Indy 500 Results: Highlights, Analysis and Finishing Times for Every Driver

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Indy 500 Results: Highlights, Analysis and Finishing Times for Every Driver
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The 2013 Indianapolis 500 has been completed, and Tony Kanaan outlasted the entire field for the victory.

In the runner-up spot was rookie Carlos Munoz.

Here, we have the full slate of results below, as well as some incredible highlights from the biggest event in auto racing.

Note: Full results courtesy of IndyCar.com

 

Full 2013 Indy 500 Results

Finish Driver Start

Difference (seconds)

1. Tony Kanaan 12
2. Carlos Munoz 2 -0.1159
3. Ryan Hunter-Reay 7 -0.2480
4. Marco Andretti 3 -0.3634
5. Justin Wilson 14 -0.8138
6. Helio Castroneves 8 -3.0086
7. A.J. Allmendinger 5 -4.0107
8. Simon Pagenaud 21 -4.2609
9. Charlie Kimball 19 -5.6864
10. Ed Carpenter 1 -6.8425
11. Oriol Servia 13 -7.8633
12. Ryan Briscoe 23 -8.9216
13. Takuma Sato 18 -10.2602
14. Scott Dixon 16 -10.2602
15. Ana Beatriz 29 -12.2657
16. Tristan Vautier 28 -15.3045
17. Simona De Silvestro 24 -15.7201
18. E.J. Viso 4 -17.8056
19. Will Power 6 -22.5403
20. James Jakes 20 1 Lap
21. James Hinchcliffe 9 1 Lap
22. Dario Franchitti 17 2 Laps
23. Conor Daly 31 3 Laps
24. Alex Tagliani 11 4 Laps
25. Graham Rahal 26 7 Laps
26. Katherine Legge 33 7 Laps
27. Townsend Bell 22 8 Laps
28. Josef Newgarden 25 9 Laps
29. Sebastien Bourdais 15 22 Laps
30. Pippa Mann 30 154 Laps
31. Buddy Lazier 32 156 Laps
32. Sebastian Saavedra 27 166 Laps
33. J.R. Hildebrand 10 197 Laps

 

Highlights

Tony Kanaan's milk chug challenge

Chris Graythen/Getty Images

 

Milk distribution for each competitor

ESPN's Linsay Czarniak tweeted this photo that spills each driver's milk preference:

 

The finish, courtesy of the Indy Motor Speedway's official Twitter page

 

A Race record encompasses 2013's excitement

According to Dave Lewandowski of IndyCar.com, this year's competition broke an obscene number of records. He broke it all down—and here is part of the race from Lewandowski's numerical perspective:

68 -- Race-record lead changes, breaking 34 in 2012.

14 -- Race-record different lap leaders -- a third of the field -- breaking 12 in 1993.

27 -- Race-record cars running at the finish, breaking 26 in 1911.

187.433 -- Average speed in miles per hour, a race record. Arie Luyendyk held the record of 185.981 mph since 1990. It was only the fourth time the race record has been broken.

226.940 -- Fastest lap in miles per hour by Justin Wilson on Lap 185.

223.651 -- Fastest lap in miles per hour by race leader, Carlos Munoz, on Lap 184.

4 -- Women to qualify (Simona De Silvestro, Ana Beatriz, Pippa Mann and Katherine Legge), the most since 2011.

21 -- Laps under caution for five yellow flags.

Curt Calvin of the Indianapolis Star sums it up beautifully:

 

Dario Franchitti's view from the start

This is a cool view of Dario Franchitti's perspective at the race's beginning.

Given that he's won two of the previous three Indy 500s (and three of the last six), a glimpse from his vantage point is quite surreal.

Clearly, this turned out to be one fantastic race from start to finish. To that end, it will be difficult for another Indy 500 to match this year's incredible field of talent and the suspenseful outcome toward the end.

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