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Indianapolis 500 Viewer’s Guide

Sunday represents a significant turning point in the Greatest Spectacle in Racing. In many ways, the 2015 Indianapolis 500 is the beginning of the end for veterans like Helio Castroneves, Tony Kanaan and Juan Pablo Montoya. Waiting in the wings is the next generation of potential superstar in the form …

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Vautier Replaces Huertas Days Before Indy 500

Perhaps the strangest month of May in recent memory continues to get stranger as yet another Indianapolis 500 driver change was confirmed late on Thursday night. Frenchman Tristan Vautier, who qualified James Davison’s No. 19 car for owner Dale Coyne with no plans to compete, will now return to the …

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IndyCar Preview: The 99th Indianapolis 500

The 99th Indianapolis 500 For everything that the Verizon IndyCar Series has been through over the years, it’s crown jewel, the Indianapolis 500, still stands tall as the most prestigious and well-known auto-racing event in the world.  This Sunday, for the 99th time, the Indianapolis 500 will be contested in …

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IndyCar Adds Boston Shunt to 2016 Schedule

IndyCar is headed to Downtown Boston. New for the 2016 season, the Grand Prix of Boston has been announced for Labor Day weekend and will be contested on the streets of the storied city using a 2.25-mile, 11 turn circuit within the Seaport District in the south end near the …

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No Penske Pressure for Simon Pagenaud

Despite the assumed pressure of driving for Team Penske in the Indianapolis 500 for the first time on Sunday, Simon Pagenaud says he isn’t feeling any stress whatsoever due to having a car that he knows can win. That wasn’t always a given over at Schmidt Peterson Motorsports where Pagenaud …

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Sébastien Bourdais: Stop Making Assumptions Indy is Safe

Veteran IndyCar champion Sébastien Bourdais accused the media Thursday of overblowing the rash of incidents during the buildup to the Indianapolis 500 this past week, claiming the rhetoric coming from the media center has made fans lose sight of the fact that open wheel racing is inherently dangerous. Bourdais was …

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