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Indianapolis 500 practice – 2018 – Wednesday – 4:00 PM update – practice notes and time sheet

By Tony DiZinno After a couple days back-and-forth to Milwaukee since the INDYCAR Grand Prix, happy to say I’m back in Indianapolis a day sooner than I anticipated and am down here for the rest of the month. Just after 4 p.m. ET, there were only three yellow-flag interruptions all day, all for track inspections....

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Indianapolis 500 practice – 2018 – Wednesday – 12:45 PM update – practice notes, time sheet and other news nuggets

By Steve Wittich As of this update, all 35 cars have been on track. Andretti Autosport veteran Marco Andretti with a lap at 226.900mph has the quickest lap of the day when a yellow came out for a cut tire. 2013 Indianapolis 500 winner Tony Kanaan is currently the quickest driver on the no-tow speed...

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Indianapolis 500 practice – 2018 – Wednesday – 10:40 AM – good morning

Good morning from the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, where on-track activity for the second day of practice begins at 11 AM and ends at 6 PM. It’s currently overcast, and much more refreshing and thankfully less humid than yesterday. Here is today’s forecast. We had a chance to walk through Gasoline Alley on our way out...

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