2024 Indycar Series

The 2024 NTT IndyCar Series is the 113th official championship season of American open wheel racing and the 29th season under IndyCar Series sanction.

Its showcase event was the 108th running of the Indianapolis 500.

2024 IndyCar season
NTT IndyCar Series
Season
Races18
Start dateMarch 10
End dateSeptember 15
Awards
Indianapolis 500 winnerUnited States Josef Newgarden
← 2023
2025 →
2024 Indycar Series
2024 Indycar Series
Defending series champion Álex Palou (left) is the current championship points leader; Will Power (right) is second, 48 points behind.

Spanish driver Álex Palou entered the season as the defending champion, having obtained his second IndyCar title in 2023, while Josef Newgarden entered the season as the defending Indianapolis 500 winner. Newgarden won his second consecutive Indianapolis 500, the first driver to do so since Hélio Castroneves in 2001 and 2002.

Background and series news

The 2.2-liter engines used in the series are scheduled to have hybrid technology implemented after the original plans to debut a new 2.4-liter hybrid engine formula were postponed to 2027. The original plan was to introduce the hybrid powertrain at the start of the season in St. Petersburg, but on December 7, 2023, IndyCar announced a delay to its introduction, until after the Indianapolis 500. IndyCar announced on May 14, 2024, that the new hybrid powertrain would debut at Mid-Ohio.

This is also the final year of IndyCar's current television contract with NBC Sports, which began in 2019 and was extended in 2021. For 2025, the series' television coverage will move to Fox for all races.

New race restart procedures were introduced for 2024. On restarts, a new "restart line" was introduced, which drivers must pass before making overtaking attempts. The rule was introduced in response to a large number of incidents in 2023 that occurred from cars attempting to overtake early on race restarts.

For all oval events, the series mandated new, stronger rear suspension uprights on all cars. The new components were introduced in response to an incident during the 2023 Indianapolis 500 where a rear wheel assembly broke free from a car (specifically the Andretti No. 27 of Kyle Kirkwood who got collected by the spinning Arrow McLaren No. 6 of Felix Rosenqvist) and was launched over the catch fence meant to contain cars to the race circuit.

Confirmed entries

The following teams, entries, and drivers compete in the 2024 NTT IndyCar Series season. All teams use a spec Dallara DW12 chassis with 2018 universal aero kit and Firestone tires.

Team Engine No. Driver(s) Round(s) Ref(s)
A. J. Foyt Racing Chevrolet 14 2024 Indycar Series  Santino Ferrucci All
41 2024 Indycar Series  Sting Ray Robb All
Andretti Global with Curb-Agajanian Honda 26 2024 Indycar Series  Colton Herta All
Andretti Global 27 2024 Indycar Series  Kyle Kirkwood All
28 2024 Indycar Series  Marcus Ericsson All
Andretti Herta with Marco and Curb-Agajanian 98 2024 Indycar Series  Marco Andretti 5
Arrow McLaren Chevrolet 5 2024 Indycar Series  Pato O'Ward All
6 2024 Indycar Series  Callum Ilott 1, 5, NC
2024 Indycar Series  Théo Pourchaire  R  2–4, 6–7
2024 Indycar Series  Nolan Siegel  R  8–17
7 2024 Indycar Series  Alexander Rossi All
Arrow McLaren/Rick Hendrick 17 2024 Indycar Series  Kyle Larson  R  5
Chip Ganassi Racing Honda 4 2024 Indycar Series  Kyffin Simpson  R  All
8 2024 Indycar Series  Linus Lundqvist  R  All
9 2024 Indycar Series  Scott Dixon All
10 2024 Indycar Series  Álex Palou All
11 2024 Indycar Series  Marcus Armstrong All
Dale Coyne Racing Honda 18 2024 Indycar Series  Jack Harvey 1–4, 6–11, 13–17
2024 Indycar Series  Nolan Siegel  R  5, NC
2024 Indycar Series  TBA 12
Dale Coyne Racing with Rick Ware Racing 51 2024 Indycar Series  Colin Braun  R  1, NC
2024 Indycar Series  Nolan Siegel  R  2
2024 Indycar Series  Luca Ghiotto  R  3–4, 7–8
2024 Indycar Series  Katherine Legge 5, 10–11
2024 Indycar Series  Tristan Vautier 6
2024 Indycar Series  Toby Sowery  R  9
2024 Indycar Series  TBA 12–17
DRR-Cusick Motorsports Chevrolet 23 2024 Indycar Series  Ryan Hunter-Reay 5
24 2024 Indycar Series  Conor Daly 5
Ed Carpenter Racing Chevrolet 20 2024 Indycar Series  Christian Rasmussen  R  1–4, 6–9, 12, 14, NC
2024 Indycar Series  Ed Carpenter 5, 10–11, 13, 15–17
21 2024 Indycar Series  Rinus VeeKay All
33 2024 Indycar Series  Christian Rasmussen  R  5
Juncos Hollinger Racing Chevrolet 77 2024 Indycar Series  Romain Grosjean All
78 2024 Indycar Series  Agustín Canapino 1–6, 8–17, NC
2024 Indycar Series  Nolan Siegel  R  7
Meyer Shank Racing with Curb-Agajanian Honda 06 2024 Indycar Series  Hélio Castroneves 5
Meyer Shank Racing 60 2024 Indycar Series  Felix Rosenqvist All
66 2024 Indycar Series  Tom Blomqvist  R  1–5, NC
2024 Indycar Series  Hélio Castroneves 6–7
2024 Indycar Series  David Malukas 8–17
Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing Honda 15 2024 Indycar Series  Graham Rahal All
30 2024 Indycar Series  Pietro Fittipaldi All
45 2024 Indycar Series  Christian Lundgaard All
75 2024 Indycar Series  Takuma Sato 5
Team Penske Chevrolet 2 2024 Indycar Series  Josef Newgarden All
3 2024 Indycar Series  Scott McLaughlin All
12 2024 Indycar Series  Will Power All
R Eligible for Rookie of the Year

