Daly asked Foyt about the meaning behind the race and the grandeur of the 100th running.
Hinchcliffe appeared cool and calm yet focused on race day morning.
“Mrs. Brady” also reflected on her time at the Indianapolis with friend Jim Nabors.
Andretti, the 1969 Indianapolis 500 winner, spoke with WISH-TV’s Laura Steele and gave his own traffic report.
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James Hinchcliffe starts on the pole for the 100th running of the Indianapolis 500.
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“We rolled the dice and made it happen,” an emotional Rossi said.
An ambulance transporting a patient was struck by another vehicle at Michigan Street and Tremont Street.