2007 Indy Pro Series season

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The 2007 Indy Racing League Indy Pro Series started on Saturday March 24 at Homestead-Miami Speedway. The season's premiere race was the Freedom 100 on May 25 at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. The season finale was held at Chicagoland Speedway on September 9. All races were broadcast via tape delay on ESPN2.

2007 schedule[edit]

  • Not all race names and sponsors are officially announced.
Round Date Race Name Location Winner
1 March 24 Miami 100 Homestead-Miami Speedway United Kingdom Alex Lloyd
2 March 31 Grand Prix St. Petersburg Streets of St. Petersburg United Kingdom Alex Lloyd
3 April 1 United Kingdom Alex Lloyd
4 May 25 Freedom 100 Indianapolis Motor Speedway United Kingdom Alex Lloyd
5 June 2 Milwaukee 100 The Milwaukee Mile United Kingdom Alex Lloyd
6 June 16 Liberty Challenge Indianapolis Motor Speedway Japan Hideki Mutoh
7 June 17 United States Bobby Wilson
8 June 23 Iowa 100 Iowa Speedway United Kingdom Alex Lloyd
9 July 7 Corning 100 Watkins Glen International New Zealand Wade Cunningham
10 July 8 Glen 100 United Kingdom Alex Lloyd
11 July 14 Sun Belt Rentals 100 Nashville Superspeedway United States Robbie Pecorari
12 July 22 Mid-Ohio 100 Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course United States Richard Antinucci
13 August 11 Kentucky 100 Kentucky Speedway Japan Hideki Mutoh
14 August 25 Carneros 100 Infineon Raceway United Kingdom Alex Lloyd
15 August 26 Valley of the Moon 100 United States Richard Antinucci
16 September 9 Chicagoland 100 Chicagoland Speedway United States Logan Gomez

Season notes[edit]

  • On January 12, 2007 the Indy Racing League announced a new wing package for the Indy Pro Series.[1]
  • Indy Pro Series teams and drivers competed for 3.7 million dollars, a 24 percent increase from 2006.[2]
  • A record 25 cars entered the Miami 100 on March 24.

Drivers and teams[edit]

  • The following teams and driver combinations have been confirmed. This list is considered tentative, and is subject to change prior to and during the season.
Team Chassis Tire No. Drivers Notes
United States Team Moore Racing Dallara Firestone 2 Canada Tom Wood
United States Jonathan Klein
United States Travis Gregg
Wood retired after injury, Klein became full-time driver
Gregg injury replacement for Klein later in season
United States RLR Andersen Racing Dallara Firestone 5 United States Andrew Prendeville  
15 Australia Joey Scarallo
United States J. R. Hildebrand
Hildebrand for final 3 races
United States Andretti Green Racing/AFS Dallara Firestone 11 Brazil Jaime Camara  
27 New Zealand Wade Cunningham  
United States Target Chip Ganassi Racing Dallara Firestone 9 United States Chris Festa  
10 Argentina Pablo Pérez Companc Injured, no replacement driver
United States Super Aguri Panther Racing Dallara Firestone 55 Japan Hideki Mutoh  
United States Brian Stewart Racing Dallara Firestone 1 United States Bobby Wilson  
3 United States Brad Jaeger  
33 Canada Shane Jantzi Partial schedule
United States Cheever Racing Dallara Firestone 51 United States Richard Antinucci Road courses only
United States Team KMA Racing Dallara Firestone 13 United States Robbie Pecorari  
United States Guthrie Racing Dallara Firestone 4 United States Sean Guthrie  
40 United States Tom Wieringa
Netherlands Arie Luyendyk Jr.
 
