This Sunday, Marco Andretti will break all of the curses of his family at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway and finally overcome his own demons at the track and win the 101st Indianapolis 500. 949
Chip Ganassi Racing's Scott Dixon won the pole position for next Sunday's 101st Indianapolis 500 mile race. Dixon, who won the 2008 Indy 500, ran a 232.164 mph average to claim the top position. The 232 mph average was the highest speed since 1996.
Indianapolis native Ed Carpenter will start 2nd
Jay Howard who hasn't ran in the Indy 500 since 2012, topped the speed charts today at 226.744 mph. His speed was with a tow and with other cars around him. Without the tow, he was 12th on the charts. Howard ran his fast lap in the first couple hours
Indianapolis local Ed Carpenter ran the fastest lap today at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway at 222.894 mph. The track didn't see as much activity as it did the first two days of practice due to the high winds. Carpenter ran a total of 52 laps today. 929
Will Power and Team Penske led the way on day 2 of Indianapolis 500 practice today. Will Power ran the fastest lap of the day early when conditions were ideal at 224.656 mph. Penske teammate and 3 time Indy 500 winner Helio Castroneves was 2nd on the charts at 224.267
Marco Andretti topped the speed charts on Day 1 at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway with a lap of 226.338 mph. Practice began today and goes all week long leading to the weekend qualifications for the 101st running of the Indianapolis 500 on May 28th.
Marco Andretti (My dark horse, as
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