Telemetry Center

The Telemetry Center is a fact page where you can come to find information on the Verizon IndyCar Series, such as a driver's last win, amount of podiums, top fives, top tens, Fast Six appearances and so on. This page will be updated throughout the season.

Driver Abbreviations:
These abbreviations will be used on Twitter when tweeting results during a session, whether it be a practice, qualifying or race. The abbreviations will take the first three letters of a drivers last name unless there is a better abbreviation for a driver or to avoid confusion with another driver. 

Marco Andretti= AND
Oliver Askew= ASK
Ed Carpenter= CAR
Max Chilton= CHI
Conor Daly= DAL
Scott Dixon= DIX
Marcus Ericsson= ERI
Santino Ferrucci= FER
Jack Harvey= HAR
Colton Herta= HER
Ryan Hunter-Reay= RHR
Tony Kanaan= KAN
Josef Newgarden= NEW
Patricio O'Ward= OWA
Simon Pagenaud= PAG
Álex Palou= PAL
Will Power= POW
Graham Rahal= RAH
Felix Rosenqvist= FRO
Alexander Rossi= RSI
Takuma Sato= SAT
Zach Veach= VEA
Rinus VeeKay= RVK

Other 2020 Drivers:
Fernando Alonso= ALO
Sébastien Bourdais= BOU
Helio Castroneves= HCN
RC Enerson= ENE
Ben Hanley= HAN
JR Hildebrand= HIL
James Hinchcliffe= HIN
Kyle Kaiser= KAI
Sage Karam= KRM
Charlie Kimball= KIM
Jordan King= KIN
Pippa Mann= MAN
Spencer Pigot= PIG
Oriol Servià= SER

Other Drivers:
Mikhail Aleshin= ALE
Townsend Bell= BEL
René Binder= BIN
Matthew Brabham= BRA
Ryan Briscoe= BRI
Alfonso Celis, Jr.  = CEL
Gabby Chaves= CHA
Zachary Claman DeMelo= ZCD
Stefano Coletti= COL
Mike Conway= CON
James Davison= DAV
Simona de Silvestro= SdS
Francesco Dracone= DRA
Luca Filippi= FIL
Pietro Fittipaldi= FIT
Esteban Gutiérrez= GUT
Jack Hawksworth= HAW
Jay Howard= HOW
Carlos Huertas- HUE
James Jakes= JAK
Ed Jones= JON
Buddy Lazier= LAZ
Matheus Leist= LEI
Juan Pablo Montoya= JPM
Rocky Moran, Jr.= MOR
Carlos Muñoz= MUÑ
Danica Patrick= PAT
Martin Plowman= PLO
Sebastián Saavedra= SAA
Alex Tagliani= TAG
Tristan Vautier= VAU
Jacques Villeneuve= VIL
Robert Wickens= WIC
Stefan Wilson= SWI

2019 Stats

Wins


Podiums


Top Fives


Top Tens


Poles


Fast Six Appearances


Fast Twelve Appearances


Races Led


Laps Led


Fastest Laps


Average Finish


Have Not Run Majority of Races


Average Start


Have Not Run Majority of Races


Full-Course Cautions
St. Petersburg:  for  of 110 laps
Austin:  for  of 60 laps
Barber:  for  of 90 laps
Long Beach:  for  of 85 laps
Grand Prix of Indianapolis:  for  of 85 laps
Indianapolis 500:  for  of 200 laps
Belle Isle 1:  for  of 70 laps
Belle Isle 2:  for  of 70 laps
Texas:  for  of 248 laps
Road America:  for  of 55 laps
Richmond:  for  of 300 laps
Toronto:  for  of 85 laps
Iowa:  for  of 300 laps
Mid-Ohio:  for  of 90 laps
Gateway:  for  of 248 laps
Portland:  for  of 105 laps
Laguna Seca:  for  of 90 laps
Total: for  of 110 laps

IndyCar Milestones Reached in 2020:



Possible IndyCar Milestones in 2020:
Sébastien Bourdais needs to lead 47 laps to reach the 2,700 laps led milestone.

