It’s been a wild season for the 2017 IndyCar Series.
As usual, there have been some wild weekends and even more wild moments.
On Saturday, IndyCar will begin its second year of the 10-race season, with the championship race taking place at Michigan International Speedway.
The race, which is also known as the Brickyard 400, will feature some of the best drivers in the sport’s history.
Here are a few things to watch for this weekend: The field has been very strong all season.
The top 10 teams will be racing in the IndyCar playoffs for the first time.
The field includes three drivers with two or more wins and three drivers who each have one win in the top 10.
They’re not only the favorites to win the championship, they are also the favorites at the halfway point.
It will be interesting to see how the field responds to the race.
With all three drivers having two wins and one win each, it would be hard to imagine the field of four being too strong.
But there’s one driver who could still get in the driver’s seat and it’s a driver with plenty of experience.
The driver with the most points is not the only one in the field.
Two of the three drivers in front of him have had one win apiece and have won at least three races each.
The other two have won three races apiece.
And that driver is former IndyCar champion Chip Ganassi.
The Indianapolis 500 champion was one of the top drivers in IndyCar history in 2017 and he’s looking to repeat that this weekend.
The Indy 500 winner will likely have a much stronger lead in points than the driver behind him.
Ganassi, who is known for being a driver that can put up points, may not be the driver of the year.
Ganassas wins have been much more consistent than his wins over the past two seasons.
The best result in those seasons came in 2016 when he led the championship by nearly 30 points.
But he only had two victories during that time.
That year, he was one win shy of finishing fourth in the championship standings.
He was also tied with Kevin Harvick for second place.
But last year, Ganassi had a season where he only finished eighth.
That’s a career-low for him this year.
The second-year driver is also likely to be a factor on Sunday.
He is the only driver in the race who has a winning record in Indy Lights.
He has three wins, two poles, a top five finish and two wins at Indianapolis.
He’s been in the drivers seat since the 2014 season.
And with his history, he’s likely to put up some points.
The most likely driver for the championship is the winner of the Brickhouse 400.
He would likely have the biggest lead in the standings.
But with that said, the field would be difficult to predict.
There’s a good chance that one of these drivers could get the win.
It’s hard to say what will happen on Sunday but it’s possible that one or both drivers could come out on top.
If the field is all set, there’s a chance that the championship will go to the winner, and there’s still a chance of the driver being the one to win.
For the rest of the field, there are some drivers that have some potential to make the podium.
There is a strong chance that a driver could win the Indianapolis 500.
But they’re not likely to win that race.
If that driver has a strong finish at Indy, they could be a contender for the win at the Brickyards.
If one of those drivers is one of them, they might even have the chance to make a statement.
If both drivers are strong, it’s more likely that the drivers will finish second, third or fourth.
The final five drivers will likely be drivers who have done the most for the team in 2017.
They are the drivers that will get the most credit for making the most changes in the team this season.
For those drivers, it will be difficult for the rest to win it all.
But for a few, it could be possible.
It all depends on how the weekend plays out.
Will it be a wild weekend for the drivers?
Will they have a good finish?
Will someone make a bold move to win?
Will the field stay together in the playoffs?
Who will win the title?
Will Ganassi win?
We’ll have to wait and see.