"I believe the way they say it down here is I got bitch-slapped. At first, I thought a cameraman might have knocked me down. Then I looked up and saw the raging bull himself." - Arie Luyendyk, recalling what he has in common with lions, bees, bulldozers, and fire.
And so they say, “It ain’t over ‘till the fat man swings”
"It was great publicity for the track and the IRL," Luyendyk said. "A.J. and I get along fine now and joke about it. But whenever I walk into his garage at a race, I make sure he sees me first. I ask his guys what type of mood he's in that day."
It’s Time To Rethink Alexander Rossi - When Alexander Rossi took the checkered flag in the 100th Running of the Indianapolis 500 last May, I’ll admit I was more than just a little bummed. After ...
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