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The Indy 500

Profiling the top ten female drivers at the Indy 500.
Heroes of the 500 1 of 33 Share #1 Al Unser Sr. Share #2 A.J. Foyt Share #3 Rick Mears Share #4 Wilbur Shaw Share #5 Bobby Unser Share #6 Bill Vulkovich Share #7 Helio Castroneves Share #8 Mauri Rose Share #9 Louis Meyer Share #10 Johnny Rutherford Share #11 Dario Franchitti...
An in-depth look at some of the greatest stories ever told about the Indy 500.
A look back at the top ten most heartbreaking moments at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. (fatalities excluded)
A look back at the ten most exciting finishes to the greatest spectacle in racing!
One of the most fan-friendly drivers in recent history, Howdy Holmes was the 1979 Indianapolis 500 Rookie of the Year. Of course, Holmes didn’t have much competition for the 1979 honor, in fact, as the only rookie in the race, he didn’t have ANY competition for the coveted award...
He started his life and racing career in Canada, and became a Hall of Famer, but Eldon Rasmussen has made Indianapolis home for decades now. Three-time Indianapolis 500 starter Eldon Rasmussen is perhaps as well-known as a master fabricator, as he is a driver. Rasmussen started...
Top 10 Indy 500 Heartbreaks The Indy 500's Top 10 Heartbreaks 1 of 10 Share #1 J.R. Hildebrand Share #2 Marco Andretti Share #3 Michael Andretti Share #4 Roberto Guerrero Share #5 Roberto Guerrero Share #6 Eddie Sachs Share #7 Kevin Cogan Share #8 Ralph DePalma Share #9 Emerson...
He’s a self-made millionaire who came to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway for the first time in the 1950’s, and has never left. As we celebrate the 100th Indianapolis 500 in 2016, it’s amazing to consider that 2016 will be the 58th consecutive “500” that A.J. Foyt has been...