The Big Picture 2013-03-27

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The Big Picture 2013-03-27

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Scott Dixon, Target Chip Ganassi Racing Honda
Scott Dixon, Target Chip Ganassi Racing Honda

Photo by: Eric Gilbert

Fernando Alonso, Ferrari F138 crashes out of the race on lap 2
Fernando Alonso, Ferrari F138 crashes out of the race on lap 2

Photo by: XPB Images

Sebastian Vettel, Red Bull Racing RB9 leads at the start of the race
Sebastian Vettel, Red Bull Racing RB9 leads at the start of the race

Photo by: XPB Images

Tony Stewart, Stewart-Haas Racing Chevrolet unhappy after the race
Tony Stewart, Stewart-Haas Racing Chevrolet unhappy after the race

Photo by: Action Sports Photography

Jake Rosenzweig
Jake Rosenzweig

Photo by: XPB Images

Sergio Perez, McLaren MP4-28 locks up under braking
Sergio Perez, McLaren MP4-28 locks up under braking

Photo by: XPB Images

Ana Beatriz, Dale Coyne Racing Honda
Ana Beatriz, Dale Coyne Racing Honda

Photo by: Eric Gilbert

Sébastien Bourdais, Dragon Racing Chevrolet
Sébastien Bourdais, Dragon Racing Chevrolet

Photo by: Eric Gilbert

Race winner Sebastian Vettel, Red Bull Racing celebrates in parc ferme
Race winner Sebastian Vettel, Red Bull Racing celebrates in parc ferme

Photo by: XPB Images

Alex Figge leadaing into Turn 1 after the re-start
Alex Figge leadaing into Turn 1 after the re-start

Photo by: Martin W. Spetz

EJ Viso, Team Venezuela / Andretti Autosport / HVM Chevrolet
EJ Viso, Team Venezuela / Andretti Autosport / HVM Chevrolet

Photo by: Eric Gilbert

Victory lane: race winner Kyle Busch
Victory lane: race winner Kyle Busch

Photo by: Action Sports Photography

Tim Pappas
Tim Pappas

Photo by: Eric Gilbert

Fernando Alonso, Ferrari F138 crashes out on lap 2 with a broken front wing
Fernando Alonso, Ferrari F138 crashes out on lap 2 with a broken front wing

Photo by: XPB Images

Podium: race winner Sebastian Vettel, Red Bull Racing, second place Mark Webber, Red Bull Racing
Podium: race winner Sebastian Vettel, Red Bull Racing, second place Mark Webber, Red Bull Racing

Photo by: XPB Images

Crash,Alexey Dudukalo, Lada Granta, LADA Sport Lukoil and James Thompson, Lada Granta, LADA Sport Lukoil
Crash,Alexey Dudukalo, Lada Granta, LADA Sport Lukoil and James Thompson, Lada Granta, LADA Sport Lukoil

Photo by: XPB Images

Testing action
Testing action

Photo by: Maclean Photographic

Victory circle: race winner James Hinchcliffe, Andretti Autosport Chevrolet celebrates
Victory circle: race winner James Hinchcliffe, Andretti Autosport Chevrolet celebrates

Photo by: Eric Gilbert

Race winner Kyle Busch, Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota celebrates
Race winner Kyle Busch, Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota celebrates

Photo by: Getty Images

Nico Rosberg, Mercedes AMG F1 W04 makes a pit stop
Nico Rosberg, Mercedes AMG F1 W04 makes a pit stop

Photo by: XPB Images

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