Simon Pagenaud is unsurprisingly at the top of C.J. Radune’s lower-risk lineup, as, with a 43-point lead over second place Will Power, Pagenaud is the favorite to win the championship and Sunday’s race at Sonoma Raceway.
For the first time in six years, IndyCar heads back to Watkins Glen. The new pavement laid at the facility makes it a completely different challenge for contenders like front runner Simon Pagenaud.
Simon Pagenaud has been the strongest driver so far this season, so C.J. Radune expects him to be a contender this week at Texas
Scott Dixon heads C.J. Radune’s higher-risk lineup at Pocono he hasn’t finished worse than ninth at this 2.5 mile oval and won the 2013 edition of this event.
C.J. Radune says that with five wins at Mid-Ohio in his last nine visits, Scott Dixon is the man to beat this weekend and is second in Radune’s lower-risk lineup.
Simon Pagenaud leads C.J. Radune’s lower-risk lineup at Exhibition Place because of his brilliance on these types of circuits in 2016.
Scott Dixon tops C.J. Radune’s Lower-Risk lineup because of his skills on ovals. He won on the Phoenix oval earlier this season and finished eighth in the Indy 500.
Scott Dixon, with one win this season, sits atop C.J. Radune’s higher-risk lineup for the first IndyCar race at Road America since 2007.
Simon Pagenaud has been the strongest driver so far this season, so C.J. Radune expects him to be a contender this week at Texas.
As a former Detroit winner and the only non-Penske driver to win a road course race this season, Scott Dixon is important to C.J. Radune’s lower-risk lineup this week.
In this 100th running of the Indy 500, C.J. Radune says that Frenchman Simon Pagenaud, winner of three straight races, is the man to beat.