We looked inside some of the tweets by @chrisautosport and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
I expect #IndyCar to Nashville will be announced at a Wednesday event billed as an announcement of "a major sports and entertainment event addition to occur annually in downtown Nashville."
Slept on it. Still think IndyCar should have thrown the red flag. This week’s Top 5 column: https://t.co/zEUwYB6Bps
Nope. While I wanted a chance at the W, a 1.5 hour track repair combined with the fact there are no gimmicks in @IndyCar racing means the #Indy500 ran its course like it should’ve. Some may be upset, but as a competitor that’s the way it’s always been and should be. https://t.co/Grpypxz717
For the record, the attenuator was in very bad shape after Spencer's wreck. The red would have been a VERY long red to fix it properly, and if you don't fix it properly, you're not gonna run green flag laps. It's not an ideal finish, but it's the finish we get this year #Indy500 https://t.co/SiDbRpQODb
I was told it would have taken at least 90 minutes to repair. https://t.co/6faDFUYhh0
IndyCar: “IndyCar makes every effort to end races under green, but in this case following the assessment of the incident, there were too few laps remaining to gather the field behind the pace car, issue a red flag and then restart for a green-flag finish.”
Correct call. https://t.co/4LESlamrXK
@shimi_raikkonen How are you handling this???