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2020 Celebrity Family Feud example (Men's, Ep 2)

Example, the next episode aired on June 21, 2019. The final is held at Richmond Raceway. The track is returning for the first time since the 2009 season.

Who was ineligible to race IndyCar, if you had to be 18 years of age before 2009? Patricio O'Ward, Jirayu La-ongmanee, Colton Herta, Santino Ferrucci, Felix Rosenqvist, for example.

Who doesn't exist before 2009? Volcarona (Ganassi), Beartic (Coyne), Amoonguss (Arrow McLaren), Decidueye (Andretti), for example.

Standings

The standings entering Richmond's comeback race!!!!!! from Road America are:

  1. Simon Pagenaud -
  2. Josef Newgarden +1
  3. Alexander Rossi +1
  4. Scott Dixon -2
  5. Will Power -
  6. Ryan Hunter-Reay +1
  7. Colton Herta -1
  8. Felix Rosenqvist -
  9. Graham Rahal -
  10. Sébastien Bourdais -
  11. James Hinchcliffe -
  12. Oliver Askew -
  13. Patricio O'Ward -
  14. Santino Ferrucci -
  15. Spencer Pigot -
  16. Marco Andretti +1
  17. Takuma Sato -1
  18. Tony Kanaan -
  19. Marcus Ericsson -
  20. Zach Veach -

Seeds

01.   Russia Pee Saderd
02.   Serbia Volcarona
03.   Croatia Josef Newgarden
04.   Ukraine Scott Dixon
05.   Belgium Metagross
06.   South Korea Jirayu La-ongmanee
07.   Australia Will Power
08.   France Simon Pagenaud
09.   Canada James Hinchcliffe
10.   Japan Apolo Anton Ohno
11.   Spain Mario Lopez
12.   Uruguay Graham Rahal
13.   Slovakia Ryan Hunter-Reay
14.   Greece Honchkrow
15.   Poland Joey Fatone
16.   Bosnia and Herzegovina Beartic
17.   Sweden Heracross
18.   Hungary Cameron Marshall
19.   India Maneesh Gupta
20.   Azerbaijan Decidueye
21.   Turkey Pidgeot
22.   Montenegro Rashad Jennings
23.   Romania Vaporeon
24.   Italy Marko Manieri
25.   England Jonathan Bald
26.   Lithuania Magmortar
27.   Iceland Scolipede
28.   Moldova Amoonguss
29.   Iran Allen Ford
30.   Portugal Diggersby
31.   Brazil Larvesta
32.   Honduras Nidoking

Changes

2020 Celebrity Family Feud example (Men's, Ep 1)

Example, the first episode aired on June 14, 2019. The final is held at Road America.

Standings

The standings entering Road America from Texas are:

  1. Simon Pagenaud
  2. Scott Dixon
  3. Josef Newgarden
  4. Alexander Rossi
  5. Will Power
  6. Colton Herta
  7. Ryan Hunter-Reay
  8. Felix Rosenqvist
  9. Graham Rahal
  10. Sébastien Bourdais
  11. James Hinchcliffe
  12. Oliver Askew
  13. Patricio O'Ward
  14. Santino Ferrucci
  15. Takuma Sato
  16. Spencer Pigot
  17. Marco Andretti
  18. Tony Kanaan
  19. Marcus Ericsson
  20. Zach Veach

Seeds

01.   Russia Pee Saderd
02.   Belgium Metagross
03.   Ukraine Scott Dixon
04.   France Simon Pagenaud
05.   Croatia Josef Newgarden
06.   Serbia Volcarona
07.   Australia Will Power
08.   Honduras Hélio Castroneves
09.   Bosnia and Herzegovina Beartic
10.   Canada James Hinchcliffe
11.   Slovakia Ryan Hunter-Reay
12.   South Korea Jirayu La-ongmanee
13.   Spain Mario Lopez
14.   Poland Joey Fatone
15.   Japan Apolo Anton Ohno
16.   Uruguay Graham Rahal
17.   Montenegro Rashad Jennings
18.   Colombia Juan Pablo Montoya
19.   Iceland Scolipede
20.   Peru Jaylerr Kritsanapoom
21.   Azerbaijan Decidueye
22.   Hong Kong Conor Daly
23.   Greece Honchkrow
24.   Romania Vaporeon
25.   Lithuania Magmortar
26.   Mexico Patricio O'Ward
27.   Moldova Amoonguss
28.   Iran Allen Ford
29.   Italy Marko Manieri
30.   Sweden Heracross
31.   England Pachara Chirathivat
32.   Brazil Larvesta

Changes

2019 Celebrity Family Feud example (Men's, Ep 10)

Example, the next episode aired on September 22, 2019. The first two rounds will be held at Laguna Seca due to the race.

Standings

No standings were used. Entering the race at Laguna Seca, Alexander Rossi led the standings by 34 points over Scott Dixon. Ryan Hunter-Reay was 3rd, Will Power 4th, Simon Pagenaud 5th and Josef Newgarden 6th. Rounding the top ten in points were Sébastien Bourdais in 7th, Marco Andretti in 8th, Graham Rahal in 9th and Colton Herta in 10th.

Seeds

01.   Australia Will Power
02.   Russia Pee Saderd
03.   Ukraine Scott Dixon
04.   Belgium Metagross
05.   South Korea Jirayu La-ongmanee
06.   Croatia Josef Newgarden
07.   Serbia Volcarona
08.   France Simon Pagenaud
09.   Bosnia and Herzegovina Beartic
10.   Sweden Heracross
11.   Spain Mario Lopez
12.   Poland Joey Fatone
13.   Czech Republic Ueli Kestenholz
14.   Azerbaijan Decidueye
15.   Slovakia Ryan Hunter-Reay
16.   Japan Apolo Anton Ohno
17.   Turkey Pidgeot
18.   Switzerland Chespin
19.   Uruguay Graham Rahal
20.   Italy Marko Manieri
21.   Canada James Hinchcliffe
22.   Brazil Larvesta
23.   Honduras Nidoking
24.   Greece Honchkrow
25.   Cyprus Milo Manheim
26.   Albania Jinjett Wattanasin
27.   Vietnam Jakkapat Wattanasin
28.   Romania Vaporeon
29.   Estonia Philip Demers
30.   Belarus Tyranitar
31.   Lithuania Magmortar
32.   Moldova Amoonguss

Changes

  • A lot of changes are happening before the start of the 2020 IndyCar Series.
    • Armenia will be represented by the final evolution of Scorbunny instead of Chris Nicholson.
    • Another former Soviet state, Estonia, will be represented by the final evolution of Sobble instead of Phillip Demers.
    • Israel will make it's IndyCar debut with the final evolution of Grookey expected to represent the country.
  • The swap for the last top eight spot between Simon Pagenaud and Beartic continued.

