Rules are rules?
INDIANAPOLIS -- Paul Tracy won the 2002 Indianapolis 500.
Sure, Helio Castroneves got to party in Victory Lane and pour milk all over the place, but when all was said and done -- actually, just over a lap before all was said and done -- Tracy was leading at Indy.
Replays might show Tracy passed before the yellow was thrown or they'll show the pass for the lead was made after.
By rule, it does matter. Unlike NASCAR, there's no race back to the yellow. ...
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