The century-old Indianapolis 500 is steeped in tradition, from the pre-race release of thousands of balloons to the winner's gulp of milk in Victory Lane.
But Chip Ganassi, one of racing's leading team owners, thinks Indy has one tradition too many.
The Indianapolis 500 should stop letting its races end under the yellow caution flag, as it did last year when Tony Kanaan won, Ganassi said Friday.
The 200,000-plus spectators who watch the race at Indianapolis Motor Speedway deserve to see the race finish at full speed under green-flag conditions, he said.
IndyCar should follow the lead of NASCAR, which a decade ago adopted a "green-white-checkered"...