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In the weeks leading up to the 100th running of the Indianapolis 500, we will post highlights and photos from the Associated Press of every race since 1980.
After everything he's survived, the truth is that A.J. Foyt is fortunate to be here for the 100th running of the Indianapolis 500 on Sunday — and he knows it.
Dave has quick previews of the Indy 500, NASCAR's Coca-Cola 600 and F1's Monaco Grand Prix.
As Roger Penske celebrates his 50th year in racing, during the 100th running of the Indianapolis 500, the mark he’s left on the motorsports community is unrivaled.
To win the Indianapolis 500, a driver must weather months of preparation then two stressful weeks of hype leading into “The Greatest Spectacle In Racing.”
The Indianapolis 500 has outlasted two world wars, the decline of the automobile industry, a bitter split in open-wheel racing and more death than anyone cares to recall.
When it came to deciding the greatest rivalry, A.J. Foyt, Mario Andretti and Bobby Unser received the most attention from the 27 living Indy 500 winners.
The Indy 500 is “The Greatest Spectacle In Racing,” and milk and balloons have built an event steeped in festive tradition, but the race is also marked by tragedy.
When The Associated Press interviewed the 27 living Indy 500 race winners on who the best driver to never win the race, Michael Andretti was the top choice.
NASCAR heads to Charlotte, IndyCar is back home at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, NHRA is in New Hampshire and F1 hits Monaco.
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