By Bruce Martin It’s past 10 p.m. at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway and the tall scoring pylon on the frontstretch is illuminated with the starting positions of the 33-car starting field for the 100th Indianapolis 500. The lights reflect off the white-painted outside wall on the race track and even on the black asphalt as…

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