Honda Maintain Momentum With Long Beach Win
The Verizon IndyCar Series enjoyed another incredibly exciting race at the Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach on Sunday.
Following their victory on the opening weekend of the season at the Firestone Grand Prix of St Petersburg courtesy of Dale Coyne Racing and Sebastien Bourdais, Honda enjoyed another fantastic result at the Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach.
Schmidt Peterson Motorsports James Hinchcliffe in the No.5 Arrow Honda led a Honda 1-2 with Sebastien Bourdais ending the race in second place.
Honda ended the race with four cars in the top six, the result show s that Honda have really stepped up following a tough 2016 campaign.
Honda are now two for two with race wins this season and have scored four podiums from the six available.
It has also been a great start to Chip Ganassi Racing’s renewed partnership with Honda as Scott Dixon has had two front row starts and one podium finish with Dixon finishing the Firestone Grand Prix of St Petersburg in third place.
Dixon followed his podium up with a fourth place finish in Long Beach.
Chevrolet have two podium finishes so far this season with Simon Pagenaud finishing the Firestone Grand Prix of St Petersburg in second place while Josef Newgarden finished the Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach in third place in the No.2 Hum Team Penske Chevrolet.
Honda will be hoping they can continue their strong start to the 2017 Verizon IndyCar Series season next time iut at Barber Motorsports Park in two weeks.