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Monday May 11, 2015 – Indianapolis 500 practice day – daily open

By Steve Wittich Good morning from Indianapolis Motor Speedway (IMS), where unfortunately the radar shows that rain is imminent.   I (Steve) will be providing you with practice updates this week. The schedule today calls for Verizon IndyCar Series Rookie Orientation Practice and Refresher tests from noon to 1 p.m. and an IndyCar all-skate from…

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Indy – Saturday – Close

What was your take on the race Tony? Well that was a decent race – not a classic by any stretch and was certainly in a tough spot going in to try to follow Barber. But it had enough elements of modern day IndyCar racing to keep it interesting, and while not as-strategy sensitive as…

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Indy – Saturday – IndyCar Race Spoiler

By Blake Johnson IndyCar race control declared the start to be a dry start after the rain moved thought before the race. Helio Castoneves was coughing noticeably earlier this week. He told ABC that he has bronchitis but once the helmet goes on all of his troubles go away. Will Power got a jump on…

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Indy Grand Prix MRTI Saturday Final

By Tony DiZinno The seven races for the Mazda Road to Indy at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway for 2015 are in the books. Nico Jamin (Cooper Tires USF2000 Championship Powered by Mazda), Santiago Urrutia (Pro Mazda Championship Presented by Cooper Tires) and Sean Rayhall (Indy Lights Presented by Cooper Tires) scored the wins in Saturday’s races. —…

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Indy – Saturday – 2:15pm

By Tony DiZinno and Blake Johnson The crowd is moving into the grandstands and filling up the viewing mounds. Prime spots on the viewing mounds were claimed early. They are now pretty full. What is the oval turn 4 but today is the road course turn 1 is another popular spot. Turn 1 will be…

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Indy – Saturday – Morning Warmup – 12:25pm

By Blake Johnson With no Hondas qualifying in the top ten, Honda teams are searching for speed in the warmup session. Sebastian Saavedra got off track on his third lap. He went around then cut through the gravel. Everyone is looking for more speed in this session, trying to brake as late as possible to…

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Saturday Morning at Indy – MRTI Pre-Race Notes

By Tony DiZinno A quick hitter from the Mazda Road to Indy before today’s trio of races to round out the seven-race weekend… Lucky Latif This isn’t something you see everyday. World Speed Motorsports Pro Mazda driver Alessandro Latif was just doing his usual driving from Turns 6 to 7 on the backstraight, with one…

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Indy – Saturday – 11:30am

By Blake Johnson Fans are filing into Indianapolis motor Speedway for today’s activities. One thing fans will notice will be all of the green on the front stretch. IMS has installed green Angie’s List advertising along the prime sponsorship real estate, the front stretch. It is different but it doesn’t bother me personally. The signage…

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Indy – Saturday – 10:30am

By Tony DiZinno and Blake Johnson Welcome to race day at Indianapolis Motor Speedway. All three series in the Road to Indy will race here today leading up to the Angie’s List Grand Prix of Indianapolis at 3:50pm. Todays events are fan friendly with a bronze badge grid walk at 3pm along with driver’s introductions….

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Indy Grand Prix MRTI Final – USF2000, ProMazda and Indy Lights Race Notes

By Tony DiZinno Friday for the Mazda Road to Indy at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway began as a day of “Vive le France,” with French drivers Nico Jamin and Timothe Buret winning the Cooper Tires USF2000 Championship Powered by Mazda and Pro Mazda Championship Presented by Cooper Tires races, and another Frenchman in Florian Latorre bouncing…

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