Graham Rahal has become the first driver to crash out of this year's Indianapolis 500.
The rookie hit the wall at the final corner on lap 38, with his car eventually coming to a stop near the startline.
Rahal had been making progress through the field at the time after losing ground in the first pitstops, but was about to be lapped by the race leaders when he crashed.
"I just got high in Turn 4 and went straight up into the wall," Rahal said. "There's just very little you can do. I was just trying to make up some ground that we'd lost in the pits."
The Ganassi team have dominated the opening stages of the race, with Dan Wheldon taking the lead from Scott Dixon on lap three, although Dixon has now moved back in front during the second pitstops.
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