It was a strange night last Saturday when the Indy Cars came to Kentucky for the Meijer Indy 300. Due to “issues” with the asphalt there was no qualifying and practice was only 75 minutes. Then, race officials decided to give the teams several oval aerodynamic options and threw in the “overtake” option just for flavor. There were 20 lead changes and very fast laps but when it was all said and done Team Penske’s Ryan Briscoe took the checkered flag with Ed Carpenter coming in an extremely close (0.0162 of a second) 2nd place and Tony Kanann capturing the bronze finish. I could say more but you really just have to see it. Check out the video below for highlights.