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Mikhail Aleshin and Ryan Hunter-Reay were among five Honda drivers to contend for victory in the rain-delayed Verizon IndyCar Series at Pocono Raceway.
Taking advantage of strong car and a well-timed caution flag, Carlos Munoz vaulted from 15th on the starting grid to finish third in the Honda Indy 200 at the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course in Lexington, Ohio.
Taking advantage of track position and a well-timed caution flag, James Hinchcliffe thrilled his hometown fans with a third-place finish at the Honda Indy Toronto.
Continuing to show the short oval form he demonstrated throughout practice and qualifying, Mikhail Aleshin led the way for Honda at Iowa Speedway, finishing fifth in the Iowa Corn 300, the second and final short track event in the 2016 Verizon IndyCar Series.
For the first time since 2007, Indy car racing returned to the historic Road America circuit with Graham Rahal leading the way for Honda, scoring a third-place Verizon IndyCar Series finish in front of a massive crowd at the 4.0-mile road course in Elkhart Lake.
Two days of persistent rain showers have forced Verizon IndyCar Series and Texas Motor Speedway officials to postpone the Firestone 600 until Saturday, August 27.
Ryan Hunter-Reay led the way for Honda with a third-place finish in the second race of the doubleheader event weekend in Detroit.
In a race of multiple, competing fuel strategies, bold calls from Dale Coyne Racing enabled Honda’s Conor Daly to move to the front of the field during the closing stages of the opening race in the doubleheader “Dual in Detroit” Verizon IndyCar Series race weekend.