The New Zealand motor racing driver Scott Dixon wasn't happy with his Australian counterpart Will Power in today's second round of the Indycar series in Alabama.
Dixon, who started third on the grid, finished second to pole-sitter Power.
The race was run under numerous yellow caution flags and Dixon wasn't happy with Power's restarts.
Power now leads the overall standings from Dario Franchitti, with Dixon moving up from 16th to 4th.
The third round is in Long Beach, California next weekend.