NEWTON — Rusty Wallace is the authority proprietor of Iowa Speedway.Somebody should advise Josef Newgarden regarding that reality.

Newgarden started to lead the pack on right on time and never thought back, winning the Hy-VeeDeals.com 250 introduced by DoorDash on a hot Saturday evening at Iowa Speedway.

It was Newgarden's fourth success of the time and fourth profession succeed at Iowa Speedway.

The success vaulted Newgarden two spots in the title standings, jump frogging Will Power and Alex Palou into second spot.

Newgarden is only 15 focuses behind pioneer Marcus Ericcson heading into Sunday's Hy-Vee Salute To Farmers 300 introduced by Google. 

That race is booked for 2:30 p.m. at Iowa Speedway.

While Newgarden won't authoritatively be home until Aug. 7 when the NTT IndyCar Series heads to Nashville for the Streets of Nashville.

Pato O'Ward, who was in the main five the entire evening, made a late sudden spike in demand for Newgarden prior to making due with second.

Power, Rinus VeeKay and Scott Dixon balanced the main five.

Power, who prior in the day pulled inside one of Mario Andretti for most shaft positions acquired in IndyCar, looked set to pull away early.

In any case, a watchfulness on Lap 17 when Jimmie Johnson turned out on the high side gave Newgarden the initial he wanted.

Newgarden started to lead the pack on the ensuing restart.

After a portion of the field took pitstops on Lap 60, Johnson momentarily started to lead the pack with Marcus Ericcson and Dixon in pursuit.

21 laps later Johnson pitted, giving the lead back to Newgarden.

Newgarden wouldn't be gotten the remainder of the day, proceeding with his mastery at Iowa Speedway.