A sorry Sunday
INDIANAPOLIS -- At 5:12 p.m. ET on Sunday afternoon, the 33rd car qualified for the 87th Indianapolis 500. At 6:20 p.m. ET, the Indianapolis Motor Speedway was empty. Not a car on the track.
There was no scrambling, no last-minute deals, no emotional roller-coasters, no ride swapping, no white-knuckle runs and none of the drama that always grips the final hour of time trials.
Another Indy tradition went down in flames as Bump Day turned into a shell game and, for the first time in ...
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