INDIANAPOLIS — Scott Dixon was in disbelief.

After leading for nearly half of the 106th running of the Indianapolis 500 (95 of 200 laps) on Sunday, Dixon failed to slow down enough by the pit-road speed limiter and was penalized with a drive-through after making his final stop. 

In an instant, the dominant Dixon’s hopes of securing a second Indy 500 title evaporated.

He finished 21st.

“Are you serious?” Dixon yelled on the team radio. “(Expletive). I’m so sorry. What the (expletive)?”

“It’s just heartbreaking, to be honest,” he said afterward. “I must have been very close. I came into the pit, locked the gears, and then locked over four.

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