Indianapolis 500

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  • 236 How about some 2000+ mile races, like nationwide races, eg. from Portland, ME to San Diego, CA, using mostly old U.S highways going through bypassed towns? It would blow up the economies in those towns, and also be very entertaining, from an average sports watcher going from flipping on the race for 5 minutes at a time, to entire hours, because the drivers would actually be going places, not just around the same boring oval over and over again. The towns would be plowing in the money from tourists eating at the restaurants, filling up their cars and trucks at the gas stations, and people checking in to the motel rooms. The city would then have enough money to give to IndyCar to their drivers, but I'm not sure it works that way.

    Indianapolis 500  FinalMay 26 4:38 PM
  • KingHockeyMan Yes, of course you'd have to tweek things like road closings & plans for what cities & towns they'd go through. That is common sense It would & could easily be organized. The States, Counties, Cities, & Towns would have revenues to pay for the people run it & still make $. The sponsors, racers, would also help organize & can make $. The local sponsors, business's & vendors also would benefit. It is a win - win - win - win - win for everyone This going around in circles is OLD.

    Indianapolis 500  FinalMay 26 3:27 PM
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  • 236 Good idea, KingHockeyMan. Road racing through differening cities and states: now THAT would be awesome and entertaining. Boston to Detroit: that's about 500 miles. L.A to Salt Lake City: 500 miles. Any major city to any other city within 500 miles: even little State College, PA to huge Greensboro, NC! It would boost the economy, it would make the cities a little more known, but there's oe and only one problem: road closures. Closing major interstates between major cities, like I-95 from Boston to New York. But other than that, great idea!

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  • KingHockeyMan This same old racing way of going in circles all the time is old! You can still have these original type of circular racing but get real & inclued having race's of 500 miles from one starting point to one finishing point. Also90 inclued 250 miles one way then turning around going back 250 miles to the original starting point as the end of the race. The $ would be spectacular for the cities the racers go through. The possibilities of the economic gains would be many.for those areas the race goes through. Think & ponder this. It would be so kool & so do-able! PEACE!

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  • Indianapolis 500
    Lap 5/200, Leader: Ed Carpenter

    May 26 12:25 PM

Leaders

1 Tony Kanaan #82 Dallara Honda
2 Carlos Munoz #26 Dallara Chevrolet
3 Ryan Hunter-Reay #28 Dallara Honda
4 Marco Andretti #26 Dallara Honda
5 Justin Wilson #22 Dallara Honda
6 Helio Castroneves #3 Dallara Honda
7 A.J. Allmendinger #43 Ford
8 Simon Pagenaud #24 Dallara Honda
9 Charlie Kimball #83 Dallara Honda
10 Ed Carpenter #67 Dallara Honda
11 Oriol Servia #02 Dallara Honda
12 Ryan Briscoe #6 Dallara Honda
13 Takuma Sato #5 Dallara Honda
14 Scott Dixon #9 Dallara Honda
15 Ana Beatriz #24 Dallara Honda
16 Tristan Vautier #55 Dallara Honda
17 Simona de Silvestro #78 Dallara Honda
18 E.J. Viso #59 Dallara Honda
19 Will Power #12 Dallara Honda
20 James Jakes #18 Dallara Honda
21 James Hinchcliffe #06 Dallara Honda
22 Conor Daly #41 Dallara Honda
23 Dario Franchitti #10 Dallara Honda
24 Alex Tagliani #77 Dallara Honda
25 Graham Rahal #38 Dallara Honda
26 Katherine Legge #6 Dallara Lotus
27 Townsend Bell #99 Dallara Honda
28 Josef Newgardon #67 Dallara Honda
29 Sebastien Bourdais #19 Dallara Honda
30 Pippa Mann #36 Dallara Honda
31 Buddy Lazier #91 Dallara Chevrolet
32 Sebastian Saavedra #34 Dallara Honda
33 J.R. Hildebrand #4 Dallara Honda

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