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IndyCar: The 2014 Verizon IndyCar season by the numbers

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Here some numbers of note regarding the 2014 Verizon IndyCar series season, which saw Team Penske’s Will Power, take the title.

From indycar.com

1
Chief mechanic for Team Penske’s last four IndyVar titles: Matt Jonsson, who also won titles with Gil de Ferran (CART series 2000, 2001) and Sam Hornish Jr. (2006).

2
Drivers to finish the season without a Did Not Finish: Will Power and Ryan Briscoe.

3
Number of races won by both Will Power and Ryan Hunter-Reay, tied for most of any driver.

Also, consecutive manufacturers titles for Chevrolet.

4
Number of teams to win races in each season in which the Verizon IndyCar series has used the Dallara IR-12 chassis (Team Penske, Chip Ganassi Racing, Andretti Autosport, Dale Coyne Racing).

5.59
Average running position of Will Power in the 2014 season.

7
Number of different teams to win races in the 2014 season.

11
Number of different winners in 18 races.

Also, number of top-five finishes recorded by Scott Dixon in 2014.

69.2
Percentage of races led by Will Power since 2012. Power has led at least one lap in 36 of 52 races in the last three seasons.

99.95
Percentage of laps completed by Will Power, who completed 2,394 of 2,395 possible laps, most of any Verizon IndyCar series driver in 2014.

247
Laps led by Tony Kanaan at Iowa, the most by a driver who didn’t win the race.

623
Laps led by Will Power in 2014, most of any driver.