Texas Motor Speedway
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DXC Technology 600
09Jun
Race Complete
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On-Track Schedule

Jun8
Friday
Practice 1
12:30 - 2:00 PM
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Jun8
Friday
Qualifications
4:00 - 5:00 PM
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Jun8
Friday
Practice Final
7:15 PM - 8:15 PM
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Jun9
Saturday
Race
8:00 - 11:00 PM
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Telecast Schedule

Jun8
Friday
Practice 1
12:30 - 2:00 PM
Jun8
Friday
Qualifications
4:00 - 5:00 PM
Jun8
Friday
Practice-Final
7:15 - 8:15 PM
Jun9
Saturday
Race
8:00 - 11:00 PM

Podium

1st
Scott Dixon
Chip Ganassi Racing
2nd
Simon Pagenaud
Team Penske
3rd
Alexander Rossi
Andretti Autosport

Race Recap

FORT WORTH, Texas – Scott Dixon put a stranglehold on the second half of the DXC Technology, leading the final 119 laps at Texas Motor Speedway to win and move into sole possession of third place on the all-time Indy car victory list.

Dixon, driving the No. 9 PNC Bank Chip Ganassi Racing Honda, won by 4.2943 seconds over Team Penske’s Simon Pagenaud to collect win No. 43 in his 18-year career. The four-time Verizon IndyCar Series champion had moved into a tie for career wins with Michael Andretti just a week ago when he won the first race of the Chevrolet Detroit Grand Prix doubleheader on June 2.

Starting seventh, Dixon methodically climbed his way toward the front. He took the race lead for the first time on Lap 130 of 248 on the high-banked oval hosting its 30th Verizon IndyCar Series race since the track opened in 1997.

The 37-year-old New Zealander didn’t surrender the point the rest of the way to pick up his third win at Texas Motor Speedway. The others came in 2008 and 2015.

Alexander Rossi finished third in the No. 27 NAPA AUTO PARTS Honda for Andretti Autosport, with James Hinchcliffe finishing fourth in the No. 5 Arrow Electronics Schmidt Peterson Motorsports Honda.

The race saw a total of 686 on-track passes and three caution periods. Matheus “Matt” Leist pulled off track with flames shooting from the back of his No. 4 ABC Supply AJ Foyt Racing Chevrolet on Lap 7. There wasn’t another yellow until Lap 173, when Robert Wickens and Ed Carpenter touched heading into Turn 3, sending both cars into the SAFER Barrier.

The final caution flag waved on Lap 205, when Will Power and Zachary Claman De Melo collided in Turn 4, ending the night for both drivers. None of the drivers was injured in any incident.

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About the track

Texas Motor Speedway

Repaved and redesigned in 2017, Texas Motor Speedway features 20 degrees of banking in Turns 1 and 2 and 24 degrees of banking in Turns 3 and 4 and the wide (minimum 60 feet) racing surface has produced many memorable moments since the series began racing at the 1.5-mile oval in 1997.



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Past track winners

Scott Dixon / 2018
Will Power / 2017
Graham Rahal / 2016
Scott Dixon / 2015
Ed Carpenter / 2014
Helio Castroneves / 2013
Justin Wilson / 2012
Will Power / 2011
Dario Franchitti / 2011
Ryan Briscoe / 2010
Helio Castroneves / 2009
Scott Dixon / 2008
Sam Hornish, Jr. / 2007
Helio Castroneves / 2006
Tomas Scheckter / 2005
Helio Castroneves / 2004
Tony Kanaan / 2004
Gil de Ferran / 2003
Al Unser, Jr. / 2003
Sam Hornish, Jr. / 2002
Jeff Ward / 2002
Sam Hornish, Jr. / 2001
Scott Sharp / 2001
Scott Goodyear / 2000
Scott Sharp / 2000
Mark Dismore / 1999
Scott Goodyear / 1999
John Paul, Jr. / 1998
Billy Boat / 1998
Arie Luyendyk / 1997

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