This weekend’s occasion on the 12-turn, 1.964-mile street course in Portland, Oregon will comprise 110 laps (216 miles). This would be the twenty ninth IndyCar race on the monitor.
There have been seven completely different winners in 15 IndyCar Sequence races this season: Marcus Ericsson (St. Petersburg), Josef Newgarden (Texas Motor Speedway, Indianapolis 500 and Iowa Speedway), Kyle Kirkwood (Lengthy Seaside), Scott McLaughlin (Barber Motorsports Park), Alex Palou (Indianapolis Street Course, Detroit, Street America and Mid-Ohio), Christian Lundgaard (Toronto) and Scott Dixon (Indy Street Course 2 and St Louis).
Palou leads the standings by 74 factors. If he leaves with a lead of 54 over Chip Ganassi Racing team-mate Dixon, he turns into the 2023 champion.
When is the IndyCar race at Portland?
Date: Friday, 1 September – Sunday, 3 September
Race begin: 12:30pm PT/3:30pm ET
Observe: 12-turn, 1.964-mile everlasting street course
Race distance: 110 laps / 216 miles
Firestone tire allotment: Six units major, 4 units alternate for use through the occasion weekend. Groups fielding a rookie driver could use one extra set of major tires. Groups should use one set of major and one set of latest (sticker) alternate tires for a minimum of two laps within the race.
How can I watch the IndyCar race at Portland on TV?
NBC’s race protection will start on Sunday at 3:30pm ET.
All IndyCar apply periods, qualifying and races will stream reside on Peacock, NBC’s livestreaming product.
Portland IndyCar at-track schedule (all occasions Pacific)
Friday, 1 September
1:55-2:40pm – Indy NXT apply 1, IndyCar LIVE
3-4:15pm – IndyCar apply 1, Peacock
Saturday, 2 September
9-10am – IndyCar apply 2 (45 minutes inexperienced flag or 1 hour complete), Peacock
11:20am-12:05pm – Indy NXT apply 2, IndyCar LIVE
12:30pm – IndyCar qualifying (three rounds of knockouts), Peacock
4:25pm – Indy NXT by Firestone qualifying, IndyCar LIVE
5:15-5:45pm – IndyCar remaining apply, Peacock
Sunday, 3 September
10:20am – Indy NXT Grand Prix of Portland (35 laps / 68.74 miles / 55 minutes), Peacock
12:23pm – “Drivers, begin your engines”
12:30pm – IndyCar Grand Prix of Portland (110 laps/216.04 miles), NBC (Dwell)
How can I take heed to IndyCar at Portland on the radio?
All IndyCar Sequence and Indy NXT practices and qualifying periods air reside on community associates, SiriusXM 160, racecontrol.indycar.com and the INDYCAR App. Mark Jaynes is the anchor alongside driver analyst Davey Hamilton.
Entry listing for the IndyCar BITNILE.COM Grand Prix of Portland