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By Orrin G. Hatch
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Topic - Ryan Hunter-Reay
Ryan Hunter-Reay will have to drive from the back of the field in his first race since winning the Indianapolis 500.
Will Power gave Roger Penske and Chevrolet what they desperately wanted by winning the first of two races at the Detroit Grand Prix.
Ryan Hunter-Reay recalls rooting for the Andrettis and Unsers when he was growing up in South Florida, hoping an American would win the races he watched on TV.
Ryan Hunter-Reay was on the edge of his seat when he finally got a chance to watch a replay of the closing laps of his Indianapolis 500 victory, just like he was in the cockpit when making a bold, grass-clipping inside move past Helio Castroneves.
Ryan Hunter-Reay was deeply disappointed when his 2012 championship was overshadowed by IndyCar politics. His breakthrough moment was largely ignored by the league as it fought with yet another CEO.
Chants of "USA! USA!" followed Ryan Hunter-Reay as fans ecstatically celebrated the Indianapolis 500's first American winner in eight years.
Ryan Hunter-Reay's narrow Indianapolis 500 win brought him a $2.49 million payday.
Helio Castroneves graciously accepted congratulations from Rick Mears for a tremendous run in the Indianapolis 500, a second-place finish in the second-closest race in history.
The finish at the Indianapolis 500 was worth the wait for Ryan Hunter-Reay.
Ryan Hunter-Reay wins the Indianapolis 500.
Hunter-Reay became the first American since 2006 to win the Indianapolis 500, passing Castroneves at the Yard of Bricks as the two bright yellow cars raced wheel-to-wheel under the white flag in a thrilling final lap.
Marco Andretti stood in his garage in the days leading up to the Indianapolis 500, quietly recalling with disappointment how he had led many laps in the race but never the final one.
The Indy 500 has always been the most important race on the schedule, the only one where a driver can reach transcendent status simply by being the first to cross the yard of bricks.
Ryan Hunter-Reay and Marco Andretti are getting dialed in at Indianapolis.
Indianapolis Motor Speedway officially opened for the month of May with a chaotic road course race that started with a wreck, saw James Hinchliffe and the mayor of the city injured by flying debris, and, finally, Simon Pagenaud celebrate a fuel-mileage victory.
"It was a huge race for us," Hunter-Reay said. "This track used to be one of our weakest points, so to come here and put an Andretti 1-2 up is pretty impressive. And it's a total team effort. Everybody's been working really hard together to move in the same direction. It's been a very strong start to this season for this team overall."
Hunter-Reay said there's no margin for error on that turn.