Found April 15, 2012 on Indy Racing Revolution:
One day and 14 engine penalties later, INDYCAR has finally revealed the official starting grid for today's Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach (3:30 pm ET, NBC Sports Network). All 11 Chevrolet-powered drivers, plus Lotus-powered drivers Sebastien Bourdais, Katherine Legge and Oriol Servia, have been issued 10-spot penalties on the grid due to unapproved engine changes.

An interesting note: All but one Chevy driver -- Panther Racing's J.R. Hildebrand -- will begin the race on the primary "black" Firestone tires, while all but one Honda driver -- Rahal Letterman Lanigan's Takuma Sato -- will start out on the option "red" tires.

Row 1
10-Dario Franchitti (Honda), 67-Josef Newgarden (Honda)

Row 2
18-Justin Wilson (Honda), 77-Simon Pagenaud (Honda)

Row 3
9-Scott Dixon (Honda), 15-Takuma Sato (Honda)

Row 4
14-Mike Conway (Honda), 38-Graham Rahal (Honda)

Row 5
83-Charlie Kimball (Honda), 98-Alex Tagliani (Lotus)

Row 6
2-Ryan Briscoe (Chevrolet), 12-Will Power (Chevrolet)

Row 7
28-Ryan Hunter-Reay (Chevrolet), 19-James Jakes (Honda)

Row 8
5-E.J. Viso (Chevrolet), 27-James Hinchcliffe (Chevrolet)

Row 9
78-Simona de Silvestro (Lotus), 3-Helio Castroneves (Chevrolet)

Row 10
11-Tony Kanaan (Chevrolet), 4-J.R. Hildebrand (Chevrolet)

Row 11
26-Marco Andretti (Chevrolet), 8-Rubens Barrichello (Chevrolet)

Row 12
22-Oriol Servia (Lotus), 20-Ed Carpenter (Chevrolet)

Row 13
7-Sebastien Bourdais (Lotus), 6-Katherine Legge (Lotus)

Will Power wins Long Beach Grand Prix

Australian Will Power held off a charging Simon Pagenaud to win the Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach on Sunday, Power's second consecutive win in the Izod IndyCar Series. Pagenaud finished second, James Hinchcliffe was third and Tony Kanaan took fourth. With five laps left in the 85-lap race on Long Beach's seaside streets, Power was about five seconds ahead of Pagenaud...

Will Power holds off Simon Pagenaud at Long Beach

Will Power pulled off another stellar drive Sunday, coming from 12th on the grid and holding off a hard-charging Simon Pagenaud in the final laps to win the Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach.Power took control of the lead when Pagenaud made his final pit stop of the day, but the latter was far from finished. After coming out of the pits fourth, Pagenaud quickly disposed of Rubens Barrichello...

INDYCAR: Power, Chevrolet Beat Grid Penalty To Score Long Beach Win

Chevrolet's 11 10-spot grid penalties should have handed the race on a platter to Honda, but Will Power, Chevy and Team Penske did the unimaginable.

Will Power Overcomes Penalty to Win Long Beach Grand Prix

Long Beach, CA -- Will Power might have began the Long Beach Grand Prix twelfth, but after completing 85 laps on the legendary street course, he finished first in a time of 1:54:01.6082.  Power has now won two consecutive races. Power was one of 11 Chevy drivers who were assessed a penalty at the start of the 38th Grand Prix of Long Beach because of unapproved engine changes...

IndyCar: Will Power Wins Second Consecutive Race as Chevrolet Dominates Long Beach

All the Honda engine teams have to be thinking what they have to do to win a race. They were all given a huge advantage in today's race with the 10 spot penalty given to all the Chevrolet teams due to changing engines this week. If there was any race a Honda team was going to win, it was going to be today. That obviously didn't happen. Will Power used a great fuel strategy...

IndyCar: Will Anyone Contend Besides Chevy Teams

The Chevrolet teams mainly Team Penske are dominating this young Izod IndyCar Series season thus far. We've had three races (St. Pete, Barber, and Long Beach) and Team Penske has not only swept all three race wins, but they've had the fastest car in the qualifying sessions as well. The only exception to why they haven't swept all three poles was due to the 10 spot penalty...
IndyCar News
Delivered to your inbox
You'll also receive Yardbarker's daily Top 10, featuring the best sports stories from around the web. Customize your newsletter to get articles on your favorite sports and teams. And the best part? It's free!

Today's Best Stuff
For Bloggers

Join the Yardbarker Network for more promotion, traffic, and money.

Company Info
What is Yardbarker?

Yardbarker is the largest network of sports blogs and pro athlete blogs on the web. This site is the hub of the Yardbarker Network, where our editors and algorithms curate the best sports content from our network and beyond.