Images of Scott Dixon’s 51st Career IndyCar Victory From Texas Motor Speedway

Scott Dixon moved to within one win of second place on the all-time IndyCar wins list with his win in the Genesys 300 at Texas Motor Speedway on May 1.

The win was Dixon’s 51st in IndyCar. Mario Andretti is next on the list with 52, and A.J. Foyt holds the all-time lead with 67 victories.

Fellow Kiwi Scott McLaughlin finished second, 0.2646 second back, and Pato O’Ward completed the podium. Alex Palou, who won the last time out at St. Petersburg, Florida, was fourth, and Graham Rahal rounded out the top 5.

Dixon led 206 of the 212 laps. Pole sitter Alex Palou led the other six laps.

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Celebrations are always a little bigger in Texas. Just as Saturday night IndyCar winner Scott Dixon.

Scott Dixon crosses the finish line at Texas on Saturday night.

Scott Dixon showed the way at Texas Motor Speedway on his way to his 51st career IndyCar victory.

Scott Dixon easily outdistanced runner-up Scott McLaughlin on Saturday night.

IndyCar rookie and New Zealander Scott McLaughlin finished second for Team Penske at Texas.

Pato O’Ward completed the podium at Texas on Saturday night in the first race of the weekend doubleheader at Texas Motor Speedway.

Alex Palou, left, gave Scott Dixon a challenge early, but Dixon went on to lead 206 of the 212 laps.

Rush hour took on a new meaning at Texas Motor Speedway during Saturday’s Genesys 300 NTT IndyCar Series race.

Alex Palou, who already has one win this season, won the pole for the Genesys before finishing fourth in the race.

Graham Rahal rounded out the top five for Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing at Texas Motor Speedway on Saturday night.

Pietro Fittipaldi and two-time Indy 500 winner Takuma Sato battle in Texas on Saturday.

James Hinchcliffe was one of just three cars not running at the end of the race. He went out after contact on Lap 159 of the 212-lap race to finish the 24-car race in 23rd position. Sebastian Bourdais (contact), Colton Herta (mechanical) were the only other drivers out early.


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