By Steve Wittich & Diane Swintal A light sprinkle hit the 560-acre Indianapolis Motor Speedway property at 10:30 am, threatening the scheduled start of qualifications at 11 am. Thankfully, the heaviest of the precipitation broke up as it reached 16th, and Georgetown and a fleet of circulating Chevrolet trucks kept the racing surface dry. Pato…

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