Ryan Hunter-Reay needs to lead 55 laps to reach the 1,600 laps led milestone.

James Hinchcliffe needs to lead 24 laps to reach the 800 laps led milestone.

Ryan Briscoe needs to lead 58 laps to reach the 1,500 laps led milestone.

Ed Carpenter needs to lead 16 laps to reach the 400 laps led milestone.

Graham Rahal needs to lead 12 laps to reach the 400 laps led milestone.

Active Winners (Note: *= Indianapolis One-Off)
Scott Dixon- 46
Sébastien Bourdais- 37
Will Power- 37
Helio Castroneves- 30
Ryan Hunter-Reay- 18
Tony Kanaan- 17
Juan Pablo Montoya- 15
Simon Pagenaud- 14
Josef Newgarden- 14
Buddy Lazier- 8*
Ryan Briscoe- 7
Justin Wilson- 7
Alexander Rossi- 7
Graham Rahal- 6
James Hinchcliffe- 6
Jacques Villeneuve- 5*
Takuma Sato- 5
Mike Conway- 4
Ed Carpenter- 3
Marco Andretti- 2
Alex Tagliani- 1*
Oriol Servià- 1
Charlie Kimball- 1
Carlos Huertas- 1
Carlos Muñoz- 1
Colton Herta - 1

Most Recent Victories (Note: 204 races post-reunification, PRU. Since 2008. These aren't starts since last victory, rather amount of races)
Colton Herta: Laguna Seca 2019 (Most Recent Winner)
Will Power: Portland 2019 (1 race since last victory)
Takuma Sato: Gateway 2019 (2)
Scott Dixon: Mid-Ohio 2019 (4)
Josef Newgarden: Iowa 2019 (5)
Simon Pagenaud: Toronto 2019 (6)
Alexander Rossi: Road America 2019 (7)
Ryan Hunter-Reay: Sonoma 2018 (17)
James Hinchcliffe: Iowa 2018 (23)
Sébastien Bourdais: St. Petersburg 2018 (33)
Helio Castroneves: Iowa 2017 (40)
Graham Rahal: Belle Isle 2 2017 (43)
Juan Pablo Montoya: St. Petersburg 2016 (66)
Carlos Muñoz: Belle Isle 1 2015 (76)
Tony Kanaan: Fontana 2014 (83)
Mike Conway: Toronto 2 2014 (86)
Carlos Huertas: Houston 1 2014 (92)
Ed Carpenter: Texas 2014 (93)
Charlie Kimball: Mid-Ohio 2013 (106)
Ryan Briscoe: Sonoma 2012 (122)
Record for most starts between victories: 124. Graham Rahal (St. Petersburg 2008 – Fontana 2015).
Marco Andretti: Iowa 2011 (143)
Oriol Servià: Montreal 2005 (235. 31 ChampCar races, 204 PRU)
Alex Tagliani: Road America 2004 (251. 47 ChampCar races, 204 PRU)
Buddy Lazier: Kentucky 2001 (302. 98 IRL races, 204 PRU)

