Yeah, I think it was just a racing incident and Sato being Sato - aggressive, impatient - my point earlier in the thread was that Sato knows that's what he's doing and doesn't seem like he's about to change. That's why I pointed out how he responded without any hesitation to the interviewer's question. He's aggressive and goes for the opening, and he's entertaining - and frustrating. Man, I wanted him to make it work, but that duck under Dario on the inside of Turn 1 seemed to play out in slow motion and I was on pins & needles.
This was actually the second time Sato had led a race at Indy. He also led a lap or two at the 2004 USGP.