“I’ll have to bring in more employees for race day.”
“My hand was on Hinch trying to feel a pulse and I lost his pulse, he still had a rhythm.”
“I thank God every day that all I had to have was surgery.”
Mike Yates remembers the day clearly. He remembers calling code 5, meaning seriously injured driver, as James Hinchcliffe slammed into the w…
Rain has impacted the race more than any other weather phenomenon.
A year later, Hinchcliffe is on the pole for the 100th Indy 500.
A press conference will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday.
“With no way to accommodate more fans… we’re also announcing we’ll suspend the television delay.”
One year after nearly dying in a crash at the track, James Hinchcliffe will start the 100th Indianapolis 500 from the pole.
Jeremy Warriner got to take a second ride on the Lifeline Helicopter. This time he was alert and conscious.
The 100th running of the Indy 500 will be the 25th anniversary of his historical run.
it’s been years since the race sold out, but it used to sell out often.
“Cow’s milk is for calves, not drivers or other humans.”
Seat belts and rear-view mirrors, two developments that are taken for granted these days, trace their roots to the earliest days of the Indi…