Search for speed continues at Indy 500 practice in trickier conditions

“You could see the gestures of a lot of people when they were debriefing with their engineers,” Sebastien Bourdais said after a rain-shortened session in which teams and drivers struggled to get a handle on changing weather conditions.
“When you see heads moving a lot and guys counter-steering and not acting comfortable in the car, you can definitely tell that today was quite a bit trickier,” said Bourdais, who had the fourth-fastest lap of the day at 225.996 mph in the No. 18 SealMaster Honda for Dale Coyne Racing with Vasser-Sullivan.

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