INDIANAPOLIS – Takuma Sato has received his 2nd Indianapolis 500 just after Spencer Pigot crashed closely exiting Convert four, bringing out the caution with five laps remaining and forcing what had been a thrilling race to conclusion underneath caution.
After dominating most of the race, Scott Dixon had been chasing Sato for about fifteen laps and was starting up to chunk into a hole that had emerged in lapped targeted traffic. But the race finished when Pigot spun into the exterior wall, then crossed again across the track and slammed into the safety tires that guard the entrance to pit lane.
Pigot exited the car but was aided onto a stretcher. His car was remaining in items across the entrance stretch.
Dixon pulled up along with Sato with Graham Rahal, his teammate, on the other facet to finish 3rd.
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