United States SWE Racing Dallara Firestone 34 United States Jon Brownson  
43 United States Jimmy Kite Chicagoland only
United States Kenn Hardley Racing Dallara Firestone 24 South Africa Stephen Simpson  
United States Michael Crawford Motorsports Dallara Firestone 6 United States Steve Ablondi
United States C. R. Crews
New Zealand Marc Williams
8 United States Shane Lewis
United States Matt Jaskol
United States Doug Boyer
United States Ben Petter
United States P. J. Abbott
 
United States Mile High Motorsports Dallara Firestone 54 United States Mickey Gilbert  
United States Playa Del Racing Dallara Firestone 12 United States A. J. Russell
United States Philip Giebler
United States Al Unser III
United States Sean Guthrie
Giebler on road courses, Unser on ovals
Guthrie in when his car was being repaired
United States Apex Racing Dallara Firestone 52 Canada Ken Losch  
53 United States Mike Potekhen  
United States Sam Schmidt Motorsports Dallara Firestone 7 United Kingdom Alex Lloyd  
23 United States Logan Gomez  
38 United States Ryan Justice Part-time
57 United States Leilani Munter Kentucky & Chicagoland only
United States SpeedWorks Dallara Firestone 44 United Kingdom Jay Howard
United States Daniel Herrington
United States Adam Andretti
Howard let go after 3 races
Herrington on road courses only
Andretti Chicagoland only

Race summaries[edit]

Round 1 of 16: Miami 100[edit]

  • Saturday March 24, 2007
  • Homestead-Miami Speedway, Homestead, Florida
  • Race weather: 78 °F, fair skies
  • Pole position winner: #9 Chris Festa 28.5455 sec 187.280 mph (301.398 km/h)
  • Race Summary: The race which saw a Pro Series record 25 entries was marred by two major incidents. The first occurred when Wade Cunningham lost control of his car. Ryan Justice made contact with a large piece of debris from Cunningham's car and made hard contact with the wall at the exit of turn 2. He was unconscious as he was removed from the car but regained consciousness on the way to the infield care center. The next incident came just two laps after the end of the lengthy caution following the first incident. Sean Guthrie and Pablo Pérez Companc made contact between turns one and two and Perez's car launched over Guthrie's and into the catch fence. Perez was transported to the hospital with leg injuries. The race was prematurely ended after 57 laps due to damage to the catch fence from the second incident with Alex Lloyd leading and gaining his first IPS victory on an oval.
Top Five Finishers
Fin.
Pos
St.
Pos
Car
No.
Driver Team Laps Time Laps
Led
Points
1 2 7 United Kingdom Alex Lloyd Sam Schmidt Motorsports 57 0:57:45.9637 27 52
2 1 9 United States Chris Festa Chip Ganassi Racing 57 +0.7971 22 41
3 3 55 Japan Hideki Mutoh Super Aguri Panther Racing 57 +2.0759 0 35
4 24 11 Brazil Jaime Camara Andretti Green Racing 57 +2.9581 0 32
5 21 5 United States Andrew Prendeville RLR Andersen Racing 57 +5.6602 0 30
Race average speed: 87.918 mph (141.490 km/h)
Lead changes: 5 between 3 drivers
Cautions: 3 for 36 laps

Round 2 of 16: St. Petersburg Grand Prix 1[edit]

  • Saturday March 31, 2007
  • Streets of St. Petersburg, St. Petersburg, Florida
  • Race weather: 80 °F, mostly sunny
  • Pole position winner: #7 Alex Lloyd 1:07.1404 sec 96.514 mph (155.324 km/h)
  • Race Summary: Alex Lloyd dominated the first race at St. Petersburg leading all 40 laps of the race and winning from pole position. Lloyd held off Super Aguri Panther Racing's Hideki Mutoh for the final 22 laps. Mutoh had the best chance to take the win away from Lloyd but it just was not meant to be. Lloyd now has 3 wins in a row dating back to the final race of 2006.
Top Five Finishers
Fin.
Pos
St.
Pos
Car
No.
Driver Team Laps Time Laps
Led
Points
1 1 7 United Kingdom Alex Lloyd Sam Schmidt Motorsports 40 0:56:59.2967 40 53
2 24 55 Japan Hideki Mutoh Super Aguri Panther Racing 40 +1.6038 0 40
3 7 2 United States Jonathan Klein Team Moore Racing 40 +8.3402 0 35
4 5 24 South Africa Stephen Simpson Kenn Hardley Racing 40 +9.3671 0 32
5 3 44 United Kingdom Jay Howard SpeedWorks 40 +16.1795 0 30
Race average speed: 75.805 mph (121.996 km/h)
Lead changes: 0 between 1 driver
Cautions: 3 for 14 laps

