2003 Indy 500 in the books
INDIANAPOLIS -- The 87th Indianapolis 500 is history, just like anybody with a Chevrolet engine, but it's time for some reflections on what turned out to be yet another Penske Benefit.
Gil de Ferran, one of brightest, funniest and best drivers in open wheel racing the past 10 years, certainly deserved the victory since he lost in 2001 to teammate Helio Castroneves on the last pit stop exchange and had his 2002 chance end with a loose wheel. But he still might want to buy A.J. Foyt IV a ...
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