Originally Posted by Glenn
Originally Posted by Hitokiri
I believe in what Robin Miller said in that second chances are very rare with Roger and denying Penske outright like RHR did IMO puts him on Roger's "no second chance" list. I've seen many people on here suggesting that RHR regrets his choice to stay with Andretti but I don't think it's that bad. The situation is frustrating right now but RHR is still one of the winiest drivers since he signed with AA and plus that Indy 500 champion has a nice ring to it. Don't forget he beat a Penske
Originally Posted by Ren Butler
Originally Posted by Kurt Cobain
I like to think he got away with it all....
Well gee, that was a let down. Paging Geraldo
jet dryers working the enterence to pit row now. Seems to be responding a bit better
Originally Posted by nd500
don't know if this has been discussed, but they were lined up great!
I haven't seen it mentioned but I agree. The lineup coming to the green was the best I've seen in years (maybe decades).
Originally Posted by Insighter
Castroneves had NOTHING to do with that. Once you are in the fast lane people have to blend around you.
That one was on Bell.