Started eighth and finished 5th in 0. - Finished ninth in 0 after starting nd. 03 Notes: - First season driving for Andretti Autosport/HVM Racing. - Career best start (nd) at Sao Paulo. - Started on pole in Belle Isle after Franchitti's 0 position grid penalty. - Sixth consecutive top-five start at Milwaukee. - Best finish of the season at Milwaukee (4th). - Best road course finish of the season at second Toronto race (5th).

88 Points Position Track QP SP FP Reason Out Points St. Petersburg Running 9 Best Finish: Barber Running 4 9 st-7 times (most recent: Long Beach Running 35 5 Texas, 0) Sao Paulo Running 0 7 Indianapolis Running 34 6 Best Start: Belle Isle Running 36 5 st-8 times (most recent: Belle Isle Contact 8 7 Toronto, 00) Texas Running 5 8 Milwaukee Running 3 8 Iowa Running 0 9 Pocono Running 6 8 Toronto Running 9 9 Toronto Running 4 9 Mid-Ohio Running 4 9 Sonoma Running 4 7 Baltimore Houston- Houston- California Total, Avg. Start.8 Avg. Finish 9.4 IZOD IndyCar Series Career Summary Top 0 Races Running at Finish Season Races Wins Poles Top Total Note: Underlined number denotes grid penalty Justin Wilson Dale Coyne Racing Baltimore Notes: - Did not compete at track in 0 due to injury at Mid-Ohio. - Finished 7th after starting seventh in Notes: - Returns to Dale Coyne Racing for 03 - Consecutive top-0 finishes in first three races of season - First podium finish since Texas, 0 at Long Beach - Second top-five finish of the season at Indianapolis - Second podium finish of the season in Belle Isle - Ninth top-0 finish of the season at Mid-Ohio. - Best finish (nd) of the season at Sonoma.

89 STEFAN WILSON Birthday: Sept. 0, 989 Hometown: Sheffield, England Residence: Indianapolis Marital Status: Single Website: Starts: 0 Best Finish: Best Start: Best Points Finish: First Start: ROAD TO THE IZOD INDYCAR SERIES 0: Made one Firestone Indy Lights start for Fan Force United, finishing sixth at Auto Club Speedway. 0: Finished third in Firestone Indy Lights for Andretti Autosport, scoring wins at Toronto and Kentucky Won first career pole at Kentucky Had five podiums among his nine top-five and top-0 finishes. 00: Finished th in Firestone Indy Lights for Bryan Herta Autosport despite sitting out two races Had best finish of third at St. Petersburg and recorded three top-five and eight top-0 starts. 009: Made six Firestone Indy Lights starts for Walker Racing with best finish of fourth at Toronto. 008: Finished fourth in the British Formula 3 National Class recording three poles, four wins and one fastest lap Elected as BRDC Superstar. 007: Finished second in the Formula Palmer Audi Championship, recording four wins, nine podiums, four poles, six fastest laps and two outright lap records Elected as BRDC Rising Star Youngest-ever McLaren Autosport BRDC Young Driver Award winner at age 7 Became youngest-ever member of British Racing Drivers Club. 006: Finished ninth in Formula Palmer Audi Autumn Trophy Competed in International Formula A go-karting events throughout Europe. 005: Competed in Junior Rotax Max Karting events, finishing second in the British Open Championship, Stars of Tomorrow Championship and Renault Karting Champion of Champions Finished fifth in British Super Championship with one pole, one fastest lap and one win. 004: Competed in Junior Rotax Max Karting events, finishing third in the BRDC Stars of Tomorrow championship and TVKC Kartmasters GP. Early Career: Started racing cadet karts at age 9 years and began moving up the British Super series karting ladder.

90 A.J. Foyt Enterprises Driver Starts Best Start Poles Best Finish Wins Top 3 Top 5 Top 0 RAF Races Daly Sato Best Finish: st - Most Recent: Long Beach, 03 (Takuma Sato) Best Start: st - Most Recent: Atlanta, 999 (Billy Boat) Baltimore Notes: - Finished ninth in first race at track after starting th with Vitor Meira driving. - Mike Conway qualified second, but started th due to grid penalty in 0 finishing 6 th. 03 Notes: - Takuma Sato joins the team for the 03 season. - Sato give team a front-row start at St. Petersburg. - Sato give team its first win since 00 leading most laps at Long Beach. - Second place at Sao Paulo by Sato gave team the series points lead. - Team (Sato) led most laps at Milwaukee (09).