Active Pole Winners (Most recent in parenthesis)
Will Power- 57 (Mid-Ohio 2019)
Helio Castroneves- 50 (Road America 2017)
Sébastien Bourdais- 34 (Phoenix 2018)
Scott Dixon- 28 (Indianapolis 2017)
Tony Kanaan- 15 (Las Vegas 2011)
Juan Pablo Montoya- 15 (Pocono 2014)
Simon Pagenaud- 13 (Iowa 2019)
Ryan Briscoe- 12 (Indianapolis 2012)
Takuma Sato- 9 (Texas 2019)
Justin Wilson- 8 (Toronto 2010)
Alex Tagliani- 8 (Texas 2012)
Josef Newgarden- 8 (Gateway 2019)
Ryan Hunter-Reay- 7 (Sonoma 2018)
Jacques Villeneuve- 6 (Laguna Seca 1995)
Alexander Rossi- 6 (Belle Isle 1 2019)
Marco Andretti- 5 (Belle Isle 1 2018)
Ed Carpenter- 4 (Indianapolis 2018)
Graham Rahal- 3 (Belle Isle 1 2017)
Colton Herta - 3 (Laguna Seca 2019)
Oriol Servià- 1 (Surfers Paradise 2005)
Mike Conway- 1 (Belle Isle 1 2013)
Sebastián Saavedra- 1 (Grand Prix of Indianapolis 2014)
James Hinchcliffe- 1 (Indianapolis 2016)
Carlos Muñoz- 1 (Texas 2016)
Mikhail Aleshin- 1 (Pocono 2016)
Charlie Kimball- 1 (Texas 2017)
Robert Wickens - 1 (St. Petersburg 2018)
Felix Rosenqvist - 1 (Grand Prix of Indianapolis 2019)

Active Winners from Pole Position
Sébastien Bourdais - 18 (Toronto 1 2014)
Will Power - 16 (Grand Prix of Indianapolis 2018)
Helio Castroneves - 12 (Motegi 2010)
Scott Dixon - 12 (Watkins Glen 2016)
Juan Pablo Montoya - 6 (Pocono 2014)
Simon Pagenaud - 5 (Indianapolis 2019)
Alexander Rossi - 4 (Long Beach 2019)
Tony Kanaan - 3 (Richmond 2008)
Ryan Hunter-Reay - 3 (Barber 2013)
Ryan Briscoe - 2 (Texas 2010)
Josef Newgarden - 2 (Road America 2018)
Jacques Villeneuve - 1 (Road America 1995)
Justin Wilson - 1 (Mexico City 2005)
Graham Rahal - 1 (Belle Isle 1 2017)
Takuma Sato - 1 (Barber 2019)
Simon Pagenaud - 1 (Toronto 2019)
Colton Herta - 1 (Laguna Seca 2019)

List of 500-mile Race Winners
A.J. Foyt- 9
Al Unser- 8
Rick Mears- 8
Bobby Unser- 8
Johnny Rutherford- 5
Will Power- 5
Juan Pablo Montoya- 4
Danny Sullivan- 4
Louis Meyer- 3
Mauri Rose- 3
Wilbur Shaw- 3
Hélio Castroneves- 3
Dario Franchitti- 3
Mario Andretti- 3
Jimmy Vasser- 3
Al Unser, Jr.- 3
Gordon Johncock- 3
Tony Kanaan- 3
Emerson Fittipaldi- 3
Tommy Milton- 2
Bill Vukovich- 2
Rodger Ward- 2
Arie Luyendyk- 2
Dan Wheldon- 2
Mark Donohue- 2
Joe Leonard- 2
Michael Andretti- 2
Scott Goodyear- 2
Bobby Rahal- 2
Tom Sneva- 2
Ryan Hunter-Reay- 2
Alexander Rossi- 2
Ray Harroun- 1
Joe Dawson- 1
Jules Goux- 1
René Thomas- 1
Ralph DePalma- 1
Dario Resta- 1
Howdy Wilcox- 1
Gaston Chevrolet- 1
Jimmy Murphy- 1
L.L. Corum- 1
Joe Boyer- 1
Pete DePaolo- 1
Frank Lockhart- 1
George Souders- 1
Ray Keech- 1
Billy Arnold- 1
Louis Schneider- 1
Fred Frame- 1
Bill Cummings- 1
Kelly Petillo- 1
Floyd Roberts- 1
Floyd Davis- 1
George Robson- 1
Bill Holland- 1
Johnnie Parsons- 1
Lee Wallard- 1
Troy Ruttman- 1
Bill Sweikert- 1
Pat Flaherty- 1
Sam Hanks- 1
Jimmy Bryan- 1
Jim Rathmann- 1
Parnelli Jones- 1
Jim Clark- 1
Graham Hill- 1
Jacques Villeneuve- 1
Buddy Lazier- 1
Eddie Cheever- 1
Kenny Bräck- 1
Buddy Rice- 1
Gil de Ferran- 1
Sam Hornish, Jr.- 1
Scott Dixon- 1
Mark Blundell- 1
Adrián Fernández- 1
Christian Fittipaldi- 1
Cristiano da Matta- 1
Patrick Carpentier- 1
Ed Carpenter- 1
Teo Fabi- 1
Pancho Carter- 1
John Paul, Jr.- 1
Nigel Mansell- 1
Scott Pruett- 1
André Ribeiro- 1
Alex Zanardi- 1
Greg Moore- 1
Jim McElreath- 1
Roger McCluskey- 1
Wally Dallenbach- 1
Earl Cooper- 1
Johnny Aitken- 1
Graham Rahal- 1
Takuma Sato- 1
Simon Pagenaud - 1

