Indy offered Penske-pure racing
INDIANAPOLIS -- It won't be remembered as the greatest Indianapolis 500 of all time and there wasn't even a change for position among the top five the final 20 laps. While it was close, Gil de Ferran beat Helio Castroneves by 0.2990 of a second, you never sensed anything dramatic was going to happen during the last lap.
But the really cool thing about Sunday's 87th Indianapolis 500 was that it was pure.
There were none of those Formula One team orders, where Rubens Barrichello backs ...
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