Championship leader Alex Palou in the No.10 American Legion Chip Ganassi Racing Honda took a big step to claiming his second NTT INDYCAR SERIES championship by claiming his fourth victory in five races and third in a row following his win at the Honda Indy 200 at the Mid-Ohio Sportscar course leading his teammate and six-time champion Scott Dixon in the No.9 PNC BANK Women in Motorsports Honda home for a Ganassi 1-2.
Will Power in the No.12 Verizon 5G Team Penske Chevrolet completed the podium while it was a great day for Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing’s Christian Lundgaard who finished the race in fourth place.
Scott McLaughlin came from eighth place in the No.3 Chevrolet to finish the race in fifth place just ahead of a fast charging David Malukas who came home in sixth place for Dale Coyne Racing just ahead of Graham Rahal who had a tough home race having started the event from the front row in the No.15 Fifth Third Bank Honda, a problem during a pit-stop with fuel saw the RLL driver fall down the order but recover to finish the race in seventh place.
Pato O’Ward charged his way through the field from 25th on the grid to finish the race in eighth place just ahead of Marcus Armstrong who had a great first race at Mid-Ohio coming home in ninth place just ahead of Alexander Rossi.
Pole-sitter Colton Herta was left disappointed as he ended the race in eleventh place just ahead of Indianapolis 500 winner Josef Newgarden while Romain Grosjean and Devlin DeFrancesco were 13th and 14th respectively. Rinus Veekay was 15th just ahead of Callum Ilott.
Kyle Kirkwood was 17th just ahead of Jack Harvey and Ryan Hunter Reay. Conor Daly ended the day just ahead of his teammate Helio Castroneves while Sting Ray Robb was 22nd just ahead of Agustin Canapino and Santino Ferrucci.
Felix Rosenqvist was 25th just ahead of Benjamin Pedersen while Marcus Ericsson was the only retirement following an incident with Felix Roseqvist.