2019 Celebrity Family Feud example (Men's, Ep 9)

Example, the next episode aired on September 15, 2019. The first two rounds would have been held at Sonoma had the track keep their 2019 date. Instead, the final will be held Thursday night at Laguna Seca.

Standings

No standings were used. Entering Laguna Seca from Portland were:

  1. Alexander Rossi
  2. Scott Dixon
  3. Ryan Hunter-Reay
  4. Will Power
  5. Josef Newgarden
  6. Simon Pagenaud
  7. Sébastien Bourdais
  8. Graham Rahal
  9. Marco Andretti
  10. James Hinchcliffe
  11. Takuma Sato
  12. Zach Veach
  13. Colton Herta
  14. Spencer Pigot
  15. Tony Kanaan
  16. Santino Ferrucci

Seeds

01.   South Korea Jirayu La-ongmanee
02.   Ukraine Scott Dixon
03.   Serbia Volcarona
04.   Russia Pee Saderd
05.   Belgium Metagross
06.   Croatia Josef Newgarden
07.   Australia Will Power
08.   France Simon Pagenaud
09.   Slovakia Ryan Hunter-Reay
10.   Bosnia and Herzegovina Beartic
11.   Japan Apolo Anton Ohno
12.   Poland Joey Fatone
13.   Uruguay Graham Rahal
14.   Spain Mario Lopez
15.   Czech Republic Ueli Kestenholz
16.   Switzerland Chespin
17.   Azerbaijan Decidueye
18.   Canada James Hinchcliffe
19.   Italy Marko Manieri
20.   Cyprus Milo Manheim
21.   Brazil Larvesta
22.   Greece Honchkrow
23.   Turkey Pidgeot
24.   Armenia Chris Nicholson
25.   Sweden Heracross
26.   Slovenia Cameron Prošić
27.   Bulgaria Cody Nickson
28.   Honduras Nidoking
29.   Romania Vaporeon
30.   Iran Allen Ford
31.   Georgia (country) Adam Rippon
32.   Netherlands Tanont Chumroen

Changes

  • Jirayu La-ongmanee moved to the no.1 seed. The episode's number (9) is a reference to his nickname. The seeding in this episode would be topped by either him or Scott Dixon.

2019 Celebrity Family Feud example (September 8, does not count)

Example, a repeat of the seventh episode aired on September 8, 2019. The Feud returns after a week off. Had Sonoma been held, the final would have been Thursday night.

Standings

No standings were used. Entering Laguna Seca from Portland were:

  1. Alexander Rossi
  2. Scott Dixon
  3. Ryan Hunter-Reay
  4. Will Power
  5. Josef Newgarden
  6. Simon Pagenaud
  7. Sébastien Bourdais
  8. Graham Rahal
  9. Marco Andretti
  10. James Hinchcliffe
  11. Takuma Sato
  12. Zach Veach
  13. Colton Herta
  14. Spencer Pigot
  15. Tony Kanaan
  16. Santino Ferrucci

Seeds

01.   Ukraine Scott Dixon
02.   Russia Pee Saderd
03.   Belgium Metagross
04.   Australia Will Power
05.   South Korea Jirayu La-ongmanee
06.   Croatia Josef Newgarden
07.   Serbia Volcarona
08.   Bosnia and Herzegovina Beartic
09.   Slovakia Ryan Hunter-Reay
10.   France Simon Pagenaud
11.   Poland Joey Fatone
12.   Uruguay Graham Rahal
13.   Japan Apolo Anton Ohno
14.   Czech Republic Ueli Kestenholz
15.   Spain Mario Lopez
16.   Canada James Hinchcliffe
17.   Switzerland Chespin
18.   Azerbaijan Decidueye
19.   Turkey Pidgeot
20.   Italy Marko Manieri
21.   Honduras Nidoking
22.   Sweden Heracross
23.   Brazil Larvesta
24.   Belgium Alexander Rossi
25.   Ukraine Aurorus
26.   Slovakia Beedrill
27.   Australia Wario
28.   Croatia Dragonite
29.   France Gilles Marini
30.   Bosnia and Herzegovina Sébastien Bourdais
31.   Uruguay Venusaur
32.   Russia Marco Andretti

Changes

2019 Celebrity Family Feud example (Men's, Ep 8)

Example, the next episode aired on August 25, 2019. IndyCar used the same formula as in Vanilla Ice vs. Kim Fields and Ice-T and Coco Austin vs. Vivica A. Fox, the tournament after IndyCar's participation from I Can See Your Voice Thailand, where Abomasnow's winning singer is a good singer; while in Flygon's case, it is a terrible singer. This is used in both the real and Quizizz versions.

Standings

Entering the Gateway Motorsports Park race were:

  1. Scott Dixon
  2. Josef Newgarden
  3. Alexander Rossi
  4. Will Power
  5. Ryan Hunter-Reay
  6. Marco Andretti
  7. Graham Rahal
  8. Simon Pagenaud
  9. Sébastien Bourdais
  10. James Hinchcliffe
  11. Zach Veach
  12. Takuma Sato
  13. Spencer Pigot
  14. Tony Kanaan
  15. Colton Herta
  16. Santino Ferrucci
  17. Felix Rosenqvist
  18. Matheus Leist
  19. Max Chilton
  20. Marcus Ericsson

Seeds

01.   Ukraine Scott Dixon
02.   Russia Pee Saderd
03.   Belgium Metagross
04.   Australia Will Power
05.   South Korea Jirayu La-ongmanee
06.   Croatia Josef Newgarden
07.   Serbia Volcarona
08.   Bosnia and Herzegovina Beartic
09.   Slovakia Ryan Hunter-Reay
10.   France Simon Pagenaud
11.   Poland Joey Fatone
12.   Uruguay Graham Rahal
13.   Japan Apolo Anton Ohno
14.   Czech Republic Ueli Kestenholz
15.   Spain Mario Lopez
16.   Canada James Hinchcliffe
17.   Switzerland Chespin
18.   Azerbaijan Decidueye
19.   Turkey Pidgeot
20.   Italy Marko Manieri
21.   Honduras Nidoking
22.   Sweden Heracross
23.   Brazil Larvesta
24.   Ukraine Aurorus
25.   Croatia Dragonite
26.   Belgium Alexander Rossi
27.   Australia Wario
28.   Slovakia Beedrill
29.   Russia Marco Andretti
30.   Uruguay Venusaur
31.   France Gilles Marini
32.   Bosnia and Herzegovina Sébastien Bourdais

Changes

2019 Celebrity Family Feud example (August 18, does not count)

Example, a repeat of the sixth episode aired on August 18, 2019. IndyCar announced that it will use the 2018 seeding format: qualification by the internal selections and no qualification by IndyCar standings.