Round 3 of 16: St. Petersburg Grand Prix 2[edit]

  • Saturday April 1, 2007
  • Streets of St. Petersburg, St. Petersburg, Florida
  • Race weather: 79 °F, sunny
  • Pole position winner: Bobby Wilson Top 6 finishers from Race 1 inverted
  • Race Summary: Alex Lloyd had the car to beat in St. Petersburg, winning both races of the double-header. Lloydhad to start race 2 from 6th place because of the inverted field after race 1, but that didn't stop him from getting to the front. On lap 21 of 40 Lloyd took the lead and was never to lose it, winning now the first 3 races of 2007.
Top Five Finishers
Fin.
Pos
St.
Pos
Car
No.
Driver Team Laps Time Laps
Led
Points
1 6 7 United Kingdom Alex Lloyd Sam Schmidt Motorsports 40 0:58:35.8707 19 50
2 9 27 New Zealand Wade Cunningham Andretti Green Racing/AFS 40 +0.2542 0 40
3 1 1 United States Bobby Wilson Brian Stewart Racing 40 +0.3308 1 35
4 5 55 Japan Hideki Mutoh Super Aguri Panther Racing 40 +1.6818 0 32
5 7 13 United States Robbie Pecorari Team KMA Racing 40 +2.7977 0 30
Race average speed: 73.723 mph (118.646 km/h)
Lead changes: 2 between 3 drivers
Cautions: 5 for 18 laps

Round 4 of 16: Freedom 100[edit]

Top Five Finishers
Fin.
Pos
St.
Pos
Car
No.
Driver Team Laps Time Laps
Led
Points
1 2 7 United Kingdom Alex Lloyd Sam Schmidt Motorsports 40 0:46:39.6029 40 50
2 7 9 United States Chris Festa Chip Ganassi Racing 40 +0.4131 0 40
3 18 11 Brazil Jaime Camara AFS/Andretti Green 40 +1.2815 0 35
4 10 5 United States Andrew Prendeville RLR Andersen Racing 40 +1.7873 0 32
5 4 55 Japan Hideki Mutoh Super Aguri Panther 40 +2.5715 0 30
Race average speed: 128.590 mph (206.946 km/h)
Lead changes: 0 between 0 drivers
Cautions: 4 for 16 laps

Round 5 of 16: Road Runner 100[edit]

  • Saturday June 2, 2007
  • Milwaukee Mile, West Allis, Wisconsin
  • Race weather: 76 °F (24 °C), partly cloudy
  • Pole position winner: #7 Alex Lloyd 146.077 mph (235.088 km/h)
  • Race Summary: On turn 2 of the first lap Hideki Mutoh spun in front of most of the field, collecting 5 cars including Jaime Camara and Chris Festa. Jon Brownson shortly after the restart on lap 11. On lap 17 the race restarted and ran green until lap 81, during which time leader Alex Lloyd was able to pull out a 4 second lead on his closest pursuer Mike Potekhen and lap all but 3 of his competitors, cruising to his 5th straight victory to start the season. Lloyd now holds the league record for consecutive wins and sits second on the series all-time wins list.
Top Five Finishers
Fin.
Pos
St.
Pos
Car
No.
Driver Team Laps Time Laps
Led
Points
1 1 7 United Kingdom Alex Lloyd Sam Schmidt Motorsports 100 0:55:55.5643 100 50
2 4 53 United States Mike Potekhen Apex Racing 100 +2.2826 0 40
3 2 2 United States Jonathan Klein Team Moore Racing 100 +2.4395 0 35
4 9 4 United States Sean Guthrie U.S. Pro Racing 100 +14.0423 0 32
5 17 1 United States Bobby Wilson Brian Stewart Racing 99 +1 lap 0 30
Race average speed: 108.894 mph (175.248 km/h)
Lead changes: 0 between 0 drivers
Cautions: 3 for 22 laps

