Recent IndyCar Series News
Scott Dixon loves Mid-Ohio. Oakley’s IndyCar star claimed his fourth victory in six years at the track – leaving Will Power in his track dust following the final pitstop. The New Zealander finished a solid 3.5 seconds ahead of the Penske driver for his 29th career series victory. “We’ve had good speed everywhere, but you’ve got to say this place has been really good to us,” Scott said, rocking his Oakley Frogskin sun eyewear, racing base layer and racing boots.
Gustavo Yacaman could be getting used to victory lane. Oakley’s rising IndyCar driver lead for 38 laps en route to an impressive Indy Lights victory at Toronto – effectively tallying his second-ever series triumph. He blazed his way to a glorious first win at Detroit earlier in the season.
Count on Texas to deliver big story lines and big action. After a race that resembled more of a drift contest than an IndyCar event, Oakley star Justin Wilson emerged triumphant at the Firestone 550 following a series of abnormally dramatic events and an abundance of crashes on track. Graham Rahal was more than on his way to cruising to victory after Lap 200, when he took the lead. Fast-forward to less than two laps to go in the race and Justin made the final pass to victory after Rahal’s slam into the Turn 4 wall just a few laps before.