Will Power has returned. After finally winning a race this year at Pocono, he has now won two out of the last three races. Two wins and htree poles is still a somewhat substandard year for Power, but he has come alive in the last part of the season. One of the things that didn’t feel right about this season was Power not being a threat to win every week.
A great run for Spencer Pigot in sixth. Pigot is another driver who has begun to show better the last third of the year.
Matheus Leist earned A. J. Foyt Racing another top ten. This is the team’s fourth top ten since Iowa.
While Alexander Rossi gained on Josef Newgarden, Newgarden still increased his lead. Rossi is back in second place, 41 points behind. Simon Pagenaud is just one point behind Rossi.
Scott Dixon is likely done as far as the championship is concerned. Has to be a frustrating day for him.
The first lap yellow seemed to take a long time to clean up. It looked like the wreckers had hard time hooking the cars up to the trucks.
I’m not sure what Ryan Hunter-Reay was thinking on the restart.
I feel awful for Conor Daly not getting a chance to show what he could do for Arrow Schmidt Peterson. This is the second race in which both ASPM cars were taken out on the first lap.
Felix Rosenqvist has two second place finishes in the last five races. Here is another driver finally emerging late in the year.
Here are two photos I took of the start and the chaos that followed. if you look from Veach and behind him, you can see how it developed.
Look for a full race report tomorrow on Wildfire Sports. I’ll be back next week with comments on the 2020 schedule and the changes at A. J. Foyt Racing. Thanks for following along this weekend.