Driver changes

Preseason

  • On January 12, 2023, Arrow McLaren confirmed reports that 2021 NASCAR Cup Series champion Kyle Larson would drive for the team in the Indianapolis 500, with the entry to be co-owned by Larson's Cup Series car owner Rick Hendrick.
  • On August 11, 2023, Meyer Shank Racing confirmed reports that its IMSA driver Tom Blomqvist would drive for its No. 66 entry full-time in 2024, with 4-time Indianapolis 500 winner Hélio Castroneves moving to an Indy-only role for the team, as well as receiving an ownership stake in the team.
  • On August 23, 2023, Andretti Autosport confirmed reports that 2022 Indianapolis 500 winner Marcus Ericsson would join the team, departing Chip Ganassi Racing after four seasons, replacing Romain Grosjean. Ganassi stated on social media the same day that it would announce driver updates "in due course". On August 31, 2023, Chip Ganassi Racing confirmed reports that 2022 Indy Lights champion Linus Lundqvist would join the team on a full-time basis, ultimately replacing Ericsson in the No. 8 car.
  • On September 2, 2023, NBC Sports reported that Romain Grosjean told them that he would be departing Andretti Autosport after two seasons with the team.
    • On October 4, 2023, Grosjean released a statement confirming his departure from Andretti, and that he has commenced an arbitration proceeding in Indiana against the team, saying that he had expected to continue racing with the team "in the coming years".
  • On September 5, 2023, Meyer Shank Racing confirmed reports that Felix Rosenqvist had signed to drive the No. 60 entry in a multi-year deal. Rosenqvist departed Arrow McLaren after three seasons.
  • On September 5, 2023, 2019 Indianapolis 500 winner and 2016 IndyCar Series champion Simon Pagenaud released a statement confirming his departure from Meyer Shank Racing after two seasons, saying that he would be focusing on his recovery from injuries sustained in a crash during practice at Mid-Ohio in 2023.
  • On September 7, 2023, Chip Ganassi Racing confirmed reports that Marcus Armstrong had re-signed with the team on a full-time basis with a multi-year contract, having served as road/street course driver alongside Takuma Sato in 2023.
  • On September 8, 2023, Arrow McLaren confirmed reports that David Malukas had signed to drive the No. 6 entry full-time in 2024, departing Dale Coyne Racing after two seasons.
  • On September 18, 2023, Chip Ganassi Racing announced that development driver Kyffin Simpson would join the team full time in 2024, expanding the team to 5 cars.
  • On October 23, 2023, Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing announced that Haas F1 Team reserve driver Pietro Fittipaldi would drive the team's No. 30 entry full-time in 2024, making his first start in the series since the 2021 season. The same day, RLL confirmed that Jüri Vips, who drove the No. 30 entry in the final two races of 2023, would remain under contract with the team, with the possibility of part-time competition in a fourth entry, testing duties and opportunities in IMSA competition.
  • On October 25, 2023, Ed Carpenter Racing announced that 2023 Indy NXT champion Christian Rasmussen would drive the team's No. 20 entry on road and street courses in 2024, and in a third entry at the Indianapolis 500. Team owner/driver Ed Carpenter will compete in all oval races in the No. 20, having driven for the team's third entry for the last two seasons.
  • On October 26, 2023, Juncos Hollinger Racing announced that they had mutually decided to part ways with driver Callum Ilott after three seasons together. On November 2, 2023, Juncos confirmed that Romain Grosjean signed for the team, replacing the outgoing Ilott.
