Officials expect full field at Indy
INDIANAPOLIS -- Last May it took a speed of 227.096 mph to qualify for the Indianapolis 500. This year, it may only take four laps.
When practice opens here Sunday afternoon for the 87th running of Indy, only 28 car/driver combinations are definite and only two teams currently have entries without drivers.
"We've got a new Dallara, the new Chevrolet cylinder heads, Tim Wardrop as our engineer and we only need $200,000 to run but nobody seems to have any money," said Paul Diatlovich, ...
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