Scott Dixon got his IndyCar season off right with a win in the Gainsco Indy 300 at Homestead-Miami Speedway. But it didn't look like his race to win. Tony Kanaan came out of the last round of green flag pit stops in the lead and appeared to have the victory in hand until rookie Ernesto Viso punctured a tire and spun seven laps from the finish of the 200-lap race. Kanaan tried to duck around the sliding Viso, but his right-front tire was left askew after clipping Viso's machine. That gave Dixon the lead and his second win at the 1.5-mile oval. Marco Andretti finished second and defending race winner Dan Wheldon was third after starting the race 22nd. Read more about the race here.
-- Michele Vincze