Round 6 of 16: Liberty Challenge Race 1[edit]

Top Five Finishers
Fin.
Pos
St.
Pos
Car
No.
Driver Team Laps Time Laps
Led
Points
1 1 55 Japan Hideki Mutoh Super Aguri Panther 18 0:26:09.8910 18 53
2 2 7 United Kingdom Alex Lloyd Sam Schmidt Motorsports 18 +6.2730 0 40
3 2 11 Brazil Jaime Camara Andretti Green/AFS Racing 18 +10.9900 0 35
4 8 27 New Zealand Wade Cunningham AFS Racing 18 +12.8240 0 32
5 6 24 South Africa Stephen Simpson Kenn Hardley Racing 18 +13.2260 0 30
Race average speed: 107.320 mph (172.715 km/h)
Lead changes: 0 between 0 drivers
Cautions: 0 for 0 laps

Round 7 of 16: Liberty Challenge Race 2[edit]

Top Five Finishers
Fin.
Pos
St.
Pos
Car
No.
Driver Team Laps Time Laps
Led
Points
1 2 1 United States Bobby Wilson Brian Stewart Racing 18 0:28:40.9170 18 52
2 7 7 United Kingdom Alex Lloyd Sam Schmidt Motorsports 18 +10.5260 0 40
3 8 55 Japan Hideki Mutoh Super Aguri Panther 18 +13.1470 0 35
4 1 38 United States Ryan Justice Sam Schmidt Motorsports 18 +13.1500 0 33
5 6 11 Brazil Jaime Camara Andretti Green/AFS Racing 18 +13.6130 0 30
Race average speed: 97.901 mph (157.556 km/h)
Lead changes: 0 between 0 drivers
Cautions: 1 for 3 laps

Round 8 of 16: Iowa 100[edit]

  • Saturday June 23, 2007
  • Iowa Speedway, Newton, Iowa
  • Race weather: 68 °F (20 °C), overcast, humid
  • Pole position winner: #27 Wade Cunningham 19.9522 sec 161.306 mph (259.597 km/h)
  • Race Summary: Wade Cunningham started from the pole and led the first 104 of the 115 laps, but was passed on the bottom by Alex Lloyd, who pulled away to capture his sixth victory of the season. On lap 79, Sean Guthrie lost control on the front straight while running fourth and lapping Mike Potekhen and shot across the infield and slammed into the inside wall. He walked away from the incident on his own power, but underwent X-Rays and was diagnosed with a displaced fracture of his left foot. Lloyd now has more Pro Series wins than any other driver.
Top Five Finishers
Fin.
Pos
St.
Pos
Car
No.
Driver Team Laps Time Laps
Led
Points
1 2 7 United Kingdom Alex Lloyd Sam Schmidt Motorsports 115 0:53:18.7234 10 50
2 1 27 New Zealand Wade Cunningham AFS Racing 115 +0.3927 105 43
3 8 55 Japan Hideki Mutoh Super Aguri Panther 115 +2.0990 0 35
4 12 38 United States Ryan Justice Sam Schmidt Motorsports 115 +3.4352 0 32
5 13 13 United States Robbie Pecorari Team KMA Racing 115 +6.0188 0 30
Race average speed: 115.707 mph (186.212 km/h)
Lead changes: 1 between 2 drivers
Cautions: 4 for 32 laps

Round 9 of 16: Corning Twin 100's Race 1[edit]

Top Five Finishers
Fin.
Pos
St.
Pos
Car
No.
Driver Team Laps Time Laps
Led
Points
1 1 27 New Zealand Wade Cunningham AFS Racing 29 0:55:19.2394 29 53
2 4 55 Japan Hideki Mutoh Super Aguri Panther 29 +0.0758 0 40
3 2 7 United Kingdom Alex Lloyd Sam Schmidt Motorsports 29 +3.2013 0 35
4 5 12 United States Phil Giebler Playa Del Racing 29 +10.5847 0 32
5 10 1 United States Bobby Wilson Brian Stewart Racing 29 +10.7416 0 30
Race average speed: 105.997 mph (170.586 km/h)
Lead changes: none
Cautions: 2 for 5 laps

