Verizon IndyCar Series points leader Scott Dixon in the No.9 PNC Bank Honda extended his advantage at the top of the leader board following his win in Toronto on Sunday.
Thr Iceman claimed his third win of the season just ahead of Team Penske’s Simon Pagenaud in the No.22 DXC Technology Chevrolet.
In his first home race, Schmidt Peterson Motorsports Robert Wickens in the No.6 Lucas Oil Honda secured a podium finishing the race just ahead of his team mate and countryman James Hinchcliffe in the No.5 Arrow Electronics Honda.
It was a fantastic day for Charlie Kimball in the No.23 NovoNordisk Diabetes Canada Chevrolet as he scored Carlin Racing’s first top five finish in the Verizon IndyCar Series with a fantastic drive to fifth place giving the team something to build on for the rest of the season.
AJ Foyt Racing’s Tony Kanaan in the No.14 ABC Supply Chevrolet finished the event in sixth place juat ahead of Andretti Autosport’s Zach Veach in the No.26 Relay Group One Thousand One Honda.
Alexander Rossi in the No.27 NAPA Auto Parts Honda finished the race in eighth place just ahead of polesitter Josef Newgarden in the No.1 Hitachi Team Penske Chevrolet while Marco Andretti rounded out the top ten.
Ed Carpenter Racing’s Jordan King was 11th just ahead of Ed Jones in the No.10 NTT DATA Honda for Chip Ganassi Racing. Conor Daly had a great event for Harding Racing in 13th place just ahead of Dale Coyne Racing’s Zachary Claman DeMelo in the No.19 Paysafe Honda.
Ryan Hunter Reay in the No.28 DHL Honda ended the race one lap down in 16th place just behind Matheus Matt Leist.
Rene Binder in the No.32 Juncos Racing Chevrolet was classified 17th just ahead of Will Power and Sebastien Bourdais.
Spencer Pigot was 20th just ahead of Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing’s Graham Rahal and Takuma Sato while Max Chilton rounded out the order in 23rd.
Scott Dixon is now tied for second with AJ Foyt in the all time win list on 44 career victories.
The Iceman is now 62 points clear of Josef Newgarden heading to Mid Ohio.