Scott Dixon expects to be fined by IndyCar for calling for race director Beaux Barfield to be fired following a second consecutive frustrating race that affected his championship chances.
Dixon told The Associated Press on Wednesday after a few days to cool off, he realized he probably deserves a penalty for his frank comments after crashing out of Sunday's race at Baltimore.
''Reflecting on it, I shouldn't have been so outspoken and I probably will be fined for it and I respect that,'' Dixon said. ''It was just frustration of a two-week period. For me, I love the sport, I want to see it better and what I did didn't help. My concern is not making things look bad for the series. I love my job and don't want to be doing anything else, and I don't want it to be perceived otherwise. I want to learn from the mistakes we've made.''
Dixon has been outspoken before in his desire for consistency from race control, but the New Zealander has amped up his criticism after back-to-back races c...