An exhausted John Andretti spent Bump Day in -- and out -- of the Indy 500 field. With less than 10 minutes to go, he finally put the Richard Petty car in the show.
Thirteen-year layoff? That's no problem for John Andretti, who all but locked up his spot in the Indy 500, writes John Schwarb
Al Unser Jr. and John Andretti can breathe a little easier. Both all but locked up spots on the Indy 500 grid on Saturday. But the field isn't complete, and Bump Day looms, writes John Schwarb.
Saturday couldn't have gone much better for the four drivers of Andretti Green Racing. The first turn in Sunday's race couldn't have gone much worse, writes John Schwarb.
Andretti Green didn't land the pole, but all five of its cars cracked the top 11 in Indy qualifying, writes John Schwarb.
Danica Patrick put her Andretti Green Racing entry into the third row at Indy. For fellow female drivers Sarah Fisher and Milka Duno, it's a waiting game, writes John Schwarb.