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Indy 500 2020: The team by team guide
Honda-powered cars dominated qualifying for this weekend's Indianapolis 500, leaving the Penske quartet rooted deep in the midfield. But can any of them stop Marco Andretti end 50 years of hurt for the Andrettis at Indy?
The much-delayed 104th running of the Indianapolis 500 takes place this weekend, with a full grid of 33 drivers each looking to have their faces immortalized on the Borg-Warner Trophy.
Two previous winners in Scott Dixon (2008) and Takuma Sato (2017) will share the front row of the grid with first-time Indy polesitter Marco Andretti, whose domination of Fast Friday, qualifying and the Fast Nine pole shootout suggests this will be his best shot of emulating grandfather Mario's 1969 victory since he was pipped at the post by Sam Hornish Jr in 2006.
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