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Quotes from Indy 500 Practice 8

‘What They’re Saying’ from Practice 8 for the Indianapolis 500 at Indianapolis Motor Speedway

SIMON PAGENAUD (No. 1 Menards Team Penske Chevrolet, 2016 Verizon IndyCar Series champion, 2017 championship leader): “We didn’t have the speed in qualifying. We haven’t had the speed last week at all to compete. It was unfortunate and a bit of a mystery. Yesterday, I said the mysteries of Indianapolis sometimes. It’s what makes this place legendary, I guess. We made a lot of changes last night, mostly on obviously bodywork, because it’s a different package than qualifying, and also a new engine to go for the race. It’s a weapon, that engine, to put in there. They put a new engine that’s really strong. Chevy did a tremendous job with calibration. I felt like my racecar was very good last week, and we showed it today I think in the heat. It actually gets really good in traffic. It can run with people.  I think it’s going to be an exciting race. There’s definitely a big competition between Honda and Chevy. Honda’s done a very strong job, bringing a strong engine and aero. But we have what we need, I think, to have a strong race. Again, it’s 500 miles so a lot can happen.”

JOSEF NEWGARDEN (No. 2 hum by Verizon Team Penske Chevrolet): “We got our work in today with the hum by Verizon Chevy. There was a pretty good list of things we wanted to work on. We did a good job on getting through that. The numbers on the chart aren’t mind blowing or anything like that, but being fastest necessarily wasn’t on our list. If had come organically, then all the better. We’d still like to be a little faster, but we’ll work with what we have and maximize it. There’s no telling how the race will go, so we’ll be prepared to adjust as necessary.

HELIO CASTRONEVES (No. 3 Shell Fuel Rewards Team Penske Chevrolet): “The Shell Fuel Rewards Chevy team was able to turn a lot of laps today. Our speed was pretty decent. Our balance and handling was good. It’s all about working on race trim right now. Qualifying is behind us and we move to the next thing. I heard today that Hunter-Reay started 19th when he won, so we’ll just do the same thing. This race brings so many different things to the table at different times in the event and making adjustments is critical to success.”

CONOR DALY (No. 4 ABC Supply AJ Foyt Racing Chevrolet): “I think today was definitely our best day of the month. I’m really happy with how we started. The car was really nice in traffic to drive. It felt pretty racy and we were around a lot of fast guys so yeah, it felt really good. We’ve obviously done our homework for race setup and I think we learned a lot over the last week so hopefully we can just keep tuning on it a little bit for Carb Day.”

MAX CHILTON (No. 8 Gallagher Honda): “I was in the car today for the whole session outside of a short 10-minute window. We just wanted to get the laps in today. I don’t think anyone is particularly happy with their car, but that’s why I just wanted to get the laps in because the more laps you do the more you learn. We ended up being at the top of the timesheet, which doesn’t really mean anything because I got a pretty nice tow. There was one run where I was in completely clean air and Gallagher Chip Ganassi Racing just gave me a great car where I was pretty decent. It’s all boding well for the race.”

SCOTT DIXON (No. 9 Camping World Honda): “We went through some race setups and tried some trim levels depending on the day. We had a few issues with some adjustments that we went the wrong way on. I think all in all to be honest the car was pretty strong, but the only unfortunate part is that there are lots of strong cars.”

TONY KANAAN (No. 10 NTT Data Honda): “We got in a lot of good track time today and we were able to work through a lot of things we hadn’t had a chance to get to during practice last week with the spotty conditions. As a team, I think we struggled with finding front grip, but by the end of the session, I was feeling pretty good about where we were. I’m happy with our race car and I’m ready to get the No. 10 NTT Data Honda back on track on Carb Day and the race on Sunday.”

SPENCER PIGOT (No. 11 Juncos Racing Chevrolet): “We didn’t have a great day. I feel like we’re really struggling with the balance of the Juncos Racing car in traffic. That’s something that’s going to be very important in the race, so we have a lot of stuff to look at and improve on for Friday’s practice.”

WILL POWER (No. 12 Verizon Team Penske Chevrolet): “We finished the day strong in the Verizon Chevrolet. Like everyone else, we had a list of things we needed to get done – different things for different situations. At the end there, we were able to get out there and run. It was pretty good. We’ve had great balance all along. The speed has been a little up and down, but mostly up for us. Everyone is still working their tails off to make the car as good as possible. As I’ve thought all along, we’ll have a pretty good race car.”

