The Verizon IndyCar Series heads to the Mid-Ohio sports car course this weekend for the Honda Indy 200. Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing’s home favourite Graham Rahal is the defending race winner from 2015 and he will be hoping that he can take back to back victories here on Sunday.
The Mid-Ohio circuit is a 13 turn, 2.258 mile road course in Lexington Ohio. The race takes place over 90 laps which is a total race distance of 203.22 miles.
The push to pass parameters are 10 activation’s for 20 seconds each. Firestone have brought eight sets of primary and 3 sets of alternate tyres per driver for the weekend. To follow the event on Twitter this weekend follow @Mid_Ohio, @IndyCar, using the hashtags #Honda200 #IndyCar.
Reigning series champion Scott Dixon holds the track record from his qualifying run here last year with a 01:04.5814s at a speed of 125.869mph.
Dixon also holds the record for most number of wins at Mid-Ohio with five coming in 2007, 2009, back to back in 2011, 2012 and most recently in 2014.