Eddie Cheever: 'I am totally impressed' with Busch's performance
Highlighting ten drivers who were within arm's reach of the Indy 500 crown, but came up short.
The five Andretti Autosport drivers took to the 2.5-mile oval for today's final practice session.
This is the first time Ivy Tech has partnered with a race team or been on the car of an Indianapolis 500 driver.
ESPN SportsCenter anchor Lindsay Czarniak discusses her role as host of their Indy 500 telecast and how experiencing Indianapolis has changed her perspective on the race.
Ryan and Beccy Hunter-Reay will host an event in an effort to raise money in the fight against Cancer.
Montoya on getting up to speed in open wheel, his NASCAR reunion and Kurt Busch's learning curve with the double
Mark Cuban will wave the green flag to start the field of 33 drivers in "The Greatest Spectacle in Racing.
After Indy 500 qualifying, Busch settles in for double duty
Josef Newgarden: "We had a great day today,"
Ed Carpenter is the 11th driver to earn back-to-back poles for the Indianapolis 500.
Pole day is complete and the 33 car field for the 204 Indianapolis 500 is set.
Bourdais, 35, the only driver to win four consecutive U.S. open-wheel championships (2004-2007), will make just his fourth Indy 500 start next Sunday.
Wilson now looks forward to a busy week of practice and promoting the 500-mile spectacle ahead of the green flag Sunday May 25th at 12:12 PM (ET).
Helio Castroneves, No. 3 Pennzoil Ultra Platinum Team Penske Chevrolet, was third quickest with a four-lap average of 230.432 mph.
Pagenaud's four-lap average speed of 230.070 mph in his third attempt in the No. 77 Lucas Oil Dallara/Honda/Firestone car was seventh fastest overall.
We now know what nine drivers will compete for the Indianapolis 500 pole Sunday.
Ed Carpenter: "I think we have a good chance for the pole on Sunday but the field is very tight this year."
Final practice prior to qualifying weekend.