What happens when a IndyCar loses it’s brakes going 190 miles per hour? It’s not pretty. That’s what occurred to IndyCar driver Tony Kanaan during the morning warmup Sunday for the Baltimore Grand Prix. The brakes went out heading into turn one as the car rocketed over the right side pod of Helio Castroneves car who was right in front of him. Kanaan went airborne landing on the ground and crashing through several sets of tire barriers. Amazingly he was not hurt as Kanaan claimed having Castroneves in front of him saved his life. After starting at the back of the field in his backup car Kanaan went on to finish third. Team Penske’s Will Power won the inaugural event.