91 Andretti Autosport Driver Starts Best Start Poles Best Finish Wins Top 3 Top 5 Top 0 RAF Races Andretti Hinchcliffe Hunter-Reay Munoz 0 0 Viso Best Finish: st - Most Recent: Iowa, 03 (James Hinchcliffe) Best Start: st - Most Recent: Mid-Ohio, 03 (Ryan Hunter-Reay) Baltimore Notes: - Team won 0 race with Ryan Hunter-Reay driving - Team had two cars finish in the top-0 in 0 (Patrick -6 th ; Hunter-Reay-8 th ). - Team has led 6 laps in two races at track. - Team s best start was fifth in 0 with Hinchcliffe. 03 Notes: - E.J. Viso joins 03 driver line-up alongside Marco Andretti, James Hinchcliffe and Ryan Hunter-Reay. - Hinchcliffe wins at St. Petersburg while three of four team cars finish in top seven. - Hunter-Reay wins team's second consecutive race after starting on pole at Barber. - Team has one car finish in the top-0 at Long Beach. - All team cars finish in top- with at Sao Paulo including a win by Hinchcliffe and third by Andretti. - All team cars led laps at Indianapolis with three cars finishing in top five. - Best finish at Belle Isle was second by Hunter-Reay in first race. - All four team cars finish in top-0 at Texas with two finishing in at top five. - Pole and win by team at Milwaukee with two other cars in top five. - Team has - finish at Iowa with all four cars in top-0. - Team started three cars in front row at Pocono, led 88 laps (Andretti) but only one car finished. - Only three top-0 finishes in the two races at Toronto. - Pole at Mid-Ohio with three team cars in the top-ten at the finish. - Three team cars in top-8 at Sonoma with Andretti finishing fourth.

92 Driver Starts Best Start Poles Best Finish Wins Top 3 Top 5 Top 0 RAF Races Filippi Hildebrand Tagliani Best Finish: st - Indianapolis, 0 (Dan Wheldon) Best Start: st - Texas, 0 (Alex Tagliani) Barracuda Racing Baltimore Notes: - Alex Tagliani finished eighth (8th) in team s first start in 0 after starting 3 th. 03 Notes: - Team will run second full season with Alex Tagliani driving. - Team finished 0th at St. Petersburg. - Team best start of season at Belle Isle (5th). - Team second top-0 of season at Toronto. - Luca Filippi joins team at Mid-Ohio replacing Tagliani. - JR Hildebrand joins team at Sonoma.

93 Dale Coyne Racing Driver Starts Best Start Poles Best Finish Wins Top 3 Top 5 Top 0 RAF Races Beatriz Conway Davison Mann Wilson Best Finish: st - Most Recent: Belle Isle 03 (Mike Conway) Best Start: st - Most Recent: Belle Isle, 03 (Mike Conway) Baltimore Notes: - Team s best finish in at track is 7 th in 0 with Justin Wilson driving. - Sebastien Bourdais started fifth for team in Notes: - Top-0 finish for team at St. Petersburg by Justin Wilson. - Wilson gives team second top-0 finish at Barber. - Wilson gives team first podium (3rd) finish of the season at Long Beach. - Wilson finish fifth at Indianapolis. - Team finished -3 in first Belle Isle race and third in second race. 8 laps in the two races. - Top 0 finish at Pocono (Wilson). - Both team cars with top- finishes in Toronto and top-8 finishes in Toronto. - Top-ten finish (Wilson) at Mid-Ohio for team. - Second place for team at Sonoma with Wilson driving.

94 Dragon Racing Driver Starts Best Start Poles Best Finish Wins Top 3 Top 5 Top 0 RAF Races Bourdais Saavedra Best Finish: nd - Most Recent: Toronto, 03(Sebastien Bourdais) Best Start: nd - Most Recent: Toronto, 03 (Sebastien Bourdais) Baltimore Notes: - Sebastien Bourdais finished 3 rd in team's first start at track in 0 after starting third. 03 Notes: - Sebastien Bourdais is joined by Sebastian Saavedra on team in Bourdais leads team's first laps of the season at Sao Paulo. - Saavedra scores team's first top-0 finish of the season at Belle Isle. - Bourdais gives team its best finish in the first Toronto race and finishes on the podium in both Toronto races. - Bourdais finishes in top-0 at Sonoma.

