During the 101st running of the Indianapolis 500, pole-sitter Scott Dixon and Jay Howard crashed into one another, resulting in a scary scene early.
Dixon’s car went airborne during the frightening exchange, but thankfully (and remarkably) both drivers walked away from the crash unharmed.
— ChilangoChoco (@ChilangoChoco) May 28, 2017
— MrAlexF1 (@MrAlexF1) May 28, 2017
Oh my god it’s incredible that Scott Dixon is OK. pic.twitter.com/2nA1DRIIRo
— Nick Bromberg (@NickBromberg) May 28, 2017
Not surprisingly, this crash caused a red flag as crews cleaned up debris from both cars.
— Alexis McAdams (@AlexisMcAdamsTV) May 28, 2017
This incident followed what had been a clean first 100 miles, which was run in just 28 minutes, with rookie Fernando Alonso taking the early lead.