Race leader J.R. Hildebrand was on his way to the checkered flag when he crashed into the wall during this years Indi 500.

Hilderbrand was rounding the 4th turn at just too high of speed, causing him to slide into the wall and break his front-right tire.

Hildebrand didn't suffer any major injuries but was left in shock. Hands on his knees, he struggled to come to terms with the misfortune he just had.

It's a helpless feeling, he said after the race.

This allows Dan Wheldon to win his second Indianapolis 500 race in spectacular fashion.