  • On December 15, 2023, A. J. Foyt Racing announced that Sting Ray Robb would drive the No. 41 entry full-time for the 2024 season, leaving Dale Coyne Racing after one season. Initial reports covering the announcement stated that Robb was to replace Benjamin Pedersen, with the entry being renumbered to 41 from the 55 which Pedersen drove in 2023. However, later that day, Pedersen released a statement on social media implying that he had not left the team and that Robb would be joining as his teammate, with team director Larry Foyt being non-committal when directly asked if Robb was replacing Pedersen during a teleconference with media. On January 9, 2024, Larry Foyt confirmed that Pedersen was departing the team as his contract had "lapsed".
  • On February 1, 2024, Dreyer & Reinbold Racing / Cusick Motorsports confirmed plans to field a joint entry for the Indianapolis 500, with Ryan Hunter-Reay and Conor Daly serving as drivers of the No. 23 and No. 24 cars, respectively.
  • On February 13, 2024, David Malukas confirmed that he had injured his wrist while mountain biking and would miss the first race of the season to recover. Callum Ilott was announced as his replacement on March 5, and also competed at the non-championship event at The Thermal Club.
  • On February 15, Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing announced that Takuma Sato would return to the team to compete in the Indianapolis 500.
  • On March 5, Dale Coyne Racing announced that Jack Harvey would drive the No. 18 entry in 14 races this year, with 2023 Indy NXT rookie of the year Nolan Siegel partaking in events that do not clash with his Indy NXT commitments, including the Indianapolis 500. Coyne also confirmed sports car and former NASCAR driver Colin Braun would drive the No. 51 in at least the Grand Prix of St. Petersburg and the non-championship event at The Thermal Club.

Mid-season

  • Throughout the season, Dale Coyne Racing would announce multiple drivers for its No. 51 entry:
    • On April 9, that Katherine Legge would drive for the No. 51 entry for the Indianapolis 500.
    • On April 15, that Nolan Siegel would switch from the No. 18 to the No. 51 at Long Beach, and that Jack Harvey would race the No. 18 at Long Beach, extending his program in that entry to 15 races.
    • On April 25, that former Williams F1 test driver Luca Ghiotto would drive the No. 51 at Barber Motorsports Park and the Indianapolis Grand Prix. On June 4, Ghiotto was announced to return to the car for Road America and Laguna Seca.
    • On May 29, that 2013 IndyCar Series rookie of the year Tristan Vautier would drive the No. 51 at Detroit.
    • On June 26, that former Indy NXT driver Toby Sowery would drive the No. 51 at Mid-Ohio, making his IndyCar debut.
  • On April 9, Arrow McLaren confirmed that David Malukas would miss the second round at Long Beach and that Callum Ilott was unavailable due to a conflicting FIA World Endurance Championship round. On April 18, reigning Formula 2 champion Théo Pourchaire was announced as the driver of the No. 6 car for Long Beach. On April 23, Pourchaire was confirmed to drive at Barber.
  • On April 29, Arrow McLaren announced the release of Malukas from his contract, citing the reason that he still had no confirmed return date from the wrist injuries sustained in the mountain bike accident on February 11. On May 9, Pourchaire was confirmed to drive the No. 6 for the remainder of the season, bar the Indianapolis 500 in which Ilott will drive.
  • On May 29, Meyer Shank Racing announced that Hélio Castroneves would drive the No. 66 at Detroit and Road America, replacing Tom Blomqvist. Blomqvist remains signed to a multi-year contract with the team, but Marshall Pruett of RACER.com reported that it was "unclear" whether or not he would return to the entry. On June 7, Meyer Shank Racing announced that David Malukas would drive the No. 66 in all races after Road America, also confirming that Blomqvist would not return to the entry.
  • On June 7, Juncos Hollinger Racing announced that Nolan Siegel would drive the No. 78 entry at Road America, with Agustín Canapino taking a "leave of absence" following the online abuse from some of Canapino's fans directed at Théo Pourchaire following the Detroit Grand Prix.
  • On June 18, Arrow McLaren announced that Nolan Siegel had signed a multi-year contract for the No. 6 and would be driving for the remainder of the season, replacing Pourchaire.