95 Driver Starts Best Start Poles Best Finish Wins Top 3 Top 5 Top 0 RAF Races Carpenter Best Finish: st - Auto Club, 0 (Ed Carpenter) Best Start: st - Indianapolis, 03 (Ed Carpenter) Baltimore Notes: - Carpenter started eighth in team s first start at track but finished 5 th due to contact. 03 Notes: - Second season for team owned by driver Ed Carpenter. - Season best road course start at Sao Paulo of 4th. - Team won first pole at Indianapolis. - First top-five finish (4th) of season at Texas. - Second top-five finish in three races at Iowa. - Top-0 finish at Pocono. - First DNF of the season at Toronto. Ed Carpenter Racing

96 KV Racing Technology Driver Starts Best Start Poles Best Finish Wins Top 3 Top 5 Top 0 RAF Races De Silvestro Kanaan Best Finish: st - Most Recent: Indianapolis, 03 (Tony Kanaan) Best Start: st - Most Recent: Las Vegas, 0 (Tony Kanaan) Baltimore Notes: - Tony Kanaan finished third for team in 0 after starting 7th. - Team s best start was sixth by Kanaan in Notes: - Simona de Silvestro joins team in 03 alongside Tony Kanaan. - Team cars finish fourth (Kanaan) and sixth (de Silvestro) at St. Petersburg. - Kanaan leads first laps of season for team at Sao Paulo. - Kanaan wins first Indianapolis 500 for team. - Kanaan finishes on the podium at Texas for team. - Kanaan has second podium finish in three races at Iowa for team. - Both cars finish in top-0 (5th and 0th) in Toronto. - Kanaan led laps at Sonoma with de Silvestro finishing ninth.

97 Novo Nordisk Chip Ganassi Racing Driver Starts Best Start Poles Best Finish Wins Top 3 Top 5 Top 0 RAF Races Kimball Best Finish:st - Mid-Ohio, 0 (Charlie Kimball) Best Start: 5th - Barber, 03 (Charlie Kimball); Mid-Ohio, 03 (Charlie Kimball) Baltimore Notes: - Charlie Kimball finished st after starting 6 th in 0. - Kimball finished 8 th after starting 7 th in 0 03 Notes: - Third season for team with Charlie Kimball returning as driver. - Kimball drove to team's best start at Barber (5th). - Kimball drove to team's fourth top-0 finish in Belle Isle. - Kimball ties team record with a second place finish at Pocono. - Kimball finishes in top-0 in Toronto. - Team wins first race at Mid-Ohio.

98 Panther Racing Driver Starts Best Start Poles Best Finish Wins Top 3 Top 5 Top 0 RAF Races Bell Briscoe Hildebrand Munoz Servia Best Finish: st - Most Recent: Texas, 005 (Tomas Scheckter) Best Start: st - Most Recent: Nashville, 005 (Tomas Scheckter) Baltimore Notes: - Team started 7 th and finished 9 th in 0 race with JR Hildebrand. - Hildebrand started 3 rd and finished th in Notes: - JR Hildebrand returns as driver for team in Team has first top-five finish (5th) of season at Long Beach. - Team car led first laps of the season at Sao Paulo. - Briscoe drove for team at Belle Isle after the team released Hildebrand. - Servia drove for team at Texas and Iowa and Mid-Ohio. - Briscoe drove for team at Milwaukee and Pocono and Toronto. - Servia gets team's second top-0 finish of season at Iowa. - Munoz replaces Briscoe in Toronto after Briscoe is injured in Toronto. - Briscoe returns at Sonoma charging to the top-0 during the race after starting st, finally finishing 7th.

99 Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing Driver Starts Best Start Poles Best Finish Wins Top 3 Top 5 Top 0 RAF Races Conway Jakes Rahal Best Finish: st - Most Recent: Watkins Glen 008 (Ryan Hunter-Reay) Best Start: st - Most Recent: Texas, 007 (Scott Sharp) Baltimore Notes: - Sato started 4 th and finished st in team s first start at track in Notes: - Graham Rahal joins father's team along with James Jakes for Rahal gives team a second-place finish at Long Beach while Conway has a top-five start. - Jakes gives team a second place finish in Belle Isle after starting second. - Team's third top-5 finish (Rahal) of the season at Iowa. - Jakes starts in top-ten at Mid-Ohio.

100 Sarah Fisher Hartman Racing Driver Starts Best Start Poles Best Finish Wins Top 3 Top 5 Top 0 RAF Races Newgarden Best Finish: st - Kentucky, 0 (Ed Carpenter) Best Start: 4th - Kentucky, 0 (Ed Carpenter) Baltimore Notes: - Ed Carpenter drove in 0 for team finishing 0 th after starting 5 th. - Bruno Junqueira finished 9 th after starting 0 th for team in Notes: - Josef Newgarden returns to team for 03 season. - First top-0 finish of the season at Barber. - First top-five finish of the season at Sao Paulo. - Fourth top-ten finish of the season at Texas. - Team's second top five finish of the season at Pocono. - Team bounces back from mechanical problems at start of Toronto to finish th in Toronto.

