The NTT IndyCar Series is back at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course with the field of 27 teams ready for the ninth round of the 2022 season, kicking off the second half of the championship.
Ahead is the Honda Indy 200 at Mid-Ohio, an 80-lap contest that marks the 44th race in series history from the 2.258-mile permanent road course that has narrow turns at high speeds which proves to be a challenge for drivers. Here is the full weekend schedule to know when and where to watch all the on-track activity.
Throughout this year each driver that has led the most laps in a race, for the exception of the ovals, has gone onto to stand atop the podium. That trend may continue as a winner at Mid-Ohio has not led for majority of the race since Simon Pagenaud was at the front of pack for 23 out of the 90 laps in 2016.
Below is the spotter’s guide followed by the pit-assignments for practice, qualifying and the race. Josef Newgarden will have the first stall exiting pit-road for a second consecutive weekend.