Team changes

Preseason

  • On September 5, 2023, Andretti Autosport announced a rebrand that would take effect for the 2024 season, with all of its race teams running under the Andretti Global banner.
  • On October 3, 2023, Arrow McLaren and Juncos Hollinger Racing announced the formation of a strategic alliance that "may evolve over time", beginning with a "commercial and strategic focus" and "talent development opportunity".
  • On November 10, 2023, Andretti Global confirmed that they would drop to three entries from four for the 2024 season.

Mid-season

  • Abel Motorsports was planning to enter the Indy 500, but the team shelved its efforts on May 3 due to lack of sponsorship. On the same press release, team manager John Brunner stated the team could look into competing at other races later in the season.
  • On June 6, Arrow McLaren terminated the strategic alliance with Juncos Hollinger Racing, citing the online abuse including death threats directed towards McLaren driver Théo Pourchaire from fans of JHR driver Agustín Canapino following the race at Detroit, and Canapino's response to the incidents.

Schedule

The schedule was released on September 25, 2023.

Rd. Race name Track Location Date
1 Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg  S  Streets of St. Petersburg St. Petersburg, Florida March 10
NC $1 Million Challenge  R  The Thermal Club Thermal, California March 24
2 Acura Grand Prix of Long Beach  S  Streets of Long Beach Long Beach, California April 21
3 Children's of Alabama Indy Grand Prix  R  Barber Motorsports Park Birmingham, Alabama April 28
4 Sonsio Grand Prix  R  Indianapolis Motor Speedway Road Course Speedway, Indiana May 11
5 108th Running of the Indianapolis 500  O  Indianapolis Motor Speedway May 26
6 Chevrolet Detroit Grand Prix  S  Streets of Detroit Detroit, Michigan June 2
7 XPEL Grand Prix at Road America  R  Road America Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin June 9
8 Firestone Grand Prix of Monterey  R  WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca Monterey, California June 23
9 Honda Indy 200 at Mid-Ohio  R  Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course Lexington, Ohio July 7
10 Hy-Vee Homefront 250  O  Iowa Speedway Newton, Iowa July 13
11 Hy-Vee One Step 250 July 14
12 Ontario Honda Dealers Indy Toronto  S  Exhibition Place Toronto, Ontario July 21
13 Bommarito Automotive Group 500  O  World Wide Technology Raceway Madison, Illinois August 17
14 BitNile.com Grand Prix of Portland  R  Portland International Raceway Portland, Oregon August 25
15 Hy-Vee Milwaukee Mile 250s Race 1  O  Milwaukee Mile West Allis, Wisconsin August 31
16 Hy-Vee Milwaukee Mile 250s Race 2 September 1
17 Big Machine Music City Grand Prix  O  Nashville Superspeedway Lebanon, Tennessee September 15

 O  Oval/Speedway
 R  Road course
 S  Street circuit
NC Non-championship race

Schedule changes

  • On August 3, IndyCar announced that the Music City Grand Prix would host the season finale from 2024 onwards. The 2024 race was scheduled to feature a new layout running through Broadway in Downtown Nashville, but still featuring the Korean War Memorial Bridge. Laguna Seca's date was moved to June to accommodate this. On February 14, 2024 – and due to anticipated construction beginning on the New Nissan Stadium which would interfere with the circuit – the race was moved 30 miles (48 kilometres) east to Nashville Superspeedway in Lebanon, Tennessee, for the first IndyCar race at the track since 2008.
  • On September 25, IndyCar released the 2024 schedule. The Texas race, which had been a feature of the schedule from the 1996–97 season, will not return in 2024. Additionally, the Gallagher Grand Prix, the second road course date at Indianapolis, will not return in 2024, as NASCAR returns to the oval for the Brickyard 400 instead of the road course they had used since 2020 ending the joint IndyCar–NASCAR weekend where both series raced at the same venue on the same weekend. Both races were replaced by the Milwaukee Mile Doubleheader. Night races will also be reintroduced for the Saturday Iowa race and Gateway.