101 Schmidt Hamilton Motorsports Driver Starts Best Start Poles Best Finish Wins Top 3 Top 5 Top 0 RAF Races Pagenaud Best Finish: st - Belle Isle, 03 (Simon Pagenaud) Best Start: Most Recent: st -Texas Race, 0 (Alex Tagliani) Baltimore Notes: - Alex Tagliani drove for team in 0 finishing seventh (7th) after starting 9 th. - Simon Pagenaud started ninth and finished third in 0 for team. 03 Notes: - Simon Pagenaud returns to team for Consecutive top-0 finishes at Barber, Long Beach and Sao Paulo. - Fourth consecutive top-0 finish at Indianapolis. - Pagenaud wins team's first race in Belle Isle leading final laps. - Team's seventh top-0 finish of season at Pocono. - Team's eighth top-0 finish of season at Toronto. - Team finishes second at Mid-Ohio after leading 4 laps. - Team finishes fifth at Sonoma.

102 Schmidt Peterson Motorsports Driver Starts Best Start Poles Best Finish Wins Top 3 Top 5 Top 0 RAF Races Legge Vautier Best Finish: 0th - Barber, 03 (Tristan Vautier) Best Start: 3rd -Barber, 03 (Tristan Vautier) Baltimore Notes: - Team will be competing for the first time at the track 03 Notes: - 03 Firestone Indy Lights champion joins team for Vautier qualified sixth at St. Petersburg for team. - Team's best performance of season at Barber (start 3rd, finish 0th). - Vautier led team's first laps in Belle Isle.

103 Target Chip Ganassi Racing Driver Starts Best Start Poles Best Finish Wins Top 3 Top 5 Top 0 RAF Races Dixon Franchitti Best Finish: st - Most Recent: Toronto, 03 (Scott Dixon) Best Start: st - Most Recent: Sonoma, 03 (Dario Franchitti) Baltimore Notes: - Team cars finished fourth (Franchitti) and fifth(dixon) in 0 at track - Dixon finished fourth in 0 for team after starting second - Franchitti led two laps in the race in 0 03 Notes: - Team lineup remain the same for 03 with the drivers who have won the last five of last six championship - Dixon scored top-five finish for team after starting 0th at St. Petersburg - Dixon scores team's first podium finish of the season at Barber - Franchitti scores team's third consecutive top-five at Long Beach after winning pole - Dixon scores top-five finishes in both Belle Isle races; Franchitti earns pole for first race - Both team cars finish in top eight at Milwaukee - Both results of season for team at Pocono - st (Dixon), 3rd (Franchitti) - Team wins both poles and both races in Toronto - Both team cars finish in the top-seven at Mid-Ohio - Franchitti wins pole at Sonoma as team leads 44 of the 85 laps run

104 Driver Starts Best Start Poles Best Finish Wins Top 3 Top 5 Top 0 RAF Races Allmendinger Castroneves Power Best Finish: st - Most Recent: Sonoma, 03 (Will Power) Best Start: st - Most Recent: Iowa, 03 (Will Power) Power started on pole after Castroneves won pole but was penalized 0 starting positions Baltimore Notes: - Team won the race in 0 with Will Power driving. - Won pole at track in 0 and 0 with Power - Team led 7 of the 75 laps in 0. Team Penske 03 Notes: -Team returns with Castroneves and Power driving for third consecutive season. -Team won pole, led 68 laps and finished second at St. Petersburg. -Two team cars (Castroneves and Power) finish in top five at Barber. -Two team cars (Castroneves and Allmendinger) finish in top-0 at Indianapolis. -Team wins first race of season at Texas (Castroneves) after winning pole (Power). -Both team cars in top three for first time this season at Milwaukee. -Castroneves won pole at Iowa. -One top-five and one top-0 finish in the two races at Toronto. -Both team cars finish in top-six at Mid-Ohio. -Team wins second race of the season at Sonoma.

