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IndyCar Meet-and-Greet: Conor Daly

“It’s just a different era,” says Daly. “I feel like there’s about 100 different people who come up every day and tell me if I was racing 10 years ago, I would have been hired instantly.”

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Photos: Indianapolis 500 Pole Day 2015

Ed Carpenter and crew pick up the pieces after a Pole Day crash, Tony Kanaan gets in some family time, A.J. Foyt makes an appearance—plus more images from Sunday’s qualifying at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.

IndyCar spotter Chris Wheeler
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On the Spot: Views of Indianapolis Motor Speedway

Spotting is no small job. “You screw up,” said Wheeler, “it’s big.”

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Faces of IndyCar: Indianapolis 500 Practice & Qualifying

Up-close photos with current and former IndyCar drivers at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, ahead of the 2015 Indianapolis 500.

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Video: Watch Helio Castroneves Flip Upside-Down

“We haven’t heard the three magic words: Cleared to drive.”

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Let’s Celebrate! Top Grand Prix of Indy Drivers Share Moments with Loved Ones

Behind the scenes with drivers and their families, plus all the goings-on from around the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.

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Track Style: Grand Prix of Indy 2015

How to wear American flags and cute shoes to the Speedway.

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Photos: Indianapolis Motor Speedway Is Open for Business

The Indianapolis Motor Speedway rumbles to life as IndyCar teams roll in for Opening Day 2015.

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Jeff Gordon to Drive Pace Car at Indy 500

The NASCAR great shouldn’t need any pointers on how to manage the turns at Indianapolis Motor Speedway. After all, he’s won the Brickyard 400 five times.

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At Home: Graham Rahal's Racing Room

“When I won my first race, I wasn’t allowed to spray champagne because I was underage. So Dave [Letterman, co-owner of Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing] decided to send me some.”

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IndyCar Meet-and-Greet: Kurt Busch

Busch is attempting to join an exclusive club of drivers to complete “The Double,” the feat of racing, on the same day, in the Indianapolis 500 and NASCAR’s Coca-Cola 600.

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Sneak Peek: Glamping at the Indy 500

Why race fans will spend up to $1,100 for a four-night stay in a tent.

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From the Archives: Remembering Racing Pioneer Charlie Wiggins

By decisively winning the 1926 Gold and Glory Sweepstakes, Charlie Wiggins, a humble mechanic from Indy’s south side, earned the nickname “The Negro Speed King”—almost 65 years before Willie T. Ribbs would become the first black driver to qualify for the Indianapolis 500.

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The Shopportunist: Art Deco Sale at Glendale Town Center

This collection of highly pedigreed architectural elements also represents Indy’s automotive history.

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Running on Empty: The Brickyard 400's Problems

“They may have a good race over there,” says Lucas Oil Raceway GM Wes Collier. “But I guarantee it won’t be better than it would have been at our racetrack.”