EVENT SUMMARY: 2013 Honda Indy 200 at Mid-Ohio

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2013 Honda Indy 200 at Mid-Ohio
Sunday, August 4, 2013

Race Winner: Charlie Kimball
Official box score – View PDF

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POST-RACE ANALYSIS

Box score: View PDF
Lap chart: View PDF
Tire use chart: View JPG
Leader lap summary: View PDF
Pit stop summary: View PDF

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POST-RACE POINT STANDINGS

Driver standings:

Rank Car Driver Points
1 3 Helio Castroneves 453
2 9 Scott Dixon 422
3 1 Ryan Hunter-Reay 388
4 25 Marco Andretti 377
5 77 Simon Pagenaud 350
6 10 Dario Franchitti 342
7 27 James Hinchcliffe 325
7 83 Charlie Kimball 325
9 19 Justin Wilson 320
10 11 Tony Kanaan 313
11 12 Will Power 305
12 5 EJ Viso 271
13 14 Takuma Sato 265
14 20 Ed Carpenter 250
15 67 Josef Newgarden 245
16 7 Sebastien Bourdais 241
17 15 Graham Rahal 233
18 16 James Jakes 232
19 78 Simona de Silvestro 226
20 55 Tristan Vautier 192
21 22/4 Oriol Servia 167
22 6 Sebastian Saavedra 163
22 98 Alex Tagliani 163
24 17/18 Mike Conway 149
25 8/4 Ryan Briscoe 87
26 4 JR Hildebrand 79
27 18 Ana Beatriz 72
28 26 Carlos Muñoz 67
29 2 AJ Allmendinger 65
30 63/18 Pippa Mann 29
31 18 James Davison 15
32 98 Luca Filippi 14
33 41 Conor Daly 11
34 60 Townsend Bell 10
35 91 Buddy Lazier 8
36 81 Katherine Legge 8

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Manufacturer standings:

Rank Manufacturer Points
1 Chevrolet 105
2 Honda 105

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Top-five finisher bonus winnings (unofficial tally):

Rank Car Driver Payout
1 9 Scott Dixon $170,000
2 1 Ryan Hunter-Reay $155,000
3 3 Helio Castroneves $140,000
4 27 James Hinchcliffe $115,000
5 10 Dario Franchitti $100,000
6 83 Charlie Kimball $75,000
7 25 Marco Andretti $65,000
7 11 Tony Kanaan $65,000
9 77 Simon Pagenaud $60,000
9 12 Will Power $60,000
9 14 Takuma Sato $60,000
12 18 Mike Conway $55,000
13 7 Sebastien Bourdais $45,000
14 19 Justin Wilson $40,000
15 15 Graham Rahal $35,000
16 20 Ed Carpenter $30,000
17 16 James Jakes $25,000
17 5 EJ Viso $25,000
19 67 Josef Newgarden $20,000
20 22 Oriol Servia $15,000
21 4 JR Hildebrand $10,000

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Non-Leaders Circle entry winnings (unofficial tally):

Rank Car Team Payout
1 16 Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing $455,000
2 55 Schmidt Peterson Motosports $440,000
3 6 Dragon Racing $405,000
4 2 Penske Racing $65,000
5 26 Andretti Autosport $25,000

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IMPORTANT TIMES

Green flag: 3:40 PM EDT (local)*
Race broadcast: 2:00 PM EDT on NBC Sports Network
(includes Firestone Indy Lights race)
Qualifying: 2:00-3:10 PM EDT Saturday
(Broadcast 5:00 PM EDT Saturday on NBC Sports Network)
Practice sessions: 11:00-11:45 AM EDT Friday
3:30-4:15 PM EDT Friday
10:30-11:15 AM EDT Saturday
11:00-11:30 AM EDT Sunday
Drivers meeting: 1:30-2:30 PM EDT Sunday
Live stream on INDYCAR ’13
Full weekend schedule: View PDF
Radio/live timing and scoring: INDYCAR Race Control

*2:40 PM CDT , 1:40 PM MDT, 12:40 PM PDT, 4:40 PM BRT, 7:40 PM GMT, 7:40 AM Sun/Mon NZST, 5:40 AM Sun/Mon AEST, 4:40 AM Sun/Mon JST

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TRACK FACTS

Track type: Permanent road course
Length: 2.258 miles
Race distance: 90 laps (203.22 miles)
Number of turns: 13
Track map: View PNG
Start: Rolling
Restarts: Double-file
Event Twitter account and hashtag: @FollowMidOhio, #MidOhio
Weather forecast:
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ENTRANT FACTS

Entry list: View PDF
Spotter guide: View PDF
Pit assignments: View PDF
Driver performance: View PDF
Wing configuration: Road/street
Boost level: 160 kPa (up from 150 kPa) +200 RPM; 150 seconds total, 10 bursts available
(No activation delay in 2013)
Tires available per entry: The dry-condition (slick) tire specifications for Mid-Ohio feature the same tire construction as used at Barber Motorsports Park in April, paired with a slightly more durable compound for both the primary and alternate specs.Primary: 976, each entry receives three sets (12 total tires) for the Wednesday open test and five sets* (20 total tires) for the official race weekend (*-each entry must complete at least five laps during the first race-weekend practice session to earn the fifth set of primary tires from its weekend allotment).Alternate: 330, each entry receives three sets (12 total tires) for the race weekend only; none will be supplied during the open test.Wets: 618, each entry has two sets (eight total tires) for the open test and five sets (20 total tires) for the race weekend of the rain tire that was also available earlier this season at Brazil.

HISTORY

Last five wins: 2012 – Scott Dixon, Target Chip Ganassi Racing
2011 – Scott Dixon, Target Chip Ganassi Racing
2010 – Dario Franchitti, Target Chip Ganassi Racing
2009 – Scott Dixon, Target Chip Ganassi Racing
2008 – Ryan Briscoe, Team Penske
Last five poles: 2012 – Will Power, Penske Racing (123.825)
2011 – Scott Dixon, Target Chip Ganassi Racing (119.405)
2010 – Will Power, Penske Racing (120.955)
2009 – Ryan Briscoe, Team Penske (121.905)
2008 – Helio Castroneves, Team Penske (120.878)
Track record: Gil de Ferran / Dario Franchitti
(1:05.347, 124.394 mph)
August 2000
(de Ferran)
August 1999
(Franchitti)

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SESSION TIMES

Race – Official results

Rank Start Car Driver Engine Laps Comment
1 5 83 Charlie Kimball H 90
2 8 77 Simon Pagenaud H 90
3 6 10 Dario Franchitti H 90
4 2 12 Will Power C 90
5 1 1 Ryan Hunter-Reay C 90
6 14 3 Helio Castroneves C 90
7 3 9 Scott Dixon H 90
8 7 19 Justin Wilson H 90
9 4 25 Marco Andretti C 90
10 12 27 James Hinchcliffe C 90
11 9 78 Simona de Silvestro C 90
12 13 7 Sebastien Bourdais C 90
13 10 16 James Jakes H 90  
14 17 4 Oriol Servia C 90
15 16 18 James Davison (R) H 90
16 24 98 Luca Filippi (R) H 90
17 11 5 EJ Viso C 89
18 22 15 Graham Rahal H 89
19 20 6 Sebastian Saavedra C 89
20 23 20 Ed Carpenter C 89
21 21 55 Tristan Vautier (R) H 89
22 15 14 Takuma Sato H 89
23 18 67 Josef Newgarden H 88
24 19 11 Tony Kanaan H 64 Off