105 IZOD IndyCar Series Pit Crew Assignments Updated Aug. 5, 03 No. /Driver Race Strategist Engineer Chief Mechanic Outside Front Inside Front Outside Rear Inside Rear Airjack Fueler Spotter (Pit To Car) Ryan Michael Andretti Ray Gosselin Josh Freund Josh Freund Doug Bradley Nino Venzia Tony Houk David Nisbit Ricky Campbell Adam Borgens Hunter-Reay Nazareth, Pa. Holyoke, Mass Indianapolis Indianapolis Esterville, Iowa Philadelphia Mooresville, Ind. Ames, Iowa AJ Ron Ruzewski Billy Vincent Billy Vincent Will Schneider Clay Turner, Trevor LaCasse Keith Lani Allmendinger Elma, NY Kenosha, Wisc. Kenosha, Wisc. Kingwood, Texas Gilford, NH 3 Helio Castroneves Roger Penske Shaker Heights, Jonathan Diuguid Sean Hanrahan Costa Mesa, Calif. Sean Hanrahan Costa Mesa, Calif Doug Snyder Reading, Pa. Shaun Rinaman Sarasota, Fla. Mike Brown Reading, Pa. Gary Yingst Pottstown, Pa. Gary Prall Toledo, Ohio Rick Mears, Bakersfield, 4 Oriol Servia Ohio John Barnes West Newton, Ind. 5 E.J. Viso Paul Ziggy Harcus 6 Sebastian Saavedra 7 Sebastien Bourdais 9 Scott Dixon 0 Dario Franchitti Tony Kanaan Will Power 4 Takuma Sato 5 Graham Rahal 6 James Jakes 8 Stefan Wilson 9 Justin Wilson 0 Ed Carpenter Bahrat Naran Pukekohe, New Zealand Raleigh, N.C. Tino Belli Michael Cannon Dan Miller Ida, Mich. Rolando Coronado Bogata, Colombia Mike Le Gallic Montreal Rolando Coronado Bogata, Colombia Jason Beck Joe Hedges Hagerstown, Ind. Ed Nathman Chris Schofield Ryder Drumm Pasadena, Calif Jay Penske Tom Brown Joel Svennson Vislanda, Sweden Mike Hull Los Angeles Barry Wanser Jimmy Vasser/Eric Cowdin Tim Cindric Indianapolis A.J. Foyt Houston/ Larry Foyt (Pit to Car) Eric Bretzman Satellite Beach, Fla. Chris Simmons East Granby, Conn. Eric Cowdin Halsey, Neb. David Faustino Spotswood, N.J. Don Halliday Ricky Davis Phoenix Kevin O Donnell Cincinnati Jeff Simon New Freedom, Pa. Matt Jonsson Jonkoping, Sweden Tom Howatt Toronto Bobby Rahal Neil Fife Donnie Stewart Carol Stream, Ill. Ricardo Nault Eddie Jones Derek Davidson Lafayette, Ind. Joel Svennson Vislanda, Sweden Blair Julian New Plymouth, New Zealand Kevin O Donnell Cincinnati Jeff Simon New Freedom, Pa. Rick Rinaman Thomas Semik II Detroit Donnie Stewart Carol Stream, Ill. Derek Davidson Lafayette, Ind. Ki Calaway Anna Chatten Peoria, Ill. Dave Molder San Francisco Tom Henigan. Brad Banker George Sladky Michael Howells Chris Seaman Hamburg, Pa. Adam Rovazzini Wayne Westplate Kenosha, Wisc Kris Badger Carlos Plaza Torrance, Calif. Andrew Copeland Houston Adam Kolesar Pittsburgh, Pa. Vince Bass Sebring, Fla. Eric Prentice Greg Shuker Mohnton, Pa. Troy Scheller Red Wing, Minn. Kyle Sagan Chicago Travis Law Maquoketa, Iowa Ryan Hauptstueck, Richmond, Ind. Donnie Skinner Brighton, Mich. Heath Kosik Tucson, Ariz. Buddy Johnson Chris Schofield Randy Smay Phoenix, AZ Daniel Martin Hawkesbury, Ontario Tyler Rees Andy Schneider Todd DeNeve Mishawanka, Jamie Coates Devonport, Australia Tim White Rural Village, Pa. Jeremy Baker Clear Lake, Iowa Josh Rhoads Jeff Frederick Greenwood, Ind. Andrew Molden Melbourne, Australia Calif. Pancho Carter Adam Borgens Bob Brayton Pete Bloathner Jeremy Johnson Chris Wheeler Robbie Fast Dallas, Ore. Ind. Dave Pena Robbie Page Scott Harner Indianapolis Brett Knostman Brad Ward Damon Lopez Tom Howatt Toronto Mike LaFontain Phoenix John Wolters Lowell, Ind. DJ Chupita Menchalville, Wisc. Pat Jordan Vancouver, Wash. Trey Hawkins Beaumont, Texas Mark Bruce Avon, Ind. Jon Bouslog Anaheim, Calif. Larry Arnold Princeton, Ind. Mike Zimicki (T) George Giles (T3) Steve Turner (T) Matt Long (T3) Dale Coyne Plainfield, Ill. John Dick Chandler, Ariz Erick Estrada Erick Estrada Eric Wainscott Antonio Diaz Rick Whitesides Mike Cole Chris Nash Trevor Mitchner Jim Cooke Dale Coyne Bill Pappas Todd Phillips Todd Phillips Cesar Gaxiola Dan Jang Arturo Morimoto Mark Mason Dean Brumm Jeff Troyer Plainfield, Ill. Indianapolis Franklin, Wis Franklin, Wis Whitehall, Mich. Chris Wheeler Tim Broyles Matt Barnes Bret Schmitt, Bret Schmitt, Chris Hogue Nick Cooper Paul Hicks Albert Gray, Matt Geise, Lee Bentham Jasper Ind. Jasper Ind. Greenfield, Ind. Chicago Lake Zurich, Ill. Statin Island, NY Warner Robins, Ga.

