INDIANAPOLIS -- Moments after completing his fastest lap of the day, Robby Gordon hit the wall Monday during practice for the Indianapolis 500.
He wasn't injured.
Gordon, who had just turned a lap at 218.446 mph, lost control in the second turn, slid across the track, spun and hit the outside wall with the left side of his car.
He was out of the car unharmed, and the Dallara was hauled back to the garage with damage to the left side.
It was the first crash in two days of practice for the May 30 race.