Sonsio Grand Prix Returns
Since 2016, the Sonsio Grand Prix has been a staple on the IndyCar schedule. In the past five years, we’ve had six different race winners (due to there being two races here in 2020) and may see another new winner this weekend.
Of all the winners here, only Scott Dixon has multiple victories, and championship leader Will Power is looking for his first win here since 2016.
Let’s check the latest news, stats, reports, and motor sports odds for Sonsio Grand Prix. We’ve plenty of predictions for you to consider.
Less than a month ago, you would’ve been scrutinized if you said Marcus Ericsson would be in the running for the IndyCar World Championship. After starting the season strong with two top-10 finishes, Ericsson had two bad races, finishing 22nd and 12th in back-to-back races.
Since then, he’s bounced back and had a fourth-, a first- and a seventh-place finish in his last three races. This has blasted him up through the field and has put him in second place in the Indycar standings, only three points behind Power .
As the Championship leader, Will Power currently sits as the co-favorite to win the Sonsio Grand Prix at +700. The IndyCar betting lines have last year’s race winner, Alex Palou, at +550.
Power has four top-four finishes in his last five races (fourth, fourth, third, 15th and first). He is hoping to string together back-to-back wins this weekend and extend his championship lead.
Power’s abilities on the track are undeniable. He produced a third-place finish from a first-place start and also got a victory last week after starting 16th. He’s shown he can provide great results from any starting position on the grid.
2022 IndyCar Head-to-Head Results
Power sits ahead in the standings by three points over Marcus Ericsson. Ericsson has recently worked his way up the standings with very solid results in his last few races. Behind the two of them sit Pato O’Ward with one race win and 243 points, 12 behind Power.
Those three drivers have won one race each, and all of them hope they can make it two this weekend at Road America. The only driver who has two race wins this season is Josef Newgarden, who currently sits in fourth place in the standings. The IndyCar betting odds have Newgarden at +700 for this race.
2022 Sonsio Grand Prix Information
- Game: IndyCar Sonsio Grand Prix
- Location: Road America, Plymouth, WI
- Day/Time: Sunday, 12:30 p.m. EST
- Sonsio Grand Prix Live Stream: indycar.com
Sonsio Grand Prix Betting Odds
Alex Palou +550
Will Power +550
Colton Herta +550
Patricio O’Ward +700
Josef Newgarden +700
Scott Dixon +900
Scott McLaughlin +1200
Romain Grosjean +1400
Marcus Ericsson +1600
Alexander Rossi +2000
IndyCar Sonsio Grand Prix Prediction
Since IndyCarreturned to Road America with the Sonsio Grand Prix starting in 2016, Dixon is the only driver to have won the race twice. He won Round 1 here in 2020 after winning the 2017 race at Road America. Dixon is a crafty veteran, and he’s shown he knows how to handle this track in Wisconsin.
Despite three top-five finishes this season, Dixon is still searching for his first victory. I expect him to use that to motivate him to a big race win at the 2022 IndyCar Sonsio Grand Prix.
The IndyCar betting odds currently have him as a +900 underdog, so be sure to take the bet before the odds change.
Pick: Scott Dixon to Win (+900)