There was all kinds of action last night at Texas Motor Speedway for the always eventful annual IndyCar tilt in Fort Worth.
12 of the 22 entries - more than half the field - were involved in an incident, with owners, drivers, and even drivers' wives sounding off. The most colorful exchange may have come from Chip Ganassi and James Hinchcliffe:
For whatever it's worth, Tony Kanaan admitted fault in the accident and IndyCar agreed with him. (So, score this round for Hinchcliffe)
Later in the race, this overly-aggressive move by Indy 500 champ Takuma Sato took out Scott Dixon...
...and Dixon's wife, Emma, didn't take too kindly to it:
We rarely see IndyCar folks this outspoken about a race, so it's great for the series. Hope it translates to Road America later this month!