Marco Andretti spent some time with grandfather and racing legend Mario before the race, but it was a disappointing day for the 22-year-old. An early wreck forced him to the pits for several laps. He completed just 56 of 200 laps and finished 30th.
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Danica Patrick (front) finished in third place, a career-best.
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Teammates Dario Franchitti (10) and Scott Dixon sported nearly identical cars, but neither driver cracked the top five. Dixon finished sixth, and Franchitti seventh.
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Pit road was a busy place, as 10 cars went out of the race in accidents. Here the crew of fifth-place finisher Will Power goes to work.
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Helio Castroneves led 66 of 200 laps and pulled away after a restart with 17 laps remaining.
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Castroneves crossed the finish line 1.9819 seconds ahead of 2005 winner Dan Wheldon.
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Immediately after his win, "Spiderman" pulled off his signature move: scaling the fence to celebrate near the fans.
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Castroneves celebrated his third victory at the Indy 500.
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Castroneves pays homage to the Brickyard track after his win. He became the ninth driver to win the historic race three times.
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