Motorsports means emotions, adrenaline and fierce competition. Formula 1 has long been hailed as the pinnacle of racing, but it’s time to recognize that the sport can learn a few things from its American counterpart, IndyCar. One of the most obvious areas where F1 fails is the lack of close competition. This weekend’s Indy 500 race was a prime example of how exciting single-seater racing can be. Josef Newgarden won the race just 0.094 seconds behind Marcus Ericsson.