To call the 2015 season a disappointment for Team Penske would be an understatement. The organization had the positioning to win championships in both IndyCar and NASCAR, but came up empty in both series.
The IndyCar defeat was a tough one: Juan Pablo Montoya had led the standings wire-to-wire but lost the title on a tiebreaker to Scott Dixon because Dixon won the season finale.
This year, as Roger Penske celebrates his 50th season in racing, there was a dedication toward giving The Captain a title.
Team Penske delivered Sunday when Simon Pagenaud won at Sonoma Raceway to wrap his first career IndyCar championship. It was the 14th series title for Penske, which also...