The dog ate my cheat sheet where I was going to pick Dan Wheldon as the favorite on the strength of his dominant victories on ovals this year and his strong 150 laps last year at Indy that everyone has totally forgotten.
Maybe that's a bad sign for Dan, maybe not. Maybe I'm just an amateur who needs to turn it over to the oracle.
Money Says: "I am afraid that I do not have a clear indication at this point--Indy is so different from all of the others, as you know...so absent a clear indication, I will say this....it will not be any of the top three on the grid. It could well be Wheldon, but I am going to go ahead and call Mikey, just cause I'd love to see it happen. (So that means if it's Thunda or Mikey, I get credit, right?)"
If Michael Andretti actually wins...oh, man. Better pack some Depends just in case.
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