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(From left) Indianapolis Motor Speedway President J. Douglas Boles, reigning Indianapolis 500 champion Simon Pagenaud and Penske Entertainment Corp. President & CEO Mark Miles. (IMS Photo)
When Simon Pagenaud unveiled the ticket for the 104th Indianapolis 500 presented by Gainbridge, he savored a snapshot of the pinnacle of his racing career and one of the greatest memories of his life.
Davison Attempting Daytona
Australian ace James Davison will attempt both the Daytona 500 and the Indianapolis 500 in 2020 as part of a partnership with Hayward Motorsports and Jonathan Byrd's Racing.
Roger Penske at Indianapolis Motor Speedway. (IMS Photo)

Indy: End Of An Era

The end of one era is the beginning of another for the Indianapolis 500, Indianapolis Motor Speedway and IndyCar.
Roger Penske (left) with Mark Donohue.
Love him or hate him, and there are many on both sides of that equation, Roger Penske’s unprecedented success in the Indianapolis 500 deserves recognition.   
Tony George was fill with emotion on Monday during the announcement that Indianapolis Motor Speedway and the NTT IndyCar Series had been sold to Roger Penske. (IndyCar Photo)
Tony George called the sale of his family’s legacy — Indianapolis Motor Speedway — bittersweet.
Penske Corp. Acquiring
Roger Penske already figuratively owned Indianapolis Motor Speedway thanks to his 18 victories in the Indianapolis 500, but now he'll literally own the legendary race track.
104th Indianapolis 500 Logo
The logo for the 104th Indianapolis 500 presented by Gainbridge captures four essential elements - tradition, speed, excitement and innovation - of The Greatest Spectacle in Racing within the framework of the new logo system introduced last year.
Check out photos from Sunday's 103rd running of the Indianapolis 500 presented by Gainbridge, where Simon Pagenaud of France and Team Penske took the win!
Ed Carpenter will return his focus to team ownership during this weekend’s Chevrolet Detroit Grand Prix at Belle Isle Park, but that doesn’t mean he’s entirely happy about it.
Simon Pagenaud earned a whopping $2.6 Million for his Indianapolis 500 victory. (IndyCar Photo)
Simon Pagenaud earned $2,669,529 from an overall purse of $13,090,536 for his victory Sunday in the 103rd Running of the Indianapolis 500 presented by Gainbridge at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.

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