Ryan Hunter-Reay admitted he was biased when asked four years ago about the greatest race in Indianapolis 500 history. He made it clear his own 2014 victory was based more on merit than ego.
There was a red flag with seven laps to go. The lead changed just about every lap. Marco Andretti came oh-so-close to ending his family's Indy 500 curse. And ultimately, Hunter-Reay held off three-time winner Helio Castroneves in the second-closest finish in history.