New Hampshire ending embarrassing
INDIANAPOLIS -- The unsatisfactory ending to Sunday's Izod IndyCar Series race at New Hampshire Motor Speedway is a story that's not going away.
To recap, IndyCar race director Brian Barnhart (in conjunction with observers Al Unser Jr. and Tony Cotman) ordered a restart on a wet track, after the cars had been circulating behind the pace car for 11 laps, in the hopes that the rain would stop and the race could be completed. The green flag was waved; Oriol Servia and Scott Dixon quickly ...
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