Andretti-Green Do Something Right

Tony Kanaan won the geographically challenged Indy Japan 300.  All I have to say is -- it's about time.  Last year's dominance of Penske and Ganassi was making the IRL a real bore.
"This was a race where I had to be patient,'' Kanaan said. "When I started, the car wasn't that good but I knew the track would get better.  By the last stop, I was convinced I could pit and come out and go ahead of Dan and that\'s what happened.''
Let's hope Andretti-Green can make things interesting this year.  Super weirdo Dan Weldon finished second and acted a little pissed about it.
"We were the fastest car but we lost radio contact early on and that cost us,'' said Wheldon, who led for 126 laps. "That's something that should be fixed.  When we are costing ourselves the opportunity to win because of silly mistakes it's very frustrating.''
Hello! Rahal-Letterman are you listening. Let's have some action out of you too.

Credit Yahoo IRL for the quote.