Mike Conway sat back and watched and waited as several contenders and pre-race favorites gradually crashed out and made way for him to capture the 40th Toyota grand Prix of Long Beach. Conway wound up defeating Will Power while pre-race favorites Juan Pablo Montoya finished fourth and four-time winner Sebastian Bourdais finished 14th. Carlos Munoz finished third.
Mike Conway celebrates his second Long Beach victory in the last four years.[/caption]
Despite the victory, Power continues to lead the IndyCar points standings with 93 to Conway’s 66, followed by Simon Pagenaud in third with 60 points.