Portland Grand Prix

The Grand Prix of Portland is one of IndyCar’s more prominent races and usually takes place in the latter half of the calendar. The race is held at the Portland International Raceway, which has been a part of IndyCar since 1984.

After a ten-year hiatus, the Portland GP returned in 2018. A father-son duel between Mario and Michael Andretti took place here in 1986, which marked the closest finish of any IndyCar race.

Race Information

The race is over.
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  • Course: Portland International Raceway
  • Location: Portland, Oregon, USA
  • Course Length: 1.967 miles (3.166 kilometers)
  • Distance: 110 Laps
  • Date: September 4th, 2022.

Circuit Information

The Portland International Raceway features a perfectly flat course that runs clockwise. A hard chicane at the end of the front straight involves 12 turns, a length of 1.945 miles. The track is classified as an FIA Grade Two circuit.

Carlos Munoz has the IndyCar record for the fastest lap with a time of 58.7403, which he set in 2018 with a Dallara DW12. Will Power set the qualifying record at 0:57.3467 during the same year.

Grand Prix Of Portland Schedule

History of Portland GP

The Portland GP started out in 1984 as part of the CART/Champ Car World Series. Al Unser Jr. of Galles Racing won the inaugural race. However, Portland has been known for the exploits of the Andrettis, Mario and Michael, who combined to win five races here.

The history of the Portland International Raceway goes way back to the 1960s. The earliest races took place in the old city streets in 1961 during the Portland Rose Festival. In 1975, the track hosted the Trans-Am Series. As a historic track, the IndyCar Grand Prix of Portland odds are widely available on the online sports betting site.
Be sure to check the IndyCar odds for all the races. 

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