106 IZOD IndyCar Series Pit Crew Assignments Updated Aug. 5, 03 5 Marco Andretti 7 James Hinchcliffe 55 Tristan Vautier 67 Josef Newgarden 77 Simon Pagenaud 78 Simona De Silvestro 83 Charlie Kimball 98 Luca Filippi Race Strategist (Pit To Car) Kyle Moyer Monrovia, Ind. George Klotz Indianapolis Dave Higuera Mike O Gara Beech Grove, Ind. Rob Edwards Bishops Storford, England Jimmy Vasser/ Gerald Tyler Greenville, N.C Tom Wurtz Bryan Herta/ Steve Newey Engineer Chief Mechanic Outside Front Inside Front Outside Rear Inside Rear Airjack Fueler Spotter Blair Perschbacher Denver Craig Hampson Bridgewater, N.J. Allen McDonald London Nathan O Rourke Yorktown, Ind. Ben Bretzman Gerald Tyler Greenville, N.C. Brad Goldberg Indianapolis Todd Malloy Toronto, Canada Jeff Grahn Indianapolis Dave Sharpley Reading, Pa. Ryan Negron Anton Julian New Plymouth, New Zealand Don Oldenburg Villa Park, Ill. Jason Weatherford Pittsboro, Ind. Dave Sharpley Reading, Pa. Pascal Houtin Laval, France Anton Julian New Plymouth, New Zealand Brendon Cleave Reglan, Ian Swanger Schafferstown, Pa. Neil Campbell Scarbourough, Ontario Michael Langston Pearl, Miss. Danny Klotz Dan Rushing Crawfordsville, Ind. New Zealand Kelly Potter Kelly Potter Geoff Buxton Adelaide, Australia Mark Sampson New Lebanon, Ohio Mark Shambarger Rochester, Ind. Josh Junge Keystone, Iowa Mark Shambarger Rochester, Ind. Steve Namisnak Jerry Bouschard Brian Fellows Vincennes, Ind. Tom Vigne Prescott, Ariz. Scott Marks Dayton, Ohio Len Gauci Jeff Grahn Indianapolis Craig McCain Arvada, Calif. Taylor Kiel Chris Fortney Krag Oglesby Everett, Wash. Andy O Gara Beech Grove, Ind. Kevin Groon Mike Miller Jeff Stafford Casey O Gara Jon Laski Brad Larsen Corsegold, Calif. Matt Dove Max Neyron Keith Beck Papatoetoe, New Zealand Ernie Barrameda Manila, Philippines Brad Wright Plainfield, Ind Damon Sturrock Vancouver, B.C. Ryan Sandlin Fort Wayne, Ind. Reid Esquivel Sean Power Alex Michie Ontario, Canada Pat Nelson Kentland, Ind Rob Channell Altoona, Iowa Frank Camacho San Fernando Valley, Calif. Brett Snyder Muscatine, Iowa Jay Brent Keith Davis Huntington, Pa. Frank Bolter Cole Carter Brownsburg, Ind. Glenn Packy Wheeler (T) Brian Robson (T3) Travis Gregg Camden, Ohio Mike Ford (T) Bob Perona (T3) Lee Orebaugh

107 IZOD IndyCar Series Margin of Victory Streets of Baltimore Date MOV Winner nd Place 9//0.439 sec. Ryan Hunter-Reay Ryan Briscoe 9/4/ sec. Will Power Oriol Servia 0 Closest Margins of Victory at Street/Road Courses MOV Track Date Winner nd Place //997 Portland Mark Blundell Gil de Ferran /3/003 Denver Bruno Junqueira Sebastien Bourdais /5/986 Portland Mario Andretti Michael Andretti /9/998 Mid-Ohio Adrian Fernandez Scott Pruett /3/009 Sonoma Dario Franchitti Ryan Briscoe //00 Denver Bruno Junqueira Scott Dixon /6/99 Detroit Emerson Fittipaldi Bobby Rahal //00 Cleveland Dario Franchitti Memo Gidley /5/000 Australia Adrian Fernandez Kenny Brack /4/986 Elkhart Lake Emerson Fittipaldi Michael Andretti /3/998 Laguna Seca Bryan Herta Alex Zanardi //995 Belle Isle Robby Gordon Jimmy Vasser /5/03 Sao Paulo James Hinchcliffe Takuma Sato /3/986 Long Beach Michael Andretti Al Unser Jr /3/000 Vancouver Paul Tracy Dario Franchitti /6/995 Toronto Michael Andretti Bobby Rahal /6/0 Sonoma Ryan Briscoe Will Power /3/980 Watkins Glen Bobby Unser Rick Mears /5/009 St. Petersburg Ryan Briscoe Ryan Hunter-Reay /4/00 Long Beach Michael Andretti Jimmy Vasser

