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I think a lot of it has to do with the tradition and longevity of the race itself. It is also located in the heartland of America, not to mention it's actually in the heart of the city rather than some farm field in the middle of nothing.
All the great ones have raced there, although it has not been kind to some.
The track looks easy to maneuver around, but it's not. All four corners are different and require a delicate touch. I also think the track blends the American oval style of racing with the European street style of racing so drivers from both styles feel challenged and press to overcome.
The qualifying procedure has been tweeked over the years but remains unique to this particular race
The indy car circuit has been through some tough times over the years and is currently suffering, I believe in large part because of greed and stubbornness, but the Indianapolis 500 has remained a strong constant in that type of racing.
It's not just a race, it's an event. It takes place over the long Memorial Day weekend which is considered the begining of the summer season and people come from all over the world to watch, enjoy and participate in the festivities.
by ARsorg7 years ago
We live in Indianapolis. Where can I go to enter a motorcross race?I want to start racing but don't know where to go
by India Arnold6 years ago
How can race fans keep the cost of racing economical?
by sunilbhar7 years ago
You are participating in a race. You overtake the second person. What position are you in?
by Patrick King8 years ago
Who would race fans like to see win the Indy 500? Could Danica Patrick make history to become the first female to win the 500 or will Helio Castroneves win his fourth straight 500?
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