Couldn’t start my 2000 Indy 500 today. Pulled the crankcase drain plugs and I’d say about 3 measuring cups of gas came equally out of each cylinder. If 1 carburetor’s needle and seat was leaking would it fill both sides of the crankcase like this? If not I’m having a hard time believing both carbs decided to leak. Could the fuel pump pulse line fill both side with gas if it were leaking? Just trying to find a starting point for troubleshooting. I’ll add that the machine has never done this. It happened after my daughter and her friends were putting around the yard last weekend when temps were in the 40’s. After about an hour they came to me and said it was “running funny”. Engine was very hot and I let it sit until today. Could the warm temps and low rpm operation cause an excessively rich condition and unburned fuel to fill the crankcase? After I drained it and cleaned the plugs it runs fine.