CARLOS MUNOZ (No. 14 ABC Supply AJ Foyt Racing Chevrolet): “It was a hard day, up and down, it didn’t feel good. The grip of the car was the same as the last day. One good thing is that Conor’s car felt good, so there is a good comparison there that we can use. Next stop is Carb Day so we’ll see and check that everything is good and go to the race.”

GRAHAM RAHAL (No. 15 Steak ‘n Shake Honda): “The Steak ‘n Shake car seems competitive in race trim. Would I like to be better and keep improving it? Maybe a little bit but it’s hard to say. On the last set of tires I think we missed the COP levels a little bit and struggled with some understeer but overall it seems pretty close. I feel pretty good so we will just have to focus on the one hour practice on Friday, tune it in a little bit and go racing.”

ORIOL SERVIA (No. 16 Manitowoc Honda): “We were running to see how the car was in heavy traffic, and to be honest, I was really happy right away. I had just discussed with my engineer Tom (German) that if everything went well with the next run, we were going to park the Manitowoc car because I was very happy with it. The engine went but it’s not too bad of a situation. I’m going to get a fresh engine for the race and it will hopefully be as good, if not better, than the one I had.”

SEBASTIAN SAAVEDRA (No. 17 AFS Chevrolet): “I’m very happy with this session to be honest. The No.17 AFS/Juncos Racing car feels right where I want it to be. We did a great simulation out there and we’re doing what we need to do. We just have a couple of things that we can still improve on before Carb Day. I’m looking forward to getting back at it and show what we are capable of doing. I think the pit stops were amazing. Everybody did amazing, it was the perfect simulation, so I’m looking forward to Friday.”

ED JONES (No. 19 Boy Scouts of America Honda): “It was a good day. We set down a good lap,and at the same time, we had a really good car in traffic. We were able to pass and get runs on people, which was the objective of today. I think there’s still some work we can do to make the car better but it’s a great point to be at going into Carb Day.”

ED CARPENTER (No. 20 Fuzzy’s Vodka Chevrolet): “I’m happy with the way the Fuzzy’s Vodka Chevrolet handles. I still think we’re one of the fastest Chevys. It’s still hard with the Hondas in traffic, they have something we don’t. It’s slightly concerning for race day, but we’ll take a look and run as trimmed as we can. I’m happy with the car, the team has done a good job and we’re getting what we can out of it. We’re competitive. We just didn’t get a tow today, so the pylon didn’t light up.”

JR HILDEBRAND (No. 21 Preferred Freezer Service Chevrolet): “Today went well; obviously, everyone is doing race prep at this stage. Everyone looks to find their strengths and weaknesses relative to each other. It’s harder to know today with the speed the Hondas showed again and considering the different programs that everyone is on. I think we’ll have our work cut out for us like you do every year. With some good stuff from Chevrolet and our ECR guys in the pits, hopefully we can keep the Preferred Freezer car up front.”

JUAN PABLO MONTOYA (No. 22 Fitzgerald Glider Kits Team Penske Chevrolet): “We’ve got a couple more things to dial in before race day on the Fitzgerald Glider Kits Chevy. I’ve felt we’ve had good speed throughout. It didn’t really show today, but we had a couple of other things to experiment with. This isn’t a full-time team, but it’s coming together and we can just go after it in the race.”

SAGE KARAM (No. 24 DRR Mecum Auctions Chevrolet): “It was a pretty good day. We made some good strides. Our car isn’t exactly where we want it yet. We still have some work to do. But, the car is pretty good for a baseline coming out of qualifying. Pretty pleased with today. P8 is good. I felt pretty decent in traffic. It seems everyone is struggling with passing so far. Now, we just got to improve the car a little bit more. We did some pit stop practice at the end. The guys were awesome. It’s obvious they have been practicing. Everything went smooth today and now we’re ready for carb day.”

