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Date
Location
Pole Sitter
Winner
Winning Team
3-09
3-10

3-23
3-24

5-10
5-11
5-24
5-24

6-22
6-23

7-13
7-14

7/27
7-28

8-24

8-31
9-01

9-21
9-22
Zachary Claman
Oliver Askew
Belardi Auto Racing
Junkos Racing


The 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  
Indy Pro 2000 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 Road To Indy series
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2019 Race Schedule & Race Winner
                                                                  SCHEDULE NOTES


The focal point in the 2019 schedule will be the month of May at Indianapolis.

The Grand Prix of Indianapolis will continue to feature all three 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.  

That same day, the Indy Pro 2000 and USF2000 series will race down the road at the oval at the Lucas Oil Raceway in nearby
Claremont Indiana.

An exciting addition to the 2019 Indy Lights schedule is the Circuit of the Americas road course in Austin Texas.
Unfortunately, this race comes at the expense of losing Barber Motorsports Park in Alabama from the Indy Lights schedule.

The Iowa oval track was dropped from the schedule this year.

USF2000 joins the other two series racing on the street course in Toronto this year.

Laguna Seca has been added to all three series' schedule this year.
 TELEVISION

Indy Lights will continue to enjoy one-hour race broadcasts on the NBC
Sports Network (NBCSN).  Some races may be shown tape delayed.

Beginning in 2019, NBCSN offers
IndyCar Pass, a subscription streaming
service that brings you all Indy Light races as well as all IndyCar practice,
qualifying and races - LIVE, On-Demand and Commercial-Free!  $55/year.

You can watch practices, qualifying, pre and post-race live on:
Indycar Race Control Web Site
Indycar's YouTube Channel  and
RoadtoIndy.TV  Web Site or smart phone app



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

1.8 mile     14 turn
3.41 mile   20 turn
2.5 mile     14 turn
2.5 mile
4 mile           14 turn
1.72 mile    11 turn
2.26 mile    13 turn
1.25 mile
2 miile         12 turn
2.238 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
Austin Texas
Indianapolis Indiana
Indianapolis Indiana
Elkhart Lake WI
Toronto Canada
Lexington Ohio
Madison Illinois
Portland Oregon
Monterey CA
Course Type

Street Circuit
Road Course
Road Course
Oval
Road Course
Street Circuit
Street Circuit
Oval
Road Course
Road Course
Track                                     

Street circuit
Circuit of the Americas
IMS Road Course
Indianapolis Motor Speedway
Road America
Street circuit
Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course
Gateway Motorsports Park
Portland International Raceway
Laguna Seca
2018 Champions
Indy Lights
Mazda Pro
US F2000
Pato O'Ward
Rinus Van Kalmthout
Kyle Kirkwood
Click on Winners' Names for Race Results