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- Honda-powered Ryan Hunter-Reay claims first Indy victory
- Second Honda Indy victory in last three years; 10th Honda Indy triumph since 2003
- Honda powers four of top-six finishers
Honda-powered Ryan Hunter-Reay won Sunday’s 98th running of the Indianapolis 500 at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, edging Helio Castoneves by six hundredths of a second in the second-closed finish in “500” history.
After running for the first 300 miles at the fastest pace in “500” history, a late-race red flag set up a six-lap shootout to the finish, with Hunter-Reay, Castroneves and the Honda-powered car of Marco Andretti in contention for the victory.
Hunter-Reay and Castroneves traded the lead repeatedly in the final six laps, with Andretti stalking less than a half-second behind. Charging into the first turn at the start of the final lap, Hunter-Reay swept past Castroneves. The pair ran nose-to-tail throughout the final three corners, but the Chevrolet-powered machine of Castroneves was unable to find the speed needed to complete the pass.
Hunter-Reay’s victory was the first Indy 500 triumph in his IndyCar career, but the third for Honda in the last three years. Honda’s last win was in 2012 with Dario Franchitti.
Ryan Hunter-Reay (#28 Andretti Autosport Honda) 2014 Indianapolis 500 winner: “This [Indianapolis] is American History, an American tradition. For me, this is more important than [winning] the championship. I hope the fans loved the finish, ’cause I was on the edge of MY seat! Thanks to my team, I love driving for these guys and thanks to Honda, we had an awesome engine today.”
Art St. Cyr (President, Honda Performance Development) on today’s race win: “What a fantastic day, and an incredible finish. I hope all the fans loved it as much as we did. The entire HPD organization worked so hard to achieve this result – not just today, but starting months ago and all through the weeks here at Indianapolis. Their effort has been outstanding, and today’s victory is reward for all of their efforts. This is our third win in a row, starting at Barber last month and the Grand Prix of Indy two weeks ago, and it feels like we on a roll. So we’re really looking forward to extending that streak to four- and five-in-a-row at the doubleheader in Detroit next week!”
Dash cams are becoming more the norm for many different reasons. Some use these devices strictly for leisure like track day events and vacations. Others, especially those who are on the road a lot, use them as a black box to protect themselves against fraud in case of an accident. Regardless of your intended use, here is a short test video we made using the Original Dash Cam. These dash cams are very easy to use and come with everything you need to start recording right out of the box. Both the Original Dash Cam and Dash Cam 2 are available on our web site.
A quick look at the Honda Fit from the North American International Auto Show.