Results

Rd. Race Pole position Fastest lap Most laps led Race winner Report
Driver Team Manufacturer
1 St. Petersburg 2024 Indycar Series  Josef Newgarden 2024 Indycar Series  Kyffin Simpson 2024 Indycar Series  Pato O'Ward Arrow McLaren Chevrolet Report
NC Thermal Club 2024 Indycar Series  Álex Palou 2024 Indycar Series  Álex Palou 2024 Indycar Series  Álex Palou 2024 Indycar Series  Álex Palou Chip Ganassi Racing Honda Report
2 Long Beach 2024 Indycar Series  Felix Rosenqvist 2024 Indycar Series  Marcus Ericsson 2024 Indycar Series  Scott Dixon 2024 Indycar Series  Scott Dixon Chip Ganassi Racing Honda Report
3 Barber Motorsports Park 2024 Indycar Series  Scott McLaughlin 2024 Indycar Series  Scott McLaughlin 2024 Indycar Series  Scott McLaughlin 2024 Indycar Series  Scott McLaughlin Team Penske Chevrolet Report
4 IMS GP 2024 Indycar Series  Álex Palou 2024 Indycar Series  Álex Palou 2024 Indycar Series  Álex Palou 2024 Indycar Series  Álex Palou Chip Ganassi Racing Honda Report
5 Indianapolis 500 2024 Indycar Series  Scott McLaughlin 2024 Indycar Series  Christian Lundgaard 2024 Indycar Series  Scott McLaughlin 2024 Indycar Series  Josef Newgarden Team Penske Chevrolet Report
6 Detroit 2024 Indycar Series  Colton Herta 2024 Indycar Series  Colton Herta 2024 Indycar Series  Scott Dixon 2024 Indycar Series  Scott Dixon Chip Ganassi Racing Honda Report
7 Road America 2024 Indycar Series  Linus Lundqvist 2024 Indycar Series  Scott Dixon 2024 Indycar Series  Scott McLaughlin 2024 Indycar Series  Will Power Team Penske Chevrolet Report
8 Laguna Seca 2024 Indycar Series  Álex Palou 2024 Indycar Series  Marcus Ericsson 2024 Indycar Series  Álex Palou 2024 Indycar Series  Álex Palou Chip Ganassi Racing Honda Report
9 Mid-Ohio 2024 Indycar Series  Álex Palou 2024 Indycar Series  Josef Newgarden 2024 Indycar Series  Álex Palou 2024 Indycar Series  Pato O'Ward Arrow McLaren Chevrolet Report
10 Iowa 1 Report
11 Iowa 2
12 Toronto Report
13 Gateway Report
14 Portland Report
15 Milwaukee 1 Report
16 Milwaukee 2
17 Nashville Report

Points standings

  • Ties are broken by number of wins, followed by number of 2nds, 3rds, etc.; then by finishing position in the previous race; then by random draw.
Position  1st   2nd   3rd   4th   5th   6th   7th   8th   9th   10th   11th   12th   13th   14th   15th   16th   17th   18th   19th   20th   21st   22nd   23rd   24th   25th+ 
Points 50 40 35 32 30 28 26 24 22 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5

