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Could Autonomous Cars Give IndyCar Drivers A Run For Their Money?

Last year saw a surreal Indy 500 without fans. But researchers were already working on the truly unimaginable: an IndyCar race with no drivers.

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Takuma Sato Will Not Be Slowed Down

Don’t bet against defending Indy 500 champion Takuma Sato getting his mug on the Borg-Warner Trophy for a third time.

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How A Middling Hoosier Hooper Became A Sneaker Icon

This Sunday, hear the story of the original Chuck Taylor.

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10 Books You Need To Read About Indiana Sports

From Tamika Catchings’ inspiring memoir to a history of the IMS, there’s an excellent book for even the most sports-agnostic Hoosier.

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The Former IU Hoops Stars Helping Hoosiers Sleep Soundly

Steve Green and Brian Evans are working together to treat sleep apnea and snoring.

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SB Nation’s Caitlin Cooper On Covering The NBA During A Pandemic, And The Pacers’ Future

The savvy Pacers analyst and reporter joins the Monthly Weekly as the playoffs draw near.

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Slick And Indiana: A Love Story

Indiana’s love affair with the incomparable Bobby “Slick” Leonard will live on long after his passing, just as he wished.

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The Kentucky Derby Museum Is Revisiting The Sport’s Black History

A new Kentucky Derby tour unbridles its overlooked racial legacy.

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5 Ways To Bike The Cardinal Greenway

Whether you’re a rookie cyclist or a veteran seeking out your next century ride, there’s a path for you on Indiana’s longest dedicated bike trail.

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Indiana’s Hoops Obsession In Podcast Form

In 49 other states, it’s just basketball. In Indiana, it’s, well, a podcast. Many of them, actually, befitting the state’s hoops obsession.

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So You’ve Decided To Talk Yourself Into Mike Woodson

Let us sell you on selling yourself on the new Hoosier basketball head coach.

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John Feinstein on March Madness, Bobby Knight, And What Makes A Great Underdog

The Washington Post veteran joins the Monthly Weekly to talk hoops.

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Q&A: Quinn Buckner On Planning Indy March Madness

As co-chair of the NCAA tournament organizing committee, the Hoosier great helped plan this month’s once-in-a-lifetime event in Indy. 

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The Official Indianapolis Monthly NCAA Tournament Live Blog

Our one-stop resource for what’s going on around the city, on and off the court.

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Our Bullet-Point Guide To This Year’s Indy March Madness

Coordinating 67 games for 68 teams over 19 days is, in fact, as difficult as it sounds.

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