Event Coverage: 2019 IndyCar Grand PrixPosted on May 29, 2019byDave ZipfAs the field went into Turn 1, Harvey pinched down slightly on Colton Herta and that sent Herta around.Cars ducked and dodged to miss the stalled car of Herta. RHR got clipped by James Hinchcliffe as they both dove to avoid the stopped car. This sent RHR into a spin of his own, his nose bouncing off the side of Herta’s car. Both cars ended up stalled on the road.While the AMR Safety Team was able to get RHR moving (losing a lap in the process), Herta’s car refused to re-fire. He was pushed into the runoff area, his day done.Once both cars were cleared, the field went green again. Rosenqvist’s car began to fade and he fell behind both Ed Jones and Jack Harvey.After this second restart, the race stayed fairly clean. The cars strung out and everyone began to settle into their own race, letting the strategies play out. Some cars had pitted under the yellows to swap tires and grab fuel (most cars moved off the Firestone Blacks and onto the softer, faster Reds which were much better suited to the cold conditions), but once the race went green it was a sprint.One year ago, Will Power became the first driver to pull off the Indy double, winning both the Grand Prix and the Indy 500 in the same year. He started well in 6th, but bounced around, sliding as low as 17th at one point. He rebounded to 7th, but it was a tough day for one of the Indy road course masters.RelatedPrevious page 1 2 3 4 5 6 7Next pageRelated TopicsChevroletHondaIndyCarDallara Previous Article FeaturesTrans Am Racing with Burtin RacingPosted on May 27, 2019May 28, 2019byKhiem DinhView Post Next Article FeaturesSlipAngle Podcast /// Kelvin Yong and Mike Chang of Evasive MotorsportsPosted on May 29, 2019September 18, 2019byAustin CabotView Post Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * Your Comment *Name *Email *Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.