Round 10 of 16: Corning Twin 100's Race 2[edit]

Top Five Finishers
Fin.
Pos
St.
Pos
Car
No.
Driver Team Laps Time Laps
Led
Points
1 4 7 United Kingdom Alex Lloyd Sam Schmidt Motorsports 29 0:52:28.2245 26 52
2 6 27 New Zealand Wade Cunningham AGR-AFS Racing 29 +4.7194 0 40
3 1 44 United States Daniel Herrington SpeedWorks 29 +16.3398 3 35
4 3 12 United States Phil Giebler Playa Del Racing 29 +23.8961 0 32
5 8 51 United States Richard Antinucci Cheever Racing 29 +26.2453 0 30
Race average speed: 111.754 mph (179.851 km/h)
Lead changes: 1 between 2 drivers
Cautions: 1 for 3 laps

Round 11 of 16: Sun Belt Rentals 100[edit]

Top Five Finishers
Fin.
Pos
St.
Pos
Car
No.
Driver Team Laps Time Laps
Led
Points
1 3 13 United States Robbie Pecorari Team KMA Racing 77 0:52:56.3282 22 50
2 9 23 United States Logan Gomez Sam Schmidt Motorsports 77 +0.2226 0 40
3 8 11 Brazil Jaime Camara AGR-AFS Racing 77 +1.3941 0 35
4 2 27 New Zealand Wade Cunningham AGR-AFS Racing 77 +2.0087 1 32
5 11 2 United States Jonathan Klein Team Moore Racing 77 +2.2211 0 30
Race average speed: 113.452 mph (182.583 km/h)
Lead changes: 5 between 3 drivers
Cautions: 3 for 25 laps

Round 12 of 16: Mid Ohio 100[edit]

Top Five Finishers
Fin.
Pos
St.
Pos
Car
No.
Driver Team Laps Time Laps
Led
Points
1 4 51 United States Richard Antinucci Cheever Racing 40 0:51:40.7399 25 52
2 6 27 New Zealand Wade Cunningham AGR-AFS Racing 40 +0.9588 0 40
3 2 24 South Africa Stephen Simpson Kenn Hardley Racing 40 +9.1590 0 35
4 3 5 United States Andrew Prendeville RLR/Andersen Racing 40 +10.5676 0 32
5 9 55 Japan Hideki Mutoh Super Aguri Panther 40 +11.4918 0 30
Race average speed: 104.863 mph (168.761 km/h)
Lead changes: 1 between 2 drivers
Cautions: 1 for 2 laps

Round 13 of 16: Kentucky 100[edit]

Top Five Finishers
Fin.
Pos
St.
Pos
Car
No.
Driver Team Laps Time Laps
Led
Points
1 1 55 Japan Hideki Mutoh Super Aguri Panther 67 0:54:01.6259 66 53
2 2 7 United Kingdom Alex Lloyd Sam Schmidt Motorsports 67 +0.1032 0 40
3 3 27 New Zealand Wade Cunningham AGR-AFS Racing 67 +0.1567 1 35
4 6 9 United States Chris Festa Chip Ganassi Racing 67 +0.4246 0 32
5 20 11 Brazil Jaime Camara AGR-AFS Racing 67 +0.5673 0 30
Race average speed: 110.123 mph (177.226 km/h)
Lead changes: 2 between 2 drivers
Cautions: 2 for 32 laps

Round 14 of 16: Carneros 100[edit]

Top Five Finishers
Fin.
Pos
St.
Pos
Car
No.
Driver Team Laps Time Laps
Led
Points
1 2 7 United Kingdom Alex Lloyd Sam Schmidt Motorsports 30 0:45:28.8873 30 53
2 1 51 United States Richard Antinucci Cheever Racing 30 +0.8927 0 40
3 4 53 United States Mike Potekhen Apex Racing 30 +5.6988 0 35
4 3 24 South Africa Stephen Simpson Kenn Hardley Racing 30 +6.5361 0 32
5 7 11 Brazil Jaime Camara AGR-AFS Racing 30 +13.7964 0 30
Race average speed: 91.026 mph (146.492 km/h)
Lead changes: 0
Cautions: 2 for 4 laps

