Juan Pablo Montoya and Oriol Servia gave the new IndyCars two thumbs up Tuesday. ''I think they definitely made the right move at the right time,'' said Montoya, the Colombian who won the Indianapolis 500 twice.
The IndyCar Series is going retro. The driver's side-impact piece that's in this car is moved forward. Two-time Indianapolis 500 champion Juan Pablo Montoya and Spain's Oriol Servia will drive this week.
Josef Newgarden had some fun at hometown star James Hinchcliffe's expense in the Honda Indy Toronto. ''I love beating Hinch in Canada,'' Newgarden said. Newgarden raced to his second Toronto victory in three years Sunday, dominating on the streets surrounding Exhibition Place.