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Gabby Chaves
 
Experienced Hands Help Shift Chaves’ Aspirations for Month of May into Overdrive
2014 Indy Lights champion Chaves drove for the Indianapolis-based team when it made its series debut in the 2017 Indianapolis 500 presented by PennGrade Motor Oil, finishing ninth, the best result of his three starts in “The Greatest Spectacle in Racing.” That strong performance, plus a fifth-place finish at Texas, prompted the team to step up to a full-time Verizon IndyCar Series schedule in 2018, with Chaves behind the wheel. Chaves’ learning curve in his three starts last season for the team, all on ovals, was flattened by the help of his Harding driver coach, two-time Indianapolis 500 winner Al Unser Jr.
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Rev Indy
 
Rev Asserts Itself Again as Must-Attend Kickoff of May Activities at Indy
In its fifth year, Rev was once again a sellout allowing race fans and partygoers to rub elbows with Verizon IndyCar Series drivers and sample a wide selection of food options specially crafted for the night. It was all to benefit the IU Health Foundation in what has become a must-attend kickoff to the month of May.
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Ed Jones
 
Indy 500 Drivers, Fans Add Energy to 'Good Morning America' Segments at IMS
Five Indianapolis 500 drivers and an enthusiastic group of race fans came to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway early Wednesday, May 2 to pump up the volume and energy for two live segments of ABC’s “Good Morning America.”
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Graham Rahal
 
Family History Helps Rahal Appreciate Winning Impact of Indy 500
Graham Rahal knows a driver’s life changes forever after winning the Indianapolis 500, even though he never has crossed the Yard of Bricks first.
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Danica Patrick
 
Rahal Recalls Start of Danica-Mania in 2005
Danica Patrick’s journey to close her racing career at the 102nd Indianapolis 500 presented by PennGrade Motor Oil begins with testing on the Indianapolis Motor Speedway oval on Tuesday. As Patrick prepares to take the wheel of the No. 13 GoDaddy Chevrolet for Ed Carpenter Racing this month, it will bring full circle the groundbreaking, record-setting passage that was launched into the mainstream consciousness on the same hallowed track 13 years ago. It was in 2005 that Patrick, then a 23-year-old Verizon IndyCar Series rookie, set a record for a woman driver by qualifying and finishing fourth in the Indianapolis 500.
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Tony Kanaan
 
Ageless Kanaan Sets Pace in Indianapolis Oval Open Test
Tony Kanaan, at 43 the elder statesman in the Verizon IndyCar Series this season, was fastest in Monday’s open test at the 2.5-mile oval for drivers with previous Indianapolis 500 experience. The 2013 Indy 500 winner and driver of the No. 14 ABC Supply AJ Foyt Racing Chevrolet posted a top lap of 226.181 mph to lead the 21-car field following six hours of on-track activity.
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Jack Harvey
 
Harvey’s Appetite for Indy Victory Fed by Fantastic Rookie Experience
Englishman Harvey has attended major soccer matches and rugby matches in Europe. He has visited or raced on nearly every Formula One circuit in Europe. He has attended major golf tournaments and tennis matches. He has enjoyed attending NFL games in America. But nothing prepared him for May 28, 2017 – his first time as a driver in the Indianapolis 500.
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Helio Castroneves
 
Castroneves’ Desire To Join Elite Indy 500 Club Stronger Than Ever
Castroneves, who turns 43 on May 10, was the picture of contentment as he basked in the glow of that car. He wants nothing more than to join Mears, A.J. Foyt and Al Unser as a four-time Indy 500 winner. He came so close again last year, finishing second in a duel with Takuma Sato, the third time Castroneves has been a runner-up in this prestigious race. His wins came in 2001, ’02 and ’09, so the search for win No. 4 has been elusive thus far.
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Brian Barnhardt
 
Barnhart Excited To Go Back to the Future with Harding Racing
Last year at this time, Barnhart tried to have eyes in the back of his head during the Month of May as he stayed glued to video screens and concerned himself with every car from his Pagoda perch as INDYCAR president of race operations. Now he’s just fixated on one car, the No. 88 Harding Racing Chevrolet driven by Gabby Chaves.
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James Hinchcliffe
 
Fans Can Watch Indianapolis 500 Testing April 30, May 1-2 at IMS
The Month of May at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway will start with the sweetest sound in motorsports – Indy cars at full song on the oval – when Verizon IndyCar Series drivers continue preparation for the 102nd Indianapolis 500 presented by PennGrade Motor Oil with testing April 30-May 2.
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JW Marriott
 
Huge Graphic on JW Marriott Indianapolis Celebrates Month of May at IMS
The biggest reminder of the Month of May at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway is visible on the Indianapolis skyline, as Verizon IndyCar Series owner-driver Ed Carpenter helped to finish the installation today of a huge graphic celebrating the 102nd Indianapolis 500 presented by PennGrade Motor Oil on the façade of the JW Marriott Indianapolis hotel.
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Ed Jones
 
Jones Eager To Build on Outstanding Rookie Race This May at Indy
Ed Jones was the top rookie finisher, in third – just .5278 of a second behind winner Takuma Sato. Alonso still received the Sunoco Indianapolis 500 Rookie of the Year Award, but Jones’ sterling drive secured his status as a rising star in the Verizon IndyCar Series and a potential future new face on the Borg-Warner Trophy.
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