From worst to first, Scott Dixon capture his first win of the 2014 IndyCar season and fifth overall at Mid-Ohio.
After starting in the back due to spinning out in qualifying, Dixon became the first to move from the back of the pack and win the race at Mid-Ohio. The number-nine driver led 43 laps for the race, and took the checkered flag by 5.38 seconds. The win puts Dixon at sixth all-time in the wins list, tied with Al Unser Jr.
Fox59's Chris Hagan caught up with Dixon following the race.