It’s one thing to start the Indianapolis 500 with a crash near the back of the field. It’s another thing to have another crash under yellow further delay green laps of racing. Oops. So, effectively, the race really got to start from a single-file yellow-flag conga line, not so much from the original three-wide start.
What’s up with the last row of the Indianapolis 500’s starting grid, and why isn’t it the Hawksworth/Coletti/Clauson trio who actually qualified last? Well, it’s IndyCar’s reminder that driver changes are for Le Mans, not the 500. Here’s who swapped seats with who, and why. »
This weekend saw us warming the seats at the famed Milwaukee Mile for some small track race action after the madness that is the Indy 500. We will admit to allowing our focus to stray (which you'll see in a bit), the qualifying and race was action packed, though not as crashy as you'd expect on a one mile oval. With… »