This tournament is also the one-year anniversary of Robert Wickens' Pocono crash injuries. Abomasnow's winning singer being a good singer led to good seed results in the next episode, Vanilla Ice vs. Kim Fields and Ice-T and Coco Austin vs. Vivica A. Fox.

Standings

No standings were used. Had qualification been by standings, the top eight drivers in the points would have been Scott Dixon 1st, Alexander Rossi 2nd, Josef Newgarden 3rd, Will Power 4th, Marco Andretti 5th, Ryan Hunter-Reay 6th, Graham Rahal 7th and Simon Pagenaud 8th.

Seeds

01.   Ukraine Scott Dixon
02.   Russia Pee Saderd
03.   Belgium Metagross
04.   Serbia Volcarona
05.   Australia Will Power
06.   Croatia Josef Newgarden
07.   Bosnia and Herzegovina Beartic
08.   South Korea Jirayu La-ongmanee
09.   France Simon Pagenaud
10.   Poland Joey Fatone
11.   Japan Apolo Anton Ohno
12.   Slovakia Ryan Hunter-Reay
13.   Spain Mario Lopez
14.   Turkey Pidgeot
15.   Czech Republic Ueli Kestenholz
16.   Uruguay Graham Rahal
17.   Italy Marko Manieri
18.   Azerbaijan Decidueye
19.   Greece Honchkrow
20.   Slovenia Cameron Prošić
21.   Switzerland Chespin
22.   Romania Vaporeon
23.   Bulgaria Cody Nickson
24.   Mexico Patricio O'Ward
25.   Sweden Heracross
26.   Canada James Hinchcliffe
27.   Albania Jinjett Wattanasin
28.   Honduras Nidoking
29.   Netherlands Tanont Chumroen
30.   Brazil Larvesta
31.   Vietnam Jakkapat Wattanasin
32.   Chile Rowlet

Changes

2019 Celebrity Family Feud example (August 11, does not count)

Example, a repeat episode of the fifth episode aired on August 11, 2019. IndyCar announced that it will use the 2018 seeding format: qualification by the internal selections and no qualification by IndyCar standings.

Standings

No standings were used. Had qualification been by standings, the top eight drivers in the points would have been Scott Dixon 1st, Alexander Rossi 2nd, Josef Newgarden 3rd, Will Power 4th, Marco Andretti 5th, Ryan Hunter-Reay 6th, Graham Rahal 7th and Simon Pagenaud 8th.

Seeds

01.   Ukraine Scott Dixon
02.   Russia Pee Saderd
03.   Belgium Metagross
04.   Serbia Volcarona
05.   Australia Will Power
06.   Croatia Josef Newgarden
07.   Bosnia and Herzegovina Beartic
08.   South Korea Jirayu La-ongmanee
09.   France Simon Pagenaud
10.   Poland Joey Fatone
11.   Japan Apolo Anton Ohno
12.   Slovakia Ryan Hunter-Reay
13.   Spain Mario Lopez
14.   Turkey Pidgeot
15.   Czech Republic Ueli Kestenholz
16.   Uruguay Graham Rahal
17.   Italy Marko Manieri
18.   Azerbaijan Decidueye
19.   Greece Honchkrow
20.   Slovenia Cameron Prošić
21.   Switzerland Chespin
22.   Romania Vaporeon
23.   Bulgaria Cody Nickson
24.   Mexico Patricio O'Ward
25.   Sweden Heracross
26.   Canada James Hinchcliffe
27.   Albania Jinjett Wattanasin
28.   Honduras Nidoking
29.   Netherlands Tanont Chumroen
30.   Brazil Larvesta
31.   Vietnam Jakkapat Wattanasin
32.   Chile Rowlet

Changes

2019 Celebrity Family Feud example (Men's, Ep 7)

Example, the next episode aired on August 4, 2019. IndyCar announced that it will use the 2018 seeding format: qualification by the internal selections and no qualification by IndyCar standings.

Standings

No standings were used. Had qualification been by standings, the top eight drivers in the points would have been Scott Dixon 1st, Alexander Rossi 2nd, Josef Newgarden 3rd, Will Power 4th, Marco Andretti 5th, Ryan Hunter-Reay 6th, Graham Rahal 7th and Simon Pagenaud 8th.

Seeds

01.   Ukraine Scott Dixon
02.   Russia Pee Saderd
03.   Belgium Metagross
04.   Serbia Volcarona
05.   Australia Will Power
06.   Croatia Josef Newgarden
07.   Bosnia and Herzegovina Beartic
08.   South Korea Jirayu La-ongmanee
09.   France Simon Pagenaud
10.   Poland Joey Fatone
11.   Japan Apolo Anton Ohno
12.   Slovakia Ryan Hunter-Reay
13.   Spain Mario Lopez
14.   Turkey Pidgeot
15.   Czech Republic Ueli Kestenholz
16.   Uruguay Graham Rahal
17.   Italy Marko Manieri
18.   Azerbaijan Decidueye
19.   Greece Honchkrow
20.   Slovenia Cameron Prošić
21.   Switzerland Chespin
22.   Romania Vaporeon
23.   Bulgaria Cody Nickson
24.   Mexico Patricio O'Ward
25.   Sweden Heracross
26.   Canada James Hinchcliffe
27.   Albania Jinjett Wattanasin
28.   Honduras Nidoking
29.   Netherlands Tanont Chumroen
30.   Brazil Larvesta
31.   Vietnam Jakkapat Wattanasin
32.   Chile Rowlet

Changes

2019 Celebrity Family Feud example (July 28, does not count)

Example, a repeat of the third episode aired on July 28, 2019. IndyCar announced that it will use the 2018 seeding format: qualification by the internal selections and no qualification by IndyCar standings.

Standings

No standings were used. Had qualification been by standings, the top eight drivers in the points would have been Scott Dixon 1st, Alexander Rossi 2nd, Josef Newgarden 3rd, Will Power 4th, Ryan Hunter-Reay 5th, Marco Andretti 6th, Simon Pagenaud 7th and Graham Rahal 8th.

