Quick open and schedule for Legends Day at Indy

By Patrick Stephan Welcome to what is supposedly the "slow" day at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Yes, there is no on track activity for INDYCAR, but there is already a very crowded autograph session under way, and then we have the
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Indianapolis 500: Carb Day Report

May 25, 2018 INDIANAPOLIS – Carb Day is the final chance for race teams to fine-tune their cars for the Indianapolis 500. After the one hour practice was checkered, it was Tony Kanaan atop the scoring pylon with a lap speed of
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Dixon, Andretti, Bourdais All Fast in “Carb Day” for the Indianapolis 500

  Scott Dixon, Marco Andretti lead the way for Honda on “Carb Day” Sebastien Bourdais runs fourth overall in one-hour practice session Honda drivers claim four of the top six positions in final practice prior to Sunday’s “500”   SPEEDWAY, Ind. (May
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Veteran Kanaan leads final practice before 102nd Indianapolis 500

INDIANAPOLIS (Friday, May 25, 2018) - If there's one thing known following the final practice prior to the 102nd Indianapolis 500 presented by PennGrade Motor Oil, it's that no one knows for sure what is going to happen in Sunday's iconic race. Miller Lite Carb
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Fans Encouraged To Plan Ahead, Arrive Early, Hydrate for 102nd Indianapolis 500

INDIANAPOLIS, Friday, May 25, 2018 - There are three important facts to remember for every fan attending the 102nd Indianapolis 500 presented by PennGrade Motor Oil on Sunday, May 27at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway - plan ahead, arrive early and hydrate. One of the
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