108 OFFICIAL BOX SCORE IZOD IndyCar Series Baltimore Grand Prix September 4, 0 p FP SP Car Driver Car Name Comp Running/Reason Out Pts Total Pts Standings Will Power Verizon Team Penske 75 Running Oriol Servia Telemundo Newman/Haas Racing 75 Running Tony Kanaan GEICO - KV Racing Technology - Lotus 75 Running Dario Franchitti Kellogg's 75 Running Scott Dixon Target Chip Ganassi Racing 75 Running Danica Patrick Team GoDaddy 75 Running Alex Tagliani Bowers & Wilkins/Sam Schmidt Motorsports 75 Running Ryan Hunter-Reay Team DHL/Circle K/Sun Drop Citrus Soda 75 Running Vitor Meira ABC Supply Co./A.J. Foyt Racing 75 Running Graham Rahal Service Central 75 Running Martin Plowman (R) Snowball Express/AFS/Sam Schmidt Motorsports 75 Running Simona de Silvestro Nuclear Clean Air Energy HVM Racing 75 Running Sebastian Saavedra (R) Bogata Es Mundial/Conquest Racing 75 Running Ryan Briscoe Guidepoint Systems Team Penske 75 Running EJ Viso PDVSA - KV Racing Technology - Lotus 75 Running Ana Beatriz (R) Team Ipiranga/Dreyer & Reinbold 75 Running Helio Castroneves Shell V-Power Pennzoil Ultra Team Penske 74 Running Takuma Sato KV Racing Technology - Lotus 73 Running JR Hildebrand (R) Natural Guard Panther Racing 73 Contact Ed Carpenter Dollar General/Sarah Fisher Racing 73 Running Charlie Kimball (R) Levemir and NovoLog FlexPen 73 Running Tomas Scheckter Team REDLINE Xtreme 7 Running Mike Conway Team Buffalo Wild Wings 64 Mechanical James Hinchcliffe (R) Sprott Newman/Haas Racing 54 Handling Marco Andretti Team All-Natural Snapple 40 Mechanical Giorgio Pantano (R) RollCoater/Dreyer & Reinbold Racing 39 Contact James Jakes (R) Acorn Stairlifts 37 Contact Sebastien Bourdais Boy Scouts of America 9 Electrical Time of Race: 0:0: Avg Speed: Margin of Victory: Lead Changes: 7 among 5 drivers Caution : for 6 laps Fastest Lap: mph ( sec) on lap 9 by - Will Power Fastest Leader Lap: mph ( sec) on lap 9 by - Will Power Peak Performance Award: # Will Power (0:0.447) Bonus Awards: Will Power ($35,000), Oriol Servia ($5,000), Tony Kanaan ($0,000), Dario Franchitti ($5,000), Scott Dixon ($0,000) Legend: R = Rookie All Cars use Dallara Chassis, Firestone Tires, and Honda Engines Lap Leaders: Lap Leader Summary: Caution Flags: Car Driver Car Driver Times No Duration Total Reason for Caution -0 Power, Will Power, Will to 36 5 Off Course: Car 07 in Turn 3 0 Franchitti, Dario 0 Franchitti, Dario 38 to 48 Contact: Multi Cars in Turn 9 6 Briscoe, Ryan 8 Hunter-Reay, Ryan 3 8 Hunter-Reay, Ryan 78 de Silvestro, Simona 4-58 Power, Will 6 Briscoe, Ryan 59 0 Franchitti, Dario de Silvestro, Simona 6-75 Power, Will Information provided by Indy Racing Information System - Copyright Indy Racing League, LLC 0

