The tension between Scott Dixon and Will Power that flared last week in California continued in Baltimore.
Two of the IndyCar Series' top drivers collided in the 53rd lap of Sunday's Grand Prix of Baltimore, and the cause of the crash was not in dispute.
After a restart and heading into Turn 1, Power tried to pass Sebastien Bourdais' No. 7 car. Dixon, who was trailing Power, attempted to do the same thing, and Power cut off Dixon, sending the No. 9 car into the wall and damaging the right side of the vehicle.
That ended Dixon's day, but not his anger over the incident. After he got out of his car and removed his helmet, Dixon angrily gestured to a race official and as he...