Conor Daly, Jack Harvey crash in turn 3 at Indy 500
2:02 PM, May 28, 2017
3:27 PM, May 28, 2017
INDIANAPOLIS -- Conor Daly has brought out the second caution of the Indianapolis 500 when he crashed into the wall in Turn 3, and the aftermath of the impact also caught up Jack Harvey.
The incident on Lap 66 came shortly after Scott Dixon and Jay Howard were involved in a massive wreck that forced the race to be halted.
Daly was trying to go around Charlie Kimball on the outside when he touched wheels and shot up the track and into the wall. The debris that scattered behind him is what caught Harvey.
Helio Castroneves narrowly missed the Dixon wreck. He also slipped by Daly's wreck unscathed.
Dixon's wreck ended a long streak of caution-free racing that dated to last year's race. There were no cautions in the Grand Prix of Indianapolis a couple weeks ago, and the yellow flag that flew when Dixon went airborne was the first of the Indy 500.
In all, IndyCar drivers ran 138 consecutive laps in race conditions without a single yellow.