IndyCar.com’s Brian Simpson was first to the finish line in the iRacing.com Pro-Am event.
Ed Carpenter led 3 laps en route to an eleventh place finish for Sarah Fisher Racing.
Ed Carpenter and Justin Wilson practice for the iRacing Pro-Am event.
This year marked the Centennial Anniversary of the first Indy 500.
Simona de Silvestro was an early retirement in the HVM Dallara-Honda.
Dan Wheldon only led one lap . . . but it was the one that counted.
Will Power was a visitor to the iRacing garage.
Power gets some tips from his “riding mechanic.”
Ed Carpenter gives some driving tips to the next Danica Patrick. Or is she the next Simona de Silvestro?
Carpenter practices for the iRacing Pro-Am event.
Shaun Pechin celebrates his heat win with a traditional gulp of moo-juice.
The iconic Indianapolis Motor Speedway pagoda.
Rain was a constant presence at Indy this year.
The “Hot Wheels-iRacing.com-IndyCar Nation” garage
Some of the AMs have at in the iRacing.com Pro-Am.
The AMs had the time of their lives racing with Ed Carpenter, Justin Wilson and Oriol Servia.
JT Hildebrand never put a wheel wrong . . . until the final turn.
Despite his last lap mistake, Hildebrand was a worthy winner of Rookie of the Year honors.
Tanner Foust put on quite a show in the pre-race festivities.
One of the greatest racers of all time — Parnelli Jones — does a lap of honor in the 1911 Indy 500-winning Marmon Wasp.
Sebastian Saavedra was another IndyCar driver to pop-in to the iRacing garage to do some sim racing.
iRacing’s Sean Siff offers Saavedra some pointers; purely coincidence but Saavedra failed to qualify for the Indy 500 . . .
Takuma Sato flies the iRacing colors on his KV Racing Dallara-Honda. Unfortunately, he was an early retirement from the 2011 Indy 500.
Oriol Servia led 18 laps en route to a sixth place finish for Newman-Haas Racing
Servia, Wilson and Carpenter in the iRacing.com Pro-Am; only Wilson would see the checkered flag.
Servia knows a winner when he sees one, in this case Kieran Brughelli, top amateur finisher in the iRacing.com Pro-Am event.
Justin Wilson brought the Dreyer & Reinbold Dallara-Honda home 16th on race day.
Wilson and Carpenter prepare for the iRacing Pro-Am event, while Servia’s seat remains vacant . . . he arrived just in time to qualify offering some excuse about an engineering meeting at Newman-Haas. Get your priorities straight, Oriol!
Penske Racing was a shadow of its normally efficient self this year at Indy.
Power fell a lap down after making an unscheduled stop to replace his missing wheel and making repairs to brakes that were damaged during his three-wheeled lap.
Power could never recover from his early problems and finished 14th, but still leads the overall Izod IndyCar Series standings.