Seeds

01.   Ukraine Scott Dixon
02.   Belgium Metagross
03.   Russia Pee Saderd
04.   Australia Will Power
05.   Serbia Volcarona
06.   South Korea Jirayu La-ongmanee
07.   Bosnia and Herzegovina Beartic
08.   Croatia Josef Newgarden
09.   France Simon Pagenaud
10.   Slovakia Ryan Hunter-Reay
11.   Japan Apolo Anton Ohno
12.   Spain Mario Lopez
13.   Canada James Hinchcliffe
14.   Uruguay Graham Rahal
15.   Czech Republic Ueli Kestenholz
16.   Poland Joey Fatone
17.   Turkey Pidgeot
18.   Switzerland Chespin
19.   Netherlands Tanont Chumroen
20.   Mexico Patricio O'Ward
21.   Slovenia Cameron Prošić
22.   Paraguay Haxorus
23.   Bulgaria Cody Nickson
24.   Romania Vaporeon
25.   Azerbaijan Decidueye
26.   Italy Marko Manieri
27.   Brazil Larvesta
28.   Cyprus Milo Manheim
29.   Honduras Nidoking
30.   Sweden Heracross
31.   Germany Inkling
32.   Iran Allen Ford

Changes

2019 Celebrity Family Feud example (Men's, Ep 6)

Example, the next episode aired on July 21, 2019. IndyCar announced that it will use the 2018 seeding format: qualification by the internal selections and no qualification by IndyCar standings.

Standings

No standings were used. Had qualification been by standings, the top eight drivers in the points would have been Scott Dixon 1st, Josef Newgarden 2nd, Alexander Rossi 3rd, Will Power 4th, Ryan Hunter-Reay 5th, Marco Andretti 6th, Simon Pagenaud 7th and Graham Rahal 8th.

Seeds

01.   Ukraine Scott Dixon
02.   Belgium Metagross
03.   Russia Pee Saderd
04.   Australia Will Power
05.   Serbia Volcarona
06.   South Korea Jirayu La-ongmanee
07.   Bosnia and Herzegovina Beartic
08.   Croatia Josef Newgarden
09.   France Simon Pagenaud
10.   Slovakia Ryan Hunter-Reay
11.   Japan Apolo Anton Ohno
12.   Spain Mario Lopez
13.   Canada James Hinchcliffe
14.   Uruguay Graham Rahal
15.   Czech Republic Ueli Kestenholz
16.   Poland Joey Fatone
17.   Turkey Pidgeot
18.   Switzerland Chespin
19.   Netherlands Tanont Chumroen
20.   Mexico Patricio O'Ward
21.   Slovenia Cameron Prošić
22.   Paraguay Haxorus
23.   Bulgaria Cody Nickson
24.   Romania Vaporeon
25.   Azerbaijan Decidueye
26.   Italy Marko Manieri
27.   Brazil Larvesta
28.   Cyprus Milo Manheim
29.   Honduras Nidoking
30.   Sweden Heracross
31.   Germany Inkling
32.   Iran Allen Ford

Changes

2019 Celebrity Family Feud example (Men's, Ep 5)

Example, the next episode aired on July 14, 2019. IndyCar announced that it will use the 2018 seeding format: qualification by the internal selections and no qualification by IndyCar standings.

Standings

No standings were used. Had qualification been by standings, the top eight drivers in the points would have been Scott Dixon 1st, Alexander Rossi 2nd, Josef Newgarden 3rd, Will Power 4th, Simon Pagenaud 5th, Marco Andretti 6th, Ryan Hunter-Reay 7th and Sébastien Bourdais 8th.

Seeds

01.   Belgium Metagross
02.   Russia Pee Saderd
03.   Australia Will Power
04.   Ukraine Scott Dixon
05.   South Korea Jirayu La-ongmanee
06.   Croatia Josef Newgarden
07.   Bosnia and Herzegovina Beartic
08.   Serbia Volcarona
09.   Slovakia Ryan Hunter-Reay
10.   France Simon Pagenaud
11.   Japan Apolo Anton Ohno
12.   Poland Joey Fatone
13.   Uruguay Graham Rahal
14.   Switzerland Chespin
15.   Czech Republic Ueli Kestenholz
16.   Spain Mario Lopez
17.   Turkey Pidgeot
18.   Greece Honchkrow
19.   Mexico Patricio O'Ward
20.   Italy Marko Manieri
21.   Iran Allen Ford
22.   Azerbaijan Decidueye
23.   Romania Vaporeon
24.   Canada James Hinchcliffe
25.   Montenegro Rashad Jennings
26.   Brazil Larvesta
27.   Thailand Id Issarapong
28.   Denmark Avalugg
29.   Georgia (country) Adam Rippon
30.   Sweden Heracross
31.   Honduras Nidoking
32.   Cyprus Milo Manheim

Changes

2019 Celebrity Family Feud example (Men's, Ep 4)

Example, the next episode aired on July 7, 2019. IndyCar announced that it will use the 2018 seeding format: qualification by the internal selections and no qualification by IndyCar standings.

Standings

No standings were used. Had qualification been by standings, the top eight drivers in the points would have been Scott Dixon 1st, Alexander Rossi 2nd, Josef Newgarden 3rd, Will Power 4th, Simon Pagenaud 5th, Marco Andretti 6th, Ryan Hunter-Reay 7th and Sébastien Bourdais 8th.

Seeds

01.   Belgium Metagross
02.   Russia Pee Saderd
03.   Ukraine Scott Dixon
04.   Australia Will Power
05.   South Korea Jirayu La-ongmanee
06.   Croatia Josef Newgarden
07.   Bosnia and Herzegovina Beartic
08.   Serbia Volcarona
09.   Slovakia Ryan Hunter-Reay
10.   France Simon Pagenaud
11.   Poland Joey Fatone
12.   Spain Mario Lopez
13.   Czech Republic Ueli Kestenholz
14.   Uruguay Graham Rahal
15.   Japan Apolo Anton Ohno
16.   Switzerland Chespin
17.   Hungary Cameron Marshall
18.   India Maneesh Gupta
19.   Turkey Pidgeot
20.   Azerbaijan Decidueye
21.   Canada James Hinchcliffe
22.   Mexico Patricio O'Ward
23.   Slovenia Cameron Prošić
24.   Romania Vaporeon
25.   Italy Marko Manieri
26.   England Jonathan Bald
27.   Moldova Jordan Fisher
28.   Brazil Larvesta
29.   Honduras Nidoking
30.   Netherlands Tanont Chumroen
31.   Germany Inkling
32.   Sweden Heracross

Changes

2019 Celebrity Family Feud example (June 30, does not count)

Example, a repeat tournament from the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup group stage aired during the knockout stages, on June 30, 2019. IndyCar announced that it will use the 2018 seeding format: qualification by the internal selections and no qualification by IndyCar standings. Due to it being a repeat, the seedings were the same from the last episode.

