Damn, bummer for Jax and Apdaly.
I think he had some plugging issues with a fuel filter I think it was? I believe he got that fixed hours ago around RM 506, I may be wrong. But yeah, he just seems to be pretty slow for the majority of the race. May be other issues going on..I’m cheering for the Ampudia brothers. But I’m biased since their father gave me a scholarship. They are such a nice family, wish them all the best
I’m disappointed that RG isn’t doing any good, he needs a better truck to be competitive, but he is really set on his unicorn that he hides so much but there’s really no technology to hide that other manufacturers don’t know about already
Rat JUST did a LIVE updateat 2:08am (PST) from finish-line, completely MISSED Ampudia TT #10.. Said RobMac TT #11 was 2nd behind Luke McM TT #83. I was waiting for him to say Ampudia was OUT -- but NO according to the aboveRM 760
83 Luke McMillin followed by 10 Ampudia 7 minutes back.
^^^ Carlos reminds me of Robby Gordon, who is ALWAYS going for the passMuñoz qualified on the front row for the 2013 Indy 500 in second position and ran with the leaders all race long. He led twelve laps and finished in second place, winning Rookie of the Year honors
In 2018, Muñoz made his return to Andretti in a one-race deal at the 2018 Indianapolis 500, finishing seventh.
[ I can STILL remember Michael Andretti UPSET at Carlos in the pit post-Indy 500, for taking aggressive inside-lines..WEARS TIRES QUICKLY ]
Score Rescue is not like a lot of other race organizations and is typically comprised of local Fire and Ambulance resources. Not dedicated purpose built off road rescue trucks.Per weatherman feed:
123 (Dickerson) rolled at mile 356.
Score rescue in area, Score ops cancelled rescue since no injuries. Been there for a few hours now.
123 has tow strap out waiting for someone to stop and staighten them out. Chase crew was in contact, but lost contact with 123. Asking for passersby to toss some water out.
Why cant Score rescue in area go yank them over?