ZACH VEACH (No. 40 Indy Women in Tech Championship Chevrolet): “Just extremely relieved to figure out the problem that we had through qualifying. Earlier this morning, it appeared that we had a damaged set of dampers on the car. Everything we would do, we would have no idea of its influence to the car. So as soon as we changed the dampers that we thought were an issue, they came back to life. It actually started handling like a race car should. So we’re about three days behind unfortunately with everything that’s happened, from a couple issues to our crash on Friday. We’re behind the eight-ball a little bit, but we’re working extremely hard to catch that up for Sunday. We’re gonna have 500 miles to learn a lot next Sunday.”

BUDDY LAZIER (No. 44 Lazier Racing-Stalk It-Tivoli Lodge Chevrolet): “We did a lot of work on our Chevy car today for race day setup. Our speeds aren’t where they should be but we knew that we didn’t have the right gears in the car. Knowing that, we know that alters the speed but we still got our work done, and we made a lot of progress today. I think we will have a good race car. We will be a lot more competitive than it looks.”

PIPPA MANN (No. 63 Susan G. Komen Honda): “We feel like we’re improving the No. 63 Dale Coyne Racing car step by step. I just wish we had a bit more practice time. We have a one hour session on Carb Day left to get things right. That said, we seem to be getting closer and I am confident that with my engineer and crew we can take another step forward on Carb Day and be ready for race day.”

CHARLIE KIMBALL (No. 83 Tresiba Honda): “I think we got a lot accomplished today with the No. 83 Tresiba Honda. This practice session is always productive – it’s your last chance for a full practice to make big changes and still be able to test them out on track. It’s not as easy on Carb Day when everyone is trying to cram everything they need to get done in a one hour session. Early in the session we were having some issues with understeer and running in traffic, but we made some changes that corrected the problem. Overall the car felt good on long runs. The Novo Nordisk Chip Ganassi Racing guys have given me a good racecar, so I’m anxious to get back out there on Carb Day for the last time.”



Indy 500 practices good and exciting dress rehearsal for drivers, fans

Indianapolis Motor Speedway aerial view (2000 photo by Rick Dikeman via wikipedia commons)

INDIANAPOLIS (Monday, May 22, 2017) – Fans at Indianapolis Motor Speedway were treated to a thrilling dress rehearsal for the 101st Running of the Indianapolis 500 presented by PennGrade Motor Oil with this afternoon’s practice on the 2.5-mile oval.

A total of 2,705 laps were completed by the 33 entries in the session that featured large groups of cars running together in full race trim, dicing and passing all around the circuit. It was the busiest practice day this year, even though the track was open for only 3.5 hours compared to the six hours available on practice days last week.

Chip Ganassi Racing’s Max Chilton finished on top of the speed chart today with a lap of 228.592 mph in the No. 8 Gallagher Honda. Chilton said he spent most of the day in the car “apart from visiting the little boy’s room for 10 minutes.” He logged 108 laps to further his Indianapolis Motor Speedway education.

“The more laps you do around here, the more you learn,” said Chilton, who finished 15th as an Indy 500 rookie in 2016 and will start in that spot in this year’s race. “I don’t think anyone out there is overly happy with their car in race traffic. You keep trying to learn, trying to get it better.

“In clear air, I seem to be pretty competitive. In dirty air, I started to learn how to time the moves. … This is going to be my second 500. I’m still learning but it’s always nice to finish the day at the top of the time sheet.”

101st INDIANAPOLIS 500: Practice 8 resultsCombined practice results

Verizon IndyCar Series rookie Ed Jones was second on the time sheet in the incident-free session, his best lap at 228.118 mph in the No. 19 Boy Scouts of America Honda for Dale Coyne Racing. Chip Ganassi Racing’s Scott Dixon, the 2008 Indianapolis 500 winner who captured his third Indy 500 pole position in qualifying on Sunday, was third in today’s practice with a lap of 227.165 mph in the No. 9 Camping World Honda.

Reigning Verizon IndyCar Series champion Simon Pagenaud was optimistic after turning the fastest lap of the Chevrolet drivers and fourth best overall at 226.998 mph in the No. 1 Menards Team Penske Chevrolet. Pagenaud must come from the 23rd starting position in Sunday’s 200-lap race.

“We made a lot of changes last night, mostly on obviously bodywork, because it’s a different package than qualifying and also a new engine to go for the race,” Pagenaud said. “It’s a weapon, that engine, to put in there. They put in a new engine that’s really strong.

