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FAST FORWARD: Chevrolet Detroit Grand Prix presented by Lear Race 2

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Watch Race 2 of the Chevrolet Detroit Grand Prix on Belle Isle in under 30 minutes.

18 thoughts on “FAST FORWARD: Chevrolet Detroit Grand Prix presented by Lear Race 2”

  1. These cars look much more difficult to drive than a Formula 1 car. All of the drivers look like they're fighting their car every time they make a turn. This is still more entertaining than Formula 1 in my opinion, because it's not always the same drivers and teams on the podium at the end of each race. Plus, with stuff like flat tires, spin outs, malfunctioning parts, etc happening to even the best of drivers and teams, you never know who's going to be the one to get the checkered flag.

  2. Why would they show the pace car wreck when you can just record it on Sportcenter's Not Top 10, and watch it as many times as you want? I don't think ESPN wants that indelible memory associated with their last IndyCar broadcast anyway. It's amazing that IndyCar creates these FREE videos and people still find something to complain about. Great win by… 😉

  3. Hey @IndyCar, whoever complied this should be reassigned.
    First of all, THE LIVE PASS FOR THE LEAD & WIN ISNT PART OF THE HIGHLIGHTS! i mean, seriously, if you had to only show one thing, the move for the win would be it, not skipped. Plus the most talked about part of the race, the pace car crashing, isnt part of it either. Let's not include the 2 parts that the rest of the world would be interested in seeing. Good grief

  4. (first season I watch Indycar) I get the feeling Rossi is phenomenal when not under pressure. He seems to have an aggressive driving style that doesn't help when managing the tyres or defending the position. Maybe that was a different story with the higher downforce aero of the past years but obviously he's doing something right.

  5. Terrible editing guys. Ryan driving 20 seconds ahead of the pack the last 8 laps and nothing of Rossi blowing it or the build up? Or the pace car that made national news?

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