This weekend’s occasion on the 12- turn, 1.964- mile roadway course in Portland, Oregon will make up 110 laps (216 miles). This will be the 29 th IndyCar race at the track.
There have actually been 7 various winners in 15 IndyCar Series races this season: Marcus Ericsson(St. Petersburg), Josef Newgarden(Texas Motor Speedway, Indianapolis 500 and Iowa Speedway), Kyle Kirkwood(Long Beach), Scott McLaughlin(Barber Motorsports Park), Alex Palou(Indianapolis Road Course, Detroit, Road America and Mid-Ohio), Christian Lundgaard(Toronto) and Scott Dixon(Indy Road Course 2 and St Louis).
Palou leads the standings by 74 points. If he entrusts a lead of 54 over Chip Ganassi Racing team-mate Dixon, he ends up being the 2023 champ.
When is the IndyCar race at Portland?
Date: Friday, 1 September– Sunday, 3 September
Race start: 12: 30 pm PT/3: 30 pm ET
Track: 12- turn, 1.964- mile long-term roadway course
Race range: 110 laps/ 216 miles
Firestone tire allocation: Six sets main, 4 sets alternate to be utilized throughout the occasion weekend. Groups fielding a novice motorist might utilize one extra set of main tires. Groups should utilize one set of main and one set of brand-new (sticker label) alternate tires for a minimum of 2 laps in the race.
Qualifying lap record: Will Power, 57.2143 s, 111.048 miles per hour (2018)
Patricio O’Ward, Arrow McLaren SP Chevrolet
Photo by: Phillip Abbott/ Motorsport Images
How can I view the IndyCar race at Portland on television?
NBC’s race protection will start on Sunday at 3: 30 pm ET.
All IndyCar session, certifying and races will stream reside on Peacock, NBC’s livestreaming item.
Portland IndyCar at-track schedule (perpetuity Pacific)
Friday, 1 September
1: 55 -2: 40 pm– Indy NXT practice 1, IndyCar LIVE
3-4: 15 pm– IndyCar practice 1, Peacock
Saturday, 2 September
9-10 am– IndyCar practice 2 (45 minutes green flag or 1 hour overall), Peacock
11: 20 am-12: 05 pm– Indy NXT practice 2, IndyCar LIVE
12: 30 pm– IndyCar certifying (3 rounds of knockouts), Peacock
4: 25 pm– Indy NXT by Firestone certifying, IndyCar LIVE
5: 15 -5: 45 pm– IndyCar last practice, Peacock
Sunday, 3 September
10: 20 am– Indy NXT Grand Prix of Portland (35 laps/ 68.74 miles/ 55 minutes), Peacock
12: 23 pm– “Drivers, begin your engines”
12: 30 pm– IndyCar Grand Prix of Portland (110 laps/21604 miles), NBC (Live)
How can I listen to IndyCar at Portland on the radio?
All IndyCar Series and Indy NXT practices and certifying sessions air reside on network affiliates, SiriusXM 160, racecontrol.indycar.com and the INDYCAR App. Mark Jaynes is the anchor together with motorist expert Davey Hamilton.