Ganassi cars elect to fight Hornish another day
INDIANAPOLIS -- The Ganassi Racing cars sat ready in their pits during the closing moments of Happy Hour, ready to make one more run.
In theory, the pole position for the 90th Indianapolis 500 was still up for grabs.
In reality, it was long gone. Gone for about five hours, eight hours, a day or a week. Take your pick.
At practically every interval during the month of May, Sam Hornish Jr. of Team Penske has owned the bragging rights of the top speedster at Indianapolis ...
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