INDIANAPOLIS -- We're down to the last 50 laps of the 94th Indianapolis 500, and unless something changes, the storyline is this: No one's got anything for Dario Franchitti.
He's run up front all day and, just before the last round of pit stops, he'd built nearly a 10-second lead. So he's Story A.
Story B, for my money, is Tony Kanaan. He was running second behind Franchitti before the last round of pit stops; now he's third behind Franchitti and -- here we go again with this storyline -- Marco Andretti.
Right now Andretti Autosport has three cars in the top six. So much for the premature reports of that team's demise.