The scene at the start of the 92nd running of the Indianapolis 500. Scott Dixon (9) and teammate Dan Wheldon (10) lead the cars on the first lap. Dixon went on to won his first Indy 500.
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Danica Patrick (left) is hit on pit road by Ryan Briscoe, knocking her out of the race with 29 laps to go. She finished 22nd.
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An angry Danica Patrick walks down pit road to have a few words with Ryan Briscoe after he knocked her out of the race. Indy 500 security officials intervened before she reached him.
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Scott Dixon leads the pack en route to the first Indy 500 win for the New Zealander.
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Car owner Chip Ganassi (with hat) keeps a eye on his drivers, Scott Dixon and Dan Wheldon.
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Scott Dixon's crew did a good job on pit stops and he did the rest, leading seven times for 115 laps in the 200-lap race.
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''On the last 30 laps you feel quite alone out there'' Dixon said. ''You're like, 'Oh [bleep], it's actually down to me on this. I better not mess up because everybody has given me the tools to do it.' '' Dixon won the race from the pole, beating Vitor Miera by 1.75 seconds.
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Danica Patrick didn't have the fastest car at Indy, but with wrecks taking out a lot of the field, she was positioning herself for a strong finish. Unfortunately, the left rear suspension of her car was broken in a pit road incident.
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Scott Dixon takes the checkered flag to win the 92nd Indianapolis 500.
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Scott Dixon douses himself with milk after his historic win.
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