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New IndyCar champ Scott Dixon: ‘Let’s go for No. 6 next year’ (video)
Dixon is now only two championships from tying A.J. Foyt for most Indy car crowns. Dixon told NASCAR America on Tuesday he's already of title No. 6 next season.
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Scott Dixon: 'This championship feels fantastic'
IndyCar driver Scott Dixon explains why this championship was even more special, his strategy at Sonoma, and how he's processing his fifth IndyCar championship.
Dixon crowned IndyCar champ after GP of Sonoma
Scott Dixon captured his fifth career IndyCar championship in Sunday’s season-ending Grand Prix of Sonoma.
Wickens thanks fans, updates condition on Twitter
IndyCar driver Robert Wickens posted on Twitter a video thanking his fans for all their support and updated his condition now that he's in rehab after his scary crash.
Team Penske sweeps top 10 in two series; Will Power third at Sonoma
Simon Pagenaud: 'I found my smile back, so that is a good thing.' He put a few smiles on his car owner Roger Penske's face as well.
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IndyCar: 2018 season is over, here’s how 2019 is already shaping up
There are very few open seats remaining for 2019.
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What Drivers Said after Dixon wins title, Hunter-Reay wins race at Sonoma
For the final time of 2018, here's what drivers had to say after the IndyCar season finale.
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Dixon may not consider himself one of the best ever, but IndyCar world certainly does
Dixon is not only one of the best ever in IndyCar, he's also one of the most humble drivers the sport has ever seen.
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IndyCar: Tough season ends on a high note for Ryan Hunter-Reay
Ryan Hunter-Reay began the season fifth in the standings and ended in fourth – but it was a rollercoaster in-between.
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What NBCSN IndyCar announcers said about Dixon crown, last race at Sonoma
Here's what NBC's IndyCar announcers had to say about Scott Dixon's championship.
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IndyCar: Rossi keeps his head high after Sonoma disappointment
Alexander Rossi rebounded from opening lap contact with Marco Andretti to finish seventh, but it wasn't enough to beat Scott Dixon to the championship.
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Dixon presented with IndyCar championship trophy
Scott Dixon is presented with the 2018 IndyCar championship trophy after the Grand Prix of Sonoma.
Hunter-Reay dedicates Sonoma win to Wickens
Ryan Hunter-Reay discusses his win at Sonoma on his wife's birthday and dedicates the win to his teammate who was injured at Pocono, Robert Wickens.
Rossi finishes second in standings for the season
Alexander Rossi was unable to catch Scott Dixon this season, finishing second in the IndyCar Championship Standings.
Dixon wins fifth career IndyCar championship
Scott Dixon congratulates his crew and reacts to becoming only the second driver ever to win five IndyCar championships.
Ryan Hunter-Reay wins Grand Prix of Sonoma
Ryan Hunter-Reay wins the 2018 Grand Prix of Sonoma, while Scott Dixon finishes in second and wins the IndyCar title.
Scott Dixon wins 2018 IndyCar title
Scott Dixon becomes only the second driver in IndyCar history to win five titles.
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IndyCar: Sonoma championship update No. 2
Scott Dixon continues to lead the championship as they run, but Alexander Rossi is charging back through the field after benefiting from a timely caution.
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IndyCar: Sonoma championship update
Alexander Rossi is trying to rebound from opening lap contact, while Josef Newgarden stalled in his first pit stop. Scott Dixon runs solidly in second after the opening stint.
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IndyCar: Rossi suffers opening lap trouble at Sonoma
Alexander Rossi suffered contact and a damaged front wing on the opening lap of the INDYCAR Grand Prix of Sonoma.
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Robert Wickens gives update on his condition
Robert Wickens continues to rehabilitate from injuries, and resulting surgeries, from his violent crash on August 19 at Pocono Raceway.
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IndyCar: Livestream the Sonoma season finale
The 2018 Verizon IndyCar Series championship will be settled at the INDYCAR Grand Prix of Sonoma.
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IndyCar: Sato to return to RLL in 2019
Takuma Sato will continue with Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing in 2019.
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F1: Lewis Hamilton wins Singapore Grand Prix
Lewis Hamilton extends his championship lead over Sebastian Vettel to a commanding 40 points.
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IndyCar says goodbye to Sonoma Raceway today: so long wine, hello lettuce
IndyCar ends a 14-year tenure of racing at Sonoma Raceway today.
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Okay race fans, who’ve ‘ya got: Vote for who wins IndyCar championship
Will you pick Scott Dixon, Alexander Rossi, Will Power or Josef Newgarden?
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Will good fortune shine upon Scott Dixon once again to earn 5th IndyCar title?
If Dixon wins a fifth championship, he would become one of only two drivers in IndyCar history that have reached that rare plateau.
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Ryan Hunter-Reay celebrates winning Sonoma pole
Ryan Hunter-Reay won his first pole position since 2014 and stole a critical point from Scott Dixon at Sonoma.
