Coming into Kansas, a lot of people told me that this place kind of owes me oneScott Dixon wins IRL race in Kansas Apr 26, 2009
Our race car is very similar to our qualifying setupScott Dixon grabs Indy 300 pole position Aug 08, 2008
I think the grid will be a lot more spaced and you will have a lot of roomIndianapolis 500 set for Sunday May 24, 2003
I got a tow off one of the Penske cars that brought that number upIndy 500 pole qualifying rained out May 10, 2003
I think most of us have been concentrating on qualifying speeds the last couple of daysRain washes out IRL qualifying Apr 12, 2003
Scott Ronald Dixon, MNZM (born 22 July 1980) is a New Zealand motor racer who became the most successful all-time driver in the Indy Racing League (IRL) championship in the United States when he won the Honda Indy 200 at Mid-Ohio in August 2009. This took his total to 21 wins. Competing for Chip Ganassi Racing since joining IndyCar, Dixon has won the championship twice, 2003 and 2008, and he won the 92nd Indianapolis 500 in 2008 from pole position.
At Kentucky in August that year he equalled the record for six wins in a season. Known as a consistent race finisher, Dixon has twice in his IndyCar career set the record for finishing the highest number of consecutive races, 28, at Watkins Glen in 2005, and again at Mid-Ohio in 2007 He has been on the podium 48 times from the 90 races he has completed, and his ratio of wins to career starts is the best of alltime regular drivers in the IRL.
Among notable awards won by Dixon are the Jim Clark Trophy (1999, 2001, 2004) which perpetuates the name of the late Formula One world champion Jim Clark, and the Bruce McLaren Trophy (2003, 2008) which is awarded annually by the British Racing Drivers' Club. It perpetuates the name of the late Bruce McLaren , a fellow New Zealander, whose name lives on in the name of the McLaren Racing Team.