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Daly, Harvey exit the Indianapolis 500

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

A short time after the horrific crash of Scott Dixon going into the air and crashing into the wall, Conor Daly had a problem with his car after getting too close to his other competitors. It appeared like he was tapped — but we’re not sure — before crashing into the wall,

Daly, who was doing good before the crash and trying to pick up some free positions, lost control and got eliminated from the race. The incident happened on lap 67.

When Daly hit the wall, pieces of his car went onto the track at Indianapolis Motor Speedway,

“I don’t know what happened in Turn 2,” Daly said. “I was about four wide and everyone jumped off the throttle in Turn 3, and you never want to do that.”

As rookie Jack Harvey was coming around the bend in Turn 3, Harvey hit pieces from Daly’s car — and caused him to crash. Harvey is reportedly fine after his accident, as was Daly.

These two cars join Dixon and Jay Howard as the only cars out of the race so far. Howard will finish in the 32nd position, while Dixon is 31st.

Daly will end the day in the 30th spot and Harvey will be 29th. Of the four cars, Daly was driving a Chevy, while the other three were driving Honda’s.

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