Standings

No standings were used. Had qualification been by standings, the top eight drivers in the points would have been Scott Dixon 1st, Alexander Rossi 2nd, Josef Newgarden 3rd, Will Power 4th, Simon Pagenaud 5th, Marco Andretti 6th, Ryan Hunter-Reay 7th and Sébastien Bourdais 8th.

Seeds

01.   Ukraine Scott Dixon
02.   Russia Pee Saderd
03.   Belgium Metagross
04.   Australia Will Power
05.   South Korea Jirayu La-ongmanee
06.   Croatia Josef Newgarden
07.   Serbia Volcarona
08.   France Simon Pagenaud
09.   Bosnia and Herzegovina Beartic
10.   Slovakia Ryan Hunter-Reay
11.   Japan Apolo Anton Ohno
12.   Poland Joey Fatone
13.   Czech Republic Ueli Kestenholz
14.   Uruguay Graham Rahal
15.   Switzerland Chespin
16.   Spain Mario Lopez
17.   Turkey Pidgeot
18.   Sweden Heracross
19.   Azerbaijan Decidueye
20.   Bulgaria Cody Nickson
21.   Canada James Hinchcliffe
22.   Moldova Jordan Fisher
23.   Romania Vaporeon
24.   Iran Allen Ford
25.   Brazil Larvesta
26.   China Henry Zhang
27.   Italy Marko Manieri
28.   Austria Thundurus
29.   Slovenia Cameron Prošić
30.   Honduras Nidoking
31.   Lithuania Magmortar
32.   Mexico Patricio O'Ward

Changes

2019 Celebrity Family Feud example (Men's, Ep 3)

Example, the next episode aired on June 23, 2019. IndyCar announced that it will use the 2018 seeding format: qualification by the internal selections and no qualification by IndyCar standings.

Standings

No standings were used. Had qualification been by standings, the top eight drivers in the points would have been Scott Dixon 1st, Alexander Rossi 2nd, Josef Newgarden 3rd, Will Power 4th, Simon Pagenaud 5th, Marco Andretti 6th, Ryan Hunter-Reay 7th and Graham Rahal 8th.

Seeds

01.   Ukraine Scott Dixon
02.   Russia Pee Saderd
03.   Belgium Metagross
04.   Australia Will Power
05.   South Korea Jirayu La-ongmanee
06.   Croatia Josef Newgarden
07.   Serbia Volcarona
08.   France Simon Pagenaud
09.   Bosnia and Herzegovina Beartic
10.   Slovakia Ryan Hunter-Reay
11.   Japan Apolo Anton Ohno
12.   Poland Joey Fatone
13.   Czech Republic Ueli Kestenholz
14.   Uruguay Graham Rahal
15.   Switzerland Chespin
16.   Spain Mario Lopez
17.   Turkey Pidgeot
18.   Sweden Heracross
19.   Azerbaijan Decidueye
20.   Bulgaria Cody Nickson
21.   Canada James Hinchcliffe
22.   Moldova Jordan Fisher
23.   Romania Vaporeon
24.   Iran Allen Ford
25.   Brazil Larvesta
26.   China Henry Zhang
27.   Italy Marko Manieri
28.   Austria Thundurus
29.   Slovenia Cameron Prošić
30.   Honduras Nidoking
31.   Lithuania Magmortar
32.   Mexico Patricio O'Ward

Changes

2019 Celebrity Family Feud example (Men's, Ep 2)

Example, the next episode aired on June 16, 2019. There was no NBA Finals Game 7, and that would have aired June 23, 2019; and pushed back a week. IndyCar announced that it will use the 2018 seeding format: qualification by the internal selections and no qualification by IndyCar standings.

Standings

No standings were used. Had qualification been by standings, the top eight drivers in the points would have been Scott Dixon 1st, Alexander Rossi 2nd, Josef Newgarden 3rd, Will Power 4th, Simon Pagenaud 5th, Marco Andretti 6th, Ryan Hunter-Reay 7th and Graham Rahal 8th.

Seeds

01.   Croatia Josef Newgarden
02.   Russia Pee Saderd
03.   Ukraine Scott Dixon
04.   Belgium Metagross
05.   Australia Will Power
06.   Serbia Volcarona
07.   South Korea Jirayu La-ongmanee
08.   Bosnia and Herzegovina Beartic
09.   Slovakia Ryan Hunter-Reay
10.   Japan Apolo Anton Ohno
11.   Poland Joey Fatone
12.   Uruguay Graham Rahal
13.   Spain Mario Lopez
14.   Czech Republic Ueli Kestenholz
15.   France Simon Pagenaud
16.   Turkey Pidgeot
17.   Switzerland Chespin
18.   Italy Marko Manieri
19.   Canada James Hinchcliffe
20.   Romania Vaporeon
21.   Hungary Cameron Marshall
22.   Azerbaijan Decidueye
23.   Sweden Heracross
24.   Thailand Beer Phromphong
25.   Algeria Altaria
26.   Montenegro Rashad Jennings
27.   Brazil Larvesta
28.   Honduras Nidoking
29.   Belarus Tyranitar
30.   Mexico Patricio O'Ward
31.   Albania Jinjett Wattanasin
32.   Vietnam Jakkapat Wattanasin

Changes

2019 Celebrity Family Feud example (Men's, Ep 1)

Main article: User:Pikalin38/Archive/Celebrity Family Feud Episode 1 in 2019

Example, the 2019 Celebrity Family Feud season began on June 9, 2019. IndyCar announced that it will use the 2018 seeding format: qualification by the internal selections and no qualification by IndyCar standings.

Standings

No standings were used. Had qualification been by standings, the top five drivers in the points would have been Scott Dixon 1st, Josef Newgarden 2nd, Alexander Rossi 3rd, Will Power 4th and Simon Pagenaud 5th. Rounding the top eight would have been Marco Andretti 6th, Graham Rahal 7th and Ryan Hunter-Reay 8th.

