Oliver Askew continued his USF2000 winning streak in the first race of the Indianapolis Grand Prix event.
The Cape Motorsports driver converted pole position into a commanding fourth consecutive victory in race five of the season.
In a second attempt at a start after the first was waved off, Askew got a good jump on fellow front-row starter Kaylen Frederick.
A coming together between Kory Enders and Kris Wright on the first green-flag lap brought out a caution period, and it took until there were just 11 minutes of the 30 scheduled left on the clock before the field was released once more.
Despite the shortened amount of racing, Askew managed to open up a margin of over three seconds on his way to victory.
Fourteen-year-old Frederick was the closest driver to Askew for the third race in a row, but unlike in both races at Barber Motorsports Park, he was unable to challenge the leader, instead having to focus on keeping first-time podium finisher Calvin Ming behind.
Indian rookie Ricky Donison took fourth after qualifying an impressive third, with Dakota Dickerson in fifth.
Callan O’Keeffe, taking over from fellow BRDC British Formula 3 racer Toby Sowery at the Benik team after a late call-up earlier this week, finished sixth on his debut, fending off Rinus Van Kalmthout and Robert Megennis late on.
Ayla Agren was ninth and Moises de la Vera took 10th, denying Motopark Formula 4 driver David Malukas a top-10 in his first USF2000 race.
Last year’s runner-up Parker Thompson’s run of top-five finishes came to end, pitting twice after starting 11th and finishing two laps down.