“I felt like my race car was very good last week and we showed it today, I think, in the heat. It actually gets really good in traffic. It can run with people.”

Three-time Indy 500 winner Helio Castroneves was sixth today (226.705 mph), 2014 race winner Ryan Hunter-Reay seventh (226.542), 2016 winner Alexander Rossi ninth (226.376), 2013 winner Tony Kanaan 14th (225.955), two-time winner Juan Pablo Montoya 24th (224.651) and 1996 winner Buddy Lazier 33rd (218.998).

Fernando Alonso, the two-time Formula One champion making his Indianapolis 500 debut this year, ran the second-most laps on the day (122) and finished 12th on the speed chart at 226.147 mph in the No. 29 McLaren-Honda-Andretti Honda.

James Davison turned his first laps of the month today in the No. 18 GEICO Honda after being named Sunday to replace injured Sebastien Bourdais for Dale Coyne Racing. Bourdais sustained pelvis and hip fractures in a crash during a qualifying attempt on Saturday.

Davison, who has two previous Indy 500 starts, ran 88 laps with a best speed of 223.670 mph.

“We’re running a road course backup car (that has been transformed to superspeedway configuration),” said Davison, the 30-year-old Australian. “We knew we weren’t going to be particularly quick, but we just needed to try to get the car to handle well with a lot of cars in front of us obviously. We’re starting 33rd.

“We tried a number of things as the day went on. I would say it wasn’t the right direction, but we’re smarter from it now. We’ll just try and go another step forward with the car on Carb Day.”

Teams are idle now until the final one-hour practice set for 11 a.m. ET Friday on Miller Lite Carb Day (NBCSN and the Advance Auto Parts INDYCAR Radio Network). The 101st Indianapolis 500 is the sixth of 17 races on the 2017 Verizon IndyCar Series schedule. Race coverage on ABC and the Advance Auto Parts INDYCAR Radio Network begins at 11 a.m. ET Sunday. Tickets are available at




Angela Brown, Indiana native, renowned Soprano, to sing ‘God Bless America’ at Indy 500

INDIANAPOLIS, Monday, May 22, 2017 – World-renowned opera singer and Indianapolis native Angela Brown will sing “God Bless America” during pre-race ceremonies for the 101st Running of the Indianapolis 500 presented by PennGrade Motor Oil on Sunday, May 28, a beloved patriotic tradition of “The Greatest Spectacle in Racing.”

“Excited doesn’t begin to describe how I feel about singing ‘God Bless America’ at the 101st Running of the Indianapolis 500,” Brown said. “Ever since I was a young girl, growing up in Indianapolis, I have dreamed of being a part of this time-honored tradition. I am proud to be able to salute the men and women who have sacrificed so much for our country. This is truly a dream come true!”

Brown personifies the ideal soprano: sheer vocal power; luxurious finesse and shimmering, high pianissimos. With a charming personality larger than life, she unites opera, pops and gospel in one sensational voice. A featured artist on the two-time Grammy Award-winning recording “Ask Your Mama,” Brown’s international reputation continues to grow.

Her highly successful Metropolitan Opera debut in the title role of “Aida” captured instant attention from international print and broadcast media and catapulted Brown onto the world’s prestigious opera and symphonic stages. Headlines from The New York Times read, “At last an Aida,” and “CBS Weekend News” proclaimed, “The future of opera has arrived!” followed by features on the front page of The New York Times, on CNN, in Oprah MagazineEssence MagazineEbony MagazineClassical SingerReader’s Digest and Psychology Today.

While opera is the main catalyst for her career, Brown’s performance experience includes everything from star hostess on stage to producer and creator of “Opera…from a Sistah’s Point of View,” an inspired show that has gained notoriety for bringing opera to the masses in the form of an edgy, yet educational, concert presentation.

“Angela is a tremendous talent and will sing a fantastic rendition of ‘God Bless America’ for our fans,” Indianapolis Motor Speedway President J. Douglas Boles said. “As a Hoosier, she knows just how much the Indy 500 means to all of us, and this performance will be extra special for her.”

