Episode #194: Never Too Lait

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Hey folks, took us a little while, but a double header episode is coming on Monday and Wedn3esday with King, RJ and Chris, and this first part is all on the Indianapolis 500! Look back out on Wednesday for the F1 edition!

– Simon Pagenaud completes an incredible month of May with his first Indy 500 win
– Shootout with “angry” Rossi is the 7th-closest Indy 500 MoV in history
– Rossi overcomes issues with lapped cars, fuel filler issue on pit stops to rally and finish a close 2nd
– Rahal, Bourdais come to blows after triggering multi-car pileup with 22 to go that takes out Rosenqvist, Kimball, and injures Veach
– Sato takes advantage of late SC/Red Flag to finish 3rd ahead of Newgarden in 4th
– Power recovers from pit road penalty to finish 5th with late pass on Carpenter in 6th
– Ferrucci drives from 23rd to 7th, finishes as ROTY as other rookies hit trouble
– RHR 8th, TK 9th, Daly with best-ever 500 finish in 10th
– Hinchcliffe goes from 32nd to 11th after avoiding late-race pileup
– Davison recovers from pit-lane punt to finish 12th – but Castroneves buried in 18th after penalty for contact
– Jones, Pigot, Harvey all lose outside chances of victory with pit lane penalties
– Kaiser, Juncos’ fairytale weekend comes crashing to an end
– “I think Ericsson hit us,” says pit lane wall as Swede crashes on his own
– RLL crew member Chris Minot suffers severe leg injury after being stricken by tyre for Jordan King
– Herta, Hanley suffer mechanical gremlins
– Championship standings and reflection

-Yet another photo finish! Rookie Oliver Askew comes from nowhere to the front, edges out Ryan Norman at the line by 0.007s
-Chris Windom and David Malukas suffer heavy crash early
-Robert Megennis avoids a massive crash with a heart-stopping save in T1/2

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