The Children’s Grand Prix here at Barber Motorsports Park takes place today and one driver who was left disappointed with his qualifying was championship leader Scott Dixon in the No.9 PNC Bank Chip Ganassi Racing Honda.

The Iceman who won in Long Beach last weekend has a wonderful record here at the Augusta of Motorsports with nine podium finishes but has yet to score a victory.

It might be difficult to overtake here but you can be sure that with Chip Ganassi Racing Managing Director Mike Hull calling the strategy for Dixon he will be in the hunt by the end of the 90-lap race.

Most of the filed will be field will go for between a two and three stop strategy.

Dixon rolls off from 13th.


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