Field is set for Indy 500
INDIANAPOLIS – The field is set for the Indianapolis 500. And, more importantly, it’s full.
On an otherwise ho-hum day of qualifying, nine cars made the field on their first attempts, ending any potential last-minute drama and assuring the May 27 race would start with a full field of 33 cars for 64th consecutive year. Things went almost as smoothly Sunday as race organizers could have expected.
“We’re happy to see it,” Indianapolis Motor Speedway CEO Jeff Belskus said. “There was very little doubt in my mind that we wouldn’t. To put it another way, I was confident we would end up with 33 cars.”
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