Young rookie JR Hildebrand was well on his way to make history in the 100th anniversary of the Indy 500. The 23-year-old American picked up the lead in the final laps, but then the unthinkable happened. In the very last corner of the very last lap, Hildebrand got up too high on the dusty part of the track while getting around the lapped Charlie Kimball and couldn’t keep his Panther-run car out of the wall. Hildebrand’s car limped across the finish line, but only after Britain’s Dan Wheldon took over the lead and grabbed his second victory in the Indy 500 during his first appearance this season. Pure Hollywood.