Driver standings

  • At all races except the Indy 500, the pole position qualifier earns 1 point (unless qualifying is not held). The twelve Indy 500 qualifiers who qualify for the fast 12 session receive points based on the results of that session, descending from 12 points for first place.
  • Drivers who lead at least one race lap are awarded 1 point. The driver who leads the most laps during a race scores an additional 2 points.
  • Entrant-initiated engine change-outs before the engine reaches their required distance run result in the loss of 10 points.
Pos Driver STP THE LBH ALA IGP INDY DET ROA LAG MDO IOW TOR GAT POR MIL NSH Pts
1 2024 Indycar Series  Álex Palou 4 1L* 3 5L 1L* 5L 16L 4L 1L* 2L* 329
2 2024 Indycar Series  Will Power 2 DNQ 6L 2L 2 242 6 1L 7 11 281
3 2024 Indycar Series  Pato O'Ward 1 DNQ 16 23 13 28L 7 8 8 1L 259
4 2024 Indycar Series  Scott Dixon 7 DNQ 1L* 15 4L 3L 1L* 21 6 27 258
5 2024 Indycar Series  Colton Herta 3L 4 2L 8 7 23 19L 6L 2L 4 249
6 2024 Indycar Series  Kyle Kirkwood 10 DNQ 7L 10 11 711L 4L 5L 5L 8 234
7 2024 Indycar Series  Alexander Rossi 6 7 10 25 8L 44L 5 18 3L 6 226
8 2024 Indycar Series  Scott McLaughlin 27 2 26 1L* 6L 61L* 20 3L* 21 3L 224
9 2024 Indycar Series  Felix Rosenqvist 5 3 9L 4L 10 279 8 14L 11 14 192
10 2024 Indycar Series  Josef Newgarden 26 8 4L 16 17 13L 26L 2L 19L 25 186
11 2024 Indycar Series  Christian Lundgaard 18L 9 23 6 3L 13L 11L 11 15 7 182
12 2024 Indycar Series  Marcus Ericsson 23 DNQ 5 18 16 33 2 9 10L 5 180
13 2024 Indycar Series  Santino Ferrucci 9 DNQ 21 7L 27 86L 9 15 9 10 174
14 2024 Indycar Series  Romain Grosjean 22 DNQ 8 12 12 19 23 7 4 23 151
15 2024 Indycar Series  Marcus Armstrong 25 5 12 9 5L 30 3 26 22 17 142
16 2024 Indycar Series  Graham Rahal 14 11 17 11 9L 15 15 10 24 18 139
17 2024 Indycar Series  Linus Lundqvist  R  21 6 13 3L 24 28 22 12 17 15 128
18 2024 Indycar Series  Rinus VeeKay 8 DNQ 14 17 26 97L 14 24 26 19 125
19 2024 Indycar Series  Christian Rasmussen  R  19 DNQ 27 24 20 12 27 20 13 9 104
20 2024 Indycar Series  Pietro Fittipaldi 13 12 24 27 14L 32 13 16 14 24 103
21 2024 Indycar Series  Kyffin Simpson  R  12 DNQ 19 14 15 21L 24 27 23 21 97
22 2024 Indycar Series  Agustín Canapino 16 10 15 20 21 22 12 18 22 94
23 2024 Indycar Series  Sting Ray Robb 24 DNQ 18 26 22 16L 21 17 20 16 92
24 2024 Indycar Series  Théo Pourchaire  R  11 22 19 10 13 75
25 2024 Indycar Series  Jack Harvey 17 25 13 18 17 25 25 26 75
26 2024 Indycar Series  Tom Blomqvist  R  15 DNQ 22 19 23 31 46
27 2024 Indycar Series  Nolan Siegel  R  DNQ 20 DNQ 23 12 20 45
28 2024 Indycar Series  Callum Ilott 11 DNQ 11L 39
29 2024 Indycar Series  David Malukas 16 12 32
30 2024 Indycar Series  Luca Ghiotto  R  21 25 22 27 27
31 2024 Indycar Series  Hélio Castroneves 20 25 19 26
32 2024 Indycar Series  Conor Daly 10L 21
33 2024 Indycar Series  Kyle Larson  R  185L 21
34 2024 Indycar Series  Takuma Sato 1410 19
35 2024 Indycar Series  Toby Sowery  R  13 17
36 2024 Indycar Series  Ed Carpenter 17L 14
37 2024 Indycar Series  Tristan Vautier 18 12
38 2024 Indycar Series  Colin Braun  R  20 DNQ 10
39 2024 Indycar Series  Ryan Hunter-Reay 2612 6
40 2024 Indycar Series  Marco Andretti 25 5
41 2024 Indycar Series  Katherine Legge 29 5
Pos Driver STP THE LBH ALA IGP INDY DET ROA LAG MDO IOW TOR GAT POR MIL NSH Pts
Color Result
Gold Winner
Silver 2nd-place finish
Bronze 3rd-place finish
Green Top 5 finish
Light Blue Top 10 finish
Dark Blue Other flagged position
Purple Did not finish
Red Did not qualify (DNQ)
Brown Withdrew (Wth)
Black Disqualified (DSQ)
White Did Not Start (DNS)
Race abandoned (C)
Blank Did not participate
In-line notation
Bold Pole position
(1 point; except Indy)
Italics Ran fastest race lap
L Led race lap
(1 point)
* Led most race laps
(2 points)
1–12 Indy 500 "Fast Twelve"
bonus points
c Qualifying canceled
(no bonus point)
 RY  Rookie of the Year
 R  Rookie

