Detroit — After track surface issues, crashes, intermittent rain and a race delay of more than two hours, Scott Dixon won Sunday’s Detroit Grand Prix on Belle Isle. Dixon, of the No. 9 Target Ganassi Honda, led the entire race – even when the 90-lap race was reduced to 60 laps after the delay. Dixon … Continue Reading →
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This Honda driver led the entire way, even when the 90-lap race was reduced to 60 after the two-hour delay. Pretty impressive.
His Honda keeps on chugging along. He’s led the whole way. Seems like all the other drivers can only hope that Dixon makes some kind of mistake to surrender the lead.
This is getting really difficult to follow. Lap 53 completed. Now we got 54 done. Six laps will remain – for now.
Scott Dixon stays in the lead, but cars are sliding everywhere. This is an absolute mess. We got a full-course yellow flag at 6:58 p.m. Reports of a suspension problem with Ryan Briscoe’s car.
We’re just seconds away from the race restart. There will be two laps at the start, followed by a 13-lap shootout. We have a double-file restart. Graham Rahal, of the No. 38 Service Central Honda, could get his car going for the restart. His crew members went to go get him a new steering wheel. … Continue Reading →
That means there’s 15 laps to go once the race is scheduled to begin at 6:45.
Real fluid situation going on here. Hard to tell how everything will shake itself out. Crew members appear to be going through all sorts of scenarios.
That would mean 15 laps to go with this. Stay tuned. Lots of stuff up in the air right now.
Just got the word here in the media room. Don’t hold your breath, though. More rain sprinkles. All we know is that this race hasn’t been called off. Cars are getting covered on the track because of some rain.