IndyCar Grand Prix of Houston
Posted 11 October 2013 - 11:52
Good to see he's up and at it and I wish him a speedy recovery, but he looks more banged up than I'd imagined. It was a hefty crash, but due to safety levels in Indy (and F1 and GP2 for that matter) I'm just so used to drivers getting out of a wreck and walking it off.
Posted 13 October 2013 - 00:47
I voted Sato #3, he's the best overall..
Sato #1 and #2 don't qualify well enough, and #4 and #5 lack racecraft.