I have only watched a couple other races this year: Indy and one other oval. Today, I saw the last half of Fontana. Graham Rahal won (2nd time ever) under a last lap caution. There were certainly some emotions today with the accidents that happened, but after the race, everybody (except perhaps Rahal) seemed a bit subdued. It was a grueling race. Nobody seemed able to maintain the lead more than a very short time. sometimes seconds. Lots of "pack racing", which rather infuriated some folks out there. One guy made reference to DW's crash in LV that claimed his life. Interesting, since IndyCar seemed to respond very quickly with a brand new ruleset creating brand new cars. But I wonder if it's kind of true. This race was an excellent "spectator's race", but you got the sense that every driver was glad to see it over. Next race: Milwaukee mile.