Hunter-Reay steals Sonoma pole from Dixon
Ryan Hunter-Reay was able to steal pole position away from Scott Dixon at the last second for Sunday’s INDYCAR Grand Prix of Sonoma.
Ganassi keeps IndyCar championship in perspective: It’s just another race
If Scott Dixon wins Sunday's championship, it will be his fifth and will be the 12th IndyCar title as a team owner for his boss, Chip Ganassi.
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IndyCar: Dixon cites driver error for missing the pole, Rossi laments tire gamble in qualifying
Scott Dixon just missed out on pole for Sunday's INDYCAR Grand Prix of Sonoma, while a gamble on Firestone primary blacks failed to pan out for Alexander Rossi.
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What Drivers Said after qualifying for Sunday’s Grand Prix of Sonoma
Saturday was the last qualifying session of the year for the IndyCar Series.
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Rossi on IndyCar championship: ‘I’m going to win. … That’s our only responsibility.’
Even with a 29-point deficit heading into Sunday's final race of 2018, Rossi does not feel he'll be denied the championship.
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IndyCar: Hunter-Reay snatches pole from Dixon at Sonoma; Rossi qualifies sixth and O’Ward ends up fifth
Ryan Hunter-Reay took the pole position away from Scott Dixon on the final lap in the Firestone Fast Six. Alexander Rossi qualified sixth, while Patricio O'Ward continued to star, qualifying fifth.
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NBCSN announcers all agree: Scott Dixon will win IndyCar crown on Sunday in Sonoma
The seven announcers who will bring you Sunday's championship-deciding Grand Prix of Sonoma give their thoughts on who they think will win the 2018 IndyCar title.
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IndyCar: Championship leader Dixon tops Sonoma Practice 3; Rossi ends session in fourth
Points leader Scott Dixon topped the final practice before qualifying for Sunday's INDYCAR Grand Prix of Sonoma. Title rival Alexander Rossi ended the session in fourth.
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F1: Vettel concerned after losing pole to Hamilton
Lewis Hamilton scored the pole for the Singapore Grand Prix while Sebastian Vettel settled for third.
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What Drivers Said after Friday’s two IndyCar practices at Sonoma
Two practices down, one more plus qualifying on Saturday, and then it's Sunday's big season-ending and championship-deciding race at Sonoma Raceway.
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IndyCar Paddock Pass: Grand Prix of Sonoma
Anders Krohn hits the paddock prior to the Grand Prix of Sonoma to check in with the likes of Alexander Rossi, Colton Herta, and Patricio O'Ward.
IndyCar Rapid Fire: Tony Kanaan
Katie Hargitt goes one-on-one with IndyCar's Tony Kanaan prior to the Grand Prix of Sonoma to find out the secret to his longevity in racing.
IndyCar: O’Ward, Herta enjoying IndyCar education at Sonoma
Patricio O'Ward and Colton Herta had solid starts to their Verizon IndyCar Series debuts on Friday.
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IndyCar: Even with long championship odds, Will Power still singing a happy tune
Power is 87 points behind series leader Scott Dixon, but still believes he can rally to win the IndyCar title.
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IndyCar: Newgarden overcomes food poisoning to top Sonoma practice 2; Dixon second, Rossi sixth
Josef Newgarden, who has been battling food poisoning this weekend, topped Practice 2 for Sunday's INDYCAR Grand Prix of Sonoma, while title combatants Scott Dixon and Alexander Rossi ranked second and...
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U can’t touch this: MC Hammer to serve as Sonoma IndyCar grand marshal
Hammer will not only give the command to start engines, he'll also ride with Mario Andretti to bring the field to the green flag start of the race.
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IndyCar: Like fine Sonoma wine, Tony Kanaan aging into satisfying vintage
Kanaan will make his 300th consecutive start in Sundays 2018 IndyCar season-ending Grand Prix of Sonoma.
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IndyCar: Hunter-Reay, Dixon, Power top first Sonoma practice
Andretti Autosport and Team Penske each had two drivers in the five fastest.
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F1: Red Bull’s Ricciardo fastest in first Singapore GP practice
Red Bull driver Daniel Ricciardo posted the fastest time in the first practice for the Singapore Grand Prix on Friday.
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F1 Preview: 2018 Singapore Grand Prix
The Singapore Grand Prix is the first of seven fly-away races to end the 2018 Formula 1 season.
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Josef Newgarden still hopes to win second straight IndyCar title
The odds and numbers may be stacked against him, but Josef Newgarden isn't giving up hope that he can still win the championship this year.
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IndyCar: Four championship drivers play San Francisco tourists for a day prior to Sunday’s big race
In a sense, the 2018 IndyCar championship ran through San Francisco on Wednesday when the four remaining contenders took in the City by the Bay.
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