Marco Andretti finished sixth in Sunday's Indianapolis 500, his seventh top ten finish in the race.
With just under 25 to go, the Indy 500 is back under caution.
Nico Rosberg took advantage of a late safety car to snatch an unlikely victory in the Monaco Grand Prix, as a strategic miscue by Mercedes cost Lewis Hamilton a near-certain win.
Another incident has brought the Indy 500 under caution.
Mattias Ekstrom finished second, a mere 0.4 seconds behind Solberg to take the runner-up spot.
Penske and Ganassi cars hold every spot inside the top seven at the 100 lap mark.
McLaren took its first win of the 2015 Blancpain GT season at Silverstone in dominant fashion with its drivers Rob Bell, Shane van Gisbergen and Kevin Estre.
Lap Record tumble as the Briton dominates. Rea and Davies to complete the podium.
The 2015 running of the Indy 500 is about to get underway.
Bernie Ecclestone suggests Formula 1 has suffered in Germany because local drivers Nico Rosberg and Sebastian Vettel are not so popular with fans.