Round 15 of 16: Valley of the Moon 100[edit]

  • Sunday August 26, 2007
  • Infineon Raceway, Sonoma, California
  • Race weather: 71 °F, mostly sunny
  • Pole position winner: #38 Ryan Justice (8th place in Race 1)
  • Race Summary: The first eight positions from the first race were inverted to determine the grid for race 2. Alex Lloyd's car had engine trouble on the pace lap and he failed to start the race. Richard Antinucci steadily climbed through the field from the seventh starting position, eventually finding his way past polesitter Ryan Justice on lap 18 to take the lead and capture his second win of the season.
Top Five Finishers
Fin.
Pos
St.
Pos
Car
No.
Driver Team Laps Time Laps
Led
Points
1 7 51 United States Richard Antinucci Cheever Racing 30 0:42:20.0000 12 50
2 1 38 United States Ryan Justice Sam Schmidt Motorsports 30 +1.7400 18 43
3 2 5 United States Andrew Prendeville RLR-Andersen Racing 30 +2.2703 0 35
4 2 23 United States Logan Gomez Sam Schmidt Motorsports 30 +6.9949 0 32
5 5 24 South Africa Stephen Simpson Kenn Hardley Racing 30 +7.5331 0 30
Race average speed: 97.770 mph (157.346 km/h)
Lead changes: 1 between 2 drivers
Cautions: 0 for 0 laps

Round 16 of 16: Chicagoland 100[edit]

  • Sunday September 9, 2007
  • Chicagoland Speedway, Joliet, Illinois
  • Race weather: 75 °F, sunny
  • Pole position winner: #7 Alex Lloyd 28.7799 sec 190.133 mph (305.989 km/h)
  • Race Summary: The Sam Schmidt Motorsports cars of champion Alex Lloyd and Logan Gomez battled for the lead with Robbie Pecorari throughout the race, which was slowed by two extended caution flags, the first caused by a major crash involving Chris Festa and Jaime Camara and the second involving Travis Gregg and Wade Cunningham. Gomez led his teammate entering the final lap. Lloyd mounted a challenge and the two cars briefly touched exiting turn four and Gomez was able to hold off Lloyd for his first Pro Series victory by a mere 0.0005 sec. The league claims that this finish is the closest in motor racing history.[3]
Top Five Finishers
Fin.
Pos
St.
Pos
Car
No.
Driver Team Laps Time Laps
Led
Points
1 4 23 United States Logan Gomez Sam Schmidt Motorsports 67 0:56:10.8201 22 50
2 1 7 United Kingdom Alex Lloyd Sam Schmidt Motorsports 67 +0.0005 38 43
3 7 13 United States Robbie Pecorari Team KMA Motorsports 67 +1.2821 0 35
4 11 1 United States Bobby Wilson Brian Stewart Racing 67 +1.3000 0 32
5 16 53 United States Mike Potekhen Apex Racing 67 +1.3824 0 30
Race average speed: 108.764 mph (175.039 km/h)
Lead changes: 9 between 4 drivers
Cautions: 5 for 33 laps

Driver Standings[edit]