Seeds

01.   Russia Pee Saderd
02.   Belgium Metagross
03.   Ukraine Scott Dixon
04.   Serbia Volcarona
05.   South Korea Jirayu La-ongmanee
06.   Croatia Josef Newgarden
07.   Australia Will Power
08.   Bosnia and Herzegovina Beartic
09.   Slovakia Ryan Hunter-Reay
10.   France Simon Pagenaud
11.   Poland Joey Fatone
12.   Japan Apolo Anton Ohno
13.   Spain Mario Lopez
14.   Czech Republic Ueli Kestenholz
15.   Turkey Pidgeot
16.   Uruguay Graham Rahal
17.   Canada James Hinchcliffe
18.   Italy Marko Manieri
19.   Switzerland Chespin
20.   Azerbaijan Decidueye
21.   China Henry Zhang
22.   Sweden Heracross
23.   Romania Vaporeon
24.   Mexico Patricio O'Ward
25.   Brazil Larvesta
26.   Netherlands Tanont Chumroen
27.   Germany Inkling
28.   Honduras Nidoking
29.   Greece Honchkrow
30.   Lithuania Magmortar
31.   Bulgaria Cody Nickson
32.   Estonia Philip Demers

Changes

2018 Celebrity Family Feud example (Men's, Ep 10)

Example, the 2018 Celebrity Family Feud finale aired September 23, 2018. As it is the finale of the Feud that year, an internal selection was used instead.

Standings

No standings were used. The top three finishers in the 2018 IndyCar Series championship after Sonoma were Scott Dixon, Josef Newgarden and Alexander Rossi. Rounding the top five were Will Power and Marco Andretti. Simon Pagenaud fell from 4th to 6th as he had a DNF and crashed his no.22 car on Marco Andretti. It allowed Andretti to move from 6th to 5th. Scott Dixon then wins his fifth IndyCar championship, but his first since the 2015 IndyCar Series.

Seeds

01.   Russia Pee Saderd
02.   Ukraine Scott Dixon
03.   Serbia Volcarona
04.   Belgium Metagross
05.   South Korea Jirayu La-ongmanee
06.   Croatia Josef Newgarden
07.   Australia Will Power
08.   France Simon Pagenaud
09.   Japan Apolo Anton Ohno
10.   Bosnia and Herzegovina Beartic
11.   Poland Joey Fatone
12.   Slovakia Ryan Hunter-Reay
13.   Spain Mario Lopez
14.   Czech Republic Ueli Kestenholz
15.   Uruguay Graham Rahal
16.   Turkey Pidgeot
17.   Switzerland Chespin
18.   Canada James Hinchcliffe
19.   Thailand Phai Pongsatorn
20.   Slovenia Cameron Prošić
21.   England Jonathan Bald
22.   Greece Larry Birkhead
23.   Romania Vaporeon
24.   Azerbaijan Decidueye
25.   Sweden Heracross
26.   Armenia Chris Nicholson
27.   Iran Allen Ford
28.   Iceland Scolipede
29.   Belarus Tyranitar
30.   Paraguay Haxorus
31.   Brazil Larvesta
32.   Honduras Nidoking

Changes

  • Eight of seeds 23-32 are Pokémon, with Ford and Nicholson the only non-Pokémon players in between.
  • Thailand qualifies Phai Pongsatorn, with Thailand swapping singers every qualifying episode.
  • Jirayu La-ongmanee qualifies 5th in the finale, the highest for a rookie player in his first year of IndyCar and the Feud.
  • Team Penske cars had to settle for 6th, 7th, and 8th, and had to start behind Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing rookie Jirayu La-ongmanee.
  • Mario Lopez qualifies 13th and returning after an Achilles injury that took him out of several Feud tournaments where he was seeded and causing everyone lower than him moving up one position.

2018 Celebrity Family Feud example (September 16, does not count)

Example, a repeat tournament aired at the 2018 Indy Grand Prix of Sonoma. Celebrity Family Feud took a week off and replaced it with an Indianapolis Open that week, with the qualification for seedings being IndyCar standings again. After Portland replacing Watkins Glen had concluded, only five drivers were mathematically eligible for the championship, with Graham Rahal and Alexander Rossi eliminated. Scott Dixon led Josef Newgarden by twelve points, with Simon Pagenaud 30 behind, Will Power 60 behind and Marco Andretti 80 behind. The five mathematically eligible drivers for winning the 2018 IndyCar championship were Scott Dixon, Josef Newgarden, Simon Pagenaud, Will Power and Marco Andretti.

Standings

  1. Scott Dixon +1
  2. Josef Newgarden -1
  3. Simon Pagenaud -
  4. Will Power -
  5. Marco Andretti -
  6. Graham Rahal -
  7. Alexander Rossi -
  8. Ryan Hunter-Reay -
  9. James Hinchcliffe +1
  10. Tony Kanaan +1
  11. Sébastien Bourdais -1
  12. Ed Jones -
  13. Zach Veach -
  14. Takuma Sato +2
  15. Spencer Pigot -
  16. Max Chilton -2

Seeds

01.   Ukraine Scott Dixon
02.   Ukraine Aurorus
03.   Croatia Josef Newgarden
04.   Croatia Dragonite
05.   France Simon Pagenaud
06.   France Gilles Marini
07.   Australia Will Power
08.   Australia Wario
09.   Russia Marco Andretti
10.   Russia Pee Saderd
11.   Uruguay Graham Rahal
12.   Uruguay Venusaur
13.   Belgium Alexander Rossi
14.   Belgium Metagross
15.   Slovakia Ryan Hunter-Reay
16.   Slovakia Beedrill
17.   Canada James Hinchcliffe
18.   Canada Cameron Mathison
19.   Brazil Tony Kanaan
20.   Brazil Larvesta
21.   Bosnia and Herzegovina Sébastien Bourdais
22.   Bosnia and Herzegovina Beartic
23.   England Ed Jones
24.   England Jonathan Bald
25.   Poland Zach Veach
26.   Poland Joey Fatone
27.   Japan Takuma Sato
28.   South Korea Jirayu La-ongmanee
29.   Turkey Spencer Pigot
30.   Turkey Pidgeot
31.   Switzerland Max Chilton
32.   Switzerland Chespin

Changes

  • The top 5 had stayed like that for most of the season (expect for episode 4 when Rahal replaced Andretti).
  • Takuma Sato climbed to 14th while Max Chilton fell to 16th. Chilton's fall was due to him being involved in an-opening lap crash with rookie Santiago Urrutia.
  • Chilton's crash allowed Wickens to climb to 17th with Urrutia down to 18th.
  • With him in 5th in the championship standings entering Sonoma, Pee Saderd was mathematically eliminated from participating the October 13 Cup in Thailand due to him participating and representing the IndyCar Series at the 2018 Petit Le Mans.
  • This marks Pee Saderd's first time being-championship eligible at the final IndyCar round.(In 2013 had the double points occurred for the finale, he would have been a contender).
  • With five drivers eligible for the championship at Sonoma, this marked the most since 2015, when six drivers were eligible for the championship at Sonoma.

