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Borg Warner at Goodwood Festival
Goodwood Founder Cherishes Rare Overseas Trip by Borg-Warner Trophy for Famous Festival’s 25th Anniversary Celebration
Considering the Borg-Warner Trophy from the Indianapolis 500 had never left the country until last November when it made a trip to Japan, it is making up for lost time in terms of international travel.
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James Hinchcliffe
Victory at Iowa Corn 300 Reboots Hinchcliffe's Season
James Hinchcliffe has been seeking a reboot to his Verizon IndyCar Series season after not qualifying for the Indianapolis 500 in May. He found redemption with a victory Sunday at the Iowa Corn 300.
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Arie Luyendyk
Two-Time Indy 500 Winner Luyendyk Named Grand Marshal for USAC.25 Battle At The Brickyard
Two-time Indianapolis 500 winner Arie Luyendyk will serve as the honorary grand marshal for the annual USAC.25 Battle At The Brickyard quarter-midget event July 5-8 at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
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Borg-Warner Trophy
Borg-Warner Trophy Heading to Europe for First Time at Goodwood Festival of Speed
A significant slice of the Indianapolis 500 will come to Europe for the first time in its 82-year history, as the Borg-Warner Trophy will be on display during the 25th Anniversary of the Goodwood Festival of Speed presented by Mastercard on July 12-15 in West Sussex, England.
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102nd Running of the Indianapolis 500
Vote Today for Indianapolis 500 as 'Best Motorsports Race' in USA TODAY 10Best Poll
It’s time to pledge your allegiance to “The Greatest Spectacle in Racing” by voting for it as the “Best Motorsports Race” in the USA TODAY 10Best Poll.
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Dario Franchitti, Takuma Sato
Memory Lane: Franchitti vs. Sato, 2012
Dario Franchitti completed a wild race of musical chairs up front by taking the lead from Target Chip Ganassi Racing teammate Scott Dixon on Lap 199. Takuma Sato also swept past Dixon for second, as the new Dallara chassis for the 2012 season created an incredible amount of slipstreaming battles and passing on the 2.5-mile oval. Franchitti and Sato then roared past the flag stand with the white flag in the air and the huge crowd on its feet, ready to decide the newest face on the Borg-Warner Trophy with one lap remaining.
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Dario Franchitti, Takuma Sato Battle into Turn 1 in 2012 Indianapolis 500
It was one of the ultimate head-to-head showdowns in Indianapolis 500 history, and neither driver was going to blink on the final lap. Sato kept his right foot pressed to the floor, with his left wheel dipping below the white line as his car tried to slip past Franchitti, on his right, for the lead. Then Sato’s blue-and-white car did a three-quarter spin at the apex of Turn 1, and his machine -- and dreams of Indianapolis 500 glory – crashed against the SAFER Barrier in Turn 1. Replays were inconclusive as to whether the cars made contact. Franchitti moved higher up the track to avoid Sato’s spinning car, and he barely held on to his machine to keep the lead when the caution flag flew, ensuring his third Indianapolis 500 victory. While Franchitti basked in the glory of drinking milk in Victory Lane for the third time, Sato gained enormous respect and adulation from fellow drivers and fans for his brave, refuse-to-lift effort on the last lap despite his 17th-place finish after the crash. No one ever would take Takuma Sato lightly again at Indianapolis after that day, and Sato would earn popular redemption for the 2012 crash when he won the “500” five years later.
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Full Recap | 2018 Indianapolis 500 Weekend (Carb Day, Legends Day, Race Day)
Watch the full weekend recap of the 102nd Running of the Indianapolis 500 presented by PennGrade Motor Oil. Featuring action, music and the festivities of Miller Lite Carb Day, Legends Day presented by Firestone and 102nd Indy 500. ... Miller Lite Carb Day featured the final Indy 500 practice, Indy Lights Freedom 100, Indy 500 Pit Stop Challenge and the Miller Lite Carb Day Concert featuring Train and special guest Blues Traveler. Music: Train, Drive By ... Legends Day presented by Firestone featured the full field autograph session, Indy 500 drivers meeting, 500 Festival Parade and the Firestone Legends Day Concert featuring Sam Hunt and special guests Filmore and Canaan Smith. Music: Sam Hunt, House Party ... Race Day at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway featured the 102nd Running of the Indianapolis 500 and Indy 500 Snake Pit presented by Coors Light. Music: GRiZ & Big Gigantic, Good Times Roll //
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103rd Running of the Indy 500
Race Fans: Finish Line Approaching for Renewal of 2019 Month of May Tickets
The final weekend has arrived for fans to renew their tickets for the 2019 Indianapolis 500 – at the lowest prices – as the deadline is Sunday, June 17.
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Emerson Fittipaldi, Al Unser Jr.
Memory Lane: Fittipaldi, Unser Square Off in Thrilling Duel for Win at 1989 Indianapolis 500
The final results of the 73rd Indianapolis 500 show that Emerson Fittipaldi earned his first “500” victory by two laps over Al Unser Jr., the biggest margin of victory since 1984 and only the second time since 1967 that the winner was alone on the lead lap.
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Emerson Fittipaldi Collides with Al Unser Jr. on the Closing Laps of 1989 Indianapolis 500
Unser pulled to within a car length of Fittipaldi on Lap 193, and the two drivers nearly touched wheels a lap later while working traffic and dicing for the lead. On Lap 196, Unser passed Fittipaldi for the lead in Turn 3, pulling away due to his lighter fuel tanks. On Lap 199, Unser was slowed by lapped traffic, which let Fittipaldi gain ground. Fittipaldi pulled inside Unser on the backstretch amid thick lapped traffic, and the two cars entered Turn 3 side by side with the crowd roaring and on its feet. Both drivers were racing at 10/10ths, and Fittipaldi’s Penske/Chevrolet car drifted a bit high in Turn 3, touching wheels with Unser’s Lola/Chevy. Unser spun and crashed hard into the Turn 3 wall. The caution flag flew, and Fittipaldi was guaranteed his first Indianapolis 500 victory and became the first foreign-born Indy 500 winner since fellow Formula One World Champion Graham Hill in 1966.
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Al Unser Jr.
Memory Lane: The Greatest Finish, 1992
The closest finish in Indianapolis 500 history, between Al Unser Jr. and Scott Goodyear in 1992, almost didn’t happen for a reason often forgotten – Goodyear didn’t qualify for the race.
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