Laguna Seca in California has become the latest circuit to face a threat to its activities from locals.
Few tipped Will Power as a candidate for a second IndyCar title before the season began, but the 41-year-old beat a field packed with upcoming young talents.
After driving to a third place finish at Laguna Seca, Romain Grosjean admitted that the reception from the crowd nearly brought him to tears.
Colton Herta led all but four laps to win his second career race at Laguna Seca, while Álex Palou took a major step towards the IndyCar Series championship.
IndyCar’s returns to Toronto and Iowa are confirmed, along with a February start in St. Petersburg, Florida and the 106th Indianapolis 500 on 29 May.