INDIANAPOLIS - The IndyCar season finale will be all about strategy. Just don't expect Target Chip Ganassi or Team Penske to discuss their plans.
With Dario Franchitti chasing his third straight points title for Ganassi, and Will Power trying to make an improbable charge to give Penske its first championship in five years, both teams are staying quiet.
They'll face plenty of obstacles Sunday.
Thirty-four cars are expected to clog the 1.5-mile track. That's more cars than at Indianapolis and on a smaller track. Pit row accidents have been a problem all season and Indy 500 winner Dan Wheldon will be charging from the back for a shot at winning $5 million.
Any or all could wreak havoc on Las Vegas' feature attraction - Franchitti versus Power.