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Taylor made: Kanaan gets pop star paint job

Add former Indianapolis 500 champ Tony Kanaan to the list of fans who just can't shake off Taylor Swift as his car at the Detroit Belle Isle Grand Prix will feature a Swift-themed paint scheme.

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Chaves, Montoya fined for Indy 500 infractions

Indy 500 rookie of the year Gabby Chaves has been fined $10,000 and put on probation for six races after hitting a crew member with his car in the race. Winner Juan Pablo Montoya also was fined.

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Rahal leads Honda with fifth-place finish at Indy

Graham Rahal had the best spot possible to watch Penske Racing and Chip Ganassi Racing duel for victory in the Indianapolis 500. He just wishes he had the horsepower to make a run at them.


Two crew members hurt at Indy in pit mishap

James Davison was leaving his stall Sunday when he clipped Pippa Mann, who was coming down pit road. His car spun into the stall in front of Tristan Vautier, hitting two of his crew members.

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McGee: Last of his kind

Not so long ago, Tony Kanaan was one of the four young brash drivers in American open-wheel racing who partied hard and raced harder. Now at 40, he's the only one left of the "Brat Pack."

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