The Latest: Carpenter, Servia out of Indy 500
The Associated Press addresses the greatest day in motor sports, from F1's Monaco Grand Prix to the Indy 500 and NASCAR's Coca Cola 600. The most recent from the tracks:
2:20 p.m. ET
Ed Carpenter, the home-town son and step-son of IndyCar Series creator Tony George, crashed from the Indy 500 when he tried to move Oriol Servia entering Change 1 just past the mid-way stage. Servia arrived down and clipped Carpenter's nose, delivering the two of these cars to the wall -- and from the case race.
One week ago, Carpenter dropped the butt of his vehicle and backed to the wall-in a violent crash. His vehicle spun around, went airborne and landed upside-down before skidding into a stop.
Not long after Sunday's crash, there was still another event on pit-road.
James Davison was leaving his stall when he clipped Pippa Mann, who was coming down pit-road. Davison's vehicle whirled into the stall in the front of Tristan Vautier, hitting among his crew members.
An ambulance arrived onto pit-road as well as the crewmember was loaded to the rear. There was no immediate word on the nature or seriousness of the accidents.
All three of the automobiles are from Dale Coyne Racing
"Sadly I got delivered there at exactly the same time Pippa was coming and we created contact plus it sent us in to our 2nd group automobile," Davison stated. "Only an extremely unfortunate circumstances."
2:05 p.m. ET
Charlie Kimball did his approach to the top group in the Indy 500. Kimball is a diabetic who monitors his sugar levels throughout the race using a particular computer screen inside his No. 83 vehicle. If his degrees need modification, he is able to change from drinking-water to juice through the race. He was sixth soon following the race passed the half-way point.
Additionally stalking the frontrunners is three-time winner Helio Castroneves and Juan Pablo Montoya, who needed his back wing changed when he was run into by Simona de Silvestro under warning.
Graham Rahal was also in the top ten, heading the charge for Honda.
1:45 p.m. ET
Bryan Clauson introduced another warning in the Indy 500 when he ran from room and hit the wall close to the front-stretch entry to pit-road. Clauson, among the planet 's top sprint car drivers, was producing his 2nd start in the Indy 500. He'd mechanical difficulties and completed 30th in 2012.
Clauson's crash arrived at the worst possible time for defending race winner Ryan Hunter Reay and Justin Wilson, who were at a stage within their pit cycle where they got shuffled to the rear.
1:25 p.m. ET
The front tire changer for Indy 500 rookie Gabby Chaves who had been taken from pit-road on a stretcher was launched in the infield care facility after having both knees assessed.
IndyCar authorities stated they were still attempting to discover what had occurred. Race handle did pronounce it'd run a post-race security investigation to the team.
Chaves won the Independence 100 in Indy Lights at Indianapolis Motor Speedway a year ago.
Scott Dixon stayed the type of the area through the 1st quarter of the race, although Tony Kanaan and Simon Pagenaud were directly behind behind him.
1:05 p.m. ET
Two young American motorists made early departures in the Indy 500.
Both were expecting great results Sunday would aid them locate IndyCar chances after this season.
They never got a opportunity. Read Source
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