2018 Celebrity Family Feud example (Men's, Ep 9)

Example, this is episode 9 airing on September 9, 2018. Celebrity Family Feud took a week off and replaced it with an Indianapolis Open that week, with the qualification for seedings being IndyCar standings again. After Portland replacing Watkins Glen had concluded, only five drivers were mathematically eligible for the championship, with Graham Rahal and Alexander Rossi eliminated. Scott Dixon led Josef Newgarden by twelve points, with Simon Pagenaud 30 behind, Will Power 60 behind and Marco Andretti 80 behind. The five mathematically eligible drivers for winning the 2018 IndyCar championship were Scott Dixon, Josef Newgarden, Simon Pagenaud, Will Power and Marco Andretti.

Standings

  1. Scott Dixon +1
  2. Josef Newgarden -1
  3. Simon Pagenaud -
  4. Will Power -
  5. Marco Andretti -
  6. Graham Rahal -
  7. Alexander Rossi -
  8. Ryan Hunter-Reay -
  9. James Hinchcliffe +1
  10. Tony Kanaan +1
  11. Sébastien Bourdais -1
  12. Ed Jones -
  13. Zach Veach -
  14. Takuma Sato +2
  15. Spencer Pigot -
  16. Max Chilton -2

Seeds

01.   Ukraine Scott Dixon
02.   Ukraine Aurorus
03.   Croatia Josef Newgarden
04.   Croatia Dragonite
05.   France Simon Pagenaud
06.   France Gilles Marini
07.   Australia Will Power
08.   Australia Wario
09.   Russia Marco Andretti
10.   Russia Pee Saderd
11.   Uruguay Graham Rahal
12.   Uruguay Venusaur
13.   Belgium Alexander Rossi
14.   Belgium Metagross
15.   Slovakia Ryan Hunter-Reay
16.   Slovakia Beedrill
17.   Canada James Hinchcliffe
18.   Canada Cameron Mathison
19.   Brazil Tony Kanaan
20.   Brazil Larvesta
21.   Bosnia and Herzegovina Sébastien Bourdais
22.   Bosnia and Herzegovina Beartic
23.   England Ed Jones
24.   England Jonathan Bald
25.   Poland Zach Veach
26.   Poland Joey Fatone
27.   Japan Takuma Sato
28.   South Korea Jirayu La-ongmanee
29.   Turkey Spencer Pigot
30.   Turkey Pidgeot
31.   Switzerland Max Chilton
32.   Switzerland Chespin

Changes

  • The top 5 had stayed like that for most of the season (expect for episode 4 when Rahal replaced Andretti).
  • Takuma Sato climbed to 14th while Max Chilton fell to 16th. Chilton's fall was due to him being involved in an-opening lap crash with rookie Santiago Urrutia.
  • Chilton's crash allowed Wickens to climb to 17th with Urrutia down to 18th.
  • With him in 5th in the championship standings entering Sonoma, Pee Saderd was mathematically eliminated from participating the October 13 Cup in Thailand due to him participating and representing the IndyCar Series at the 2018 Petit Le Mans.
  • This marks Pee Saderd's first time being-championship eligible at the final IndyCar round.(In 2013 had the double points occurred for the finale, he would have been a contender).
  • With five drivers eligible for the championship at Sonoma, this marked the most since 2015, when six drivers were eligible for the championship at Sonoma.

2018 Celebrity Family Feud example (Men's, Ep 8)

Example, this is Episode 8 airing on August 26, 2018. Entering Gateway, the winner of Pocono was Simon Pagenaud, while Scott Dixon crashed with fellow contender Graham Rahal in turn 2 causing a yellow.

Standings

  1. Josef Newgarden +1
  2. Simon Pagenaud +1
  3. Scott Dixon -2
  4. Will Power -
  5. Marco Andretti -
  6. Alexander Rossi +2
  7. Graham Rahal -1
  8. Sébastien Bourdais -1
  9. Ryan Hunter-Reay -
  10. James Hinchcliffe -
  11. Tony Kanaan -
  12. Ed Jones +1
  13. Max Chilton -1
  14. Zach Veach -
  15. Spencer Pigot -
  16. Takuma Sato +1

Seeds

01.   Croatia Josef Newgarden
02.   Croatia Dragonite
03.   France Simon Pagenaud
04.   France Gilles Marini
05.   Ukraine Scott Dixon
06.   Ukraine Aurorus
07.   Australia Will Power
08.   Australia Wario
09.   Russia Marco Andretti
10.   Russia Pee Saderd
11.   Belgium Alexander Rossi
12.   Belgium Metagross
13.   Uruguay Graham Rahal
14.   Uruguay Venusaur
15.   Bosnia and Herzegovina Sébastien Bourdais
16.   Bosnia and Herzegovina Beartic
17.   Slovakia Ryan Hunter-Reay
18.   Slovakia Beedrill
19.   Canada James Hinchcliffe
20.   Canada Cameron Mathison
21.   Brazil Tony Kanaan
22.   Brazil Larvesta
23.   England Ed Jones
24.   England Jonathan Bald
25.   Switzerland Max Chilton
26.   Switzerland Chespin
27.   Poland Zach Veach
28.   Poland Joey Fatone
29.   Turkey Spencer Pigot
30.   Turkey Pidgeot
31.   Japan Takuma Sato
32.   South Korea Jirayu La-ongmanee

Changes

2018 Celebrity Family Feud example (Men's, Ep 7)

Example, this is Episode 7 airing on August 19, 2017. Scott Dixon again led Josef Newgarden, with the top 5 steady from entering Mid-Ohio, with Simon Pagenaud, Will Power and Marco Andretti.

Standings

  1. Scott Dixon -
  2. Josef Newgarden -
  3. Simon Pagenaud -
  4. Will Power -
  5. Marco Andretti -
  6. Graham Rahal -
  7. Sébastien Bourdais -
  8. Alexander Rossi +1
  9. Ryan Hunter-Reay +1
  10. James Hinchcliffe -2
  11. Tony Kanaan +1
  12. Max Chilton -1
  13. Ed Jones -
  14. Zach Veach -
  15. Spencer Pigot -
  16. Santiago Urrutia +1

Seeds

01.   Ukraine Scott Dixon
02.   Ukraine Aurorus
03.   Croatia Josef Newgarden
04.   Croatia Dragonite
05.   France Simon Pagenaud
06.   France Gilles Marini
07.   Australia Will Power
08.   Australia Wario
09.   Russia Marco Andretti
10.   Russia Pee Saderd
11.   Uruguay Graham Rahal
12.   Uruguay Venusaur
13.   Bosnia and Herzegovina Sébastien Bourdais
14.   Bosnia and Herzegovina Beartic
15.   Belgium Alexander Rossi
16.   Belgium Metagross
17.   Slovakia Ryan Hunter-Reay
18.   Slovakia Beedrill
19.   Canada James Hinchcliffe
20.   Canada Cameron Mathison
21.   Brazil Tony Kanaan
22.   Brazil Larvesta
23.   Switzerland Max Chilton
24.   Switzerland Chespin
25.   England Ed Jones
26.   England Jonathan Bald
27.   Poland Zach Veach
28.   Poland Joey Fatone
29.   Turkey Spencer Pigot
30.   Turkey Pidgeot
31.   Argentina Santiago Urrutia
32.   Argentina Sceptile

Changes

2018 Celebrity Family Feud example (August 12, does not count)

Example, this is a repeat tournament airing on August 12, 2017. Scott Dixon again led Josef Newgarden, with the top 5 steady from entering Mid-Ohio, with Simon Pagenaud, Will Power and Marco Andretti.

