(DETROIT, MI) – Four different motorsports series hosted points races this past weekend, as part of the Chevrolet Detroit Belle Isle Grand Prix. Thousands watched as the top drivers in the world competed to earn maximum points.
The headline IndyCar series saw winners in the Dual in Detroit as Sebastien Bourdais moved up from 13th position in Race 1 to pop the champagne and Will Power topped the grid in Sunday’s Race 2. Bourdais was followed across the finish line by Conor Daly and perennial podium resident Juan Pablo Montoya while Power was joined by Simon Pagenaud and Ryan Hunter-Reay.
It was Power’s second win at Detroit in the past three years and Bourdais ran a repeat of last year’s Race 2.
France’s Pagenaud continues to lead the IndyCar series points total with 357 with Scott Dixon is 80 points back while Helio Castroneves occupies 3rd place with 271 points.
The circuit will now move to Fort Worth, TX, for the Firestone 600 on June 11, driving the 1.5-mile oval at the Texas Motor Speedway.