Following a wild and heated weekend in St. Petersburg, Chip Ganassi Racing manager Mike Hull, Schmidt Peterson Motorsports general manager Piers Phillips, and Andretti Autosport COO Rob Edwards join the Week In IndyCar podcast with Marshall Pruett to break down the event won by Sebastien Bourdais after Phillips’ driver Robert Wickens and Edwards’ driver Alexander Rossi clashed with two lap remaining.
Which driver deserved the blame? Should Rossi have received a penalty? And why did IndyCar penalize Hull’s driver Scott Dixon for Turn 1 contact but not Edwards’ driver?
Listen in for their answers before Hull and Pruett close the episode by answering listener Q&A.