109 OFFICIAL BOX SCORE IZOD IndyCar Series Grand Prix of Baltimore September, 0 p FP SP Car Driver Car Name Comp Running/Reason Out Pts Total Pts Standings 0 8 Ryan Hunter-Reay Team DHL/Sun Drop Citrus Soda Chevrolet 75 Running Ryan Briscoe PPG Automotive Refinishes Team Penske Chevolet 75 Running Simon Pagenaud (R) Schmidt Hamilton HP Motorsports Honda 75 Running Scott Dixon Target Chip Ganassi Racing Honda 75 Running Rubens Barrichello BMC/Embrase KV Racing Technology Chevrolet 75 Running Will Power Verizon Team Penske Chevrolet 75 Running Oriol Servia Panther/Dreyer & Reinbold Racing Chevrolet 75 Running Alex Tagliani Barracuda Racing Honda 75 Running EJ Viso CITGO/PDVSA KV Racing Technology Chevrolet 75 Running Helio Castroneves Penske Truck Rental Chevrolet 75 Running Graham Rahal Service Central Honda 75 Running JR Hildebrand National Guard Panther Racing Chevrolet 75 Running Dario Franchitti Lexar Media Honda 74 Running Marco Andretti Team Dr Pepper TEN Chevrolet 74 Running James Hinchcliffe Team GoDaddy.com Chevrolet 73 Running Mike Conway ABC Supply Co./A.J. Foyt Racing Honda 73 Running Justin Wilson Sonny's BBQ Honda 7 Running Charlie Kimball NovoLog FlexPen Honda 65 Mechanical Bruno Junqueira Sarah Fisher Hartman Racing Honda 64 Mechanical Tony Kanaan GEICO/Mouser Electronics KVRT Chevrolet 5 Contact Takuma Sato Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing Honda 50 Mechanical Simona de Silvestro Nuclear Clean Air Energy Lotus HVM Racing Lotus 38 Contact Sebastien Bourdais TrueCar Dragon Racing Chevrolet 3 Mechanical James Jakes Boy Scouts of America Honda 3 Contact Ed Carpenter Fuzzy's Vodka/Ed Carpenter Racing Chevrolet 7 Contact 0 09 Time of Race: 0:09:0.95 Avg Speed: 7.36 Margin of Victory:.439 seconds Lead Changes: among 7 drivers Cautions: 9 for 4 laps Fastest Lap: mph ( sec) on lap 64 by - Will Power Fastest Leader Lap: 9.83 mph ( sec) on lap 49 by 77 - Simon Pagenaud IZOD IndyCar Series Pole Award: # Will Power ( , mph) Bonus Awards: Ryan Hunter-Reay ($35,000), Ryan Briscoe ($5,000), Simon Pagenaud ($0,000), Scott Dixon ($5,000), Rubens Barrichello ($0,000) Legend: R = Rookie All Cars use 0 IZOD IndyCar Series chassis and Firestone Tires Lap Leaders: Lap Leader Summary: Caution Flags: Car # Driver Car Driver Times Times No Duration Total Reason for Caution Power, Will Hunter-Reay, Ryan Hinchcliffe, James Hunter-Reay, Ryan Hinchcliffe, James Sato, Takuma Hunter-Reay, Ryan Power, Will Pagenaud, Simon Hunter-Reay, Ryan Sato, Takuma Briscoe, Ryan Hinchcliffe, James Tagliani, Alex to 4 to 6 9 to 0 to 3 33 to to to Contact: Car 0 on Frontstretch Contact: Cars 3, 4, 4, & 67 in Turn 6 Contact: Car 6 in Turn Contact: Cars 0 & 78 in Turn Contact: Car 9 in Turn Contact: Car 7 in Turn Contact: Car 78 on Frontstretch Pagenaud, Simon 8 66 to 68 3 Stall: Car 83 in Turn Hunter-Reay, Ryan 9 70 to 7 3 Contact: 4, 8, 6, 7, & 38 in Turn Power, Will Tagliani, Alex Briscoe, Ryan Hunter-Reay, Ryan Penalties: Car Reason Lap Penalty 4 Avoidable Contact 7 Drive-Through 78 Avoidable Contact 4 Drive-Through 38 Passing Under Yellow 47 Drive-Through Information provided by Indy Racing Information System - Copyright Indy Racing League, LLC 0

110 Driver Starts IZOD IndyCar Series Current Drivers - Performance Summary Streets of Baltimore Best Start Poles Top 5 Start Top 0 Start Best Finish Wins Top 3 Finish Top 5 Finish Top 0 Finish Marco Andretti Ana Beatriz Sebastien Bourdais Ryan Briscoe Ed Carpenter Helio Castroneves Mike Conway Simona De Silvestro Scott Dixon Dario Franchitti JR Hildebrand James Hinchcliffe Ryan Hunter-Reay James Jakes Tony Kanaan Charlie Kimball Simon Pagenaud Will Power 50 9 Graham Rahal Sebastian Saavedra Takuma Sato Oriol Servia EJ Viso Justin Wilson Races Running at Finish

111 IZOD IndyCar Series Driver Performance - Current Drivers Streets of Baltimore 0 0 Driver SP FP SP FP Marco Andretti Ana Beatriz 0 6 Sebastien Bourdais Ryan Briscoe 3 4 Ed Carpenter Helio Castroneves Mike Conway Simona De Silvestro 0 5 Scott Dixon Dario Franchitti JR Hildebrand James Hinchcliffe Ryan Hunter-Reay James Jakes Tony Kanaan Charlie Kimball Simon Pagenaud 9 3 Will Power 6 Graham Rahal 0 Sebastian Saavedra 4 3 Takuma Sato Oriol Servia EJ Viso Justin Wilson 7 7

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