Briscoe accuses Power of dangerous driving

Ryan Briscoe, who started 30th in the Indy 500, worked his way up the grid and into the top 10 with just seven laps remaining. However, the Aussie finished 18th after he and fellow Australian Will Power came together.

“I’m just really upset with the finish," Briscoe said after the race. “I got a run on Power, and he just completely drove me to the grass and chopped me and broke my front wing."

Power ended up finishing eighth.

“It was dangerous driving and I just can’t believe he didn’t get a penalty or anything," Briscoe said.

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