Pos Driver HMS
United States
STP
United States
INDY
United States
MIL
United States
IMS
United States
IOW
United States
WGL
United States
NAS
United States
MDO
United States
KTY
United States
SNM
United States
CHI
United States
Pts
1 United Kingdom Alex Lloyd 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 3 1 11 22 2 1 DNS 2 652
2 Japan Hideki Mutoh 3 2 4 5 19 1 3 3 2 6 6 5 1 19 10 481
3 New Zealand Wade Cunningham 24 9 2 23 12 4 21 2 1 2 4 2 3 16 11 17 423
4 United States Bobby Wilson 6 6 3 22 5 7 1 9 5 12 15 6 18 17 14 4 393
5 United States Mike Potekhen 7 11 22 6 2 10 8 12 9 7 19 9 7 3 8 5 379
6 Brazil Jaime Camara 4 23 8 3 17 3 5 21 7 10 3 8 5 5 17 20 373
7 United States Logan Gomez 16 14 18 12 18 9 6 6 14 15 2 10 13 6 4 1 368
8 United States Robbie Pecorari 8 7 5 11 14 24 19 5 22 11 1 7 8 18 22 3 344
9 South Africa Stephen Simpson 11 4 20 14 22 5 11 19 12 13 7 3 11 4 5 12 312
10 United States Chris Festa 2 8 12 2 21 11 14 16 21 17 9 13 4 13 19 19 313
11 United States Andrew Prendeville 5 13 17 4 20 21 20 14 10 8 20 4 17 7 3 21 306
12 United States Jonathan Klein 3 14 10 3 19 7 18 11 9 4 19 9 6 15 304
13 United States Ryan Justice 25 13 6 8 4 4 23 23 8 11 15 8 2 276
14 United States Sean Guthrie 19 16 23 19 4 13 12 20 15 16 14 12 6 12 13 6 274
15 United States Richard Antinucci 19 15 9 6 8 5 1 2 1 273
16 United States Brad Jaeger 13 12 19 21 10 16 22 17 13 14 12 14 9 10 9 11 260
17 Canada Ken Losch 14 22 10 24 13 17 16 11 19 19 10 17 12 15 15 9 239
18 Australia Joey Scarallo 21 15 9 20 8 18 13 13 16 20 18 18 20 184
19 United States Jon Brownson 15 17 16 9 11 23 17 22 20 24 21 19 8 171
20 United States Phil Giebler 24 7 12 15 4 4 14 12 163
21 United States Tom Wieringa 12 20 21 16 16 25 18 15 21 23 14 DNS 137
22 United States C. R. Crews 9 10 6 18 18 15 109
23 United States Daniel Herrington 22 10 6 3 20 101
24 United States Matt Jaskol 18 13 7 11 7 100
25 United States Micky Gilbert 22 21 11 15 15 24 21 16 95
26 United States Al Unser III 8 7 7 13 93
27 New Zealand Mark Williams 17 9 20 25 8 16 88
28 United Kingdom Jay Howard 10 5 24 56
29 United States P. J. Abbott 15 17 7 54
30 United States Doug Boyer 14 23 DNS 21 16 52
31 United States Ben Petter 10 14 36
32 United States Travis Gregg 10 16 34
33 United States Leilani Münter 16 13 31
34 United States Steve Ablondi 20 18 22
35 Netherlands Arie Luyendyk Jr. 17 22 21
36 United States Jimmy Kite 10 20
37 United States J. R. Hildebrand 22 20 18
38 Canada Tom Wood 17 13
39 Argentina Pablo Pérez Companc 18 12
40 Canada Shane Jantzi 18 12
41 United States Adam Andretti 18 12
42 United States Shane Lewis 20 10
43 United States A. J. Russell 23 7
Pos Driver HMS
United States
STP
United States
INDY
United States
MIL
United States
IMS
United States
IOW
United States
WGL
United States
NAS
United States
MDO
United States
KTY
United States
SNM
United States
CHI
United States
Pts
Color Result
Gold Winner
Silver 2nd place
Bronze 3rd place
Green 4th & 5th place
Light Blue 6th–10th place
Dark Blue Finished
(Outside Top 10)
Purple Did not finish
Red Did not qualify
(DNQ)
Brown Withdrawn
(Wth)
Black Disqualified
(DSQ)
White Did not start
(DNS)
Blank Did not
participate
(DNP)
Not competing
In-line notation
Bold Pole position
(1 point)
Italics Ran fastest race lap
* Led most race laps
(2 points)
1 Qualifying cancelled
no bonus point awarded
Rookie of the Year
Rookie
Position 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33
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 4 3 3 3 3 3 3 3
  • Ties in points broken by number of wins, or best finishes.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ New aerodynamic package for '07 :: Indy Racing League Indy Pro Series
  2. ^ Purse upped to almost $4 million :: Indy Racing League Indy Pro Series
  3. ^ To the fourth degree, IndyCar.com, Sept 13, 2007

External links[edit]