For the second straight year, Graham Rahal has crashed in the beginning laps of the Indy 500, grinding the outside of his car hard into the outside wall while exiting turn four. Lucky for us he came to rest just in front of the press box. Pics below.
The accident occurred on lap 56 as Rahal got high on the track into the loose stuff and with the help of some dirty air from the car ahead of him. We're currently back to green after a full field pit under yellow, Ryan Briscoe lost all of his grip and will pit, as a result the field is mixing it up, Scott Dixon takes the lead followed by Franchitti, Kanaan, Matos and Patrick. Things are getting interesting.