Birthday Winners
Dario Resta: August 19, 1916. Turned thirty-four years old and won at Chicago's Speedway Park.
Joe Boyer: May 30, 1924. Turned thirty-five years old and won the Indianapolis 500, splitting the ride with L.L. Corum.
Lou Moore: September 12, 1931. Turned twenty-seven years old and won at Syracuse.
Tony Bettenhausen: September 12, 1953. Turned thirty-seven years old and won at Syracuse.
Al Unser: May 29, 1971. Turned thirty-two years old and won the Indianapolis 500.
Nigel Mansell: August 8, 1993. Turned forty years old and won at New Hampshire.
Sam Hornish, Jr.: July 2, 2006. Turned twenty-seven years old and won at Kansas Speedway.
Scott Dixon: July 22, 2007. Turned twenty-seven years old and won at Mid-Ohio.
Dan Wheldon: June 22, 2008. Turned thirty years old and won at Iowa.

Palm Sunday Winners (since 1946)
1958- Trenton: Len Sutton (1st career win).
1960- Trenton: Rodger Ward
1964- Phoenix: AJ Foyt (1)
1968- Phoenix: Bobby Unser (1)
1973- Trenton: AJ Foyt (2), Mario Andretti (1). Two 150-mile heats.
1974- Trenton: Bobby Unser (2)
1979- Texas World: AJ Foyt (3)
1984- Phoenix: Tom Sneva
1987- Phoenix: Roberto Guerrero (1st career win).
1990- Phoenix: Rick Mears
1992- Long Beach: Danny Sullivan
1993- Phoenix: Mario Andretti (2) (Final career win).
1995- Long Beach: Al Unser, Jr.
1996- Surfers Paradise: Jimmy Vasser
1997- Phoenix: Jim Guthrie (1st and only career win)
1998- Long Beach: Alex Zanardi
1999- Phoenix: Scott Goodyear
2000- Long Beach: Paul Tracy (1)
2001- Long Beach: Helio Castroneves (1), Homestead: Sam Hornish, Jr. (1). CART/IRL Split.
2002- Homestead: Sam Hornish, Jr. (2)
2003- Motegi: Scott Sharp, Long Beach: Paul Tracy (2) CART/IRL Split.
2006- Long Beach: Sébastien Bourdais
2007- St. Petersburg: Helio Castroneves (2)
2009- St. Petersburg: Ryan Briscoe
2011- Long Beach: Mike Conway (1st career win).
2012- Barber: Will Power
2013- St. Petersburg: James Hinchcliffe (1st career win).
2014- Long Beach: Mike Conway (2)
2015- St. Petersburg: Juan Pablo Montoya
2017- Long Beach: James Hinchcliffe (2)
2019- Long Beach: Alexander Rossi

1-2 Rookie Finishes
Mont-Tremblant 2007: Robert Doornbos and Neel Jani
Surfers Paradise 2003: Ryan Hunter-Reay and Darren Manning
Michigan 2002: Tomas Scheckter and Buddy Rice
Orlando 1996: Buzz Calkins and Tony Stewart
Sacramento 1959: Jim Hurtubise and Cotton Farmer