Entrant standings

  • Only full-time entries shown. Light-gray background indicates non-Leader's Circle entry.
Pos Entrant STP LBH ALA IGP INDY DET ROA LAG MDO IOW TOR GAT POR MIL NSH Pts
1 #10 Chip Ganassi Racing 4 3 5L 1L* 5 16L 4L 1L* 2L* 329
2 #12 Team Penske 2 6L 2L 2 242 6 1L 7 11 281
3 #5 Arrow McLaren 1 16 23 13 2L8 7 8 8 1L 259
4 #9 Chip Ganassi Racing 7 1L* 15 4L 3L 1L* 21 6 27 258
5 #26 Andretti Global with Curb-Agajanian 3L 2L 8 7 23 19L 6L 2L 4 249
6 #27 Andretti Global 10 7L 10 11 711 4L 5L 5L 8 234
7 #7 Arrow McLaren 6 10 25 8L 44 5 18 3L 6 226
8 #3 Team Penske 27 26 1L* 6L 6L1* 20 3L* 21 3L 224
9 #60 Meyer Shank Racing 5 9L 4L 10 279 8 14L 11 14 192
10 #2 Team Penske 26 4L 16 17 1L3 26L 2L 19L 25 186
11 #45 Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing 18L 23 6 3L 13L 11L 11 15 7 182
12 #28 Andretti Global 23 5 18 16 32 2 9 10L 5 180
13 #14 A. J. Foyt Enterprises 9 21 7L 27 86 9 15 9 10 174
14 #77 Juncos Hollinger Racing 22 8 12 12 19 23 7 4 23 151
15 #11 Chip Ganassi Racing 25 12 9 5L 30 3 26 22 17 142
16 #6 Arrow McLaren 11 11 22 19 11L 10 13 12 20 142
17 #15 Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing 14 17 11 9L 15 15 10 24 18 139
18 #8 Chip Ganassi Racing 21 13 3L 24 28 22 12 17 15 128
19 #21 Ed Carpenter Racing 8 14 17 26 9L7 14 24 26 19 125
20 #30 Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing 13 24 27 14L 33 13 16 14 24 103
21 #78 Juncos Hollinger Racing 16 15 20 21 22 12 23 18 22 101
22 #20 Ed Carpenter Racing 19 27 24 20 17L 27 20 13 9 100
23 #4 Chip Ganassi Racing 12 19 14 15 21L 24 27 23 21 97
24 #66 Meyer Shank Racing 15 22 19 23 31 25 19 16 12 94
25 #41 A. J. Foyt Enterprises 24 18 26 22 16L 21 17 20 16 92
26 #51 Dale Coyne Racing with Rick Ware Racing 20 20 21 25 29 18 22 27 13 81
27 #18 Dale Coyne Racing 17 25 13 18 DNQ 17 25 25 26 75
Pos Driver STP LBH ALA IGP INDY DET ROA LAG MDO IOW TOR GAT POR MIL NSH Pts

Engine manufacturer standings

Pos Entrant STP LBH ALA IGP INDY DET ROA LAG MDO IOW TOR GAT POR MIL NSH Pts
1 2024 Indycar Series  Chevrolet 1 4 1 2 1 5 1 3 1 718
2 6 2 6 2 6 2 4 3
86PW 60 96PW 68 98FPW 58 95W 67 90W
2 2024 Indycar Series  Honda 3 1 3 1 3 1 4 1 2 714
4 2 4 3 5 2 5 2 4
67 96PW 67 91PW 65 96PW 63P 96PW 73P

See also

Footnotes

References

Sources

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