Josef Newgarden knew he had a good car and didn't waste time showing it.
Newgarden dominated at the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course to win the Honda Indy 200 on Sunday for his second straight IndyCar victory. He moved from fourth to first in the series points standings, seven points ahead of Helio Castroneves.
Newgarden led 73 of the 90 laps on the 2.258-mile course to finish 5.156 seconds ahead of Team Penske teammate and pole-sitter Will Power. He also won at Toronto on July 16 and has six career wins, three this season.
"We had an awesome race. It's what we needed," Newgarden said. "This was a good day for Team Penske."
Newgarden showed his...