Numbers to note from the Honda Indy 200 -- the 15th race of the Verizon IndyCar Series season:
2 - Times that Scott Dixon has come from 22nd or worse to win a race. Dixon, who came from 22nd starting spot to win at Mid-Ohio, started 23rd at Nazareth when he won his first Indy car race in 2001.
4 - Points separating Will Power and Helio Castroneves in the Verizon IndyCar Series point standings.
5 - Wins for Dixon at Mid-Ohio.
7 - Different teams to win at least one race in 2014.
7.68 - Average running position of winner Scott Dixon during the 90 laps of racing.
10 - Wins by Chip Ganassi Racing at Mid-Ohio...Different race winners in 15 races.
12 - Seasons in which Dixon has won at least one Indy car race.
21 - Laps that Charlie Kimball improved his positions, most of any driver.
33 - Career Indy car pole positions by Sebastien Bourdais, which ties him with Dario Franchitti for seventh all-time.
34 - Career Indy car victories by Scott Dixon, which leads all active drivers and ties him with Al Unser Jr. for sixth all-time.
116 - Career top-five finishes for Dixon, ties him with Tony Kanaan for ninth on the all-time list.
230 - Consecutive starts by Kanaan dating to the 2001 CART race in Portland. Kanaan extended his all-time record.
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