||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.