Standings

  1. Scott Dixon -
  2. Josef Newgarden -
  3. Simon Pagenaud -
  4. Will Power -
  5. Marco Andretti -
  6. Graham Rahal -
  7. Sébastien Bourdais -
  8. Alexander Rossi +1
  9. Ryan Hunter-Reay +1
  10. James Hinchcliffe -2
  11. Tony Kanaan +1
  12. Max Chilton -1
  13. Ed Jones -
  14. Zach Veach -
  15. Spencer Pigot -
  16. Santiago Urrutia +1

Seeds

01.   Ukraine Scott Dixon
02.   Ukraine Aurorus
03.   Croatia Josef Newgarden
04.   Croatia Dragonite
05.   France Simon Pagenaud
06.   France Gilles Marini
07.   Australia Will Power
08.   Australia Wario
09.   Russia Marco Andretti
10.   Russia Pee Saderd
11.   Uruguay Graham Rahal
12.   Uruguay Venusaur
13.   Bosnia and Herzegovina Sébastien Bourdais
14.   Bosnia and Herzegovina Beartic
15.   Belgium Alexander Rossi
16.   Belgium Metagross
17.   Slovakia Ryan Hunter-Reay
18.   Slovakia Beedrill
19.   Canada James Hinchcliffe
20.   Canada Cameron Mathison
21.   Brazil Tony Kanaan
22.   Brazil Larvesta
23.   Switzerland Max Chilton
24.   Switzerland Chespin
25.   England Ed Jones
26.   England Jonathan Bald
27.   Poland Zach Veach
28.   Poland Joey Fatone
29.   Turkey Spencer Pigot
30.   Turkey Pidgeot
31.   Argentina Santiago Urrutia
32.   Argentina Sceptile

Changes

2018 Celebrity Family Feud example (Men's, Ep 6)

Example, this is episode 6 airing on August 5, 2017. Scott Dixon again led Josef Newgarden, with the top 5 steady from entering Mid-Ohio, with Simon Pagenaud, Will Power and Marco Andretti.

Standings

  1. Scott Dixon -
  2. Josef Newgarden -
  3. Simon Pagenaud -
  4. Will Power -
  5. Marco Andretti -
  6. Graham Rahal -
  7. Sébastien Bourdais -
  8. Alexander Rossi +1
  9. Ryan Hunter-Reay +1
  10. James Hinchcliffe -2
  11. Tony Kanaan +1
  12. Max Chilton -1
  13. Ed Jones -
  14. Zach Veach -
  15. Spencer Pigot -
  16. Santiago Urrutia +1

Seeds

01.   Ukraine Scott Dixon
02.   Ukraine Aurorus
03.   Croatia Josef Newgarden
04.   Croatia Dragonite
05.   France Simon Pagenaud
06.   France Gilles Marini
07.   Australia Will Power
08.   Australia Wario
09.   Russia Marco Andretti
10.   Russia Pee Saderd
11.   Uruguay Graham Rahal
12.   Uruguay Venusaur
13.   Bosnia and Herzegovina Sébastien Bourdais
14.   Bosnia and Herzegovina Beartic
15.   Belgium Alexander Rossi
16.   Belgium Metagross
17.   Slovakia Ryan Hunter-Reay
18.   Slovakia Beedrill
19.   Canada James Hinchcliffe
20.   Canada Cameron Mathison
21.   Brazil Tony Kanaan
22.   Brazil Larvesta
23.   Switzerland Max Chilton
24.   Switzerland Chespin
25.   England Ed Jones
26.   England Jonathan Bald
27.   Poland Zach Veach
28.   Poland Joey Fatone
29.   Turkey Spencer Pigot
30.   Turkey Pidgeot
31.   Argentina Santiago Urrutia
32.   Argentina Sceptile

Changes

2018 Celebrity Family Feud example (July 29, does not count)

A repeat tournament will air on July 29, 2018. Entering the 2018 Honda Indy 200 at Mid-Ohio, Scott Dixon who celebrates his birthday last week led Josef Newgarden by just one point with Dixon and Newgarden both finishing on the podium at Toronto, with Dixon 2nd and Newgarden the winner. Simon Pagenaud, Will Power, and Marco Andretti rounded the top five drivers.

Standings

  1. Scott Dixon -
  2. Josef Newgarden -
  3. Simon Pagenaud +1
  4. Will Power -1
  5. Marco Andretti +1
  6. Graham Rahal -1
  7. Sébastien Bourdais +1
  8. James Hinchcliffe +1
  9. Alexander Rossi -2
  10. Ryan Hunter-Reay -
  11. Max Chilton +1
  12. Tony Kanaan +1
  13. Ed Jones -2
  14. Zach Veach +1
  15. Spencer Pigot -1
  16. Charlie Kimball +1

Seeds

01.   Ukraine Scott Dixon
02.   Ukraine Aurorus
03.   Croatia Josef Newgarden
04.   Croatia Dragonite
05.   France Simon Pagenaud
06.   France Gilles Marini
07.   Australia Will Power
08.   Australia Wario
09.   Russia Marco Andretti
10.   Russia Pee Saderd
11.   Uruguay Graham Rahal
12.   Uruguay Venusaur
13.   Bosnia and Herzegovina Sébastien Bourdais
14.   Bosnia and Herzegovina Beartic
15.   Canada James Hinchcliffe
16.   Canada Cameron Mathison
17.   Belgium Alexander Rossi
18.   Belgium Metagross
19.   Slovakia Ryan Hunter-Reay
20.   Slovakia Beedrill
21.   Switzerland Max Chilton
22.   Switzerland Chespin
23.   Brazil Tony Kanaan
24.   Brazil Larvesta
25.