So far, today's race has belonged to Dario Franchitti; the 10 car has dominated Helio Castroneves and the rest of the field for the vast majority of the 85 laps thus far.
In third place, however, was the relatively unknown Raphael Matos, who was a 50-to-1 shot to tak the race coming into today. It was not to be for Matos, however, as he lost control of his car on the 77th lap and crashed into the wall.
The crash looked worse than it actually was for Matos; his car was a complete wreck, crumpling in onto itself upon hitting the wall. But it did so backwards, meaning that Matos' cockpit wasn't in any danger. The Brazilian driver exited the car uninjured.