The IndyCar Series wraps up an eventful weekend of racing with the second yearly Big Machine Music City Grand Prix in the streets of Nashville.
Team Penske’s Scott McLaughlin is on the pole for Sunday’s race, which lasts 80 laps.
Hometown favourite Josef Newgarden begins 6th.
Observe along with our live updates underneath.
UPDATE: The race will not start off at 2:30 p.m. CT, as thunderstorms in the place initiated a lightning hold. The maintain was lifted at 2:33 p.m.
Begin TIME UPDATE: Engines will hearth at 4:05 p.m. CT. The race will be revealed on CNBC.
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Lap 80: Dixon retains off a closing demand from McLaughlin to earn the New music Metropolis Grand Prix!
Lap 78: Environmentally friendly! Scott Dixon prospects Scott McLaughlin. They have backed up powering the leader, with Herta and Rossi inside the top rated 5!
Lap 75: RESTART! Caution! Red FLAG! Grosjean is pressured into the wall by an incoming Josef Newgarden into switch 9. Grosjean is performed for the working day. Scott Dixon still potential customers Scott McLaughlin. How is Alexander Rossi is 5th?
Lap 72: Caution! Jimmie Johnson has spun and it appears to be like the entrance suspension is damaged. At the close of the bridge, heading towards downtown and turn 4. Massive call
Lap 70: Scott Dixon clears the area in the restart, with Lundgaard settled into next. McLaughlin propels himself to 3rd, with Palou in 4th. Herta shed numerous places on the restart.
Lap 68: Newgarden pits for tires from the lead. Scott Dixon will direct Lundgaard, Alex Palou and Colton Herta. Pole sitter Scott McLaughlin sits 5th.
Lap 65: Warning! Kyle Kirkwood and David Malukas crash into the flip 9 barrier after colliding into the inside of wall whilst staying within the major 10. Challenging result for the two rookies. Both out of their vehicles.
Lap 64: Christian Lundgaard is inside a 2nd of Scott Dixon for 2nd. Josef Newgarden’s guide is 3.7 seconds. Can he final 42 laps on these tires?
Lap 63: Good catch by the NBC cameras, showing Palou clipping his left entrance wing while passing Electric power in Lap 58.
Lap 60: Colton Herta undertaking a Marcus Ericsson 2.? He goes to 5th and is tracking guiding Palou. Newgarden qualified prospects Dixon and Christian Lundgaard.
Lap 58: Kyle Kirkwood is penalized for leaping the begin. Palou passes Electrical power above the bridge for 4th. Newgarden’s lead is 1 next.
Lap 57: Josef Newgarden cycles to the lead and will distinct Scott Dixon, Christian Lundgaard, Will Energy and Palou, who was the chief but was caught out all through inexperienced flag stops prior to the caution.
Lap 53: Caution! Graham Rahal and Rinus VeeKay into the barrier in switch 4. Jimmie Johnson just misses the crash.
Lap 48: Colton Herta was the initially vehicle to have difficulties nowadays. He is back again on the direct lap, is now 10th and pushing for much more.
Lap 45: McLaughlin ahead of Pagenaud for 2nd. Palou has 1.4 next lead.
Lap 41: Palou locks it up but retains on to the direct at the restart. But they are backed up driving him. Pagenaud 2nd, with McLaughlin to 3rd.
Lap 34: Another multi-incident sequence and a fourth caution. Callum Ilott and Alexander Rossi get collected into a runoff space around change 9, when Devlin DeFrancesco and Takuma Sato are in the wall at switch 10. The previous two will continue on, while the latter two have a ton of injury.
Lap 33: Long warning time period. Let’s re-concentrate: Alex Palou qualified prospects Simon Pagenaud, David Malukas, Scott McLaughlin and Jimmie Johnson to the inexperienced.
Lap 28: Rahal hits the wall on the bridge but can make it to pit highway. He receives a new wing and new tires, but stops yet again just off pit highway. O’Ward is out.
Lap 27: Wow. Graham Rahal runs into Pato O’Ward and both of those stall out powering Will Energy. Rahal’s front wing is dragging less than the front stop. Guiding them, a few cars and trucks get on the brakes and get some injury. A lot going on.
Helio Castroneves, Callum Ilott, Dalton Kellett, Simona De Silvestro amongst these with make contact with in the back again conclusion of that. Scott Dixon might have gotten some hurt far too.
Lap 26: Palou qualified prospects at the restart, with Simon Pagenaud passing Jimmie Johnson for 2nd. Scott McLaughlin, who has led the initially 23 laps, is 5th.
Lap 24: Palou will cycle into the lead immediately after most of the leaders pit throughout the caution.
Lap 22: Alex Palou pits from 3rd. Helio Castroneves has spun in flip 3 and has stalled, bringing out the 2nd warning of the day.
Lap 16: McLaughlin is 1.4 seconds ahead of Grosjean, with stops coming in just the up coming 10 laps or so for those people who have not however pitted.
Lap 11: McLaughlin proceeds to guide just after the restart.
Lap 8: Alexander Rossi, who experienced currently stopped on tactic, receives turned close to at change 10 and stalls out. To start with warning of the working day. Scott McLaughlin leads Romain Grosjean, Alex Palou, Christian Lundgaard and Pato O’Ward.
Lap 3: Colton Herta is into the wall in turn 4, attempting to wedge himself by Dalton Kellett. Herta’s entrance wing is all torn up.
LAP 1: Environmentally friendly flag! Scott McLaughlin leads into the 1st turn.
Weather UPDATE:IndyCar in Nashville: Lightning hold lifted as Audio Town Grand Prix commence time pushed back