Win Droughts Among Active Full-Time IndyCar Drivers

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Those who have never won (# of races run):

  1. Jack Hawksworth (45 races)
  2. Mikhail Aleshin (30 races)
  3. Conor Daly (18 races)
  4. Max Chilton (12 races)

Those who have won an Indycar race (# of races that driver has run since their latest win- last race won):

  1. Marco Andretti* (88 races- 2011 Iowa (see featured image))
  2. Takuma Sato (62 races- 2013 Long Beach)
  3. Charlie Kimball (51 races- 2013 Mid-Ohio)
  4. Helio Castroneves (39 races- 2014 Detroit)
  5. Tony Kanaan (28 races- 2014 Fontana)
  6. Carlos Munoz (21 races- 2015 Detroit)
  7. James Hinchcliffe (15 races- 2015 New Orleans)
  8. Graham Rahal (14 races- 2015 Mid-Ohio)
  9. Ryan Hunter-Reay (13 races- 2015 Pocono)
  10. Juan Pablo Montoya (11 races- 2016 St. Petersburg)
  11. Scott Dixon (10 races- 2016 Phoenix)
  12. Alexander Rossi (6 races- 2016 Indianapolis 500)
  13. Sebastien Bourdais (5 races- 2016 Detroit)
  14. Josef Newgarden (2 races- 2016 Iowa)
  15. Will Power (1 race- 2016 Toronto)
  16. Simon Pagenaud (0 races- 2016 Mid-Ohio)

*Las Vegas race in 2011 not included due to the fact that it was canceled after Dan Wheldon was killed in a 15-car wreck on lap 11 during the race.

Of note: Graham Rahal went 124 races without a victory from 2008-2015 since winning at St. Petersburg in 2008. He then won at Fontana in 2015 for his 1st of 2 victories over a 4-race span; Marco Andretti went 77 races dating back to 2006 Sonoma without a win before winning at Iowa in 2011.

-Asher Fair