Earlier career high points for Brown include her collaboration with American composer Richard Danielpour. Her early success as Aida was immediately followed by world-premiere performances of Danielpour’s opera “Margaret Garner” in the role of Cilla with Opera Philadelphia, Cincinnati Opera and Michigan Opera Theater. The result was a triumph that led Danielpour to set the poetry of visionary Maya Angelou for Brown’s voice in an orchestral song cycle, “A Woman’s Life,” co-commissioned by Pittsburgh Symphony and Philadelphia Orchestra, recorded in 2012 with the Nashville Symphony and released on the Naxos label in 2013.

Throughout her career, Brown has joined forces with symphonic pops legends Marvin Hamlisch, Jack Everly and Erich Kunzel while traveling the world for classical performances at Lincoln Center, Paris Opera, Vienna State Opera, Capetown Opera, Deutsche Oper Berlin, Edmonton Opera, Calgary Philharmonic, Shanghai World Expo, Moscow Performing Arts Center and more. But she always welcomes a return home to her beloved Indianapolis for appearances with Indianapolis Symphony for their acclaimed Yuletide pops extravaganza, the Indianapolis Opera or to sing the national anthem for the Indianapolis Colts or Indiana Pacers.

A 1997 National Metropolitan Opera Council Auditions Winner, Brown received her bachelor of music degree in voice from Oakwood University in Huntsville, Alabama, where she studied with Ginger Beazley. She attended the Indiana University School of Music as a student in the studio of Virginia Zeani. Ms. Brown received the Indiana University African American Arts Institute’s inaugural Herman C. Hudson Alumni Award in 2006, given annually to recognize outstanding contributions made in the arts by former members of the Institute.

Brown is featured in “Nineteen Stars of Indiana,” a book by Michael S. Maurer about 19 living Hoosier women with successful and inspirational life stories, released by Indiana University Press in December 2008. She is a proud recipient of the Indiana University Distinguished Alumni Service Award, the Governor’s Arts Award from the Governor of Indiana, a Spirit of the Prairie Award from Conner Prairie in Indiana and a member of the Indianapolis Public Schools Hall of Fame.

Visit to purchase tickets for the 101st Indianapolis 500 Presented by PennGrade Motor Oil on Sunday, May 28, and for more information on the complete Month or May schedule at IMS.





21-City media tour awaits Indy 500 drivers

INDIANAPOLIS (Monday, May 22, 2017) – In what has become an annual Indianapolis 500 tradition, the 33 participating drivers will fan out across North America on Tuesday of race week to spread the word about “The Greatest Spectacle in Racing.”

This year, the field for the 101st Running of the Indianapolis 500 presented by PennGrade Motor Oil is scheduled to visit 21 cities in less than 24 hours. Drivers will meet with local media to discuss the race and partake in activities to increase the already-surging interest in the Indy 500, the world’s largest single-day sporting event set for May 28 race at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.

2008 Indianapolis 500 winner Scott Dixon, who captured the pole position Sunday with an average speed of 232.164 mph in Fast Nine Shootout qualifying, will visit Toronto, where he has won twice in his Indy car career on the streets around Exhibition Place. The Verizon IndyCar Series visits the Canadian city again for the Honda Indy Toronto in July.

Starting on the outside of the front row is reigning Indianapolis 500 champion Alexander Rossi, who will travel to New York City. Joining Rossi will be heralded Indy 500 rookie and two-time Formula One world champion Fernando Alonso, Rossi’s Andretti Autosport teammate and fifth-position Indy 500 qualifier, as well as AJ Foyt Racing driver Conor Daly.

Wrestling legend Ric Flair will join the three drivers in New York City as the official celebrity emcee of the Indy 500 Snake Pit presented by Coors Light, which will feature EDM artists Zedd and Marshmello, along with support by RL Grime, Action Bronson, Adventure Club and The Trap House in the Indianapolis Motor Speedway infield on race day.

Pennsylvania natives Marco Andretti and Sage Karam will throw out the first pitch at Citizens Bank Park in front of their home crowd as the Philadelphia Phillies meet the Colorado Rockies in a National League baseball game. Helio Castroneves will bring the INDYCAR Experience street-legal two-seat Indy car to NRG Park to surprise members of the NFL’s Houston Texans with a thrill ride.

Sports fans can catch “Dancing with the Stars” sensation James Hinchcliffe on “SportsCenter” at 9:40 a.m. and 7 p.m. ET Tuesday, as the Schmidt Peterson Motorsports driver visits ESPN headquarters in Bristol, Connecticut.

