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ach year, hundreds of thousands of patrons make their way to Indianapolis Motor Speedway over Memorial Day weekend for the Indianapolis 500.
Approaching its’ 101st running, the 500 has grown in tradition and impact and has left a footprint that reaches far outside the 2.5 mile track on which the race is held.
“I don’t have a favorite driver, pick out a driver on the day of the race that I’d like to see win.”With NASCAR and Indy Car champion Tony Stewart entered for the May 27 race, Hartman admits he is not a fan of Stewart.
“When he was racing at IMS, anything that happened it was always someone else’s fault,” he said with a laugh.
(Photo by Timothy Hiatt/Getty Images)INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – The mantle of “Back Home Again in Indiana” will pass to another singer for this year’s Indy 500.
Jim Cornelison will perform the song during pre-race festivities for the 101st Running of the Indianapolis 500.
Last minute news updates are pushed to the app throughout the weekend, keeping fans up to date on any changes around the raceway.Throughout the entire week and weekend leading up to the race, the 500 has much more to offer than just the race being run on the track.Whether you are a racing junkie or have never watched a minute of the sport, there is something for everyone at the world’s largest single day sporting event.Hartman said for many years he purchased 11 tickets to the Little 500, but now purchases seven in the first turn.“I don’t think you can buy a ticket in Turn 1,” he said.“You see the same people every year, you recognize the people you only see once a year.”Hartman said for many years his family attended the Indianapolis 500 when fans were allowed to park their cars in Turn 1 at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.