Practice began Wednesday, August 12 for the 104th running of the Indianapolis 500 Mile Race.
The 104th Indianapolis 500 was supposed to run on the final Sunday of May, the 24th. COVID-19 scotched that as the United States sat in lockdown.
The Indianapolis Motor Speedway is changing how it intends to run the 104th Indianapolis 500 next month. Before the novel coronavirus, COVID-19, upended known society, the race was scheduled, as it has been since 1911, on the Sunday before Memorial Day in May.
Anyone who’s ever watched, anyone who’s ever been to the Greatest Spectacle in Racing knows it’s not hyperbole to state it’s the “greatest” race in the world.
The grid is beginning to take shape for this May 24’s running of the 104th Indianapolis 500.
Louis “Sonny” Meyer, Jr., acknowledged by his peers as one of the most successful engine builders in Indianapolis 500 history, has died at the age of 89.
Through Pagenaud’s long victory drought, Norman was there, so of course when his partner managed to sweep the month of May at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, there was the Jack Russell terrier in Victory Lane.
The two-time Formula 1 champion who qualified well for one Indianapolis 500 yet failed to make the field of 33 a second time has amicably parted ways with the British F1 entrant and supercar manufacturer.
Whatever he does, wherever he goes, Alexander Rossi is now a prominent face of the NTT IndyCar Series.
There can only be one winner in any competition.