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The 2020 Indianapolis 500 has 29 confirmed entries. Where do the rest come from? Some educated speculation

By Steve Wittich Note: contains some educated and informed speculation.  As of 2 pm on February 21, 2020, there are 28 drivers and 29 entries confirmed for 104th Indianapolis 500 presented by Gainbridge seats. They are: A.J. Foyt Racing / Chevrolet (3) No. 4 – Charlie Kimball No. 14 – Tony Kanaan No. 41 (likely...

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Penske Entertainment announces enhancements to Indianapolis 500 and Indianapolis Motor Speedway – Part 1 – Qualifying

By Steve Wittich On Valentine’s Day 2020, Roger Penske, Chairman, Penske Corporation, officially started to write his love-letter to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, Indianapolis 500, and fans of both. Mark Miles, President and CEO, Penske Entertainment and Doug Boles, President, Indianapolis Motor Speedway, joined Mr. Penske to announce Penske Entertainment’s plans for the 111-year-old speed...

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