2007 Indianapolis 500 - Caution Periods

Caution Periods

There were eleven caution periods during the race, with a total of fifty-five laps run under yellow, including the race's final lap.

Laps Cause
11-15 Debris in turn 1 from John Andretti
38-43 Roberto Moreno crash, turn 1
52-59 Jon Herb crash, turn 2
66-70 Milka Duno crash, turn 1
99-106 John Andretti crash, turn 2
108-111 Phil Giebler crash, turn 1
112-113 rain (red flag after lap 113)
114-115 restart
151-156 Marty Roth crash, turn 1
157-161 Tony Kanaan/Jacques Lazier crash, turn 4
163-166 Marco Andretti/Dan Wheldon/Buddy Rice/Ed Carpenter crash, backstretch

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