Indianapolis 500 – 2018 – Sunday, 9:15am – Quick Gasoline Alley notes as build-up begins

By Tony DiZinno Activity is picking up significantly in Gasoline Alley, the midway, and in pit lane as we get closer to cars rolling out. Meanwhile in the media center, Formula 1's Monaco Grand Prix is on as it is just underway.
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Indianapolis 500 – 2018 – Sunday, 6 a.m. – Open and IT’S RACE DAY for the 102nd Indianapolis 500!!

By Tony DiZinno IT’S RACE DAY!!! Welcome to TrackSide Online’s coverage of the 102nd Indianapolis 500 presented by PennGrade Motor Oil. Patrick and I are both into the media center before 5:30 a.m. local time, before the canon went off at 6
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Chevrolet Teams and Drivers Ready for Indianapolis 500

  Chevrolet aims for 10th Indy 500 victory dating to 1988 ᴏ 16 drivers have 2.2-liter V6 direct-inject engine providing power Ed Carpenter is pole sitter for the third time in a Chevrolet ᴏ Two Ed Carpenter Racing teammates also to start
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‘What They’re Saying’ from Indianapolis 500 Carb Day practice

ROBERT WICKENS (No. 6 Lucas Oil SPM Honda): "We were just running through the program. We had to do an install first lap, then we did some pit stops. Then we got into our test program trying different things. There wasn't
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Hot temperatures will make for interesting track conditions in Sunday’s Indy 500  Speedway, IN (May 25, 2018)- The Dreyer & Reinbold Racing duo of Sage Karam and J.R. Hildebrand completed their “Carb Day” testing runs Friday at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway as preparations continued for the
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