James Hinchcliffe capitalized on an opening lap-crash to make up 11 positions in the Honda Indy 200 at the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course, turning that first-lap charge into a third-place finish, his best result in the 2014 IndyCar Series.
Justin Wilson and his Dale Coyne Racing team gambled and came close to pulling off an unexpected victory in the second race of the Honda Indy Toronto, but ultimately came up short in the last two laps, fading to a 10th-place finish.
A storming recovery effort from Simon Pagenaud, following first-lap contact, resulted in a fourth-place finish to lead the Honda-powered field in the opening race of a same-day IndyCar Series doubleheader at the Honda Indy Toronto.
Honda-powered Ryan Hunter-Reay became the first three-time winner of the 2014 IndyCar Series at Iowa Speedway, when his Andretti Autosport team made a bold call to make a pit stop for fresh tires during a late-race caution period.
Simon Pagenaud dominated the second race of the Grand Prix of Houston “double header” IndyCar Series race weekend, maintaining his commanding lead in the second half of the race, though several late-race caution flags.
Carlos Huertas won the opening race of the Grand Prix of Houston “double header” IndyCar Series race weekend, taking his machine to victory in an 80-lap event that featured constantly changing weather conditions.
Graham Rahal fought the eventual race winner for the final 20 laps of the “Dual in Detroit” IndyCar Series doubleheader weekend, making a last-lap effort that came up just 33 hundredths of a second short at the checkers.
Honda-powered Ryan Hunter-Reay won the 98th running of the Indianapolis 500 at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, edging Helio Castoneves by six hundredths of a second in the second-closest finish in “500” history.