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Simon Pagenaud would not be denied his first Indianapolis 500 victory on Sunday. (Brad Plant Photo)
The winner of the Indianapolis 500 is often the best driver with the strongest car. On Sunday, Team Penske's Simon Pagenaud had both.
SPEED SPORT IndyCar Correspondent Bruce Martin recaps the 103rd running of the Indianapolis 500.video
SPEED SPORT IndyCar Correspondent Bruce Martin recaps all the action from the 103rd running of the Indianapolis 500 on Sunday at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
The field for the start of the 2011 Indianapolis 500. (IMS Archives Photo)
Today we take a look at our final group drivers that you may have forgotten competed at Indianapolis Motor Speedway during the Indianapolis 500.
The start of the 2012 Indianapolis 500. (IMS Archives Photo)
Today we take a look at another group drivers you may have forgotten competed at Indianapolis Motor Speedway during the Indianapolis 500.
Rick Mears (9) passes Tom Sneva during the 1979 Indianapolis 500. (IMS Archives Photo)
In more than a century of fierce racing at the highest level, the Indianapolis 500 has generated many drama-filled months of May.
Josef Newgarden will pursue his first Indy 500 triumph Sunday with Team Penske. (IndyCar Photo)
Josef Newgarden is one of four Team Penske drivers in Sunday's Indianapolis 500 who are hoping to give team owner Roger Penkse his record-extending 18th Indianapolis 500 triumph. 
Action from the 97th Indianapolis 500. (IMS Archives Photo)
Today we take a look at 10 more drivers you may have forgotten competed at Indianapolis Motor Speedway during the Indianapolis 500.
The start of the 100th Indianapolis 500 in 2016. (IMS Archives Photo)
The Indianapolis 500 isn't called The Greatest Spectacle in Racing for no reason.
Ed Carpenter at speed at Indianapolis Motor Speedway. (Dave Heithaus Photo)
Two teams have three drivers each starting in the top nine of the 103rd Indianapolis 500.
Simon Pagenaud was fastest during Indianapolis 500 practice on Monday. (Al Steinberg Photo)
If Sunday’s 103rd Indianapolis 500 were contested with the same weather conditions as Monday’s two-hour practice, it would be a much closer show according to pole winner Simon Pagenaud. 

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