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Grand Prix of St. Petersburg

Scott Hargrove wins the USF2000 during the Honda Grand Prix of St. Petersburg in St. Petersburg, Fla., on 03/24/2013.

Scott Hargrove sweeps USF2000 races

Will Power’s pit crew works to remove portions of the back of the car as he pits on Lap 81 to repair damage and to replace the right rear tire and repair right mirror.

Will Power finds trouble at Grand Prix

Marco Andretti, right, who finishes third, congratulates Andretti Autosport teammate James Hinchcliffe for his victory. Andretti Autosport’s other driver, E.J. Viso, is seventh after starting 22nd.

A big but disappointing day for de Silvestro

James Perkins takes a photo of the Dan Wheldon monument near Turn 10, which is named for the St. Petersburg resident who won the track’s inaugural IndyCar race in 2005 and died in 2011.

Turn 10 is St. Petersburg course's iconic spot

  1. St. Petersburg race second on 2015 IndyCar schedule

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    IndyCar released its 2015 schedule and the Grand Prix of St. Petersburg is the second race of the series' season.

  2. Grand Prix of St. Petersburg president leaves for Andretti job

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    The Grand Prix of St. Petersburg will go on in March without its longtime president.

    Tim Ramsberger, 52, said he’s pleased with his tenure.
  3. GRAPHIC: Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg course map

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    Use this graphic to explore the course for this weekend's Firestone Grand Prix. Hover over the turns for a turn-by-turn tour with insight from IndyCar's Marco Andretti.

  4. Bourdais hopes success carries over into IndyCar season

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    ST. PETERSBURG — Sebastien Bourdais had seen 24-hour races slip away in the closing minutes before, from driver errors, mechanical breakdowns or sheer bad luck.

    The Action Express team, from left, Joao Barbosa, of Portugal, Sebastien Bourdais, of France, and Christian Fittipaldi, of Brazil, celebrate in Victory Lane after winning the IMSA Series Rolex 24 hour auto race Sunday at Daytona International Speedway.
  5. Will Power finds trouble at Grand Prix

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    ST. PETERSBURG — Will Power ran his fingers through his ruffled hair as he surveyed his scarred No. 12 Chevy and listened to the apology of the one who wrecked it.

    Will Power’s pit crew works to remove portions of the back of the car as he pits on Lap 81 to repair damage and to replace the right rear tire and repair right mirror.

Video: Indy car engines roared to life Friday morning as the Grand Prix of St. Petersburg took to the streets for the three-day event.

 

Map and parking

IndyCar driver Justin Wilson offers a turn-by-turn tour of the course for Sunday's race. Plus, parking and transportation information.

    Honda Grand Prix of St. Petersburg

    James Hinchcliffe won the Honda Grand Prix of St. Petersburg on the city's downtown streets. The streaking cars and the sweeping views made for some fantastic photos, which we're highlighting in this gallery.