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Tumultuous May Hasn’t Impeded Scott Dixon’s Title Hunt One Bit

A second-place finish in the Grand Prix of Indianapolis, a pole award for the Indy 500, a robbery at gunpoint, and a vicious crash. This is how Scott Dixon’s May went. It was an up-and-down month at Indianapolis Motor Speedway to say the least. The New Zealander hadn’t finished worse …

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Beyond the Cockpit: Buddy Lazier On His Single-Car Team: ‘We’ll Surprise People on Raceday’

Don’t think twice about telling Buddy Lazier that it’s been 21 years since he triumphed in Victory Lane for the 80th Indianapolis 500 in 1996. He knows it only helps his efforts with a single-car team in the Verizon IndyCar Series. In a race dominated by drafting, car reliability and …

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Jay Howard Feeling Confident for Return Indy 500 Start

Every year, the Indianapolis 500 brings out those not-so-average drivers who put together a special deal to attempt the world’s biggest race. For 2017, Jay Howard is one of those names. Last starting a Verizon IndyCar Series event in 2011, the 36-year-old is back in the series with Schmidt Peterson …

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Helio Castroneves Tops Final Indy 500 Practice

Team Penske may have struggled in qualifying, but they have the last laugh before Sunday’s 101st Indianapolis 500. Helio Castroneves led the way in the extended one-hour session, ripping around the 2.5-mile track in 39.5819 seconds (227.377 mph). The three-time race winner ran 28 laps and was more than a …

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4 Burning Questions: Who Will Win the 101st Indianapolis 500?

Who Will Win the 101st Indianapolis 500? A day of nostalgia, distinction and a frenzy of emotion is now upon us. The 101st Indianapolis 500 is sure to be another one for the ages after a jam-packed month of testing, practice runs and qualifying attempts. Like always, Sunday is a momentous …

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