Originally written on Fox Sports  |  Last updated 5/27/12
Tony Kanaan was hoping his luck would change at this year's Indianapolis 500. Not a chance. The hard-luck Brazilian was passed by both of Chip Ganassi's drivers on the final restart of the race, losing the lead on lap 195 and settling for third place behind Dario Franchitti and runner-up Scott Dixon. It was his fifth top-10 finish in 11 career starts at Indy. For Kanaan, it was another bitter ending. His team owner, Jimmy Vasser, thought Kanaan did an incredible job putting the No. 11 car in position for the win.
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