While I am still not wild about oval track this was a very good race on the oldest working race track in the world. It started in 1903. Unfortunately it was poorly attended and it may end up being off the list. Some of these team owners have supported some of the races and this one has been supported by Michael Andretti. The deep pocket has to stop sometime. Long time under-dog, Sebastien Bourdais, had a fantastic win. I like to see him win because he was a four-time Champ Car champion before it became Indycar. He was also in Formula One. Today he was extremely fast and was exciting to watch. Helio Castroneves came in second and it was a drive to note. He started in 24th place...all the way to second is no easy trick. Third went to Graham Rahal who has been doing very well in the last few races.

I still follow other certain drivers because I like them for various reasons:

4th......Juan Pablo Montoya
6th......Tony Kanaan
10th....Ed Carpenter
14th....Takuma Sato
21st....Ryan Briscoe (crash)

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