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5-27
Indy Speedway
Dean Stoneman
6-26
7-16
7-31
9-11
4-02
Kyle Kaiser
5-14
Indy Speedway
Dean Stoneman
3-13
Felix Rosenqvist
Felix Rosenqvist
4-24
Santiago Urrutia
7-10
9-10
Date
Location
Pole Sitter
Winner
Team
Juncos Racing
Belardi Auto Racing
SPM
Andretti Autosport
Andretti Autosport
Winning
3-12
Kyle Kaiser
Felix Serralles
Carlin Racing
Ed Jones
Ed Jones
Kyle Kaiser
4-23
Ed Jones
Carlin Racing
Ed Jones
5-13
Indy Speedway
Ed Jones
Carlin Racing
Ed Jones
Ed Jones
Santiago Urrutia
Felix Rosenqvist
Belardi Auto Racing
SPM w/Curb-Agaj
Felix Rosenqvist
Felix Rosenqvist
Belardi Auto Racing
Felix Rosenqvist
Ed Jones
7-17
Santiago Urutia
Santiago Urutia
Schmidt Peterson
Schmidt Peterson
Santiago Urutia
Felix Serralles
Carlin Racing
Ed Jones
Santiago Urutia
7-30
Zach Veach
Kyle Kaiser
Juncos Racing
Belardi Auto Racing
Kyle Kaiser
Ed Jones
The Mazda Road to Indy is an open-wheel racing series with
three divisions.  The purpose of the series is to train young
talented drivers in reaching the IndyCar series.

Drivers usually begin in the
USF2000 division; move up to the  
Pro Mazda division, and finally to the Indy Lights division.

The best drivers from Indy Lights may then advance to the top
rung of open-wheel racing -
IndyCar!

The series often race at IndyCar events.

More Info on the Mazda Road To Indy series
6-25
Zach Veach
Belardi Auto Racing
Zach Veach
Anthony Martin
Parker Thompson
Aaron Teliz
Yufeng Luo
Parker Thompson
Pato O'Ward
Jordan Lloyd
Pato O'Ward
Pato O'Ward
Parker Thompson
Pato O'Ward
Anthony Martin
Pato O'Ward
Anthony Martin
Parker Thompson
Aaron Telitz
Victor Franzoni
Aaron Telitz
Aaron Telitz
Anthony Martin
Anthony Martin
Nico Jamin
Nico Jamin
Victor Franzoni
Victor Franzoni
Pato O'Ward
Nicolas Dapero
Anthony Martin
Aaron Telitz
Winner
Winner
2016 Race Schedule & Race Winner
                                                                         SCHEDULE NOTES

On the heels of a successful debut of the Mazda-powered Dallara IL-15, Indy Lights will see an expanded schedule of 18 races in
2016 with the addition of three new circuits – Phoenix International Raceway, Road America and the Streets of Boston. The
blend of three ovals, three street circuit and five road course events will include doubleheader rounds at all street and road
course venues with the exception of the Boston race.

A new qualifying feature – the Cooper Tires Lightning Round – will also debut at select circuits next year featuring the top three
drivers from qualifying in a one-lap shootout on a new, softer compound Cooper RS3 racing slick for the coveted Cooper Tires
Pole Award.

All but one event will be in support of the Verizon IndyCar Series as the season finale for all three Mazda Road to Indy ladder
series will take place at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca in September.

The focal point in the 2016 schedule will be the month of May at Indianapolis. The Grand Prix of Indianapolis, which proved
popular with fans and racers alike during its inaugural running in 2014, will continue to feature all three Mazda Road to Indy
series at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway road course. Two weeks later, the crown jewel of the Indy Lights season – the
Freedom 100 –  will continue to be the traditional 100-mile race on Carb Day at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway oval.
                                   TELEVISION

Indy Lights will continue to enjoy one-hour race broadcasts on the NBCSN
as well as live broadcasts on
indycar.com and the INDYCAR app from
Verizon.

All races will feature live streaming on indycar.com,
usf2000.com and the
RoadtoIndy.TV App including pre- and post-race coverage in the shows.
Additional coverage such as post-race press conferences and special
events will be streamed on the series website and the RoadtoIndy.TV App.

The popular RoadToIndy.TV will continue to provide behind-the-scenes
access to all competitors on the Mazda Road to Indy.

ESPN International holds the broadcast rights to the Indy Lights Series.
Races will air on these networks in the following countries:

SPORTSNET – Canada

ESPN – Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Dominican
Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua,
Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Uruguay and Venezuela

SPEED – Australia

SKY SPORT – New Zealand


                                       RADIO
All Indy Lights races will be carried live on the IMS Radio Network to Sirius
XM Satellite Radio, indycar.com,
indycarradio.com and the INDYCAR app
from Verizon.
Track Length

1.8 mile     14 turn
1 mile
2.38 mile   17 turn
2.5 mile     14 turn
2.5 mile
4 mile           14 turn
0.9 mile
1.72 mile    11 turn
2.26 mile    13 turn
2.24 mile     11 turn
Race Track Details
Conversion Chart:
1    mile   =  1.61 kilometer
1.5 mile   =  2.4 kilometer
2    mile  =  3.22 kilometer
2.5 mile  =  4.02 kilometer
City         State       

St. Petersburg Florida
Avondale, AZ
Birmingham Alabama
Indianapolis Indiana
Indianapolis Indiana
Elkhart Lake WI
Newton Iowa
Toronto Canada
Lexington Ohio
Monterey California
Course Type

Street Circuit
Oval
Road Course
Road Course
Oval
Road Course
Tri-Oval
Street Circuit
Street Circuit
Road Course
Track                                     

Street circuit
Phoenix Raceway
Barber Motorsports Park
IMS Road Course
Indianapolis Motor Speedway
Road America
Iowa Speedway
Street circuit
Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course
Laguna Seca
5-27
Clermont IN
Lucas Oil Raceway Park
4-22
Pato O'Ward
Anthony Martin
Aaron Telitz
2016 Champions
INDY LIGHTS
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