That was one of the most entertaining Mid Ohio races I’ve ever seen. There was lots of action and passing in the esses.
Will Power must have nightmares about Felix Rosenqvist coming up behind him. He passed Power twice today and also got by Power at St. Pete.
Speaking of Rosenqvist, he had the drive of the day.
I can’t remember the last time Ganassi cars finished 1-2. I’m thinking 2013 or earlier.
Who would have won if the race went 95 laps?
Horrible start of the day both Arrow Schmidt Peterson cars.
Rossi doesn’t seem to be bale to catch Penske cars. He didn’t seem to have anything for Power.
Josef Newgarden’s spin out dented his points lead significantly. He still has a lead he can easily maintain with his usual results.
Dixon is the fourth multiple race winner this year. Four drivers have won 11 of the 13 races.
There were some good battles between Spencer Pigot and Colton Herta all day. They seemed pretty equal in speed all weekend.
I love watching cars go side by side through turn 5 at Mid Ohio.
Look for my full race report on Wildfire Sports tomorrow. I have two special features coming up this week.