Rahal's missed shot at Indy 500 win “is going to sting”

Rahal worked his way to the front from 18th at the start thanks to some impressive fuel saving, which allowed him to get a taste of the race lead on two occasions.
But pitting from the lead on lap 118, Rahal left the pits without his left rear tyre properly attached to his car.
Rahal spun on the warmup lane as his wheel rolled off, sending him into the Turn 2 wall. The wheel bounced off the …Keep reading



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