"I'd been watching the flagger during the race, and they were waving it right as the first row paired up, especially later in the race," Hunter-Reay said. "And I knew that. I came out of the chicane and got right next to Briscoe and took my foot off the gas and then put it back on. He might have seen it as one motion. But the green flag was out, and I went. I definitely jumped out and I'm happy about it. But, you know, it [stunk] for him, for sure."