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Inside The Box Score – Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach

Numbers to note following the Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach — the second round of the 2014 Verizon Indy Car Series season.

2 - Wins at Long Beach by Mike Conway. He became the sixth driver to win at Long Beach more than once, joining Mario Andretti, Al Unser Jr., Paul Tracy, Alex Zanardi and Sebastien Bourdais.

3 - Sunoco Rookie of the Year candidates in the top 10. Carlos Munoz finished third, Mikhail Aleshin finished sixth and Carlos Huertas finished 10th.

5 - Consecutive Long Beach races led by Ryan Hunter-Reay, who led the most laps in the Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach

6 - Lead changes in the Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach. The previous five races averaged 5.5 lead changes.

9.64 - Average running position of winner Mike Conway for the 80 laps of racing at Long Beach.

12 - Consecutive Indy car seasons that Scott Dixon has led an Indy car series race.

16 - Positions improved by Mike Conway (17th to first), most of any driver in the race.

27 - Laps in which Graham Rahal improved his position – most of any driver in the Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach.

105 - The lead Chevrolet earned in the Manufacturers’ Championship standings by placing three cars in the top-five at Long Beach. Chevrolet leads Honda 247-142.

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