The worst news ever for racecar drivers is that everything they say is being broadcast to someone somewhere. Some racers probably keep this in mind. I probably wouldn't if I was going 200 miles per hour. Luckily, neither does Marco Andretti. His quotes from the Indy Star:
Andretti, after being passed by Ryan Briscoe for the lead: "(Expletive), I'm going back at him!"
Pit: "Just nice and easy. Long race."
Andretti: "One of my shoes just melted to the throttle."
Andretti, who was leading: "It's going to cost us the race, the freaking overboost."
Andretti: "These guys (other drivers) are trying to (expletive) kill me!"
Andretti, on changes he expected during a previous pit stop: "You didn't put the rear wing in?"
Pit: "No, we didn't put the rear wing in."
Andretti: "That's what I was (expletive) screaming for."
Pit: "Well, I didn't hear that."
Andretti: "I didn't say it because I'm (expletive) bored."
Andretti, on being asked to conserve fuel: "I don't want to give away any more position because we're already (expletive)."
Way to be, Marco. Way to be.