Much like a sequel to a four-star Oscar winner, the second act didn't live up to the original. But the finish to Friday's Indy Lights race at Indianapolis was still pretty damn good.
This year, Gabby Chaves won by 0.005 seconds over Matthew Brabham after he made a late move down the frontstretch on the final lap to win by the nose and wing of his car.
Crazily, this year's margin of victory was double what it was in 2013, when Peter Dempsey bested Chaves in a four-wide finish to win by 0.0026 seconds.
That's a finish that will never be duplicated but it was an impressive try, right?
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