Chip Ganassi Racing’s Scott Dixon in the No.9 PNC Bank Honda says it’s heartbreaking after the six-time series champion list out on winning his second Indianapolis 500 after serving a drive through penalty for speeding in the pit-lane eventually finishing the race in 21st place.

heartbreaking, to be honest. “I came into the pit and had to lock the rears and kind of locked all four. I knew it was going to be close; I think it was a mile an hour over or something. Just frustrating. I just messed up.”

Dixon dominated the race, leading 95 laps before locking up his brakes as he entered pitroad for the final time on lap 175.

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