Castroneves' win, Hornish's lapse reverses fortunes
BROOKLYN, Mich. -- If the Penske entries signaled in qualifying they were the cars to beat at Michigan and for the title, then IndyCar Series leader Sam Hornish Jr.'s car failing after 61 laps of Sunday's Firestone Indy 400 signaled all bets are off.
Helio Castroneves took over the series lead from his Penske teammate by winning the race while defending series champion Dan Wheldon narrowed his gap to the lead from 32 points to 17 by finishing third.
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