The full list of the markets to be visited and drivers attending is below:
Bristol, Connecticut/ESPN: James Hinchcliffe
Buffalo: Graham Rahal
Charlotte: Will Power
Chicago: Juan Pablo Montoya
Columbus: Mikhail Aleshin
Dallas-Fort Worth: Tony Kanaan
Dayton: Jack Harvey, Zach Veach
Denver: Buddy Lazier
Detroit: Carlos Munoz, Simon Pagenaud, Spencer Pigot
Fort Wayne: Jay Howard, James Davison
Houston: Helio Castroneves
Louisville: Pippa Mann, Ed Jones
Miami-Fort Lauderdale: Oriol Servia, Gabby Chaves, Sebastian Saavedra
Milwaukee: Max Chilton, Charlie Kimball
New York: Alexander Rossi, Conor Daly, Fernando Alonso
Philadelphia: Marco Andretti, Sage Karam
St. Louis: Ed Carpenter, Takuma Sato
San Francisco: JR Hildebrand
Tampa-St. Petersburg: Ryan Hunter-Reay
Toronto: Scott Dixon
Washington: Josef Newgarden

Coverage of the 101st Indianapolis 500 begins at 11 a.m. ET Sunday on ABC and the Advance Auto Parts INDYCAR Radio Network. Tickets are available at




MotoGP Fan-Favorite, World Champion Nicky Hayden dies at 35

Hayden Remembered

INDIANAPOLIS, Monday, May 22, 2017 – 2006 MotoGP World Champion Nicky Hayden never won a race at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, but “The Kentucky Kid” still was one of the most popular, talented and respected racers on two or four wheels to compete at the Racing Capital in the World in the last decade.

Hayden, from Owensboro, Kentucky, passed away May 22 from injuries suffered when he was struck by a car while cycling May 17 in Rimini, Italy, where he was preparing for the next round of the World Superbike Championship. He was 35.

“Everyone at IMS mourns the loss of our friend Nicky Hayden,” IMS President J. Douglas Boles said. “When you met Nicky, you immediately felt you had known him for years. His humility and sincerity always made genuine connections with everyone, as he truly was one of the nicest guys you could ever meet in racing. Nicky was a tireless ambassador for MotoGP at the Speedway and a passionate supporter of all events at IMS.

“When MotoGP first came to IMS in 2008, we soon learned family and his beloved Owensboro meant everything to Nicky. We offer our thoughts, prayers and condolences to his parents, Rose and Earl; his fiancée, Jackie; his brothers, Tommy and Roger; his sisters, Jenny and Kathleen; and to all his friends, teammates and legions of fans around the world. He will always be remembered fondly at IMS.”

Hayden raced in six of the eight Red Bull Indianapolis GP events at IMS from 2008-15, competing for Repsol Honda, Ducati and the Aspar Racing Team. His finished on the podium in his first two starts at IMS, placing second in 2008 with Repsol Honda and third in 2009 with Ducati. He missed the 2012 race due to a broken hand suffered in a crash during qualifying and the 2014 race due to a wrist injury.

“The Kentucky Kid” was arguably the most popular rider during MotoGP’s eight-year run at IMS, rivaled only by his good friend and seven-time MotoGP World Champion Valentino Rossi. Hayden’s trademark No. 69 was seen on hats, T-shirts and banners everywhere at IMS, and big crowds flocked to fan forums in the infield to hear his self-effacing, funny answers to questions in his inimitable Kentucky twang.

Hayden also worked eagerly and often to promote the Red Bull Indianapolis GP, visiting the track and meeting media and racers from IndyCar and NASCAR during the Indianapolis 500, Brickyard 400 and other events.

In 2008, Hayden was the centerpiece of two of the most memorable promotional activities in recent IMS history. He eagerly donned a period-specific leather cap, goggles, IMS sweater, knickers and riding boots to turn the first laps on the newly paved IMS motorcycle road course on an Indian motorcycle that competed in the first motorized race at the Speedway, in 1909. A month later, he rode a long, smoky burnout down the front straightaway and across the Yard of Bricks on his high-revving Repsol Honda, carrying an American flag, during pre-race ceremonies for the Indianapolis 500.



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