The second-year driver has gained plenty of attention this season because he drives the GoDaddy car that was previously piloted by Danica Patrick. And Hinchcliffe has excelled in that ride, entering the Indy 500 third in points. He starts second on Sunday after falling .0023 seconds short of Ryan Briscoe in the race for the pole. It was the closest margin between first and second in Indianapolis 500 qualifying history. With a Chevrolet powering his race car, look for him to be up front as the laps wind down at Indy.