||Has had success in Texas, winning the second race in 2011 and the pole the past two years.
||He has two top-10 finishes this season and is in good position for his first top-five.
||Always in contention at Texas, but hasn’t won since the spring of 2004.
||Juan Pablo Montoya
||This track wasn’t great for him during his NASCAR days, but fortune could change in IndyCar.
||He’s made 13 starts in Texas with a best finish of fourth last year.
||He won the Grand Prix of Indianapolis last month, but finished sixth and 13th in his two Texas starts.
||He went wire-to-wire in 2008 at Texas and was in position for a 2nd win here in 2012 before wrecking.
||Won at Texas in 2012 but has finished outside the top-10 in his other six races.
||Veteran driver has mixed results at Texas, with his best finish being fourth in 2012.
||Columbian will be making his first start at Texas with hopes of visiting Victory Lane for first time.
||Russian rookie who is looking to carry his success from the European racing circuit into IndyCar.
||The reigning Indy 500 winner is looking for his first win in Texas. He was runner-up last year.
||The 2010 Texas winner is consistently in contention, finishing third the past two years.
||Arguably the most recognizable face of IndyCar is looking for his fifth win at Texas.
||He’s never had a top-10 run at Texas in four tries. Maybe he’ll do it in try No. 5.
||His best Texas start (4th) and finish (5th) in Texas came in race 1 of 2011’s Firestone Twin 275s.
||He’s still looking for first win since 2011. He led 57 laps at Texas last year, but ended up fifth.
||Veteran open-wheel racer finished 20th in Texas debut last year.
||Texas hasn’t been his favorite track with finishes of 28, 29 and 14.
||The IndyCar rookie has one top-10 run in seven starts this year.
||Searching for first Victory Lane visit since 2008. Best finish at Texas is second in 2012.
||Rookie making his debut at Texas. Has two top-10 finishes so far this year.