Will Power took the lead in the Indianapolis 500 with four laps to go, knew he had it won when he took the white flag all alone and spent the final lap yelling to himself as he pulled away from the field.
Some fans had some pretty interesting gear as they prepped for the start of the race.
Gates officially opened up for fans at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
When IMS announced the option earlier this year, 15 homes booked within one week at $3,000 a pop.
Despite having to relearn how to drive an IndyCar, Danica Patrick is very familiar with the Speedway.
The most popular way to get around the garage is the American way: A suped-up golf cart.
Mothers can also go to the Hall of Fame Museum at IMS to use an air-conditioned space for any of their needs.
Dominating female drivers are few and far between but there's no doubt women have shaped the Indy 500 from the very beginning and will continue to do so.
Ed Carpenter crashed Team Penske's front-row party Sunday. The owner-driver hopes it leads to an even bigger celebration next week at his home track.