Scott Dixon knows how to correct mistakes. After his crash yesterday left him in 22nd place, he comes back with a win. His first of the year and 45th career win. He is now fourth in points. Dixon got his first win at Detroit last year as well. Could this be the start of his run for back to back titles ?
Alexander Rossi was the big gainer in points today. He moves to second place just 15 behind Josef Newgarden.
Nice to see all four Andretti cars in the top 10.
Great to finally see a podium for Arrow Schmidt Peterson. Good job by Marcus Ericsson.
Ed Carpenter Racing drivers Spencer Pigot and Ed Jones can’t seem to put a complete race together consistently.
Like yesterday, half the elapsed time was under yellow consuming 33% of the laps.
I’m not sure these late red flags are any better than a green white checker.
Rossi, Ryan Hunter-Reay and Graham Rahal are the only drivers who had top ten finishes both days.
What a great comeback by Will Power after his early problem.
I hate when television switches to laps to go. They seemed to start with 48 laps left today, Way too early for that. I can tolerate it with about 10 laps left.
Look for my full race report on Wildfire Sports tomorrow. I will have some photos up later tomorrow. If you like damaged cars, you’ll enjoy them.