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Indy 500 practice: Rahal thought he'd crash 'different animal' car

Thursday's Indianapolis 500 practice pacesetter Graham Rahal says he could have crashed just like JR Hildebrand did because IndyCar's "different animal ... thought he'd crash like Hildebrand Tony Kana... read more

PRUETT: Sonoma IndyCar rewind

RACER's Marshall Pruett looks at some of the items of interest from last weekend's wild conclusion to the IndyCar season. UNITY It only took a few exchanges Friday morning to be reminded that a differ... read more

Montoya beats Power for second Indy 500 win

INDIANAPOLIS – Juan Pablo Montoya insisted he had the best car in the Team Penske ... went airborne during practice last week. The driver James Hinchcliffe suffered a life-threatening leg injury in an ... read more

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