Frenchman Simon Pagenaud led start to finish but still needed to drive every inch of the 500 miles to hold off 2016 champ Alexander Rossi by tw0-tens of a second in a frantic finish at Sunday’s 103rd running of the Indianapolis 500. While Pagenau enjoyed clear sailing most of the way, Rossi had the toughest trip of all as a blocked fuel valve cost the Californian 23 seconds on a pit stop and late a lapped driver refuse to yield to a Rossi pass. There was one major five-car wreck that took 18 minutes to clean up in a race run pretty much without incident. Just 17 of the 33 car field was able to complete the full 500 mile distance.
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