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103rd Indianapolis 500

This is the race that every IndyCar driver and team look forward to all year. It’s the biggest one-day sporting event in the world and its more than a race its a spectacle, the “Greatest Spectacle in Racing”.

Qualifying, May 18-19, has a slightly different format this year. Everyone will make one attempt at qualifying on Saturday and positions 10-30 will be locked in.
On Sunday the last row (positions 31-33) will get their chance to earn their place in the starting line-up, however there will be six cars fighting for three spots, so bumping will also occur. An hour later the Fast Nine will start and the pole position along with the other 8 spots will be determined.

The 103rd Indianapolis 500 will take place on Sunday May 24th. The race will be broadcast for the first time on NBC from 11:00 a.m. ET.

Kicking off the month of May with the INDYCAR Grand Prix

“The Indy GP means the month of May is here. This month is something we look forward to all year. Since they added the Grand Prix to the start of May back in 2014, I think it’s been an awesome addition to the calendar and a great way to kickstart the month.” says Hinchcliffe.

The magic of the Acura Grand Prix of Long Beach

This is one of the longest running street races on the NTT IndyCar calendar and is almost as prestigious as the Indianapolis 500. Two years ago Hinchcliffe won this event and is looking to continue the momentum they had at Barber last week for this weekend.

Honda Indy Grand Prix of Alabama

From when the No. 5 Arrow Schmidt Peterson Motorsports Honda machine rolled off the truck on Friday, Hinchcliffe was top of the speed charts in practice. A small mistake in qualifying on Saturday mean’t he would start the race from 4th, but being on the second row was still huge at Barber Motorsports Park, where passing is hard. What will happen in the race? Tune-In to NBCSN at 3:00pm CT to find out!

Testing at WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca

The start of 2019 NTT IndyCar Series season is getting ever closer with some testing this week at the famed WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca. Despite the rain cutting the first day short, Hinchcliffe felt the morning session went well.

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