Niagara Gazette — Power's take wasn't as detailed.
"Me and Dario just don't like Turn 3," Power said, referencing a 2011 incident here between the two. "I've never driven so hard through a whole race. I'm kind of disappointed to have been sitting in the tires in Turn 3."
Andretti, meanwhile, had been moved into third place and participated in the post-race news conference. He was directly behind the incident between Franchitti and Power and declined to give an opinion on the ruling.
"It could go either way, I wouldn't want to be the one to comment," Andretti said. "But if it moves me to third, that was definitely a block."
But it was back to fourth for Andretti when the dust finally settled on a day that, most importantly, saw Dixon move up the wins list and Bourdais get a long overdue solid finish. He just didn't have the hardware to show for his effort.
"That's OK, I've got plenty of trophies," said Bourdais. "It's not what makes your day."