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Drivers Select Milk Preference for Indianapolis 500 Victory Circle
Every year the American Dairy Association Indiana polls Indianapolis 500 drivers for their milk preference in Victory Circle if they were to drink the milk at Indy. This year, 17 drivers requested whole milk, 10 drivers requested 2% milk, four requested fat–free milk, and two drivers had no preference.
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Indianapolis 500 rookies Zachary Claman De Melo, Matheus Leist, Kyle Kaiser and Robert Wickens attend the American Dairy Association Rookie Luncheon
 
American Dairy Association Rookie Luncheon
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Alexander Rossi
 
As Rossi's Indy 500 Qualifying Effort Goes South, Foyt Drivers Excel
Calling it a “fundamental” malfunction, Rossi – who nearly made it into the fast nine Saturday – recorded a four-lap average of 224.935 mph Sunday in the No. 27 NAPA AUTO PARTS Honda that sent him back to the 32nd starting position in the 33-car field for the May 27 race.
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Kyle Kaiser
 
Kaiser Loses Stress, Gains Confidence after Strong Qualifying Performance
Smooth in, smooth out. Don’t go too fast. The rookie has learned that since arriving at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Kaiser, a 22-year-old Californian, has learned a lot and applied enough lessons to qualify 17th for Sunday’s race in the No. 32 NFP/Juncos Racing Chevrolet.
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Sage Karam
 
Karam Shows Impressive Pace To Lead Final Extended Practice at Unpredictable Indy
Sage Karam led the last lengthy practice before the race – only a one-hour session Friday on Miller Lite Carb Day remains – with a top lap of 226.461 mph in the No. 24 WIX Filters DRR Chevrolet. Karam will need to use that speed to charge from the 24th starting spot on the grid.
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Simon Pagenaud and Takuma Sato set sail toward Turn 4 during practice for the 102nd Indianapolis 500 at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway
 
Indianapolis 500 Practice Day 5
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Ed Carpenter
 
Carpenter Rockets Past Team Penske to Third Career Indianapolis 500 Pole
The Indianapolis Motor Speedway is like a second home to Ed Carpenter. The Verizon IndyCar Series team owner/driver, who grew up and still lives in Indianapolis, showed his lasting affinity for the cathedral of motorsports by winning the Verizon P1 Award in pole day qualifying for the 102nd Indianapolis 500 presented by PennGrade Motor Oil.
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Ed Carpenter
 
Family, Friends Rejoice as Carpenter Zooms to Pole Position in Personal 'Playground'
An appreciative Fuzzy Zoeller handed Ed Carpenter a special bottle before they smiled together for a celebratory picture on pit road Sunday at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
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JR Hildebrand
 
Munoz, Hildebrand Hope Strong '500' Finishes Will Attract Full-Time Rides
They’ve experienced a genuine sense of accomplishment in finishing second in the Indianapolis 500, but have also endured the emptiness of losing a full-time ride in the Verizon IndyCar Series.
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Pagenaud 500 Qual
 
Interview | Simon Pagenaud Talks Indy 500 Qualifying
Katie Osborne talks with Team Penske driver Simon Pagenaud after he qualified for the 102nd Running of the Indianapolis 500. He finished the day on the front row with second place with a 4-lap average of 228.761 mph.
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Carpenter 500 Pole
 
Interview | Ed Carpenter Talks Winning Indy 500 Pole Position
Katie Osborne talks with Ed Carpenter after he qualified pole position for the 102nd Running of the Indianapolis 500. He finished the day on the front row with a 4-lap average of 229.618 mph.
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Power 500 Qual
 
Interview | Will Power Talks Indy 500 Qualifying
Katie Osborne talks with Team Penske driver Will Power after he qualified for the 102nd Running of the Indianapolis 500. He finished the day on the front row with third place with a 4-lap average of 228.607 mph.
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